Blended With Pain by Hayley Faiman
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Title: Blended With Pain
Author: Hayley Faiman
Genre: Contemporary Romance
About Blended With Pain:Carson is a mother who has never carried a child. She’s raised Axe as her own. He is her responsibility, but she wouldn't want her life any other way, even if it’s not exactly what she had planned. A waitress in a small town diner. A single mother. She hides in plain sight. Keys is a mystery to his Canadian brothers. A recent transfer from the Notorious Devils in North Dakota, and the new tech expert for the club. His life has been one big party. No responsibilities. No relationships. No commitments. That is, until he walks into a small diner in Texas. He recognizes her. She’s the girl from his past, and yet, she’s not--she’s all grown up. She hides a secret that once he discovers causes rage to flow through his veins. He cannot simply let her go. He did that once--never again. Especially now that he knows the truth. He plans on keeping her as his own.
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“We got a stop to make in Nevada. We’ll have an extra body with us until then. You drive?” he asks lifting his chin to Roxanne.
She snorts. Does she drive? Yeah, like a bat out of hell and too damn fast, but she drives. “Hell yeah, I drive,” she announces.
“You stay with us, you do not and repeat do not lose us. You do and I’ll find you, I’ll hunt you, and you will not like how I’ll punish you,” he growls. I hear her gulp, but I’m unable to take my eyes off of Ace’s angry gaze. He shouldn’t look as downright sexy as he does right now. I shouldn’t think he is, either.
“You,” he barks, looking down at me. “You’re on the back of my bike.”
I shake my head. “I’ve never.”
He smirks. “A virgin, nice. You’re on the back of my bike, babe. Get a jacket, jean or somethin’. If you have leather that’d be better, but something is better than nothing. Just in case I have to lay it down.”