After traveling around the world for six years, both running from her past and seeking her future, Edie Yates is back in Greenville, Arizona to reconnect with her older sister, Melanie. While Edie was away, Melanie married Brick Baxter, president of the Marauder Riders MC, and found a real family, the likes of which neither Melanie nor Edie had ever known in the dark past they share. Now Melanie wants Edie to know the love and security of that family.
And she does. In the Marauders, Edie finds brothers, nieces and nephews, even a surrogate father or two. She begins to settle in, though she still struggles with the demons of her past.
And she finds Dawg, who earns his road name regularly. He loves women, and they love him. Edie knows he’s bad news, and she tells him she’s not interested. But he’s funny and charming, and she enjoys his company.
Dawg knows he isn’t boyfriend material. He doesn’t want to be boyfriend material. He likes being a dawg. And he’s far too smart to hit on his president’s sister-in-law. But she’s interesting. She’s had a life, been everywhere. He enjoys talking with her. When she makes it clear that she’s not interested, and he makes it clear that he’s not stupid, they begin to forge a friendship.
They become close—real friends.
And then everything explodes.
The Marauder Riders MC is located in the fictional town Greenville, just south of Phoenix, Arizona. They own a garage, a strip club (The Booty Bank) and a sex shop, but those are mostly for show. They make the real money smuggling pot and diamonds from Mexico.
The first three books in the Marauders Series, and a novella, are available on Amazon.
There are also two short stories, available to read and download here on the blog.