Charlie “Chiz” Davis is a committed brother of The Priests MC, but even within the world of the outlaw motorcycle club, he’s considered to be a little extreme. His little quirks weren’t an issue in his role as Enforcer; in fact they were downright useful, although, occasionally they caused a problem or two. But now Chiz has been promoted to Sergeant at Arms, and he really should be on his best behaviour. When he gets carried away one night and goes too far, he decides to take a break and leave town while the dust settles. Andrea Broussard is a businesswoman first and foremost, although her business is somewhat unconventional. Her world is of her own making, she has no family or lover to share it with, because that is exactly the way she wants it. With no commitments during the holiday season she goes out for a quiet drink. A chance encounter brings two strangers together. Completely removed from their individual spheres, they find there’s a spark that they can’t ignore. When they return to their respective realities, they find that they’ve changed each other irrevocably. The bond that they’ve forged will be tested, but ultimately it will bring them strength, if they let it.
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Catherine lives with her husband and two children in the north of England, in the foothills of the Pennines, surrounded by the remnants of the Industrial Revolution, bleak moors and lush river valleys; a vast wealth of inspiration for any daydreamer with an overactive imagination. Powerless, the first self-published novel by Catherine, was the result of a journey that started in Fan Fiction, and surged through the catalyst that is National Novel Writing Month. Catherine is privileged to be part of a group of women who, as well as being soul friends, are all inspirational, motivating and supportive writers. They are the Freak Circle Press and you can find more information at their blog: www.freakcirclepress.com and on Facebook: www.facebook.com/freakcirclepress
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