Knights of Hell
"No matter what you do, or where you go, you'll always have Garcia blood inside you. This is the legacy that I am leaving for all of you," my father leans in real close.
"What if we don't want to be apart of it?" I speak up, turning all their eyes on me.
His eyes are narrowed, yet unreadable at the same time. He takes a seat in front of us as if it was just another day. Lifting his feet off the ground and placing them right on the table, crossing them.
"Then go, and don't ever expect for me or your brothers to come and find you."
It's been six years since Santana said goodbye to the life she once knew of a father who was apart of a biker gang and always dealing drugs. Therefore, she ran away from home to go live with her mom in the city of San Diego, leaving behind the two most important people in her life, her older brothers.
With no line of communication of whatsoever, she's been able to live normal life. Keeping mostly to herself, good grades, best friend, and maybe even a bit of social life. And the best part is there's no biker gangs, drugs, or death.
That is until her older brother shows up at her school out of blue with some devastating news about a danger she's been trying to avoid. And just like that the life she left behind is now starting to catch up to her a lot quicker than she'd hope so. That being said, Santana must now move back to the small town that she grew up in and face the threat that comes with it.
Of course that includes the annoying and devilishly, handsome biker-also her brother's right hand man, Maxwell. The man who has a way with his words and can make anybody melt.
Deciding to look the other way and go about her business, she rejects him and moves on. Yet, that doesn't stop Maxwell from trying to swoon her off of her feet and into her bed at every chance that he can get. Especially when she's the first girl to ever say no to him.
If only his words could save her from the life threatening danger that's is coming her way.