Wild Violets (Wild #3)

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Falling in love with Angel Rodriguez was the best thing that ever happened to Maggie Avery. But the world he lives in is a violent and volatile one, unlike anything she’s ever experienced before. More than anything she wants him to cut ties with the dangerous motorcycle club, but it isn’t that easy.

Once you’re in the club, there’s no getting out.

And once you’re in love, there’s no turning back.

Maggie’s intuition is screaming at her, but her heart beats so madly whenever Angel is around that it’s drowned out. Her overprotective brother, instantly disliking Angel, cautions her not to go. But love has a funny way of making a girl reckless.

Against her better judgment, Maggie leaves the safety of the family farm to go back on the road with Angel. He has club business to tend to – and this time he’s been instructed to do something unimaginable. Maggie fears it will destroy him.

While Angel is preoccupied with his vile assignment, Maggie has a terrifying encounter with a biker who’s even more deranged than anyone suspected. As ugly secrets from the past come to light and Maggie’s very life hangs in the balance, she feels everything begin to slip away. Is it the beginning of the end?

This book contains explicit adult situations.
It is the third part of the Wild trilogy.

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