Still Waters (Devil's Riders #2)

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Sometimes, it's the thing you fear the most that saves you...

Janet's a good girl from the right side of town with promising career as a ballerina, until it all comes crashing down with an injury. Now she's running wild, flunking out of school and dancing on table tops. When she gets back into town her best friend Kaylie brings her to the local MC Club House. There's one guy there that unnerves Janet with his solemn dark eyes. In fact, she's got the feeling that he sees right through her.

Jack is a dangerous man with a dark past. He's been on his own since he was 14 years old and he has the scars to prove it. Nicknamed The Viking, he's bigger and meaner than almost anyone in the Club. He gives Devlin and the Spawn's his absolute loyalty but nothing else. He doesn't need anyone or anything and that's the way he likes it. Until he meets Janet. The feisty little red head gets under his skin, no matter how hard he tries to push her away. When Janet winds up in the clutches of an underground prostitution ring, Jack has to decide how far he's willing to go to save her. If he succeeds, he knows she could be the one who will save him from his demons.


This is the second book in the Devil's Riders series. Each novella can be read as a standalone book! There are NO cliffhangers, just three different love stories, each focusing on a different member of the club. Enjoy!

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