Valentina (Tina) has moved across the country to get away from her abusive ex-boyfriend, Darren, who she thought she would marry. Trust is an issue for Tina, so she isn’t ready to respond to the advances of the sexy biker who hits on her at a local bar. But when she leaves her license behind, she will have to see him again to get it back.
Unlike Darren, Ardan is only bad in his dealings with outsiders and treats her like a princess, that is like Princess Merida from Disney’s Brave, whose hair she is told she resembles. With Ardan as a fierce protector, Tina can finally let down her guard, or so she thought until Darren shows up in town.
Ardan will rely on his club brothers to help him fight for the woman he loves, but how far will he have to go to insure her safety?
The camaraderie and strong male bonds among the club members is just as pleasing as Fernando’s (Tracker’s End) sexy romance. Ardan almost seems too good to be true, but then again, readers want a strong male lead who is both tender and tough, and Fernando delivers exactly that.