Identical twin sisters move to St. John's, Oregon, buy Vavoom's Bar, and purposely put themselves into the path of Notus Motorcycle Club.
Burdened by a deep, dark secret, Clara has to be careful because one wrong step, one wrong word, could land her and Gracie in prison. Her need to stay close to the motorcycle club members backfire when Wayne Shaw throws her heart into a tailspin. There is more to the possessive biker than she originally thought. Cornered and out of options, she can only go forward and hope Wayne protects her.
Wayne Shaw splits his time between working at Port Loaders, searching for missing persons in partnership with the local police department, and keeping Notus Motorcycle Club together in hopes a brother will come home. Skilled at finding clues normal people miss, he has no trouble telling the new owners of Vavoom's apart. He only wants Clara.
When a little girl goes missing, followed by a teenager disappearing, Wayne's need to keep Clara safe while searching for a serial killer gets tested…until he's no longer sure who is the hunted and who is the hunter.
A sexy, gripping romantic suspense…
He leads. She follows.
She might have Stockholm Syndrome.
Heidi Lundin has lost her name, her identity, and her past. She's just another homeless person trying to make it through the night. Until the biker from Notus Motorcycle Club keeps saving her and won't let her drift back into the shadows.
One moment brings her out into the light, and the people she desperately tried to protect are in danger again.
Glen suspects the woman he caught stealing his wallet and sleeping in the alley behind Vavoom's Bar isn't telling him the truth. As a member of Notus Motorcycle Club, he searches for missing persons in partnership with the local police department all the time. Not once has he ever had someone find him. Nothing prepares him for the story Heidi shares or the revelations that come from helping her.
Somewhere in their psyche, beyond their intelligence to decipher facts and know the difference between right and wrong, their love becomes uncontrollable.
She has three rules: No marriage. No children. No promise.
He's going to love her.
Thad Bowers, Vice President of Notus Motorcycle Club, searches for missing persons when he's not punching the clock at Port Loaders. He goes out of his way to hold those he loves close since his sister was kidnapped and murdered twenty-four years ago, and he lost his MC brother in the aftermath. So, when the mysterious woman who has tempted him one too many times needs his help, he's not walking away. No matter how many rules she throws at him.
As a 911 dispatcher, Lena Hollis deals with emergencies from a safe distance. She enjoys a quiet, private life with the occasional non-committal date thrown in for excitement. But, her simple life grows complicated when Tigres, a local gang, puts a mark on her back and her recent date hauls her to his house for her protection. A home that includes parents, bikers, and a huge social circle. Everything she doesn't want in her life.
Lena brings new meaning to being the black sheep of the family. Thad's going to do everything within his power to show her what it feels like to give and receive love. To hell with the rules…
Threatened not to go to the police or risk endangering her missing sister, Erikka Levenson, owner of St. John's Bail Bonds, contacts a biker club to go after the criminal who abducted Rachel. Wanting to be involved in every step of the search, she naturally leans on Chuck when he offers her support and protection. His endearments, touches, and kisses shake the foundation of her overwhelming life. Until, she notices Chuck treats Gracie, a single woman associated with the club, the same special way.
Caught between a high roller harassing her to get to the criminal who kidnapped Rachel, and Chuck and Gracie's longstanding relationship, Erikka willingly hands over her business and her heart.
Notus Motorcycle Club member, Chuck Parker answers a call for a private hire and finds himself looking into the end of a pistol held by a sexy woman named Erikka. With a soft spot for women in trouble, he focuses more on Erikka as the search for her sister meets one dead-end after another. As old scars bleed and time runs out, Chuck knows one thing for certain: He's lost too many people in his life, he's not going to lose her, too.
— Missing for twenty-five years —
Wayne, Thad, Glen, Chuck…they are his life.
Notus Motorcycle Club.
His decision to leave twenty-five years ago still stands.
Nothing Rich Carter says will get through to the men who are closer than brothers to him after finding himself back in St. John's.
They hold on to allegiance until death. The only thing he can do to push them away is show them proof they need to let go.
— The truth will set her free —
As far as her twin sister or anyone believes, Gracie Nelson has pulled her life together after being abducted, terrorized, and surviving a serial killer four years ago. But, when she's alone, she fails to remain strong. The most unexplainable things scare her. A scent in the air. A sound. A voice on the television. Notus Motorcycle Club not only saved her, they've continued to surround and protect her. They've given her a safe place between home and Vavoom's Bar.
When the club members ask her to watch over Rich and find out why he left after Thalia's murder, she agrees.
Over time, she discovers Rich is more like her than she realizes. Whether it's love or their shared reality, she finds it impossible to let him leave. Again.