Both Itinerant Child, Freaks MC: England by Sarah Osborn and Equilibrium, A Marauders Interlude by Lina Andersson are now available for preorder on all Amazon sites. For more information and links, see below.
Mouse believes in something bigger than herself. She believes in standing up for what’s right. She believes in battling against corruption, consumerism, commercialism and greedy corporations. She believes in fighting hard. Her whole life has been about fighting.
Nitro has returned to the country of his birth to escape his crazy ex. He lives for the moment. He’s a simple guy; a fast bike, cold beer, and a warm woman are all he needs. Life is one big party; all you need to do is rev the throttle and see where the road takes you.
They say opposites attract, and for Mouse and Nitro, that couldn’t be more true. Their chosen families are poles apart. But Nitro has fallen hard, and he’s not the type of guy who takes no for an answer…
The events in Itinerant Child run parallel to those in Legacy, and some of the characters do make an appearance. However, this can be read as a stand alone.
Sometimes life throws you a curve ball. Sometimes they’re minor league, a mild irritation. Sometimes they’re game changers, life-altering, knock ‘em out of the park kinda big. Eliza thought she knew what track her life was on, but then life threw her one of those major league style curve balls.
Roach isn’t even sure what normal is anymore, he’s been thrown so many curve balls in his life. The whole 2.4 kids, white picket fence is entirely beyond his realm of comprehension. He’s an ex-street kid who found a home in an MC. He knows survival. That’s all he needs to know.
Eliza thinks she’s surviving, but Roach knows what surviving looks like, and what Eliza is doing ain’t it. He should keep his nose out of the club princess’s business, but he can’t help but be drawn in. He’s not even sure how or why it happened, but there is something there. A spark, maybe the will to fight, and for some reason he wants to help her.
Eliza knows she’s adrift, but she’s so far gone she doesn’t know how to get back. She’s just getting more and more lost, until the new Marauder from New York calls her on her shit.
Eliza needs to find her equilibrium, and Roach can help her. But as he’s doing so, she shakes him to his core, and he realizes he needs to find his own balance again.