Club life isn’t for everyone, but for me—it was everything.
I was a man who’d always demonstrated loyalty, pride, and grit. My brothers and those around me knew I was someone they could trust, that I would always hold true to my word. They knew I’d never waver or show signs of weakness when it came to my commitment to the club, and as the new president of Satan’s Fury Memphis, I knew exactly what I had to do.
Then, I met her … Samantha Travers—a woman who consumed me and I knew there would never be another.
Twenty-one-year-old Clarice Parker is in love with Gus Smith since she was a teenager. He’s her favorite Rock Star. When she applied to an internship for the Famous magazine, she didn’t expect her first task to be to interview the man of her dreams. She thought she had no chance of ever having him. Men like him could sleep with anyone and he wouldn’t pick her, or so she thought.
Gus Smith is a worldwide famous singer. He could have any woman on the planet, but he chose Clarice Parker. The only thing in the way is her job, but Gus isn’t the kind of guy who takes no for an answer. He’ll do anything in his power to seduce her, make her his. His quest is not a matter of if but when she’ll give in.
Jessa Allen knew she was plain and average. Yes, she was brainy and successful in her career as a senior writer for the popular Lifestyle by Design magazine, but she wasn’t a raving beauty who easily attracted hunky, gorgeous men like Rob Granger even if her well-meaning friends wanted her to believe she was. So when Rob asked her out, she was shocked. A seriously handsome man who had magnetism she couldn’t seem to escape wanted her. That wasn’t something that happened everyday.
Rob Granger was instantly attracted to Jessa Allen. She wasn’t the usual type he went for but there was something alluring about her that drew him like a moth to a flame. But he was a self-confessed playboy who had absolutely no plans to be tied down by any woman. He valued his freedom, first and foremost and his expanding business was the only thing he was committed to. But he was intent on satisfying his intense desire for Jessa.
They both didn’t want to fight their physical attraction for each other. But Jessa found herself falling for the man who could not promise her tomorrow. And Rob was set on only having a short fling with Jessa especially when they lived in different states – he in Melbourne and she in Sydney.
Could Jessa trust herself not to fall apart when the time came to let Rob go? And could Rob ever find freedom in what he considered as a prison to be avoided at all cost?