- A broken man finds a woman worth living for in the new novel in #1 New York Times bestselling author Christine Feehan's Torpedo Ink motorcycle club series.
Kir "Master" Vasiliev doesn't care whether he lives or dies. He's a burnt-out shell with no one and nothing but his club. Whatever Torpedo Ink needs, Master will put himself in harm's way time after time. If he doesn't make it back, he's certain everyone will move on just fine.
Investment banker Ambrielle Moore knows her own mind, and she's not willing to settle for anyone. So when a second-rate gangster and his thugs try to coerce her into marriage—and giving up all of her family's money—she's having none of it. Until they turn to cold-blooded murder.
Grieving and enraged, Ambrie is ready to go scorched earth on her captors when Master shows up anticipating a damsel in distress. But Ambrie is nothing like he expected, and everything he never knew he desired...
The way Master saw himself is like how many of us likely see ourselves. We look in the mirror or within ourselves and see all the flaws. All the things we wish we weren't. We don't see ourselves like others see us. Those who care about us see us in an entirely different light.
Ambrielle grew up with loving and supportive parents. She had an amazing childhood and life. And in a horrific act of violence, everything was taken from her. She was left alone and in danger. And full of rage at those who'd so cruelly taken all the good from her life. One look at Master and Ambrielle knew this was a man who could help her. A man she could depend on to help keep her safe and, more importantly, help get revenge.
Master and Ambrielle saw something in one another that pulled them together. But even as Master worked to keep Ambrielle safe, others he cared about were being threatened.
The club had a terrible problem — Czar, Blythe, and their children were in danger. The entire club is on edge.
Layers of risk, danger, and struggle become a heavy burden and no one is safe.
— Christine Feehan
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