Tank (Black and Blue Series Book 1)


To fulfill his desire to help abused women and children, Tyler Wilde moves into his inherited grandfather’s cabin in Black Widow, Texas, with the intent of joining a local biker’s club with the same purpose. When he encounters his childhood crush Annie Carter, old feelings surface but need to be suppressed when he notices the bruises she’s trying to hide. To further complicate the situation, Annie is not only engaged, but to her abuser, the local Chief of Police. Tyler must find a way to convince Annie that he can help her escape her tormentor and find happiness.  

This contemporary romance is a fresh and interesting look at motorcycle clubs, showing members who do good works and help their community. Although there are some editing issues, the story is well-crafted and nicely paced with well-defined characters and enough twists to keep one turning the pages until the very end. Although it touches on the disturbing subject of domestic abuse, this tale doesn’t overwhelm the reader with misery. Instead it handles the subject with sensitivity and taste, delivering a compelling story of hope, survival, and love. With plenty of drama and secondary characters that add depth and richness to the storyline, this unforgettable novel warms the heart and will appeal to readers of many genres. 

Janna Shay