Whip City MC (Motorcycle Club / Outlaw Biker Gang)


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Will the Whip City Motorcycle Club destroy her? Or will it be her unexpected salvation?"

He swiveled dramatically, facing me. "I need you to get inside," he said. "I need you to become one of them and find out what their plans are."

"Join the Whip City Motorcycle Club?" I said, astonished by the very idea. "Are you sure that's a good idea? If they find out, the retaliation could be more than we could handle. I mean, they could --"

"It's a risk we'll have to take," he said sternly. "Officer Miller, I want to leave a legacy. I want to leave a legacy of being the man who got rid of all the organized crime. And I want you to be part of that."

Officer Anna Miller is tasked with infiltrating the notorious Whip City Motorcycle Club , the biker gang responsible for a brutal attack that nearly ended her beloved father's life. But when Anna is finally able to get inside, she's overcome with the realization that everything is not always what it seems.

6000 words.

Themes: New Adult, Motorcycle Club, Biker Gangs, Female Police Officers, Plus-sized Protagonist


I looked down at my hands, my head swimming. My training hadn't prepared me for this type of work. Pulling over drivers for speeding and checking up on domestic disturbances was more up my alley. Wasn't this deep cover stuff more for the FBI?

"Don't you want to avenge what happened to your father?" He said, looking deep into my eyes. I sighed, trying to decide what to do. If those bikers figured out what I was up to, I'd end up dead. If they found out my true identity, they could go after my friends and family. I wanted to protect them. I needed to protect them. But at the same time, if I really did have the chance to stop the evil forces that had ruined my dad's life, shouldn't I give it a shot?

"Fine," I said. "But I want backup at all time. No ifs, ands, or buts. I want to be wired and I want to know that there are three men with their targets on whatever biker goons I'm talking to."

"Of course, Anna," the police chief said, smiling at me. "I'm pleased with your decision."

I didn't smile. I was already regretting the choice I had just made. The choice could change my life forever.

Or end it.

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