DEMENTED SONS MC, IOWA SERIES
The Demented Sons MC Novels were the first series released. Start with Colton's Salvation and fall in love with each of these broken men that need special women to repair their fractured souls.
The army taught me to kill.
Every flex of hard earned muscle was for my country. I didnt need shit else except my rifle, my brothers, and the enemy. I was born to fight.
Then the military cut me loose.
Civilian life. Two words dirtier than the bloodshed downrange. I didn’t want my freedom.
I wanted my goddamn purpose back. I wanted my government issued M4 in my hands. I wanted to taste the grit of foreign soil. I wanted to fight until I drew my last breath...
Then she crossed in front of my path—carrying our child.
I loved the army.
Call me crazy, but I ate, breathed, and lived for combat. I’d have my brothers’ backs until the day we died. I was loyal to the core.
I sure as hell didn’t plan on having it taken from me—but sometimes sh*t happens.
Expendable. That’s what I was to the army. A broken soldier, cast to the side.
I needed the adrenaline rush of hitting the drop zone. I needed my rifle and the chaos of battle. I needed my goddamn honor back…The Demented Sons stepped in and gave me my reason to live.
Then she showed up and turned my world upside down.
I joined the Marine Corps to escape.
Betrayal left a bitter taste in my mouth and I didn’t care if I made it back alive. Too bad I lived when those around me died. What the actual f*ck…
I was no goddamn hero—no matter what that purple medal said.
Every day I was drowning. Until the Demented Sons found me. They forced me to fight, or die trying. They showed me they had my back. But I sure as hell would never need anyone again.
Then she strutted on stage and I was a goner.
The Marine Corps made me ruthless.
Able to kill a man without batting an eye—I was a cold, heartless bastard. I proved it by sleeping with my best friend’s wife the night of his funeral. Then I walked out the door.
She’d always been my greatest weakness and my biggest temptation, but she deserved better than me.
After taking one too many bullets, I was discharged from the Corps. I moved across the country and the Demented Sons became my family. I vowed to never see her again.
Then she begged me to help her disappear.