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Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Saving the Preacher's Daughter by Piper Davenport

Title: Saving the Preacher's Daughter
Series: Dogs of Fire: Savannah Chapter #1
Author: Piper Davenport
Genre: MC Romance
Release Date: August 15, 2017

Preacher’s daughter Willow Miller's idyllic life is shattered in a matter of seconds. In the midst of a devastating heartbreak, she’s forced to evaluate everything she thought she believed in and make a choice...the man she thinks she knows or the man who sets her heart aflame.
Finn 'Dash' Lloyd doesn’t “do” good girls. He’s a newly patched member of the Dogs of Fire Motorcycle Club, and he’s enjoying all the perks that come with it. But when he finds himself thrust into the unwanted role of guardian, he realizes the good girl that captures his heart might just save his soul.
But Dash needs to figure out how to protect Willow from a threat buried deep in her past before it's too late.

“Dash and Willow, what a great ride.”
“I don't know how she does it but Piper has managed to inject the sweet with just enough spice.”
“This book was freaking awesome. Such a twisted storyline with bikers and religion.”


Innocent, religious Willow has been told to stay away from the local MC because they are sinners. In the blink of an eye, her whole world turns upside down and she must question everything she has been told. 

The Dogs of Fire MC is not your typical MC. They are not choir boys, but they are not 1%ers either. How will these two worlds come together?

I enjoyed this story very much. I like the unusual MC story. I’m also a fan of a story containing a virgin. Willow is a strong character with a sassy mouth and Dash is typical book boyfriend. I give this book 4 stars and look forward to reading more by this author.


Willow, the preacher's daughter, had been brought up to stay away from the sinners on motor cycles. But, even as a small child, she'd made her own judgments. When danger strikes, the MC are the people who step in to protect and support her.

Dash doesn't do sweet young things. Well, he didn't until Willow needed protection. There was no way he could be her body guard without touching her body. Something about her, the connection they felt from the first time he'd insisted on changing her tire despite her assurance she could do it herself. He liked her fire and strength all tied up with a ribbon of innocence.
Dash isn't the only brother she drew. The other knew not to touch, but they were there for her as well.

I found the leader's early opinion of the club involvement wasn't carried throughout the book. For a fairly new member, Dash seemed to have a lot of power and say without leadership involvement or approval. The relationship is the strongest part of the story and it was fun, hot, and I loved the banter and strength Willow showed along with the awakening of her sexuality
A recommend from me.
Reviewed for Words Turn Me On.

Piper Davenport is the alter-ego of New York Times Bestselling Author, Tracey Jane Jackson. She writes from a place of passion and intrigue, combining elements of romance and suspense with strong modern-day heroes and heroines.
She currently resides in the Pacific Northwest with her husband and two kids.


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