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Betrayed by love, isolated and abused, sold as collateral to a rival MC?
Things were supposed to be different for Violet Avery. Her father was the president of the Devil?s Army Motorcycle Club, and she married the love of her life Rooster?one of the hottest bikers in the club.
When her father dies on a cartel run, Rooster suddenly turns into a ruthless monster, usurping the president?s chair, forcing the club ...
Betrayed by love, isolated and abused, sold as collateral to a rival MC…
Things were supposed to be different for Violet Avery. Her father was the president of the Devil’s Army Motorcycle Club, and she married the love of her life Rooster—one of the hottest bikers in the club.
When her father dies on a cartel run, Rooster suddenly turns into a ruthless monster, usurping the president’s chair, forcing the club into the drug trade, and condemning Violet to a life of misery and isolation.
As Rooster’s lust for power drives him deeper into madness, he offers Violet to a rival club, the Satan’s Sons MC—as collateral—to be their sexual slave and property until a deal goes through.
The Satan’s Sons live in abandoned insane asylum and are rumored to be sexual sadists, rapists, and ruthless murderers…One-Percenters who operate under no code of honor. Violet has no choice but to accept her fate as the property of the club.
Violet knows deep down that Rooster has no intention of the deal ever going through, he’ll leave her fate up to the Satan’s Sons. Her only hope lies in a sexy biker they call Drifter...
Posted August 31, 2014
I can't help but think that Violet lived the life she lived with Rooster because she chose to, she had blinders on. For crying out loud she was the daughter of the founder of their club, she should have been made of sterner stuff, but you do what have to do to survive and I guess she adapted to her life once Rooster took over the best she could, rose colored glasses on or not. The best thing to happen to her was getting sent as collateral to another club, they respected her more than her own home club did...how sorry is that...
Overall an enjoyable read with likable characters and a easily paced story line, not sure if this going to be turned into a series as it seems like everyone has been paired off already and Drifter and Violet's story has been told without a cliffhanger, thank goodness, if so, I wouldn't be opposed as it was a very good read.
Posted July 18, 2014
Posted July 22, 2014
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