Out of sight, out of mind is nothing but a hoax.
There wasn’t a day I didn’t think of Caroline while I was away.
There are a million moments in our lives, and they would pop into my mind at the most random times. Sitting in the bullpen, waiting for my rotation to pitch, was the most common.
My desire to share everything about my new life with her was intense. I know now that I should have acted on my feelings sooner, but fear of rejection kept me from calling her.
Then she became engaged, and I thought I’d lost my chance.
Thankfully her ex-fiance is out of the picture and nothing is standing in my way this time.
For Holly Vincent, the fact that her boss told her, emphatically, hell no, was only a minor deterrent. She wanted the biggest story in Iron Forge. The one thing no one else dared to investigate; the Rebel Souls MC. This was her chance for the big time. Great reporters make the story and chase their dreams.
But never in her wildest dreams did she imagine what this night would present her. Not only did she infiltrate the inner sanctum, but now she was witness to a murder. The biker wars of Iron Forge were not a myth and not only was Holly right smack in the middle, she only had one hope to keep her alive; the most feared rider of all the Rebels. Benjamin Bracken.
His street name was the one all who knew of the MC world dread to speak, for they understood what “Unleash the Kracken” meant. And after tonight, Holly would too. Whether she was ready or not.
Two men come into my life and shatter my world. One man is a beast who wants to push my boundaries and my body to new heights. The other wants to show me the love that I’ve been craving. How can I choose when they share my heart?
Warning! This book may cause triggers.
They call me crazy, lethal—psychotic.
I’m all those things and more.
The darkness calls to me, sending me spiraling out of control.
But one woman calms me, bringing me back from the edge when I’m about to lose it.
She’s my savior in every way possible.
But she doesn’t even know I exist. Yet.
I see the way she struggles, trying to maintain her sanity.
I won’t let her go down the same path as my mother.
She won’t be another statistic.
There’s only one thing for me to do—take her.