Auggie aka Bandit is the Salvation Kings’ treasurer and hacker, and with half the former Henchmen now on their side, there’s much he needs to figure out. Russell, one of the Henchmen, is staying with the Kings as a liaison between their clubs. Russell is the kind of man Auggie wants but needs to stay away from. There’s something about the big, bearded man that draws him in and, as much as Russell scares him, he also makes him feel safe and seen. His attraction to Russell is strong, but acting on it means trusting the man and sharing parts of himself he’s kept hidden for years.
Russell ‘Skinner’ Jones used to know who he was, then Ronin took over the Henchmen. He doesn’t regret leaving with Ares and his brothers, but he knows starting over won’t be easy. They’re lucky to have the Kings by their side and there’s one King in particular that’s caught his eye. One look at the small skittish man, and he knows he needs to find a way to earn Auggie’s trust. Auggie has been hurt in a way that’s left him with deep emotional scars, but that doesn’t stop Russell from wanting him. It only makes him that much more determined to prove that he’s worthy of Auggie’s trust and love.
But can Russell keep Auggie safe when the monster from Auggie’s past comes looking for him?