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The Reaper's Angel

The Reaper's Angel

79.7K Reads 3.6K Votes 9 Part Story
Alice Cooper By Sk8erGamerLover Updated Apr 25, 2015

Dani Augustus has heard about the Devil's Riders. Everyone in their small town had. The motorcycle club was both feared and respected. For years, she had successfully avoided crossing paths with them. All of that changes when their VP rides back into town. 

	Dixon Carter, also known as the Reaper, was just released from a five years prison sentence three years early. With his new found freedom, he has decided that he wants to make sure the club is safe from any outsiders. When an innocent gets involved in one of the raids, he feels responsible for her getting shot. He's now vowed to take care of her, whether she wants it or not.

FinePineapple FinePineapple Oct 14, 2016
Is it just me or is Dani a little to chill when her coworkers were getting shot/pronounced dead??
Montana2013 Montana2013 Jun 20, 2015
Sounds like it's going to be a very good story. Very well written, and already has me hooked. Have a great weekend.
                              Hugs, Rayne
INeedAHero INeedAHero Apr 04, 2015
Wow what a dramatic action packed prologue! I can't wait to read more
That_Nerd_Is_Here That_Nerd_Is_Here Mar 31, 2015
This is really well written, as I'm reading it I can visualize everything happening. Your a fantastic writer :)
CelineDubios21 CelineDubios21 Mar 30, 2015
The way you wrote the beginning has me itching for more which is good to have to get readers interested and you are very descriptive which is great I can't wait to read more.
zomaniac zomaniac Mar 26, 2015
So i found this book out of nowhere and started reading. 
                              I thought I would add this to my library and read it later. 
                              Turns out your book has got me interested and addicted within the boundary of one chapter. So...I guess I am going to have to continue reading. 
                              Great work! I support you!