Backfire
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Backfire by E.M. Lindsey

07/27/2021

The last thing Smokey should let himself want is this man, but he can’t seem to stay away…


Every time Smokey stares at the President patch on his cut, he feels like an imposter.  After all, that was not the life he was supposed to lead.  In his former club, he did what they asked, when they asked, and that was enough for him.  But thirty years later and the fate of the Broken Chains resting on his shoulders, all eyes were on him.

Smokey had enough to deal with after the VP of Satan’s Souls got carted off to prison on his watch, but now there’s a dead man in an alley with a cut bearing the name of The Cobras.  And Smokey knows they’re not prepared to handle the consequences if the Cobras’ President thinks they’re responsible.

However, the dead man isn’t the worst part: The only witness is a civilian.

Eliah Burns was in the wrong place at the wrong time, and it seems like fate really has it in for Smokey, because Eliah is also the one man he’s been avoiding.  Eliah has been in Smokey’s periphery for years, his little brother’s favorite professor—and he’s also the one-night stand Smokey hasn’t been able to forget.

Now Eliah’s in Smokey’s home, hiding from the men who want him dead, and Smokey’s trying to keep his heart from tripping and falling for a man he shouldn’t want while learning who is trying to set his club up to start a full on war.


Broken Chains MC is a Motorcycle Club Romance series with dubious morality, mild violence, and happily ever afters.

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