Deacons Of Bourbon Street Series, Book 3
ebook, 216 pages
When the biker who broke her heart rides into town, a woman must choose between passion and duty. Jackie Ashenden ups the ante in a seductive series co-written with Megan Crane, Rachael Johns, and Maisey Yates.
Leonidas “Blue” Delacroix might be the prodigal son of New Orleans aristocrats, but the Deacons of Bourbon Street are his real family. And with their patriarch murdered, Blue wants nothing more than to unleash hell on the motorcycle club’s enemies—even if it means taking up arms against the girl who used to be his best friend. She’s done quite a bit of growing up, and suddenly their chemistry is red-hot. But where’s the line between ruthless seduction and sweet temptation?
For Alice Day, loyalty is everything. When Blue skipped town, she had no choice but to adopt a new family: their rivals, the Graveyard Ministry. Seeing him again reawakens old feelings . . . and fiery fantasies. Alice could never forget the scent of leather on his skin—just as she could never forgive the sting of his betrayal. But while the Ministry has treated her like one of their own, Blue is part of her soul. And as their liaisons hit the boiling point, Alice trusts her heart with the deadliest choice of her life.
Blue is what is picture my ideal biker. He’s hard, raw and just this side of crazy. Rough, in your face and all alpha. He will do what it takes to restore the club and avenge the man who gave him his life. Not even the one woman, who crossed his thoughts more times over the years, sway him from his goal. Well bend him a little.
Alice is a bold woman in the MC world. She did what she had to, when the town went to shit after Katrina. Protecting herself became her number one goal. She may have traded sides but when it comes down to the wire, you see where loyalty lies.
Hard, raw and sexy. A fast well written read that hits you in all the right spots. Chemistry, passion, twists and action. Everything to keep the readers turning the pages. Hold Me Down is sexy and entertaining. My favorite of the Deacons Of Bourbon Street series thus far.