I thought I knew sex. I've had sex. Heck, I've felt lust. Once, I've even felt love. I thought I knew exactly what sex was.
Until I met Cade.
He's the meaning of sex.
He's a biker.
He wants me.
My world is about to change, for the better? I don't know. But here's my story, I hope you're ready for it because it's not the beautiful, heart wrenching story most people have to tell. It's passionate, forbidden, morally incorrect and downright, fucking beautiful.
But then there's Ciara, the sister of his deceased wife. She's beautiful and damned determined to throw herself into his life in hopes they can reform an old friendship, but Spike won't hear of it, and Ciara refuses to give up.
Who will win the battle of wills?
Addision has only ever seen the harsh side of life. So after the death of her mother, she seeks out the father that she has never known. He turns out to be the President of the Hell’s Knight’s MC – and they don’t mess around. She is trying to rebuild her life after running from her past and the last thing she needs is to get involved with one of her father’s crew. But there is just something about him that she cannot resist.
“I hate that line. You know I love you, but I’m going to leave you anyway. I thought love conquered all? Seems to me, if things get too hard, people run regardless of love. Whatever happened to through thick and thin? I don’t let Billy see the hurt that’s ripping through my chest right now. I won’t be the girl that begs. I’ve never been that girl and I won’t start now.”
“I should have told you that I love you, and I’ve loved you since the second I laid eyes on you. Ain’t never changed, and it never fuckin’ will.” Only a biker can use the word fuckin’ in the same sentence as I love you, and make it sound breathtaking.”
Ciara felt as if she always lived in the shadow of her sister, Cheyenne. Everyone always loved Chey more – her parents and even her Danny. Ciara makes the choice to disappear so she doesn’t have to witness her sister falling in love with the only man she has ever loved – but when she comes back, things are far worse than she could ever have imagined.
“That’s it for me. That was the one moment in life, when you get a chance to change everything for yourself and you don’t take it. I didn’t take my moment. My moment just walked away from me. And somehow I knew, right there, standing in the middle of the dance floor… That I wouldn’t get my moment back.”
“We stay like that for a long while, just kissing, loving and showing each other everything we’ve so desperately wanted to show for years. When we pull apart, we’re both smiling, both happy, both content. We made a promise to each other, here and now, but this time… This time we’re going to keep it.”