This is a full-length novel (approximately 110K words).
Warning: This story contains contains explicit language, sex, and violence. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
My name is Livia Ash. It's an alias. The secrets and lies don't end there.
As a teenager, I was forced into a dark life, my freedom and innocence ripped out from under me. To get out, I had to become like the very people I hated, people who had no problem spilling blood just to make a point.
It almost cost me my own life, but I did it. Battered and broken, but determined to start over, I ran. Right into the path of Cameron "Torch" Larter, nomad member of the Iron Serpents Motorcycle club. Overbearing, rude, and intimidating, he was everything I didn't want to deal with. But this rugged biker Adonis -- with his piercing eyes and sharp tongue -- also got under my skin.
Forgetting him proved to be just as hard as breaking free from a life of crime. Neither happened. And by the time our worlds collided a second time, old enemies and new threats meant that I couldn't act on my desires. But Torch wasn't a man who took no for an answer.
Could two very different breeds of outlaws on a warpath ever unite without ending up on a cold slab or prison cot?
This is our story.
Torched begins when "Livia" finally gets away from the men who have been hurting her for years. She figured out the best way to survive that life, and now she just wants away from them. Even if her freedom means running for years. After just getting away from them she ends up meeting Torch, who is part of an MC. She knows they they couldn't ever have anything real, but after spending some time together, she ends up getting close to him.. However, it wasn't meant to be. Well, at least not at that time it wasn't... The story brings them back together years later, but this time both are older, and more understanding of the risks..
This book was really really really good! I totally adored the heroine. She was freaking awesome. She didn't take crap, and she didn't ever bend when it came to certain club things. I loved that. This is now probably one of my favorite MC books! The writing was very good as well, and the whole plot line had me hooked right from the start till the very end! I really enjoyed this one, and look forward to more in this series.