NOMAD OUTLAWS Trilogy
by Tory Richards
Nomad Outlaws #1
by Tory Richards
I grabbed Ginger by the hand and pulled her out of the room, down the hall and to the bathroom. Her resistance was futile, her fear unimportant. I knew what I had to do, and if she were smart, she’d realize it, too. If she wanted to live. I opened the bathroom door and yanked her inside, thankful that I found it empty. It was filthy, but better than nothing, and it had a shower that everyone used when they felt the need to be clean, which wasn’t often.
Ginger spun around when I shut the door, the look of a trapped animal in her pretty blues. I ignored her growing terror, steeling myself for what I had to do. Even behind closed doors I had to make it real, had to be convincing that I was an unfeeling bastard. I saw her swallow, could see her tits rising and falling rapidly as the fear of the unknown overwhelmed her. She was expecting the worst, preparing herself to do whatever she had to do to survive.
REVIEW: Rebel is uncover at the Red Devil’s Motor Cycle club. He goes in ….. finds the dirt …. then he and his “proper” MC Dark Menace disband the Red Devil’s.
But first Rebel has to be “initiated” he has to have sex with a virgin.
Now, Rebel has no problem sleeping with women, but they have to be of legal age and willing, and this unwilling girl is anything but.
She looks well underage under all the dirt and oversized clothing. But he has to look to be doing the part of a new sleazy member of the club.
So after telling the club leader to go away, he drags the young girl to the bathroom to clean up before he does the deed….
Ginger was kidnapped whilst walking home from work.
Bundled into a van, scared and alone, she never thought it would happen to her. She fought her kidnappers, but still she was taken off the streets. Kept a prisoner until a biker took her virginity and then helped her escape. The biker gang had disappeared, but Ginger had kept moving from town to town, afraid they would find her, and take her back.
We catch up with Ginger 4 years later …..
She’s working Bike week at Daytona Beach, a waitress in a bar.
She likes the area, but she knows not to get attached to a place for long.
Saving her meagre wages, living on the bare minimum, she needs savings, she needs to make amends !!!!
And then her worse nightmare comes true …
Rebel has found her (but she thinks he’s a Red Devil biker) she thinks he’s going to take her back, he’s got another thing coming …
Rebel has been looking for his angel, and now he’s found her. On the pretence of collecting the money she stole from him, he has a way back into her life.
The ending is all too familiar, but all the gruff taking and posturing had me a little jaded by then….
It’s told from both points of view.
And it seems to be the newest genre, where the men are men and the women are grateful !!
it’s retold in a blunt fashion, and for me a little too blunt ….
It’s well written, but I didn’t get my usual connection when a male is being “an alpha male” and I’d rather read from the 3rd persons point of view (but that’s my preference)
Nomad Outlaws #2
by Tory Richards
Jace is a nomad.
An outlaw biker who likes to work alone.
A killer when he needs to be.
He calls no place home, and no woman owns his heart.
REVIEW: Luna is running, running from an abusive relationship.
And when she finish stops running, it’s ends with her being in a small town in the middle of nowhere, but that’s how she likes it now, Luna is wary and she doesn’t want her ex to find her.
Living in a small cabin that her grandparents owned is the answer to her prayers.
But the motorcycle club that is on the other side of the lake isn’t, she doesn’t want trouble, and as she hasn’t lived there long she doesn’t know what to expect.
Luna gets jumped on by a large friendly dog, and the owner apologises and they talk, whilst talking several motorcycles stop, and Luna meets Casey’s (dog owner) partner, and Jace ……
We read about Jace in book one. He seemed like a pretty ok guy, but looks can be deceiving…..
He’s a nomad biker (no affiliation with a club, a muscle for hire) and he’s in town to catch up with the Wreckers (the motorcycle club in town)
Jace can’t take his eyes off the blonde in front of him, brunettes are usually his thing, or maybe a redhead or two.
And after she shoots him down in flames, he’s interested, but knows she’s not the type of woman to be a”old lady” (a term bikers use for a partner) and so he doesn’t give her too much thought.
Luna and Jace catch up pretty soon and the chemistry is hot between them, but Luna doesn’t want another domineering man in her life, the last one was more than enough for her.
And when Jace decides that he can’t give Luna what she wants, he rides away and doesn’t look back ….
Luna is heartbroken, she’d fallen hard, and although she never asked Jace for commitment, she felt they had a connection, but with Jace riding away from her, it looked like it was all on her part.
And when Luna’s old abusive boyfriend finds her, and Jace finds out !!!! Will he get back to her in time to rescue her ? And if he does, what does that mean for the couple ? Will he want to settle in one place ?
You’ll have to read it to find out.
Nomad Outlaws #3
by Tory Richards
Moody had had it all once, and had lost it in a heartbeat. Now he goes through life as a cold, heartless nomad. A man to avoid and be afraid of, uncaring that each day could be his last. He gives a fuck about nothing and no one, until an innocent woman appears out of nowhere, unafraid of his fury, challenging his demons, making him want to live again. Is he strong enough to let her into his heart?
REVIEW: We meet Becket James (Moody) in the last book (dangerous) he owns a bar, But is also a biker, a nomad, no affiliation with another motorcycle club. He goes when and where he wants.
He loved someone once, and she died, so his heart is now protected by a wall of ice. We find out more through the book.
He isn’t happy when he finds an underage girl working his bar, and fires her on the spot. Then taking his anger out on one of the “Willing” waitresses (she’s had her eye on him for a while) and when the red head leaves, but catches moody and the waitress going at it in his office !!! ….. sparks fly !!!! He can’t get her out of his mind, but that doesn’t stop him from having fun with the waitress (well, he had a need, she was willing, so he “did her”) cold and clinical !!!! Just the way he likes it, the way he now operates, he does need anyone anymore, he can’t afford, nor want to invest in anyone anymore.
Bailey needed a job, and being fired from the last one she was still smarting, she was a hard worker and she thought she was doing ok, but being told your an underaged innocence would be laughable (she isn’t underage and she certainly isn’t an innocent) and catching her boss screw a waitress over his desk shouldn’t have turned her on ….. but it did !!!
Bailey and Moody come to verbal blows again as she’s out one evening with a friend and visits the old bar, seeing her old work mate struggling with customers, Bailey steps in and gives a hand ….. but who turns up ? The boss, it doesn’t go down well, and as he drags her to his office to shout at her some more, a kiss is thrown in the mix (moody doesn’t kiss, and he never faces the women he has sex with). The relationship between the men and women of the Nomad Outlaw MCs is raw and gritty, with, what on the surface, is a dubious lack of respect but in the end, our heroes and heroines fall head over heels, for the men and women they love
The storyline has Bailey trying to befriend Moody, she needs something from him, otherwise a close friend will get hurt.
Will she be able to find what she’s looking for ? And if Moody finds out she’s only pretending to like him how will he take it ?