She had a plan for her life and it didn’t include her older brother’s bossy biker friend.
Havoc might be the man, though, who will heal her wounds and love her unconditionally… if only her brother will let him.
I was happy doing my own thing.
Just me, my club and a whole lot of dirty work to take care of.
She never wanted a biker.
She wanted stability and I gave up on that years ago.
We tried to fight it.
Neither of us wanted it.
But she calms my fury and I show her a man who accepts every part of her.
Now we’re trying to figure out how to be together.
Because when the need for each other is this strong, to deny it will only cause complete havoc.
A spicy standalone age gap motorcycle club romance.
If you love a filthy-mouthed hero, a heroine who gives as good as she gets, and some great banter, you’ll love Havoc.
You can read Havoc as a standalone in the Storm MC series.
He promised himself he’d leave his dark past behind. She swore she’d never love again.
But rules are about to be broken—and their hearts will lie in the balance.
Single mom, Laura meets a sexy, mysterious man on her trip to Scotland. But what she doesn’t know is that he is running from his past, and it’s about to catch up with him.
Can broken hearts be mended? Can a former spy protect the woman he loves?
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She is untouchable. Forbidden.
His best friend’s stunning, maddening, and deeply stirring younger sister has always been completely off limits. Asher has been fighting the clawing desire to touch her for years.
But when Emilia unexpectedly appears at his office with danger stalking her, he can’t say no.
She chose to ask him for help. For protection. Asher will shield her with both his body and his badge and suffer in agony as he keeps his hands to himself.
Yearning for her surrender, craving her passion, is wrong. He made a vow to her brother never to touch her, and he is a man of his word. A man of honor.
Emilia made no such promise. She craves Asher’s touch.
Even if the heat they generate incinerates them both.