Consumed By Rage by Zara Teleg
Four years ago, I had it all… until one night changed everything. Now I am trapped in a prison of lies where my heart is locked away with my secrets. Rage has stirred things in me I thought I could never feel again. He thinks he can get through. But I can’t give in… I mustn't… for his sake and mine. I won’t let the ghosts of my past hurt anyone else.
As a member of the Stained Souls Motorcycle Club and MMA fighter, I was once a well-known and feared man in this town; now I am returning a stranger. Being home reminds me of the losses that have turned my soul dark and built my walls high. Until I met Juliet, the sexy yoga instructor who has invaded my every thought. Her light shines so brightly, it is like a beacon calling to me, cutting through my darkness. But there is something hidden behind her eyes, and she’s got walls as tall and thick as mine.
Can these two damaged souls resist the urge to be together?
Or will secrets and lies destroy them both?
Consumed by Rage is a complete standalone and a part of the Stained Souls Series. (Book 1)
Consumed by Rage contains adult language and situations. It is a slow burn romance that combines hot bikers and sweet and sexy yoga instructors.
Consumed by Rage is the debut novel of author Zara Teleg.
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