Excerpt UnScrew Me by Hayley Faiman

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UnScrew Me by Hayley Faiman

Thirty-two and single, Presley wants to start over. She’s only going through the motions–just breathing, not living. It isn’t the life she’s always imagined.

She should be married, with a little house and a few children, maybe even a labrador to greet her after a long day of teaching third graders.

Treasurer for the Savage Beast MC, Silver lived life hard. At forty-five he’s seen and done it all–twice.

A single father in need of someone who could love him, and his boy. He’s given up on ever finding a woman who fit him–fit them.

Two people breathing. Two people wanting to be loved. One an outlaw. One an innocent. Two people who could not be more opposite, yet when their worlds collide, so does their chemistry.

Excerpt UnScrew Me by Hayley Faiman

“Not wasting a second of my life. It’s a miracle I’ve lived this long. That means, I found a woman that I want to share my bed and my home with, a woman I could see making a bigger family with, then I’m putting the work into it. I’m putting this shit on fast forward. I am not fucking around, especially not after I almost lost you,” he explains.
Nodding, my fingers twitch. “The branding?”
He smiles slowly, but his eyes look almost sad. “A real brand, with a branding iron. It binds you to me. You’ll also have your own cut so that nobody can mistake who you belong to. The brand is just for my club though, for me,” he explains.
“You can’t mean it, with a branding iron?” I gasp.
He lowers his head, his lips brushing my own. “I mean it, Presley. This is my life, this is what needs to be done. I’ll put a ring on your finger, I”ll give you the wedding you want, but babe this is non-negotiable.”

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