- Contemporary Romance/new Adult
This novel is not a cliffhanger and can be read as a stand-alone. WARNING: This book is real, beautifully raw, and not for the faint of heart. It is the story of a young girl’s loss of innocence while growing up around a motorcycle club. It is not suitable for children under the age of seventeen due to language, sexual content, and intense subject matter. Based on true events. Family. I have tattooed that single word on more skin than I care to count. It elicits powerful thoughts and emotions for most people. Loving. Caring. Supportive. Togetherness. Forever. But not for me. The word family means so much more. Vicious. Harmful. Dangerous. Corrupt. Deadly. You can’t run forever from the ones who love you.**
In this Brotherhood you live or die by the three-piece patch. For Hold Dawson, Vice-President of the Hells Highwaymen Motorcycle Club, it’s not just black ink tattooed on his body, but the religion he worships, and the law that governs his life. Forever. But there’s another side to this life. One the President, Hold’s own father, lives and regulates by.
“Who are you?” I quietly ask myself.The image in the mirror that stares back at me, feigns disinterest. Rock star? Recovering addict? Murderer? How can you explain to someone what it’s like not to care. Not about yourself or the person standing next to you. I’ve lost that inside of me, the ability to feel and show affection. I have a heart. Sometimes when I chase the dragon, it thunders through my head like a drum, reminding me that it still beats. It’s still there. Just…hollow. Empty. Wasted.My agent says I have one more shot. A single solitary chance to stay in the music biz; however, there is one massive problem. HER. Syn Landry.