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BY TOYE LAWSON BROWN
Carrie King loves to ride motorcycles. Always wanting to be part of a motorcycle club, she starts a chapter in Ohio. All is not golden when the president of the rival female club Hell Dolls, feels she’s losing thunder to the Lady Guardians. Backed into a corner, Carrie doesn’t want to concede to threats but also doesn’t know what to do.
Jonah Richards is president of B2R. His club has had its share of trouble over the years, including an incident that almost cost his best friend his life. When Cliff calls asking him to keep an eye on Carrie and the Lady Guardians, due to threats, Jonah is more than happy to help.
He takes a long swig, wipes his mouth with the back of his hand, and then relaxes against the counter. The only thing marring in his look is the boots; they do not go with the plushness of the white robe.
“I’ve been friends with Cliff and around your family for years. Why haven’t we ever had a conversation before?”
The question is too much for my muddled brain. “You know Cliff didn’t like me hanging around. I remember you never made an effort to talk to me unless you had to.”
“Maybe it was my fault. I should have taken an extra minute or two to talk to you.”
Okay, the look in his eyes is scaring me. It could be my drunken imagination, but the way he is rubbing the beer bottle makes me nervous. Does he imagine it is me?
“Um, we talked a lot today,” I say. “That made up for lost time don’t you think?”
“Circumstances brought us together today. We should hang out and really get to know each other.”
Toye Lawson Brown lives in Ohio. She is an Amazon bestselling author of romance that includes interracial romance, romantic suspense, and multicultural novels. Her multicultural books were nominated for Breakout Author of the Year (2014) and Best Interracial Romance (2015) by the B.R.A.B Book Club. Also, The Men of CLE-FD was nominated for a Reader’s Choice Award for IR/MC best series. Each novel is a journey into the lives of strong characters with ordinary backgrounds. Always a sucker for a happy ending, Toye Lawson Brown strives to lure readers from the present and to her fictional world.
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