Title: Blind Love
Author: Shannon Heighton Hicks
Series: Iron Back Warriors, book 1
Genre: MC Romance
Release Date: November 16, 2018
Recently widowed after twenty years of marriage, Claire Stewart moves to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, to make a fresh start. She never expected to get involved with the Iron Back Warriors MC or two of its dangerous, compelling members.
Priest is a man apart, adrift since the death of his wife years ago. Now vice president of the MC his father founded, his pursuit of her makes her heart race. Then Priest is gone without a word, and she’s once again shattered… until she meets Ranger. Their instant attraction is electric, and when Ranger reveals that he wants Priest and Claire both, she finds herself plunged into a situation she never could have imagined.
But circumstances are not in their favor. When a stalker and Priest’s fears get in the way, will their delicate new relationship stand strong?
“Man, you just don’t understand. She got to me. It was incredible. I didn’t know I could feel like that. It scared me.”
The ticking of the air conditioning unit was the only thing Priest heard at first. He’d started to look at his phone when Ranger replied.
“You should have told her. You crushed her. You don’t do that shit, man. She is not some throwaway club girl. They know the rules. They may hope the brother will change his mind, but it’s known.”
“Being with her was like being with you,” Priest whispered, shocking himself by making that admission.
“What?” Ranger asked.
“I’m serious. Being with both of you makes me feel whole. I have never felt like this before. Not even with….”
“Nina,” Ranger whispered.
“I didn’t tell Claire about her.”
“Fuck, man. You screwed this sideways quick. I don’t know what to say.”
“She’s beautiful, isn’t she?”
“Yeah. About the most beautiful thing I’ve ever seen.”
“I kissed her.”
Ranger huffed a laugh. “I kissed her. Seeing her again Saturday.”
Priest was silent.
“Brother, this is going to work. It will be different, but it will work.”
“You want to try with all three of us?” The thought was a turn-on.
“Yeah. I do.”
Raised in Central Virginia, Shannon Heighton Hicks loved to read and write stories from a very early age. Her grandmother would often take her to the Campbell County Public library, where Shannon would get stacks of books as tall as she was. She doesn’t read books, she devours them, as many as she can get in any genre.
Her love of reading and writing is nothing compared to her love for her family. Without them she never would have gotten as far as she has.