Series: Butcher Boys (Book 5)
"Early evening commuter traffic slows us down, and we break formation more than once to flank the stationary vehicles at the lights and file through the gaps. Children look on with keen interest as the low thud of engines ricochets off the cars they travel in. Their parents do their utmost best to pretend we don't exist. It's a beautiful contrast, highlighting the acceptance of innocence over the jaded preconceptions of the experienced. Kids don't pass judgement on others due to their appearance, name, or beliefs. It's how society as a whole should be, but somewhere along the way we get corrupted and swayed to believe in a convenient truth. Some more so than others."
Bronx is sexy, built, and has a hell of a past. He knows the type of man he is and doesn't believe he is good enough to have a happily ever after.
Ryan is beautiful, curvy and still trying to learn about her past. She is living in hell hoping someone will tell her what happened 12 years ago that turned her life upside down.
Devil Smoke is Bronx's story. This can be read as a standalone but it is recommended that you read the series in order. The story is fast paced, does include drugs and violence, and does have some twists. Loved the ending! It is told in multiple POVs.
If you enjoy MC books then this series is right up your alley.
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