Alone and scared after her mother’s death, Harley “Shaw” Hayes heads to Mission Beach to find the man she’d been hidden from her whole life, her father. Smokey Stone, president of The Rebels biker club, doesn’t even know she exists. Desperate for both money and independence, down on her luck, Shaw takes a job stripping in her father’s club while keeping her identity a secret. She never expects to fall for a biker.
Johnny “Boyscout” Kane may be a tattooed badass, but that doesn’t mean he can’t pull off a boy-next-door look. He’d once been lost, but The Rebels, and Smokey, had given him a home and a purpose. Befriending Shaw, the lost and broken newcomer, shifts the gears in his rusty heart. First he needs to get her off the stripper pole, and then in his bed. He’s treading a fine line between his club and his desire to have her.
Then Scout’s hopes—and Shaws life—are endangered when an obsessive millionaire makes Shaw an irresistible offer. Is Scout willing to risk losing her, to save her? She belongs in his bed, not some stranger’s. Shaw needs money, not a biker acting like her knight in shining armor. But when Scout discovers Shaw’s identity, is his loyalty to the club, or to the woman whose secret can ruin them both?