Warning: This isn’t a love story; it is a tragedy, a cautionary tale about the consequences of forbidden love between two people who tried to defy the rules defined for them and failed.
Damon “Preacher” Fox, vice president of the Silver Demons motorcycle club, has been in prison for club-related crimes. As his release draws near, he begins to reevaluate his choices in life, realizing that if he stays with the club, this wouldn’t be his last stint behind bars.
Suddenly Preacher finds himself doubting everything he’d ever known, wishing for things beyond the club. So when his sentence is up, instead of going back to the club, he embarks on a journey into the unknown. Just him and his motorcycle.
Deborah Reynolds is a sixteen-year-old runaway. Since leaving the clutches of her abusive stepfather and uncaring mother, she has been living on the road, dodging men with less than honorable intentions, fighting for her next meal while searching for meaning in a life she finds painful and pointless.
When Preacher and Deborah’s paths cross, sparks fly. Passion is instantly ignited, and within each other’s arms they find a sense of peace each had been lacking.
But life is about to catch up to Preacher; he can’t hide from the club he’d vowed eternal loyalty to. And Deborah, desperate to keep the one person who’d ever shown her any sort of kindness, finds herself caught between forces far more powerful and deadlier than she could have ever imagined.
The couple has a difficult choice to make. One that could forever change the course of their lives.
This is Preacher and Deborah’s story.
“You might think that you have nothing; you feel empty, unloved, and unwanted, thinking that you can claim nothing in this world as your own. But in the end—and it’s always in the end—you realize that you were wrong. That you had everything, everything you’d ever needed. But by then, it’s always too late.