1805. Laurent. Indentured servant. Desperate to escape a life that is falling apart. 2017. Beast. Kings of Hell Motorcycle Club vice president. His fists do the talking.
Laurent takes one step into the abyss and is transported to the future, ready to fight for a life worth living. What he doesn’t expect in his way is a brutal, gruff wall of tattooed muscle with a tender side that only Laurent is allowed to touch. And yet, if Laurent ever wants to earn his freedom, he might have to tear out the heart of the very man who took care of him when it mattered most.
Newly single, Knight is done with relationships. All he’s interested in is bringing down the Count, William Fane’s biggest fan who is tarnishing the Mercier name by his insinuations against Laurent.
But things take a drastically new turn when the Count shows up at the clubhouse doorstep to investigate the bodies of Fane’s victims, and under all the make-up and theatrics hides a handsome young guy with a passion for history to equal Knight’s.
Jake’s been itching to become a patched member of the Kings of Hell MC for years.
For two years he’s toiled as the only prospect.
So when a new guy swans in and thinks he’ll get a patch in no time just because he’s got friends in high places, Jake is there to show him hell.
Only that the guy is older, more experienced, drives a Harley, and has the kind of boots Jake is ready to lick.
But he won’t.
Because he only fucks patches.
After losing his twin brother, Gray has devoted his life to the Kings of Hell MC. He will do anything to protect his family and that means anything.
Even make a pact with the devil.
To be of use to the club after his injury, he needs all the help he can get. But the creature who comes to him from the other side of the mirror wants much more than to be of use.
Shadow wants to crawl under Gray’s skin and make the human his.
Gray on the other hand isn’t about to get attached to a monster, no matter how much Shadow claims they’re meant for each other.