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  • I adore Doom & Lyric!!!!

    I absolutely adore Doom and Lyric! These two are absolutely amazing! Their story touched my heart, and brought feelings of hope to the forefront! I've loved all of the Dogs of Fire MC stories, including the original and Savannah Chapters, but Quieting the Biker's Rage just may be my favorite story yet! Lyric is a hard working lawyer, who has a run of bad luck. An accident leads to her meeting Doom, and they have an immediate connection, even in the rough circumstances they meet in. She has a good life, overall, but something is missing, and she turns to Doom to fill that void. Doom is a volatile man. He has a secret past that has made him into who he is, affects everything about his life. He is full of darkness, and anger, until Lyric enters his life. He isn't able to deny the pull to her. Their story is full of anger, and pain. The story of Doom's past made my heart hurt for him. Lyric is exactly what he needs to move past the hurt! The further I read, the more I was convinced that they were absolutely perfect for each other. I loved their connection. This story had everything I want in an amazing story. Plenty of heat, plenty of love, a little mystery, a little danger, and a HEA. What more can you ask for?!?

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  • No keeping quiet about how this amazing story

    I honestly don't know where to start with this wonderful story. I always enjoy reading the Savannah Chapter, Dogs of Fire. The members are to die for and their old ladies are a total hoot. Lucky for me they play a major part in this story of Doom, VP of the Savannah chapter and Lyric, an attorney. Doom has a black cloud hanging over his head. He channels his inner Eeyore very well. He seems quite happy being cold, mean and unapproachable. Who chooses to be that miserable?? I thought Doom did, but the I realized he was protecting his heart and I get that. This is one dark guy that is easy to fall for, want to reach within the pages and give him a hug just to watch him squirm. Lyric is a defense attorney that has a sweetness about her. Her past does not own her. Tragedy does not influence her daily life. She is stronger than her past. I couldn't help but give this woman my respect. Doom and Lyric are total opposites making their journey to love and a happily ever after all the better. Her inner strength is to be admired and if you are Doom, feared. Lyric is absolutely brilliant. She knows what she is doing. She knows what she wants. No matter what, she protects what is hers and what she loves. She just needs to think a little more before she acts. The emotional volleying in this story was very entertaining. When they were hot the room steamed up . When they were cold, the room needed a roaring fire. The cheering section of old ladies made it even better. As you can see I really liked the romance side of this story. But it was so much more. Quieting the Biker's Rage wasn't just a romance. The Portland Biker tensions land right in the lap of the Savannah Chapter. No one is safe. Lives are threatened and tensions continue to grow. They go on the defensive. It isn't just the club that is in danger. Lyric's past comes back to haunt her. Those around her fear for her life. It is time to circle the bikes and protect their own. Love their own.

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  • Love it!

    Once again, Piper Davenport has written a book that I had a VERY hard time putting down. I loved the addition of the crossover characters added or mentioned in the book. But don’t let that scare you off if you are new to Ms Davenport. I’ve become a fan of her writing, true, but I have yet to read all her previously written books (but I’m slowly working on it). So I didn’t “know” all the crossover characters, but never once felt “lost”. Doom (such a cheery road name) and Lyric make such a odd duo. She has such a strong, independent personality, she and Doom/Lincoln are bound to bump heads. There are definitely some twists and surprises in store for these two, and that has to be one of the things I liked best about their book. If you haven’t read Piper Davenport, I urge you to give her books a try. If you’re anything like me, you’ll love the too.

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