Beard Up (The Dixie Wardens Rejects MC #6)

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Ghost [gohst] noun: the soul of a dead person, a disembodied, vague, shadowy spirit wandering among or haunting living persons; a mere shadow or semblance; a trace.

That noun sums up Ghost and what his life has become with painful precision. He is barely living, merely existing but never thriving. There wasn’t much that could pull him from the darkness he willingly inhabits…except one thing. Her.
She is the reason he’s done what he’s done, and his life has become what it has become.

He haunts his former life, lurking in the background, surviving on occasional glimpses of the only thing good that is left in his miserable life. The horror he has inflicted upon her is nothing compared to the terror that waits for her when someone moves in to take her from him.

The thing about being stuck in the past is that it is like walking through life backwards. She is always looking back, so she doesn’t see what is happening in front of her. Unfortunately for her, it turns out that the ghosts of the past aren’t nearly as terrifying as the monsters of the future.

They say that true love is like a ghost, something that many talk about but few have seen. It’s a good thing for that, too, because he’ll need that element of surprise to protect her. Hopefully when the dust settles, he’ll be able to resurrect more than just himself.

Book Info

  • Original Title:Beard Up (The Dixie Wardens Rejects MC #6)
  • Author:
  • Rating:9.16 / 10
  • Genre:Romance
  • Language:English
  • ISBN:-
  • ASIN:B0727R7H3G
  • Publisher:Published July 27th 2017

Content

Prologue


 Women are like bacon. They look good, smell good and taste even better. Unfortunately, each piece will slowly kill you.

 -Fact of Life

 Ghost

 Six years ago

 “Fucker’s deader than a doornail,” a man said, sounding almost disgusted.

 Someone snarled, and I tried to turn in the direction of the sound, but my limbs wouldn’t cooperate.

 “If you have nothing to add to this, you may leave,” a cool, calm voice practically purred. “Doctor?”

 “I have a pulse back, but I have had a pulse three times, and he’s coded in the back of the ambulance twice. He was pronounced clinically dead on scene, and then resuscitated himself on the way to the morgue. It’s very likely that his lungs are fried and nothing will help him. The respirator is breathing for him and keeping the blood circula...

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Recent Comments

Ash · 09-19-2018

Nice read...


Yaya · 09-18-2018

Awesome!! Loved it


Guest 2 · 09-18-2018

Good story


Pamzy · 09-18-2018

Sweet'n short & nice read


Krista · 09-18-2018

Wonderful book!


Ms. A · 09-18-2018

Good one!


Pamzy · 09-18-2018

Good read


hadel · 09-18-2018

lovely