Fury by Cat Porter
"The BEST book I've read this year...if you are ready for a beautiful, emotional journey, buckle up."- Autumn Jones Lake, USA Today bestselling author
Taken prisoner by an enemy motorcycle club, a defiant young biker and a kidnapped girl find love in the dark jaws of hell.
Risking their lives and his club, Finger helps Serena escape. On the run, they are desperate to put their terrible scars behind them and be together, but danger lurks everywhere. There is nowhere safe, no “normal” for these two lovers hiding from a chaotic and brutal criminal underworld.
Murder and mayhem tear them apart, and when Finger is jailed, Serena disappears. Armed with a new name, alone in a new city, Serena builds a new life for herself. While a tortured Finger forges his own outlaw empire.
Years later, their worlds collide, and that unmistakable fire blazes between them, that never forgotten hunger. Their hearts are just as wild and fierce as ever, no matter the sacrifices they’ve made, the empty years apart, the blood spilled.
Now a fearsome MC president, Finger wants her back, and nothing and no one is going to stop him.
Not even the fiery and independent Serena.
Brewed on vengeance, laced with tenderness, my fury for you.” - Finger
FURY is a gritty, emotional, and epic biker romance saga with a bite of dark, plenty of nasty, and a hell of a lot of raw love. This novel is a standalone read in the series.
READING ORDER of the Lock & Key Series world of Meager, SD for greatest enjoyment:
- Lock & Key
- Random & Rare
- Iron & Bone
- Blood & Rust
- Fury (can be read as a standalone)
- Lock & Key Christmas
- The Dust and the Roar*
- The Year of Everything*
*The Dust and the Roar and The Year of Everything (origins stories) can also be read immediately after Lock & Key and Random & Rare.
**This steamy, romantic suspense novel is a motorcycle club romance / second chance romance / coming of age romance full of anti-hero alpha hotness. This novel includes graphic violence, language, sex, and disturbing material some readers may find objectionable.**
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