Series: Soulless Kings MC #3
Author: Andi Rhodes
Genre: MC Romance
Release Date: July 15, 2021
As the VP of the Soulless Kings MC, I know what life has in store for me. Violence, blood, destruction… death. I’ll either die as a result of my sins or because my Harley turned on me. With all of the chaos that surrounds me, there is zero room for anything permanent, certainly not a woman. Bangin’ Betties and one night stands have served me well and will continue to do so until I take my last breath.
But what if they don’t have to? What if I meet someone who makes me want things that should be impossible? Holland is not at all like the women I’ve known my entire life. She’s smart, beautiful, innocent. When she enters my world, her perfect little bubble will be popped and I’m just crazy enough to want to be the one doing the popping.
Strong, independent, smart, selfless… these are the words that people typically use to describe me. My career in journalism has afforded me many opportunities and taken me places that most would never want to see. But when my father gets sick, I give it all up to return home and cover local news.
Life is good, as good as it can be. Until the story of a lifetime lands on my desk and flips everything upside down. The Soulless Kings MC have never hidden from the news but they certainly do what they can to put their own spin on things. But they can’t this time. Not if I have anything to say about it. Unfortunately, their stubborn, authoritative, arrogant, sexy VP has other ideas. And I’m not at all sure I am strong enough to resist the pull he has on me, regardless of the danger it seems to put me in.
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No fucking way.
There is no way H. Tibideaux is a chick. He—she?—can’t be. How the hell am I supposed to fix this problem in a way that will bring me immense satisfaction if H. Tibideaux is female?
A sigh comes through the line. “Look, I’ve gotta be somewhere so if you don’t want something, I’m going to hang up.”
My muscles tense at her tone. She’s got balls, I’ll give her that.
“Lady, you don’t get to call the shots here.” I flip her business card over and over in my hand. “You left your card telling me to call. I’m calling.”
“No, I didn’t tell you to call,” she retorts. Her voice is slightly shaky, telling me she’s wary of me and how I’ll react. Good, she should be. “I left my card on a Harley that doesn’t belong to you. I made sure of that.”
Confusion settles in my brain. “Huh?”
“You made yourself very clear last week, at the tournament,” she says. “Or did you forget threatening to ‘make me regret’ chasing that particular story?”
Everything clicks into place in my mind.
“How did you know the Harley wasn’t mine?”
“Because I do my research.”
“What’s that supposed to mean?”
“It means that I pride myself on facts and getting things right.” Holland clears her throat. “It means, I took your threat to heart.”
“No, you didn’t,” I snap. “If you had, this conversation wouldn’t be happening.”
“I don’t have time for this.” She heaves a sigh. “Are you going to give me my story or not?”
“You seriously have to ask that?” I don’t give her the chance to answer. “There is no fucking story. What about that don’t you understand?”
I hear an engine turn over through the line.
“Piston,” I spit out when she pauses.
“Fine… Piston.” She sighs. “I hear what you’re saying, but you need to understand something.”
“There’s always a story.”
Releasing September 16
Andi is an MC romance author who started her journey when her career in social work was no longer her passion. Her books are sassy and suspenseful with a heavy dose of chaos and are guaranteed to deliver an HEA and all the feels. She loves writing about alpha males and the women who tame them. When she’s not writing, Andi is an avid reader of the romance genre and prefers books that teeter on the edge of decent. She also loves spending time with her husband and their pack of dogs. For access to release info, updates, and exclusive content, be sure to sign up for Andi’s newsletter at andirhodes.com, where you will also find links for Facebook and Instagram.
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