Bastian is a man on the run—from a lifestyle he never chose and can’t seem to escape. One last favour before he disappears for good, and then he can start afresh somewhere new. But the favor balloons into more than he anticipated, and suddenly there are two of them on the run, and two of them snowed in and hiding out in his one last safe place.
Can a woman who thinks she knows where she belongs help a man who has never really belonged anywhere?
Merry Christmas! And thank you for picking up book number two in ‘The Bikers Beware’ series. I never intended to start writing a series, but Bastian, who you’ll meet shortly, got a little big for his boots in book one.
The book is set around London, England and, as such, you might come across a few unfamiliar references. For example, Phil refers to a couple of things from her childhood. The first is a Wendy House. This is a child’s playhouse. Mine was built of plastic poles and draped in nylon or tough plastic, and the door was just a cut flap. I look out into the garden, now, to the rigid, lurid green plastic thing my children use. How times change.
Her second reference is to The Famous Five. This is a nod at the books by the author Enid Blyton, who created a group of children who fell into mysteries and investigations while (often) camping during their breaks from school. They frequently set up camp in a farmers’ fields’, and the nice farmers’ wives would provide them with eggs and bread, etc. straight from her kitchen.
I really hope you enjoy reading about Bastian and Phil, and please do feel free to email me – firstname.lastname@example.org.