What Doesn’t Destroy Us ( The Devil’s Dust #1) by M.N. Forgy

Book Description:

Published:June 26, 2014

When Dani’s sheltered life is turned upside down by her mother’s secrets, she finds protection with her estranged outlaw father. Against all warnings, she falls for bad boy biker, Shadow. He is beast and beauty sealed in a leather cut with a gun holster. Can Dani learn to live within the Club rules? Is she more like her father than she could imagine?

Shadow has grown up among drug addicts, whores and murderers. The only family he’s ever trusted has been the Devil’s Dust motorcycle club. He will do anything for a brother; even kill. In fact, killing is so easy, he’s made a career of it. His one regret is not being able to kill his own worthless mother. When Dani shows up with her provocative temper and innocent charm, Shadow begins to question his violent lifestyle. But can he trust her with his demons?
Will Dani and Shadow let family ties destroy them?

Review –

I haven’t read very many motor cycle club book, but this one had me hooked from the very beginning.

Dani grew up with a very protective mother and due to circumstances they are forced to seek help from Dani’s father, the President of The Devil’s Dust motor cycle club and she meets Shadow.

Shadow had a very hard childhood and  was adopted into the family of his best friend, Bobby after completing Juvie, and later into the Devil’s Dust MC. He cannot deny the attraction that he feels towards the President’s Daughter, but that could potentially be a death sentence for him because she is clearly hands off. Will he be able to control his desire and stay away from Dani, or is he going to risk it all to be with her.

Well, I won’t give anything away but boys will be boys, and tell them to stay away from a girl is a sure fired way to make him want her more. 

The more Dani is exposed to the motor cycle club members and especially Shadow, she discovers that she  has always had her rebellious tendencies underneath, and that her mother tried to keep her true self from surfacing.

The end of this book is wild and things are going to get bad for Dani because of something her mother does.

Can’t wait to continue this series.





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