Release Blitz: The Four Stages Of Loving Dutch Owen by Debra Kayn

THE FOUR STAGES OF LOVING DUTCH OWEN

by Debra Kayn
Publication Date: February 1, 2021
Tropes: Age Gap, Alpha Male, Forbidden Love
Genres: Adult, Saga Romance, Contemporary, Romance, Biker

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SYNOPSIS

Most people will frown on a relationship between Dutch Owen and Marla Marie.
Unless they were there from the beginning…

Dutch stole Marla Marie Smith when she was ten years old. She wouldn’t say kidnapped because she willingly left town with him. She’d even swear on her mother’s life that she gave him no choice but to keep her.

Thrust into a new lifestyle with Rachel and Skull, Marla fails to adapt to her new family, longing to go back home. Always on the outside, never belonging, she connects and relies on Dutch in a way that escapes her. With him, they have no secrets. She grows up trusting that he’ll never leave her.

Some will say he forced Marla Marie to love him. Maybe he had.
But he needs her as much as she needs him.

Riding for WAKOM Motorcycle Club, the open road is his home as he rides between the three chapters. The fallback of wearing the patch brings added risks to his life. But the biggest danger to his freedom comes in the form of a young girl. While he protects Marla Marie throughout the years from the world, his MC family, and himself, an unbreakable bond grows between them.

Until he finds himself in a situation where he must set her free and chance destroying them both.

—This is a saga romance novel that’ll take you through growing pains, stubborn rebellion, crippling heartache, and uninhibited passion.

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Marla backed out of the parking lot. Driving out of town, she refused to look in her rear-view mirror. She knew Dutch was there. The roar of his motorcycle penetrated the car.

Once she arrived home, she ran to the house. She locked herself inside and backed away from the door. What other option had Dutch given her?

He told her to go. He set her free.

He couldn’t come back and invade her space. How was she supposed to handle him being around?

The doorknob rattled, then stopped. She bit into her lower lip, holding her breath, knowing Dutch wasn’t the type of man to let a piece of wood stop him.

The door swung open. Dutch stepped inside, holding up a key.

She swallowed. Of course, he would have an extra key to the house.

She should’ve changed the locks. But if she’d done that, he wouldn’t have been able to get inside if he came back—which he had.

He looked around the room before landing his gaze on her. “I could use something to eat.”

“You should’ve stayed at the pool hall,” she said, breaking her silence.

He strode forward. She backed away from him, bumping into the wall.

Her pussy quivered in awareness. He lowered his head, putting his lips to her ear. “It’s not food I’m hungry for.”

Her back slid against the wall, and her eyelids closed when his tongue pulled her earlobe into his mouth.

He picked her up and carried her into the bedroom. As soon as she hit the mattress, she got a burst of energy and scooted to scramble off.

“You can’t walk in here and—”

“You want to see what happens every time I think about you.” He unlatched his belt, undid his fly, and pulled out his cock.

She stared at the angry hardness in his hand, paralyzed to move. There were times when she was growing up that she’d had the chance to see men in all their glory, but none of them had been Dutch.

“What are you doing?” she whispered.

“Doing what I’ve wanted to do for a long time.” He stepped up to the bed and grabbed her ankles, pulling her until she fell flat on her back. “Remember the orgasm you had, rubbing against me?”

She panted. That morning, alone with him at Rachel and Skull’s house, had replayed in her head every time she touched herself. Her experience was the most important thing to her because, for the last five years, that’s all she had.

“That was the sweetest thing in my memories, and every time I jerked myself off, it was your pretty, little face in front of me.” He gripped the hem of her shorts and yanked.

She gasped at the sudden rush.

His gaze lowered, and he growled. “That orgasm you had with me and every single one you’ve had without me will not come close to what you’re going to have tonight.”

Her heart thrummed—half in fear, half in pleasure.

ABOUT DEBRA KAYN

Debra Kayn is published by Grand Central Publishing, Simon & Schuster Publishing, Carina Press – Harlequin Enterprises Limited, and repped by agent, Stephany Evans of FinePrint Literary Management.

Believing everyone deserves to love and be loved, she takes the most unlikely characters and turns them into heroes and heroines.

She lives with her family in the Bitterroot Mountains of beautiful North Idaho where she enjoys the outdoors, the four seasons, and the wild animals that gather in her yard.

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Release Blitz: His Loyal Rebel by Debra Kayn

HIS LOYAL REBEL

by Debra Kayn
Patches: Tarkio MC, #4
Publication Date: December 15, 2020
Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Romance, Biker


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SYNOPSIS

An eye for an eye. If it takes a lifetime, he’ll make those responsible for murdering his parents pay.

Whip walked out of prison wanting retaliation on Cusclan Motorcycle Club. As a second-generation Tarkio member, all he’s known was club life. People are either loyal or rebels, and he has no time or interest in dealing with anyone associated with his enemies.

But one platinum blonde with long, sexy legs refuses to keep her distance and leave Missoula.

Twyla’s whole life has been a case of disappointing others. Call her unfeeling, rude, or stuck-up. She rather flip her finger up at the world than let anyone hurt her again. That’s why she aims the pistol she stole from her ex-boyfriend and fires the shots. It’s why she refuses to give what she stole back. It’s why she won’t let the Tarkio member tell her to leave town.

Frustration makes her weak. One sexy biker makes her strong and gives her hope.

With her life in turmoil, she has to make a choice. Trust Whip or never see him again.

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Twyla stood, dressed quickly, and walked into the kitchen. Whip reached under the cushion and grabbed his pistol, putting it back in his jeans.

Cupboards banged in the other room. He watched her, searching through each one. They were all bare from Angie moving her possessions over to Ringtails.

Twyla stopped, gripped the sink, and hung her head. He walked over to her but stayed back from touching her.

She was right there with him moments ago, riding free, enjoying herself.

“You okay?” He grabbed a pack of smokes out of his vest pocket and put a cigarette in his mouth without lighting it.

“No.” She inhaled deeply and turned to face him. “I need coffee. I need some right now. This minute.”

“Okay.”

“I can’t think.” She put her two fingers to her forehead. “I need caffeine…to think.”

He picked up the phone. “I’ll get you a coffee.”

“Coffee doesn’t come from a telephone.” She scoffed. “I need to go to the store.”

“Just hold on a minute.” He dialed the clubhouse.

“Yeah?” said Banks.

“It’s Whip.” He kept his eye on Twyla, ready to stop her if she tried to leave the house.

“You missed calling in. Priest has a crew out distracting the cops in the area. Rick was going to split apart from them and make contact with you. Has he showed up?”

“No.”

“Shit. Hang on.” Banks yelled, “Someone shut that damn music off. I can’t fucking hear.”

He waited for his MC brother to tell him what was going on. It only took ten minutes or so to go from the clubhouse to Tenth Street. Rick should’ve been here and left already.

“You need to sit tight. Don’t step outside the house until Rick or Priest contacts you. I’m going to ride out and see if I can find someone.” Banks cussed. “Something’s up.”

“Did someone find out what was happening last night?”

“Brother, I’m not saying anything over the phone. Just hang tight.”

“Right.” He ran his hand through his hair. “Talk later.”

He hung up. What the hell was going on?

Last night, he would’ve guessed that the cop chasing him wanted to pull him over for some strummed-upped charge to make his quota. The news that Tarkio riders were out on the streets and someone hadn’t made contact with him yet, bothered him.

He wanted to ride out and see what was going on. The responsibility of keeping the members safe and free fell to him. If they were in trouble, he needed to be out there. Not hiding away in the house waiting for them.

“Is everything okay?” Twyla frowned. “That call didn’t sound too good.”

“I need to stay here for a little longer,” he murmured, trying to figure out where the crew would go and what risks laid in their path.

“Well, you do what you have to do.” She walked past him. “I’m going to clean up and go to the store.”

He hooked her wrist before she could escape. “I can’t let you do that, sis.”

“Why?”

“Until I know it’s safe out there, you’re staying here with me.”

“I’m only going to the store.”

“It’ll have to wait.”

She studied him. He let go of her arm, and she used the opportunity to leave the room.

What happened between them would have to wait until later. He walked over to the front window and peeked outside. There were more cars parked along the street, not quite time for people to leave for work, or they were staying home on their day off, seeing as it was Saturday. An older man walked a dog on a lease, going in the opposite direction.

What was out there?

Where was his club?

ABOUT DEBRA KAYN

Debra Kayn is published by Grand Central Publishing, Simon & Schuster Publishing, Carina Press – Harlequin Enterprises Limited, and repped by agent, Stephany Evans of FinePrint Literary Management.

Believing everyone deserves to love and be loved, she takes the most unlikely characters and turns them into heroes and heroines.

She lives with her family in the Bitterroot Mountains of beautiful North Idaho where she enjoys the outdoors, the four seasons, and the wild animals that gather in her yard.

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Release Blitz: Burning Hot Rumors by Debra Kayn

BURNING HOT RUMORS

by Debra Kayn
Choices: Tarkio MC, #2
Publication Date: January 21, 2020
Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Romance, Biker, Standalone in a Series

SYNOPSIS

For Callie Moore, it’s a day-to-day struggle to live in a town where everyone thinks she’s the worst person on earth— thanks to rumors. Divorced, living with her ailing dad, and the scars of finding her ex-husband in bed with not one, but two, of her friends, have her on a downward spiral.

Her immediate problems outweigh her concern over the rough and gruff biker her dad hires to help out at the gas station. No matter how attractive she finds Kent, he’s only another person she needs to defend herself against.

A drifter his whole life, Kent Calder can live anywhere as long as he has his motorcycle and a road in front of him.

Stopping at Moore’s Gas Station was only a pit stop on a road trip with no destination. A way to put a few dollars in his pocket. He has no plans to stay in Missoula, where drama and rudeness from the locals is a way of life.

Until the talk centers around Callie, and he sees what the lies are doing to her.

If she can’t stand up for herself, he’ll fight for her. But as soon as he stomps out one fire, another one pops up.

Through attraction, heartache, devastation, and time, the flames between Kent and Callie only grow hotter.

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He turned and looked out on the floor. It took him longer to find her because she was hidden behind the biker talking to her. He craned his neck, caught her smiling at the other man, and tensed.

Stalking across the floor, he shoved people out of his way and stepped between her and the Tarkio member.

“Man, you better step away,” said the biker.

“Get lost.” He grabbed Callie’s upper arm and pulled her away.

“Wh…?” Callie stumbled beside him. “Who?”

He ignored her mumblings and pushed out the front door. Turning her to face him, he gazed up and down her body to make sure she was okay.

Callie’s mouth opened and shut numerous times, and she blinked rapidly. “Kent?”

“Nice of you to recognize me,” he said.

“I thought I’d never see you again.” She planted her hands on his chest, but her body weaved side to side, trying to gain her balance.

He caught her other arm and held her steady in front of him. That’s when he noticed the way her eyes remained unfocused on him.

“What the hell have you been doing?” He stroked her hair out of her eyes.

Gut punched, he remembered the excitement, the passion, the energy swirling around her the night she’d finally let loose and egged her ex-husband’s truck. He’d walked away from her that night as if he’d gotten his first taste of the real Callie, and his addiction to her had started.

How many other men inside the clubhouse were standing in the same position he was, half in love, fantasizing about being with a woman who had no understanding that fire ran through her veins? How many other men wanted to be the one who helped her set herself on fire?

Callie crumbling, diving for his chest. He wrapped his arms around her, keeping her on her feet. A fire brought him back to her.

“I lost everything,” she mumbled against the front of his jacket.

“I know.” He rubbed her back, happy to hold her. “Fuck, I missed you, honey.”

She raised her head and frowned. “You left.”

“I needed to go.” He kissed her forehead. “But I’m back.”

She pushed against him. “Why?”

“I want to help—”

“No.” She stepped away from him, almost stumbling. “You can’t just invade my life and then leave again. You’re just listening to the rumors. Everyone listens to Josh.”

“I’m not—”

“You listened.” She tapped her head, slurring her words. “That’s why you left. Now you’re listening to him again. Just go. Leave me alone.”

She grabbed for the handle. He planted his hand on the door, stopping her.

“I’m not listening to anyone but you, Callie.”

ABOUT DEBRA KAYN

Debra Kayn is published by Grand Central Publishing, Simon & Schuster Publishing, Carina Press – Harlequin Enterprises Limited, and repped by agent, Stephany Evans of FinePrint Literary Management.

Believing everyone deserves to love and be loved, she takes the most unlikely characters and turns them into heroes and heroines.

She lives with her family in the Bitterroot Mountains of beautiful North Idaho where she enjoys the outdoors, the four seasons, and the wild animals that gather in her yard.

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Release Blitz: Chasing His Fox by Debra Kayn

CHASING HIS FOX

by Debra Kayn
Publication Date: December 2, 2019
Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Romance, Standalone, Biker

SYNOPSIS

For as long as Scarlett can remember, Nelson Steel is the constant in her life. He’s her best friend, her confidant, her secret. He dries her tears with rough, stained hands. Teaches her to drive. Looks after her as she flirts with dating and even shows her how to kiss.

She never tells anyone about the older boy next door because he depends on her, too. Every time his dad beats him up, she takes care of him. When he’s lonely, she keeps him company.

Her dysfunctional family, for all their problems, only helps her see what she truly wants in life. And, that’s Nelson.

Until the worst night of her life when she hears the arguing, the gunshots, and loses him.

She never imagines him coming home ten years later. But there he is, waiting for her on the other side of the fence.

Hardened.
Bossy.
And, sexier than ever.

There’re only three things Nelson cares about, his motorcycle, Steel Mechanics, and Scarlett. One gives him freedom, the other income, and…well, Scarlett, she’s the sunshine in his life. He’s thought about her every second of every day for ten long years.

But his path back to her is filled with violence, and he has a massive target on his back. The only crime he’s guilty of is loving Scarlett, and he’ll fight everyone in Missoula if it means having another chance with her.

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“Still sneaking around, fox?” His chest pounded.

She slowly pivoted. Her head turned left to right, sweeping the area. She couldn’t see him in the shadows by the tire rack.

He stepped out under the glow of the floodlight. Her gasp traveled the empty space between them. Every muscle in his body tensed at the sight of her. He tossed his smoke to the side.

That beautiful red hair. He had known with everything inside of him, she would be wearing it long and full. Gray eyes stared at him, studying his face. He couldn’t help looking down and seeing the woman the girl had turned into, and what he found was perfection.

The added curves on such a petite body rocked him back a step. Her breasts that would’ve barely filled his palm years ago would now overflow his hand. He gazed lower. The urge to ask her to turn around left him breathing heavily at the changes in her.

It was Scarlett, but a Scarlett he was seeing for the first time.

“Nelson?” she said, drawing out his name.

His balls constricted in pleasure. All that sweetness nobody ever gave him, but her.

“I heard…” She blew out her breath. “I heard you were home. I didn’t know…I didn’t know if you’d come back here.”

Pain gripped him. She believed the rumors floating around about him.

“You better tell your friends and neighbors I’m back.” He pulled the pack of cigarettes from his pocket and lit another smoke. “Maybe you can set up a Neighborhood Watch. You’re good at sneaking around.”

She recoiled frowning. “You’ve changed.”

He exhaled harshly. “That’ll happen when you spend ten years in prison.”

“Are you okay?” She stepped forward.

His body hardened. He flicked his cigarette out into the gravel, unable to hold it any longer because his hands shook. She was too close. He couldn’t allow her to get near him, touch him, care about him.

She stopped two feet away from him. Her gaze followed the lit coal burning on the rocks. “You’re not happy to see me?” she whispered.

She acted as if he’d personally hurt her, that ten years shouldn’t have changed him. That she could sneak on the property and be pissed at him for how he’d turned out.

“Go home,” he whispered back.

“I…” She tilted her head. “Is there anything you need?”

He needed a woman. He needed her.

ABOUT DEBRA KAYN

Debra Kayn is published by Grand Central Publishing, Simon & Schuster Publishing, Carina Press – Harlequin Enterprises Limited, and repped by agent, Stephany Evans of FinePrint Literary Management.

Believing everyone deserves to love and be loved, she takes the most unlikely characters and turns them into heroes and heroines.

She lives with her family in the Bitterroot Mountains of beautiful North Idaho where she enjoys the outdoors, the four seasons, and the wild animals that gather in her yard.

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