Puck by Marata Eros : Dark Motorcycle Club / MC SEAL Romance (Road Kill MC Book 9)
English | 2019 | Romance | ePUB | 520 Kb
Puck : Puck likes women. All kinds. But he’s not prepared to share the secret that keeps intimacy at arm’s length.
Until Charlotte Temperance.
Temp is passionate about her job as a social worker. When she shuts down a dangerous criminal who’s abusing her minor client, Temp finds herself in the crosshairs of a human trafficking operation, thinly masqueraded as a prostitution ring.
The relationship she begins with Puck is weighted by a secret they both share, and hard hidden truths. Once they discover what the other knows, will the truth shatter all hope of the future—or will the horror they experienced bring them closer?
When Puck discovers that Temp is in danger, he’ll stop at nothing to rescue her—with Road Kill MC as his side. But will they arrive too late to save Temp, before she’s sucked into a system of depraved humanity, to which there’s no escape?
“My assessment complete, I hike my chin, daring him to try it—almost wishing he would. But he’s wily, our Lionel. He’s been working this system for years, if I’m any judge. Ritchie knows exactly what he can get away with. But his glittering eyes still gaze longingly at the bullseye of my delicate jawline, nearly watering with the pure impulsive lust to abuse another “deserving” female.
Not this female.
“Lionel,” I begin, trying to reason with him since this is not our first rodeo, “let me pass and assess the girl.” I deliberately use distancing language so that, on a subconscious level, Lionel will believe I view her as the object he so clearly does.
Since Calem Morgan, my caseload has been shifted to minors instead of adult special needs.
I think I liked adults better.
Adults can be vulnerable too, but the kids are so much worse. Calem Morgan was my last big assignment, and the whole scene had turned out well.
Not always the case.
The criminal bio-dad was dead, and Calem was placed with his natural sister and brother. My heart rate picks up when I think about the older brother.
I shake off my musings. I cannot be dwelling about hot guys while I have a dangerous one standing right in front of me.”