Scorched (The Anderson Brothers, book 0)

Scorched by Marie Long
The Anderson Brothers, book 0

Tacoma, Washington, 1991…

I thought I’d lost a race to my biggest rival… until Cassandra slid out from behind the wheel. A beautiful badass, she knows how to guide a car around the curves and I can’t help but be intrigued by her.

But I can’t allow myself to be distracted by her. Not with street races erupting in gunfire. The stakes are higher than ever, and the lives of those I hold dear are in jeopardy.

Cassandra is one of the best drivers I know, and I need her on my team. We’re driving for titles. For dignity. For family. If we win, she’s the one I want waiting at the finish line.



Where it all began…

Adam Anderson thought he was drag racing against his biggest rival. Instead, Cassandra, who is as beautiful as she is talented behind the wheel, was the one gunning her engine against him. Despite being furious over the trick, Adam is drawn to the intriguingly mysterious woman.

Unfortunately, the street racing stakes have been raised dangerously high and no one is safe. Gunfire. Deadly violence. Rival crews will do anything to win. No matter the cost.

Now, Adam and Cassandra must team up to protect all they’ve worked for. Dignity. Status. Family safety. It’s all in jeopardy as they fight their sizzling attraction in the midst of a shared adrenaline-fueled addiction to street racing.

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Content Rating

(Rated R), Adult content, Dark/trigger themes, Profanity, Violence

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