Rush: Rebel Brotherhood #2

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Not every woman craves a hero…

Each night, The Brotherhood silently watches over and protects the innocent. They make the city safer with their unique brand of renegade justice. They’re phantom heroes.

So says most of the city.

Thirty-year-old Paula Madani sees The Brotherhood a little differently: criminals themselves, even as they tout the banner of justice. As a cop, she knows what it’s like to risk her life for the greater good, and she has a hard time buying the romantic notion that they’re heroes. Heroes bleed. Heroes obey the law. They don’t make up their own rules and hide behind unexplainable powers.

When she’s pulled into the middle of a Brotherhood drug bust, she has a golden opportunity to take down the vigilante group. Except the one who pulls her in, with his dark eyes and even darker moods, fighter’s body, and hard edge, seems to be cut right out of her best fantasy…

Rush has never been one for rules. His scarred body, with a hundred impossible wounds, is savage proof the rules don’t apply to him. Because he can’t die, death is the only thing he craves… until the night he brings that fierce, fiery woman into Brotherhood business. Paula is everything Rush didn’t know he wanted.

But they’re on opposite sides. She can destroy him. He can destroy her.

They begin a game where Paula is on one side and Rush is firmly on the other. Opposing forces, circling each other like north and south magnets. Magnets that will have to defy the laws of physics in order to meet.

The way their blood races tells them both that the alchemy will be incredible.

If they aren’t caught in the explosion first.


This is the second in a new, steamy series that follows the sexy and seductive members of The Brotherhood as they walk the dangerous line between the call of duty and their deepest desires.

This is a standalone novel with no cliffhanger ending, but reading Torrent: Rebel Brotherhood #1 will enhance your reading experience.

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