“I came to Copper Lode to discover my past…but I ended up finding the person I want to spend my future with…”
Mom never said anything about her life in Copper Lode, Arizona. She never told me anything about my father – who he was, what kind of life he led. But now she’s gone, and her journals are the only link I have to my origins. A biker named Piston is my father, and as far as I can tell, he’s still out there in the desert. So I’m gonna find him.
Of course, it’s not that simple. It never is, right?
The first guy I run into is called Crow – he’s half native American, but he’s all man. I fall in love with him the moment I set eyes on him. That long flowing hair, those piercing eyes, the body seemingly carved out of mahogany. He tries to warn me off Piston, claims that my father is into some Very Bad Stuff. But I can’t just walk away without meeting him. I have to see for myself.
So Crow declares himself my protector, the Blue Devils MC my unlikely new family.
I came to discover my past…but I think I’ve found myself a new future in the most unlikely of places.
She wouldn’t last five minutes out here on her own. She’s in her early twenties, bright-eyed and enthusiastic, naive as all hell. She sticks out like a sore thumb.
She’s also impossibly gorgeous, and I can’t seem to keep myself away from her. She’s Piston’s daughter though, and that is Bad News. I keep telling myself to keep my distance, but certain parts of my anatomy seem to be overriding everything else.
If I can’t stop her from seeing Piston, then at least I can protect her from him. But at some point or another, we’re gonna need to deal with Piston and his new links to the Chupacabras. I just hope that when we do, I don’t lose Faith along with him..