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Publisher’s Summary

I had it all.

Or, at least, that’s what everyone else thought.

Between my husband being the president of the Demons of Hell and his club, I had a “family”.

Except the only thing that made us a family was my husband’s persistent reminders that it was.

But a family doesn’t turn a blind eye to things.

A family doesn’t let one of their own become a punching bag for their mistakes.

For all the pent-up anger and frustration for something that isn’t even my fault.

My “family” was the reason I nearly died.

And when Rage came into my life, he was all I could see.

The only thing that suddenly mattered.

Too bad I didn’t listen to the warnings before I became obsessed.

After all, with a name like Rage, what was I expecting?

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  1. Patricia Reichardt

    Motorcycle Club books can be very dark, and this one is dark, heartbreaking and suspenseful. Tex and Rage were childhood friends and fell for the same woman. Roxy marries Rage and Tex distances himself, watching the destruction Rage causes. Rage is the perfect name for him, as his temper and personality is full of anger. Roxy’s last beating has her escaping with Tex and their story begins. This is not for the faint of heart. There is graphic violence, rape and MFMFM scenes. It’s very well written, giving us the realism of Roxy’s life before she left as well as the constant fear of being discovered. There are moments of light and happiness, but that underlying fear is always there. The book leaves us with an cliffhanger that does make me want to continue, needing to see where it will all lead.

    Amber Bray gives a wonderful performance of this. With all it’s triggers, she gives us the all the emotions. We feel fear and pain, utter despair and heartache, love and hope all with her voices. It’s not an easy narration with the many characters and vast personality changes and she nails them. A great portrayal of this story.

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