The final book in the Death Dwellers Series tells the story of Ophelia Donovan, Cash "Ghost" McCall and Louis "Stretch" King, and the obstacles they face in their polyamorous relationship amidst a biker club.
Kendall and Meggie are at a crossroad in their relationship. They meet for brunch every week, but their relationship is strained. The always blunt Kendall offers Meggie her version of a compliment.
Cash has been trying to keep his emotions in check toward Fee and Stretch, but he can't help but notice them, especially during their intimate moments when they are all at the most vulnerable.
With all threats extinguished, the club has holiday celebrations planned from Halloween to New Year's Day. The biggest events as far as they know is the arrival of babies for two couples. Unfortunately, an arms deal goes awry and puts a damper on the club's good cheer. What is the meaning of the holiday season to Christopher "Outlaw" Caldwell? He’s sworn to give Megan a drama free holiday and has even put in a place a no-bloodshed moratorium until after the first of the year for his club members. Will he be able to keep his promise to his girl or will all hell break loose?
With Kendall afraid of the side effects of her antidepressants on the baby, Johnnie has gone out of his way to make her happy and keep her calm. In doing so, he's gotten away from several things he loves most, including his beloved Harley.
Outlaw relies on instinct to get him out of certain situations. Because of a gut feeling, he believes an arms dealer who's trying to coerce him into doing business is bad news. He wants this holiday season to be perfect for Megan, which makes him all the more determined not to deal with McCallister,
Kendall is in the last weeks of her pregnancy and is trying to cope with her decision to get off her antidepressants.
With all of the drama of the past months behind them, Megan Caldwell is reflecting on how perfect life is for every one now. It's Halloween and she's looking forward to a wonderful holiday season. Little does she know of the trouble that is ahead.
Have we ever misjudged a situation? Looked at life one way only to realize it’s something else entirely? Christopher “Outlaw” Caldwell is at a crossroads. He worships his old lady, Megan. After almost losing her, he’s realizing marriage is harder than he thought, especially when he’s the president of one of the most notorious MCs around. Megan Caldwell has been immersed in grief over her lost son, blaming herself for his death. She wants another baby and she wants to be the old lady her husband needs her to be. Reality has a way of changing perceptions. Both Megan and Christopher will have to find answers to some hard questions. Most important one? Where do they go from here?
In the final full novel of the series tells the story of Digger Banks, traitor to the Death Dwellers MC. His brother and club enforcer, Mortician, is charged with the task of putting him to ground. Will both brothers survive and can the Death Dwellers withstand another betrayal and tragedy?
Both Bunny and Digger are beginning to recognize the good in each other.
As Bunny attempts to search for the "real" Digger, she poses the question to him. Although he's gone through a lot of soul-searching, he still hasn't quite found himself, but Bunny's questions compels him to delve deeper to figure himself out.
He deals in a world of violence, sex, drugs, and crudity. As president of the Death Dwellers' Motorcycle Club, Christopher "Outlaw" Caldwell presides over a club in chaos after the death of their longtime president and his mentor, Joseph "Boss" Foy. Megan Foy runs from her abusive stepfather, hoping for her daddy's intervention to save her and get her terrified mother away before it's too late. Only problem is, she soon discovers her beloved daddy is dead and the man who killed him is the man she's falling in love with. This is a full-length novel.
Outlaw has just been informed that his former mentor's daughter is in the clubhouse looking for her father. He reminiscences on the time Boss mentioned Meggie and isn't all that impressed. Until he sees her. Then, he realizes Boss's daughter may want answers to her father's whereabouts, a man Outlaw put to ground. Although he fights it, this meeting changes the course of Outlaw's life.
I'm Sloane Mason, the lead singer of the superstar rock band, Phoenix Rising. This is the story of my secret relationship with Georgie McCall and the destruction of my life. You know the adage about secrets? Three may keep a secret, if two of them are dead. Wise words from a wise man. If only I had listened.
This is the moment Sloane Mason recognizes his connection to Georgiana McCall. For the most part, until then, she'd been an amusing, young group, out to have a good time, in his eyes. With this one statement, he realizes she's more like him than he first assumed and he begins to feel an affinity towards her.
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