Cade, president of the Iron Disciples Motorcycle Club, a hardened badass, and one of the Filthy Few—members who’ve sold their souls and demonstrated the highest act of loyalty…killing for their club.
The Disciples are local legends, true one percenters—the few who don't just live on the fringe of society but operate far from it.
Ultra successful financial advisor Morgan Swift knows nothing about THE LIFE until she steps off the curb into the path of Cade’s Harley…
She ends up in his apartment, trusting a murderer to heal her wounds...two people from completely different worlds, they aren't meant to be together, they can’t possibly coexist. Being in close proximity to such a raw, alpha like Cade has Morgan's body betraying her at every turn…never before has a man made her feel this alive, this frightened, this…wet.
How can Cade trust the civilian woman he is falling for when she demands full disclosure? How can he explain to her the meaning of the Filthy Few patch on his chest without her equating him to nothing more than a serial killer?
In the face of impossible danger Cade is forced to make a deal with the devil, and it's a decision Morgan will never understand.
This story begins when Morgan gets hit by a motorcycle when she walked into the middle of the street with out look. The man on the motorcycle actually saved her life by laying down his bike. He's also the president of the local biker MC, and he ends up taking care of Morgan while she heals. Morgan gets thrown into a world she never really knew existed, and with a man she's not sure she can live with or without.
The Filthy Few was not at all what I thought it was going to be. I didn't like it at all. I liked the idea of the story, but I didn't like the characters, and I felt like things just kept getting mixed up. At times it felt like Morgan's assistant was Cade's cousin then other times she was just referred to as a friend. There also didn't seem to be much chemistry between Cade, and Morgan. I really couldn't feel anything about either of them and neither of them admitted to having real feelings about each other. Then a lot of stuff that happened towards the end just didn't make sense to me, and didn't seem to add anything to the story either. This story was just not for me at all.