The Satan’s Devils Motorbike club is not your typical club….we meet a lot of hot alpha males and the bikers end up facing some of the social issues that we all face in today’s society.
Sex trafficking, disability, racism, grooming of young girls and overcoming the grief of losing a partner form the various backgrounds that these bikers have to face in order to win the woman they want to ride with through their life, but that is not always an easy ride.
The first book is Turning wheels, where we meet Sophie, who has a disability and Wraith, who is determined to show her that the disability doesn’t define her. However, in order to do so, he has to protect herself from inside and outside the club. And she has to overcome her demons.
The second book is Drummers beat. The president of the Satan’s Devil has not yet found a woman to be a partner in his life…..and then he meets Sam, who is broken at the side of the road. Drummer helps her out, but she then claimed to be the daughter of one of the members, he doesn’t believe her. Viper has made it well known he cannot have children, therefore she must be lying.
He fights the attraction towards her, then admitting his attraction after she has been taken by a sex trafficking ring. It is a race against time for him to find her.
The third book is slick running, where we meet Ella, who has performed for the club as a service, but it had cost her a lot. Slick had claimed her a few months back, but he left him. Yet she needs help and he refused. She knew he wouldn’t go for her, she wasn’t his type at all.
But he knew that the club owed her, and Slick starts to find out why she ran and he is now determined to get her back, and even willing to break up a child grooming ring to rescue Ella’s young sister.
The fourth book is Targeting Dart, who is a confirmed bachelor and is fighting his attraction to Alex, a curvy black girl. All he can offer is friendship to the woman who is fighting for the life of her sick child.
Her violent ex catches up with her , and Dart has to face up to his feelings and take on responsibilities he did not expect, both for the club and in his personal life.
The fifth book and my personal favourite is Heart Broken, where we meet Heart who is destroyed by his wife’s death and he goes on a journey from which he has no intention of returning.
Yet, that voice on the phone keeps him going on.
That voice on the phone is a cop, who seems to understand what he is going through. As the months past, when he actually gets the chance to join his wife, he does want to live.
He owes that all to the cop. But the cops and bikers do not get on and it is out of the question to have a relationship……
This Boxset blew me away and took me through every emotion possible. The characters was great and I loved how each story was individual and interesting, yet it all wove together beautifully.
Book 5 was my favourite, it was a brilliant friendship and very heartwarming.
Very well written and cannot wait to read more.