“Burning Rubber” by Lily Harlem. Handling men isn’t an issue for me. I’m not a girly girl and my best friends are the machines I fix. So when the Wild Angels roll onto my forecourt I’m happy to be of assistance. But I’ve always been a magnet for trouble and when the leader, Gid, questions my ability, I can’t help the backchat. It doesn’t bother him too much and before I know it I’m climbing onto his beast. Bad ass guys like him don’t come without baggage, though, and it seems he wants to get rid of mine. Biker girl, me? I guess it’s in the blood.
“Witness” by Rosalie Stanton. Serenity Jones never expected her homecoming to be heralded with a double-murder, or that she’d be the lone witness. Yet when she points the finger at the president of the Lucifer’s Legion Motorcycle Club, she finds herself the target of more than just an investigation—she’s a liability Lucifer’s Legion is determined to erase. Dash Denyar owes everything to Lucifer’s Legion. His loyalty was bought and paid for—he just never expected the price of loyalty to include ending the life of Serenity Jones, the only woman he ever loved.
“Grounds for Divorce” by Helena Maeve. Kayla has long given up on true love. She’s thirty-three going on ninety-four, mother of one with a boyfriend who makes no secret of settling for her. When she’s not doing the books at the local strip club, she’s warming up the stage. Holding off the loan sharks is par for the course, until the night outlaw biker, Booker O’Connor, rolls into town. No matter how sexy he may be or how much she’s growing to hate her boyfriend, Kayla has been with enough bad boys to know that she should fear callused hands and dangerous smiles. Striking out on her own seems like Kayla’s best option, but the Hell Hounds aren’t known for backing down quietly. She doesn’t expect Booker to give chase.
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