Dylan by Rebecca Joyce EPUB & PDF – eBook Details
- Author: Rebecca Joyce
- Language: English
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“Reaper wants us at the club in an hour. He wants to patch in Bones and
Stitch,” I heard her say as my beautiful woman walked out onto the back
deck drinking a cup of coffee. It was a beautiful fall day and the only plan I
had was to see how fast I could get my woman out of her clothes and onto her
Life slowly returned to normal after the showdown with Ascari.
Goldman and the Society had disappeared after the wedding. No one had
heard anything from them in months. The new clubhouse was finally finished
and the brothers were all moved in.
Ravage and the rest of the Tennessee
chapter also helped build a few houses on the property, so that married
couples wouldn’t have to live in the clubhouse. Mainly they did it because
Reaper was tired of hearing Remi complain about the mess and club sluts
around the kids, saying the club brothers were setting a bad example.
Grabbing my woman around the waist, I placed her on my lap and
nuzzled her neck, eliciting a soft moan from her. “I don’t want to go. Let’s
stay here and see if we can scare the birds away.”
She laughed as I expected her to. “We haven’t scared them away yet.
What makes you think this time will be any different?”
Grinning, I pinched her nipples as I murmured, “I have a plan.”
She moaned as I cupped her breast and rolled her nipples between my
fingers, kissing the back of her neck. “That’s going to have to wait till later.
Reaper also said he has important shit to bring up in church.”
Sighing, I leaned back and groaned, “Can’t he leave us the fuck alone?
get that he wants to build the club back up but he’s pushing it too far. Hell,
three of the former brothers haven’t even returned. He’s got Remi persuading
Jess and Savage to come back and don’t even get me started on the new
members. I don’t even know half of them and they are annoying.”
“You mean your annoying cousins?” Lena asked smartly, her eyebrows
raised, looking exasperated.
“You know who I mean,” I mumbled.
“Bones and Stitch?” she asked as I nodded. “They’re good guys Dylan.
Bones is a former firefighter whose dad died in one of the towers on 9/11. He
then joined the Army, serving three tours in Iraq and as for Stitch, he is a
former Airforce doctor who served two tours in Afghanistan.”
“Airforce,” I muttered, mainly to myself but loud enough for her to hear.
“Well, maybe you shouldn’t have recruited them then. We all can’t be
Marines, Marine,” she said, getting to her feet and walking back into the
cabin. Looking around the forest, my eyes narrowed, spotting the enemy as
they watched me with their beady little eyes, waiting for me to leave. Fucking
little bastards were hell-bent on making my life a living hell. Every time I
turned around, those flighty little bastards were using my back deck as their
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