Pandemonium (MC Sinners Next Generation, #1) by Bella Jewel
on January 1st 1970
3.5 Royal Crowns
I am the good girl, the one who does no wrong. Daughter to a ferocious and strong MC President, I know what protection feels like. Until one night changes everything – and not a single person in the world can protect me from it, not even my dad.
Suffocating. Alone. Desperate.
I let my problems live deep inside until there is no longer anywhere to run. I need an escape. Anything to make the pain go away. Trouble comes for me, and I don’t fight it. I tried so hard to believe in what I was, But nobody understood.
Not until him. Not until Lucas.
He sees me. He believes in me. He refuses to let me drown. He’s my way out. My escape. But Lucas is forbidden. He’s a cop. I’m in danger. And my father is trying to protect what can’t be protected. There can only be one outcome. Pandemonium.
Ava is the very loved daughter of the president of the MC Sinners. She is very well protected and she is trying to branch out on her own and gain a little independence, this is something that does not make daddy happy!
One night changes everything. That bubble that Ava has been living in is completely demolished and there may be no coming back from this trauma! A rival MC makes sure to break Ava to the point that her daddy will feel it forever. They make sure to send their message in the most vile way.
Ava is lying broken and bleeding and is found by Lucas a local cop. Lucas has been broken too in ways that no one should ever experience. He see not only the traumatized girl, he sees in Ava’s eyes, exactly what lingers in his own. His story will break you.
Lucas is forbidden to Ava…. the MC Princess can not even be friends with a cop, let alone fall in love with one. Daddy Jackson knows what lurks in Lucas’ black heart and soul, and he definitely does not want it anywhere near his precious daughter.
Who do you think will win? One very badarse biker, or one very determined cop?
Read it to find out!
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