Berserkers MC: Bay Lake Chapter

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Every sin comes with a price. Mine? Getting involved in a world I have no business being part of.
They said I couldn’t do it. I did. They said I’d never get out, but I did.
Growing up a bikers daughter the cards were stacked against me from the day I was born.
Sex, drugs, violence it was everything I craved, the club gave me a reason to live after my dad was murdered.
But I got out, and now eight months later I’m being dragged back in, not kicking and screaming as I should, but welcoming it.
This time? This time I’m the target in a brewing war between the club I was born into and the ones who want to destroy them.
My only hope at survival is the pack and the four men who walked into my bar and into my heart, but can I trust them?
Everything I've ever known is a lie, including my entire life. Where will it lead? I'm afraid to find out. My reality twists and every truth has a price.
I am the Enforcer. The Reaper.


Warning. Dangerous Lies is a dark reverse harem series. Contains adult language, sexual content, graphic violence, including death, and deals with sensitive issues such as unwanted physical contact, drug use, abuse and PTSD. Reader discretion advised.

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What’s more dangerous? The lie? Or the ramifications that follow after the fact?
That’s what I’ve been asking myself. Secrets were told, trust broken, and sacred blood spilled. The puppet master has finally been unmasked.
My world has been flipped every way possible and I’m trying desperately to hold on to the life I knew, but like everything else, it’s a lie. Taking down The Power? Easy.
Taking down the man who started our game of guns, drugs, and violence will be a miracle.
Lies I’ll have to tell, trusts I’ll have to break in order to succeed could tear everything we’ve built, everything I’ve gained to pieces.
Clyde, Cass, Dalton, Cam, and all of the Berserkers. My rash decisions have cost them—and it won’t happen again. Ever. Club first.
I’m cutting the strings of the puppet master. The most dangerous crime lord on this side of the country, whose connection to me fuels the raging beast, the reaper inside. I’ve flourished. But some say emotional connections make you weak. I say bulls***. I’ll die for them, kill for them. And that is exactly what I’m going to do. While they plan reconciliation, I seek Retaliation.

 

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How do you take down a crime boss? Send death straight to his front damn door.
It only took six months. Even with four sinfully hot men on my side—and now in my bed—everything went to hell while I was in lockup for murdering my brother. My biological father is out to destroy not just me but our entire club, Sully has all but took over Bay Lake, and the National President is breathing down our MC chapter’s neck.
With Clyde having lost his damn mind, Cam’s been trying to save my bar, while Cass and Dalton pick up the slack where they can. We thought we’d have everything in the bag by now, but we were blindsided with Trevor.
But the Berserkers still own this town and are responsible for everything in it. We will take our vengeance. Even if it means committing the utmost sin.
So I’ve made a deal that will change everything.
I’m still the big, bad Reaper. And I look damn good wearing a temporary badge.

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“Washington 5 reports… Explosions rocked McNeil Island last night. Officers responded to the initial explosion at a warehouse in Meridian when a secondary incendiary device, detonated, at South Puget Sound Wildlife area where locals say, “Masked vigilantes, liberated a human trafficking hub that was being operated under officials’ noses.” Well Keith, I don’t know about you, but I think Washington police have some explaining to do.”

Well Shit...

Warning. Loose Ends is a why choose series with dark themes. Contains adult language, sexual content, graphic violence, including death, and deals with sensitive issues such as unwanted physical contact, drug use, abuse and PTSD. Reader discretion advised