Moving to Phoenix Rising is everything Mounty said it would be. Pres or Cort is just like his uncle with the Badass vision and weird insight. Ranger couldn’t be happier with his new home and job. With Pres ordering choppers, Ranger is in his element. The perfect job, Brothers that believe in Badass and beautiful weather. If he could find a way to get some time with Freedom, life would be perfect.
Hade doesn’t seem to agree and tries to stop Freedom and Ranger from being together. Unfortunately, Cort got caught in the crossfire.
This book starts from the last page of Benga’s Rise.
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L. Ann started with the Baxters and is working on her seventh series, The Phoenix Series. While her books feature paranormal, FBI, ex-military and Badass Bikers, L. Ann is writing about the strong women that these men need in their life to help right the world’s wrongs and keep their small part of the world safe. The women are extraordinary, strong and determined to make a difference.
The men fight for right in every book. Yes, they kill people. Yes, the MC shoots at the bad guys’ feet to cause them pain. Yes, some throw tampons at each other regularly.
That being said, they do these things while stopping human trafficking, bringing their world into legitimate businesses, fighting gangs to keep drugs away from their town and kids, keep women sheltered safely while trying to stop domestic abuse. These are men that don’t leave a pack, team member or Brother behind. They don’t treat women as possessions and they don’t cheat. Respect takes on an honorable meaning. Women and kids are cherished. Everyone is looked out for and everyone is equal.
L. Ann has made amazing worlds, tackled the taboo subjects and made it easy to imagine living in a world where your protection comes from the vampires, shifters, freaky kids, military turned FBI and Bikers.
With readers writing about rereading the series over and over, she feels like she’s told her characters’ stories in a way that would make them proud.
Every book will make you laugh, every book will make you angry for the wrong that happens in the world. Every book will make you cry for the pain that a character feels. Every book gives you hope that we may just get it right yet.