Title: Blow Out
Series: Steel Veins, book 1
Genre: MC Romance
Release Date: October 26, 2019
She should never have stayed.
I should never have kept her.
Bad guys like me? We crave violence, danger, and someone warm in our beds.
Someone like her? She is beautiful and surprisingly strong.
But saving her was a mistake for both of us. It would have been easier if I’d let my MC kill her when they were getting revenge on her uncle.
Now it’s too late.
I don’t want sympathy or forgiveness.
I just want her.
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I felt it through his fingertips the first time he grabbed me, back when I hated him and everything burned around us. Yet, I couldn’t accept it then.
Then much later, I felt it again through every raised hair on the nape of my neck as we sped off that final time.
The low, tumultuous vibrations of his bike pulsed their way throughout my chest. I squeezed him so tight that I thought my arms might squeeze him in half. He hardly noticed.
With that shithole bar slipping into the blackness behind us and the crisp night air whipping at my hair, I burrowed my head between his shoulder blades, feeling overwhelmed by this uncertainty. These feelings… they were too elusive to name but so overpowering when they hit.
It was scorching, violent, dirty joy in its purest form.
All that had raced through my head when they brought me in for questioning. What was Muse’s Place? How far away were they taking me? Would I ever see my parents again? But above all, who was this man, and why did he keep me alive?
Eventually, the questions stopped. Not because I found any real answers but because I started living. For the first time, I really felt alive.
It was horrible. I didn’t have time for questions because I couldn’t control anything around me anymore. All I could do was listen, watch, and pray.
I didn’t pray anymore.
I realized that back home when I was safe, I was always so pent up, so uptight. I felt like I was waiting for something or that I needed to start something. Whatever it was, I didn’t have it, so I filled my mind and heart with questions to distract myself from that… lingering emptiness I carried around. What time was my next shift? How the fuck was I going to make it through my accounting class this semester? Did I reach my step count for the day?
Looking back, it was all so meaningless. I can’t relate to that girl anymore. I used to know her—me—but now… I wasn’t so certain. Did I even like the person I was turning into?
What would it take to survive in the world that I was now a prisoner of?
I was pretty sure that before all this was over, I was going to die. But there was something comforting in knowing that if I did, he’d be with me and we’d die together. So much had happened these past few days. There were so many things I didn’t know—like where the hell we were going now or even if I could fully trust him.
But he was all I had. My only lifeline in this dark, dirty, and dangerous biker world.
And that was fucking terrifying.
We rode away from Muse’s Place faster than I’d ever experienced. His bike’s engine roared like Death’s hot laughter, reminding us of the decisions we’d made tonight and how they’d further change our lives forever.
But as hopeless as everything seemed in this one, fleeting moment, I had exactly what I’d always been searching for. The one thing I couldn’t ever even put into words.
He is Remy Daniels of the Steel Veins Motorcycle Club. He’s a cold, heartless, and cunning murderer. He’s the worst person I’ve ever known.
My name is Star, and I can’t stop thinking about him.
God help me… I think I’m in love.
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