Emily Reynolds, estranged sister to Dane Reynolds, President of the Savage Angels MC, has just lost her father. He was not a caring man and inflicted suffering on his family. Dane abandoned her and her mother years ago, leaving them alone to deal with a brutal man who never showed any love or mercy. Emily wants Dane to feel the pain she felt, she wants him to suffer as she did and decides to make the long drive to see him.
Salvatore Agostino, captain in the Abruzzi crime family is also on his way to see Dane Reynolds. A ruthless businessman, he is fiercely loyal to his family and his men. A chance encounter brings him face to face with Emily.
These two meet and their attraction grows into a love that neither could have anticipated.
Will they be able to overcome the turmoil that awaits them or will their love be destroyed by forces beyond their control?
He stares at me before glancing at Jonas, who stands beside me. “I wasn’t sure it was him until I went into the café. He’s ruthless. He is a Captain in the Abruzzi Family.”
“You’ve already told me that.” I pause and look at him in the mirror behind the bar. “Tell me why he’s got you so spooked? Tell me why you’re all packed up to fucking leave?” I growl at him.
“Prez, I’ve been a loyal member for years,” he says, staring back at me in the mirror. “If I’ve made a mistake, I would hope that you and Jonas would take that into consideration.”
Now I’m fucking confused. I have no idea what the hell he’s talking about. “Are you asking for leniency?
Before you tell me what you’ve done...” My pulse picks up and I try harder to remain calm and in control. “Answer this…would you forgive the sin? Would you spare you if the tables were turned?”
“Prez, we need to call Church.” Jonas interrupts before Fith has a chance to answer.
I nod and look at Fith. “Whatever the fuck you’ve done, you better not have betrayed the MC. If you’ve endangered us…” I shake my head at him and stand. In a voice that everyone in the clubhouse can hear I say, “Call everyone, Church in two hours. Fith is not to leave the clubhouse.” I stalk outside into the sunshine. It’s my first day back and it feels like everything has gone hay‐fucking‐wire.