“The devil rides our shoulder. The wolf roams in our heart. It’s who we are.”
These words brand Eris Myers with a dark legacy. One filled with blood, bullets, and betrayal.
As the only daughter of Colby ‘Madman’ Myers, she’s grown up surrounded by chaos and danger. Her father is the president of the Midnight Wolves motorcycle club and he’s alpha of their werewolf pack. Now he’s disappeared after being double crossed, and it’s up to Eris and three men she loves and loathes to clear his name and stop a biker / shifter war.
Part Four: After shocking secrets are revealed, the Midnight Wolves must regroup and approach an unlikely ally for help. Eris, Joe, Ash, and Lee have to make difficult decisions in order to save the club. Plus the wolves find out there is a rat among them, who helps Dog double cross the MC and kidnap Dee.
PLEASE NOTE: This is a serial novel saga with cliffhanger endings. Each part is approx. 10k or more. Part Five of Book One will be released in June 2015, and Book One will be six parts in total. Sign up to our newsletter for release announcements: http://eepurl.com/ba4jiP
This ebook includes:
Midnight Wolves Part 4, Book 1 Bonus Excerpts
All parts have an extreme heat level. This is a MFMM ménage romance.
Words dried up between them and the awkward silence closed in again, so Eris cranked the volume on the stereo and let the music ease the tension.
She hated this, hated that uncomfortable strain that blocked communication between them. Only days before they’d been so close. She’d confessed her love and he had confessed his, but then she’d gone and screwed everything up by having sex with Ash. She knew Joe could never forgive her, and their chance at happiness was lost. Eris shouldn’t be surprised, but it didn’t make her heart hurt any less. She needed to apologize to him, to clear the air between them.
“I’m sorry,” she whispered, and the words nearly caught in her throat. “I didn’t mean to hurt you, Joe. I love you so much.” Tears flowed.
His jaw flexed. His fists closed and opened at his sides. She knew he was hurting bad, and it killed her to know she was the cause of it.
“I told you I loved you and you tore my heart out.” His words came out a rasped growl. “Do you know how long it took me to work up the guts to say that to you? I’ve loved you since we were seven years old, Eris. Since you took my hand and led me onto that playground. But you’re Ash’s girl. You always will be. I should’ve known better.”
“It doesn’t have to be that way, Joe.” She took one hand from the steering wheel and reached out to touch him, but he flinched away.
Too late. The damage was done. She’d broken his heart, and Eris knew Joe would never open up to her again. Tears blurred her vision, but she blinked them away.