CeeJay Rogers has been left alone with the legacy of the Hellraisers to contend with in a small town. Trying to bring her dreams of owning her own Tattoo Studio to reality, she's far too young and reckless to be shouldering the responsibility. She's doing everything she can to make enough money to pay off her father's dodgy debts before his old club take the house and the shop that he left behind. When her brothers come back with their best friend Stix, who she's loved for as long as she can remember, she has to fight back against the family reputation, and find a way to stop her Nomad brothers from settling down to resurrect the clubhouse that started all of this drama in the first place! The Hellraisers don't want the competition, the town doesn't want the hassle, and CeeJay definitely doesn't want to have to face Stix everyday of her life knowing that he'll never love her back the way she wants him to. But the Nomads have old scores that they want to settle ... and maybe Stix isn't as immune as he wants her to think he is.