The devil might be a liar, but this undercover cop won't allow the truth to stand between him and his curvy soulmate.
Creed "Devil" Thomas
Six months ago, I traded my badge for a cut.
My assignment is simple.
Embed myself with the Diamond Kings and find a way to take down their rival, the Savages.
And then Jessie Long waltzes in.
Everything about her makes my blood boil.
She's too young, too innocent…too mine.
When she finds out who I really am, she'll hate me.
Unless I find a way to permanently tie this rebellious little spitfire to me.
I used to think my brother, Risk, was the grumpiest biker I knew.
That was before Devil joined the Diamond Kings.
Every time I turn around, he's there. Watching me. Ordering me around.
Something about him makes me want to misbehave just to drive him wild.
But Devil isn't who he says he is. I'd stake my life on it.
This gorgeous man is up to something, and I intend to find out what.
The only problem?
The closer I get to the truth, the more I realize finding it might just destroy us both.
This OTT possessive older man will break all the rules to claim his feisty soulmate in this sweet and steamy age-gap romance from Nichole Rose. If you enjoy growly men on a mission, curvy heroines, and gritty MC romance, you'll love Creed and Jessie's story!
Everything is bigger in Texas. The men, their bikes, their guns, and even their hearts. On the biggest ranch in West Texas, you’ll find the Diamond Kings MC. A group of tough, growly bikers happy with their solitary existence. Until love walks in and challenges them to the ultimate test. It’s time for them to man up and accept their fate or they’ll lose their soulmates forever.
Eight of your favorite authors are bringing you stories from The Diamond Kings' Ranch. Come along with us as we take these MC brothers on the ride of their lives.
Nichole Rose writes filthy, feel-good romance for curvy readers. Her books feature headstrong, sassy women and the alpha males who consume them. From grumpy detectives to country boys with attitude to instalove and over-the-top declarations, nothing is off-limits.