The Red Rebels MC is an outlaw motorcycle club in Markham, CA. Fifty years ago Travis “Mad Dog” McClune started the Red Rebels, and now his son Jayce wears the president’s patch. His crew of bikers keep certain portions of impolite society out of their home town.
Red Rebels MC Series
Gertrude Dénise is rootless, divorced and floating. Trying to decide if she wants adventure or a stable safe home life, “Gertie” has resolved to try a little bit of everything. David “Buck” Buckingham is the recently-appointed Sergeant At Arms for the Red Rebels Motorcycle Club. Steadfast, steady and dependable, made to fulfil every duty that patch on his kutte requires. Buck knows he could be a danger to her, but his lifestyle might not be the biggest threat to the woman who is starting to mean more and more to him.
Rose Clairborne works the circuit town to town, never setting down roots, all to keep her mother in an upscale nursing home in England. That is, until she came to Markham to work at Rebel Circus, a gentleman’s club run by the Red Rebels MC. This town seems to be setting its roots in her for some reason.
Trevor “Tank” Williams is the Vice President of the Red Rebels MC, and an amiable flirtation with Rose Clairborne is one of the better aspects of life. The club is getting in deep with the Sachetti crime family, drawing the ire of rival outlaw factions. When they set their sights on Markham, looking to even the score for a million dollar contract the Red Rebels snatched out of their grasp, no one with a club affiliation is safe.
Protect and serve: duties that Sheriff Sharon Downey was always proud to fulfill, even if some of those lines between the two seemed to blur from time to time. Her only dissatisfaction was loneliness. Being the sheriff did not make for an active and rewarding social life.
Mark “Fritter” Horton never looked too hard for a meaningful connection beyond the brothers of the Red Rebels.
But time is running out. The longer they are undiscovered, the more chances they take, the more they risk being found out. And the more time they spend together, the closer they come to something permanent as ink.
Harlon “Tiny” Gray is the oldest living member of the Red Rebels MC living on the outside, yet he’s not the longest-serving member. A long time ago he had started life on a very different path, and the bumps and lumps caused his world to change and put him on the path of the Red Rebels.
Mallory Beck played a prominent role in that past life, and she’s moved on to her own aspirations as well; mainly, being a singer-songwriter. She’s still at home in Cleary, Colorado playing lead singer to a young bar band when Tiny Gray returns home due to a family crisis.
When their paths cross again their attraction and regret are among the many dramas that play out within the violent world of the Red Rebels MC. And a secret that Tiny is harbouring is deciding factor when it all comes to a head.
Gregory “Knuckles” O’Shay is a man trying to make two halves into a whole. He’s the clown, the tension breaker, and the designated assassin for the Red Rebels MC of Markham, California. He’ll kill you as easily as he makes you laugh, if his president wills it. The club is his family, the only people he’d put his life on the line for. A new assignment requires Knuckle’s deadly expertise, but this task that is supposed to buy protection for his club is twisting his conscience.
Danielle Prince is the new coroner in Markham County, poised to take over when the previous long-serving coroner retires. Her life is as simple as she can make it, and revolves completely around her daughters and her work. Living next door to a Red Rebel has never given her pause until she meets Knuckles O’Shay, and watches as her youngest daughter makes friends with the biker over the building of a new motorcycle.
With Knuckles, Danielle finds a new measure of exhilaration that she had thought she could live without, but she has to decide whether to open her family to this new experience, whether to take that risk.
With the Prince family, Knuckles finds a new measure of contentment. As he tries to pass off his wet work as just another club duty, the draw of a traditional family makes him question why some lives are easily taken, while others leave a deep mark.