Title: House of Payne: Loki
Author: Stacy Gail
Genre: Contemporary Romance/NA Romance
Release Date: February 27, 2020
…is falling apart. She’s penniless, jobless, and a week away from being evicted. Every last ounce of her misery can be dropped on the doorstep of one man—Loki, legacy member of the Gravediggers MC and tattooist at House Of Payne. One way or another, she’s going to make that monster pay.
…turns upside down when a long-legged beauty flips him onto his ass like she’s an escapee from a bad kung-fu flick. He has no clue who Alice Halliday is, but he’s determined to change that.
…are getting complicated. The vulnerable woman Loki sees hiding beneath a tough exterior fires up his protective instincts, and when he realizes Alice is up to her neck in all kinds of trouble, he’s determined to save the day. Sure, Gravediggers aren’t the usual kind of knight in shining armor, but Alice isn’t the usual kind of damsel in distress.
And damn, her distress is something else again.
Alice knows there are no heroes in real life, but Loki seems to be on a mission to prove her wrong. At every turn, he takes the pieces of her shattered world and builds a new one that revolves around him. But just as she begins to trust him to be the hero she needs, is he willing to let go of his Gravedigger ways to deal with the responsibility of taking care of all of her, including her heart?
WARNINGS: Due to scenes of mild violence, adult language/swearing and several explicit sexual scenes, this book is not intended for readers under the age of eighteen.
***This standalone contemporary romance contains violence, salty talk from both the hero and heroine, multiple sex scenes, and ultimately some serious Alpha male groveling. No cheating, no love triangles, no cliffhangers (but maybe a teensy glimpse of the start of a new series, heh). HEA guaranteed. Due to adult language and sexual content, this book is not intended for people under the age of eighteen***
A competitive figure skater from the age of eight, Stacy Gail began writing stories in between events to pass the time. By fourteen, she told her parents she was either going to be a figure skating coach who was also a published romance author, or a romance author who was also a figure skating pro. Now, with a day job of playing on the ice with her students, and writing everything from steampunk to cyberpunk, contemporary to paranormal at night, both dreams have come true.