The Demon Horde MC are no strangers to breaking the rules, but making a man pay to get his son back crosses one too many lines for Skeeter. He'll do anything, including play by the book, if it means bringing his son home. Hiring straitlaced attorney Miriam Englestein is meant to solve his problems, not create new ones. One look at her and his good-guy facade goes out the window. He wants to throw his buttoned-up lawyer onto the back of his bike and make her his.
A woman at risk
Miri wants nothing to do with the club. Her father may be in their pocket, but she's on the right side of the law and she intends to stay there. But there's something about Skeeter's plea—something about him—she can't walk away from. While she's tempted to let him do unspeakably wicked and delicious things to her, she can't risk her law practice, or her heart.
A dangerous deception
When Miriam agrees to pose as Skeeter's woman to get details they need for the case, things heat up fast—and it's not long before the lines between business and personal blur, and they're both in over their heads. In the MC world, lies have a way of coming back to you, and they put everyone at risk.
This book is approximately 60,000 words
Jen's Review 4 Stars
Really cute story :)
Mari is a family lawyer with her dad's firm - he is one of the top lawyers who specialize in the MC club - Something Mari doesn't ever want to get involved with. That's why she chose Family law -
Juan-Luc is your everyday biker - but he doesn't push the law unless it's meant to be.
When he gets blackmailed and finds out he has a 9-year-old son all at the same time. He tries to do the right thing.
He gets Mari's name from her dad - They talk and go over the details they need in order to get custody for his son before the blackmailer catches wind and takes off with his kid .
The story is kind of fluffy - Juan-Luc opens his mouth and nothing right ever comes out of it. He's always saying the wrong thing first, then realizes it after it's already too late.
Mari is a straight-laced lawyer. She takes Juan-Luc's case because it's the right thing to do. But she doesn't realize the hard biker is really a sweet guy who wants his son.
Can the law really be more than black and white? Is it really okay to take the law into your own hands because it's the right thing to do??
I got this book from Netgally for an honest review :)