Mica Scott escaped an abusive past, moving to a brand new city to start over.
She moves in next to a motorcycle club president, Davis Mason, and he quickly
becomes obsessed with her. Daniel Rupert is a local hockey hero who helps save
her from an attack, and he also finds himself drawn to Mica. Events escalate
and her very life hangs in the balance as old threats resurface and the men in
her life scramble to keep her alive.
Slate, Vol 2
Andrew Jones sets off from Wyoming to find work, restlessly traveling from job
to job, looking for something he cannot define. He meets Davis Mason, president
of the Rebel Wayfarers MC in Chicago, and as Slate, he finds the brotherhood
he’s longed for, the sense of connection and belonging. Then he finds his
romantic match in a daughter of the club, working to gain her trust and
affection. Ghosts from their previous lives threaten to ruin everything, and he
struggles to save his woman and their love.
Bear, Vol 3
Rob Crew had purpose in his life. He was a devoted husband, doting father, and
committed Navy man…then his life changed forever. Cast adrift, he finds
friendships in the Rebel Wayfarers Motorcycle Club and fulfillment as he
transitions into the role of loyal and supportive club member. He becomes Bear,
a man who fills an important position in this brotherhood of bikers. A
caregiver by nature, Eddie’s chosen career focuses on helping the most
vulnerable – advocating for those with special needs. Surrounded by loving friends
and well away from her controlling family, she is content with what she
considers her full and satisfying life…until she meets Bear, an enforcer for
the local MC. Can Eddie convince Bear that it is okay to move past his pain and
love again? Will he give in to his desire for her in time?
Spencer. Just your everyday kinda guy, a hard-partying, hard-living
professional hockey player. Nothin’ special. Good-looking and ripped, the man
has moves, on and off the ice. Then he met HER. Now, he’s about to turn his
life upside down because of HER. Jase is on a mission to show her what they
have together is worth fighting for, to convince her to take a chance on him.
His attempts will bring him squarely into the path of a motorcycle club,
earning him the attention of Mason, president of the Rebel Wayfarers MC. Jase
says, “Bring it on.”
Gunny, Vol. 5
following a devastating betrayal, Lane Robinson finds himself in Fort Wayne,
Indiana, a world away from his previous life as a Marine. Robinson meets a
member of the Rebel Wayfarers motorcycle club, and with an introduction into
the biker’s circle of friends, finds that elusive sense of home that has been
missing from his life for too long. Into this meticulously constructed life
dances Sharon Elkins, the first person who sees beyond his surface façade, the
first he’s let get close in so long…but can he trust the emotions she stirs in
Mason, Vol. 6
Mason grew up dirt-floor poor in the rolling hills of rural Kentucky, escaping
that life only to find himself adrift on the hard streets of Chicago in his
teens. Introduced to what seemed a perfect brotherhood within a motorcycle
club, Mason slowly works his way up the ranks to gain control of the club, and
he’s resolved to make it better…stronger, able to withstand any challenge.
Flirting with happiness time and again, just when Mason believes it’s finally
within his grasp, he’s torn between what he wants…and what he knows he should
do. He finally has the security and family he’s always wanted, but will Mason
ever find the love and passion he craves?
early age. Every summer, she would spend hours in the local library,
devouring books of every genre. Self-described as a book-a-holic, she
says “I’ve always loved to read, but then I discovered writing, and
found I adored that, too. For reading … if nothing else is available,
I’ve been known to read the back of the cereal box.”
embraces her inner geek and has been working in the tech field for a
publishing company for a couple decades.
genre — jazz, country, rock, alt rock, metal, classical, bluegrass, rap,
hip hop … you name it, I listen to it. I can often be seen dancing
through the house in the early mornings. But I really, REALLY love live
music. My favorite thing with music is seeing bands in small, dive bars
[read: small, intimate venues]. If said bar [venue] has a good selection
of premium tequila, then that’s a plus!”
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