Nash Holland is a paramedic who lives for helping people. He’s never once been on the wrong side of the law. When he gets a call to a motorcycle club, he’s apprehensive, but then he meets a biker that makes his knees go weak. He never expected to find love in an outlaw biker, but he can’t deny the way Zayne makes him feel. Dating a biker with Nash’s profession isn’t a great idea but he’s been playing it safe all his life and maybe Zayne is just the right kind of danger for him.
Zayne ‘Saint’ Lewis isn’t your average biker; he’s the road captain of the Salvation Kings MC and he’s not afraid to do what’s necessary to protect his club. He’s a one-percenter but he’s dedicated his life to helping people in need. He’s hesitant to bring Nash into his club life, unsure if Nash will be able to handle it. One thing he’s sure of, though, is the way Nash makes him feel.
Will the secrets and dangers of Zayne’s life jeopardize their relationship? With a war brewing between his and a rival club, can Zayne keep Nash safe?
Gabe is a prospect at the Salvation Kings motorcycle club. He’s also the president’s son, which isn’t as fun as it sounds. Especially because he’s in love with Joker; the club’s vice president and his father’s close friend. Joker is good at keeping people at arm’s length and Gabe knows it’ll be close to impossible to tear down all the walls Joker has built over the years. But he’ll do whatever it takes to earn Joker’s trust and, hopefully, his love.
Joker has been the vice president of his club for nearly two years. He loves being a King, and he’s done everything he can to live up to the responsibility he’s been given. He’s always been pulled towards Gabe and when he moved into Joker’s spare bedroom, that pull grew into something much stronger. He’s never wanted anyone as much as he wants Gabe, but he’s been keeping his distance, knowing if he gave in, there would be no turning back.
The Henchmen still pose a big threat to the club and it’s not long before Joker and Gabe find themselves in danger. Forced together, passion soon ignites between them, but is Joker willing to put everything on the line for a chance with Gabe?
Sean has been forging things since he was a teenager. Paintings, vases, and documents he can do easily. He’s even gotten very good at pretending he’s not in love with Mal. He risked his relationship with the Kings for Mal and he doesn’t even know it. That’s mostly because Sean can’t find him, though. Lucky for him, one day, out of the blue, the man shows up at his doorstep. The not so lucky part? The bullet wound Mal is suffering from.
Mal has been a part of the darker side of the world for most of his life. Killing is what he does best. Then he had to go and accidentally save Sean’s life two years ago. He’s been in love with Sean and running from those feeling ever since. Being cooped up with Sean doesn’t help the situation. He wants Sean more than anything, but most of all, he wants a relationship, and he knows Sean doesn’t want that.
Their attraction burns hotter with each day and, in the end, they can’t resist. But with danger lying in wait for them, ready to strike at any second, can Mal convince Sean to give their relationship a real shot?
Hawk is an enforcer for the Salvation Kings MC. He’s used to doing odd jobs for his president, but he never expected to be protecting the brother of one of King’s old army buddies. When Hawk meets Elijah, his world is turned upside down. He never thought he’d need anything other than his club and his brothers, but Elijah makes him want so much more. With every second spent with Elijah, he falls a little bit more in love.
Elijah is a teacher at a school for deaf and hard-of-hearing children. He never expected to get involved with a motorcycle club but, then again, he never thought he’d stumble over a man dumping a body either. He got the man sent to jail but while he waits for the trial to begin, he’s noticed someone stalking him. The last thing he wants is someone else following him around all day, but Hawk won’t take no for an answer. Elijah knows Hawk is dangerous, but during their time together, he gets to know a man he could easily imagine a life with.
With a murderer targeting Elijah and Hawk’s past threatening to jeopardize the life he’s built, the odds aren’t in their favor. Will they come out on the other side unscathed?
Auggie aka Bandit is the treasurer and hacker of the Salvation Kings. With half the Henchmen now on their side, there’s much to figure out, which results in one of the former Henchmen staying with the Kings. Russell is the kind of man Auggie wants but needs to stay away from. There’s something about the big bearded man that draws Auggie in and as much as Russell scares him, he also makes him feel safe. 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 happened. He doesn’t regret leaving with Ares, but he knows starting over won’t be easy. They’re lucky to have the Kings’ help and there’s one King in particular that has caught Russell’s eye. One look at the small skittish man and he knows he needs to find a way to earn Auggie’s trust. Auggie’s 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 more determined to prove himself worthy of Auggie’s love.
But can Russell keep Auggie safe when the monster from Auggie’s past comes looking for him?
Juno doesn’t do relationships and he’s content with that, right until Rome walks through the front door of the tattoo shop Juno works at. Rome is a dangerous man to want, but Juno didn’t join the Salvation Kings because he was afraid to go after what he wants. He’s always looking for a new adventure and being with Rome seems to be the kind that’ll never end. But what starts as a physical relationship soon evolves into much more than Juno ever thought he’d want.
Rome D’Alessio is a made man, forever bound to the Cosa Nostra and his boss, Marco Serrano. Being a gay man in his world is not only dangerous but also very lonely. The latter changes when he meets Juno, a tattoo artist and patched member of the Salvation Kings Motorcycle Club, whom he can’t seem to take his eyes off. Juno makes him want things he’s long thought he couldn’t have.
When Serrano comes under attack, Rome is forced to seek help from Juno and the Kings, putting their relationship to the test. Can they weather the storm long enough to realize that all they want is each other?
Tommy didn’t think spending the night with a stranger would be complicated. Then he found out that stranger was his baby brother’s best friend. His very sweet and sexy best friend. Tommy shouldn’t want to keep seeing Edan, but he can’t seem to stay away from him. Loving Edan is easy. Being honest with himself and everyone else about it is anything but.
Edan knows falling for his best friend’s closeted brother is a bad idea. Yet that doesn’t stop him from doing exactly that. But keeping their relationship a secret takes a toll on him and Tommy being deployed half the time doesn’t help either. Seeing his best friend fall in love and make a home with his boyfriend makes him realize he wants more than Tommy can give him and it tears them apart.
Then Tommy retires from the Army and while Edan is unsure of Tommy’s intentions, there’s only one thing Tommy really wants: Edan. He just has to prove it to him. He gets a chance to do just that when he’s invited to Edan’s family ranch in Colorado and he won’t let a little gunfire or a few angry cowboys get in his way. But is it enough to convince Edan he’s all in this time?