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Fire Me Up Series: Deacons of Bourbon Street #2
Genres: MC Romance
Can a scorching affair with a bohemian beauty tame a motorcycle man with a dark side? Rachael Johns takes the wheel in the sexy series co-written with Megan Crane, Jackie Ashenden, and Maisey Yates.
Travis “Cash” Sinclair values only two things from his days with the Deacons of Bourbon Street: his prized Harley Davidson and the man who gave it to him. But now Priest Lombard is gone, and Cash has inherited the Deacons' clubhouse—not to mentions its unexpected tenant. She's exactly the type of woman he tries to avoid: all incense and art, with a sharp tongue that promises trouble. So why does Cash want to push aside those flowing skirts and lose himself between her legs?
Billie Taylor fled a bad marriage to start a new life among the grit and glamour of the French Quarter. She refuses to let another man distract her from her dreams, especially an outlaw biker with nothing to offer except hot sex and an eviction notice. Cash is dangerous, with an untamed streak he tries desperately to conceal. He drives Billie wild, sending her too close to the edge for her own good. And she won't fall under his spell—or into his bed—without a fight.
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Returning to collect his part of the Deacons Motorcycle Club Cash (Travis) finds that the club house has been turned into an art studio. The death of Priest, his mentor and father figure, was hard for not only Cash but also the other inheritors Ajax, Blue, and Prince. However the circumstances surrounding his death may just be what pulls the Deacons back together.
Transplanted to the U.S.A Billie has her very own dream to own a gallery that allows her to express her art. She is in love with French Quarter and the clubhouse she has turned into her gallery. Now Cash is threatening all of those dreams by selling the building and moving on.
This left me with questions that I am still waiting to have answered such as what was Priest’s motivation in leaving things to those he did and what really happened to him. The story itself was very good and both Cash and Billie are wonderful characters. I am hoping to find out everything that happened soon!