Wild Crows - 1. Addiction - Blandine P. Martin
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Wild Crows - 1. Addiction

By Blandine P. Martin

  • Release Date: 2019-04-07
  • Genre: Romance

Description

~ WILD CROWS ~

What do you know about freedom? 🔥

❝Such a Wild ride!❞ by The Lovely teacher addictions
❝I stumbled across the Wild Crows - absolutely loved it !❞ by Kori Toth-Gray
❝Great read! Really good story line!❞ by Amazon customer
❝Really good book with and good story!❞ by Amazon customer

💣 BLURB:

{VOLUME 1/5}

After losing her mother to cancer, Joe receives a letter revealing the name of her biological father and where to find him. Lonely and helpless, the young nurse decides to pack up and go in search of her estranged father, Jerry Welsh, a man whom she's never met. According to the letter, Jerry owns a bar and runs a motorcycle club in California.

Jerry, meanwhile, is living a quiet life in the town of Monty Valley when a young woman arrives on his doorstep. Surprised to learn he has a 27-year-old daughter, the biker still agrees to give her chance, and he welcomes her into his inner-circle, including his family. At the beginning, all is well, but shortly thereafter, Joe uncovers the true nature of the club. These men are not only members of a motorcycle club, but participants in a much darker legacy.

Joe's life is about to take a dramatic turn. With the Wild Crows, she will step into a world that leaves no one unscathed.


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WARNING : Some scenes contain violence and / or strong language. The story's main focus is a father-daughter relationship. The whole saga is full of both suspense and romance, but Joe's story is first and foremost, a love story with herself. Readers will learn about her world and eventually, the people she lets into it, but she must discover more about the person she is and wants to be before she can love someone else fully.


EXCERPT:

"He had just awakened a part of me that I never knew was there, a dark side I had to explore. But it was alive, hidden deep inside, until that moment. Its darkness was running through my veins."