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The sins of her father will be her undoing...unless a hero rides to her rescue.

As the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks nears, Silk struggles to avoid all reminders of the day she was orphaned. She’s working hard in her tattoo shop, Silky Ink, and working even harder to keep her eyes and her hands off her bodyguard, Eagle. She’d love to forget her sorrows in his strong arms.

But Eagle is a prospect in the Charon MC, and her uncle is the VP. As a Daughter of the Club, she’s off limits to the former Marine. But not for long. As soon as he patches in, he intends to claim Silk for his old lady. He’ll wear her ink, and she’ll wear his patch.

Too late, they learn that Silk’s father had dark secrets, ones that have lived beyond his grave. When demons from the past come for Silk, Eagle will need all the skills he learned in the Marines to get his woman back safe, and keep her that way.

©2020 Khloe Wren (P)2020 Blackstone Publishing

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  • 07-24-20

The female narrator was hard to listen to.

The female narrator almost made me stop listening. Her accent was constantly changing and her delivery was overly dramatic. Her voice brought to mind the image of a character in an old mob movie; complete, at times, with a raspy tone that only comes from too many years of smoking and hard drinking. She sounded much older than the character was supposed to be.

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  • 11-22-20

Could not handle the female narrator.

Difficult to listen to. the female narration is confusing. Could not tell the age of the characters. Very difficult!

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  • Mezmerising
  • 09-28-20

Eagle

I read this when it first came out and I was so excited to hear it was coming out in audio. And the narrators do not disappoint. David does an amazing job changing between all the different characters throughout the story. And the emotion evident in Tierans voice when she’s reading really bought the feelings to life. An amazing production and I’m looking forward to listening to more in this series.