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Through The Woods by Shannon Myers



Also available via Kindle Unlimited



Forced to run from her drug-dealing boyfriend, Neve ends up injured and alone in the middle of the Colorado wilderness. She never planned on being rescued by seven bikers and brought to their clubhouse. While the other bikers welcome a female presence, their leader, Charm, is not impressed. As Neve recuperates, she begins to see that there’s much more to this club president than she thought possible. However, while she might’ve run, she can’t stay hidden forever.


My eyes fluttered open to piercing red and blue lights flashing all around me. Men’s voices carried from nearby as they yelled to each other, amid sirens screaming in the distance.
I had no idea where I was.
“Miss? Can you hear me?” A yellow man asked, as he knelt next to me, concern marring his features. I was disoriented—exhaustion threatening to pull me back into blissful oblivion. He obviously wasn’t yellow, just wearing a suit that color.
Aramid fibers, my brain urged, and I struggled to remember how I knew that.
I began coughing until my eyes watered, but I couldn’t get a full breath. My chest felt as if it would crack open from the strain.
The outer shell usually consisted of a Kevlar type material…what was it called?
Someone else knelt down on the other side of me, shining a small light into my eyes. Mouths moved, but I only heard the rush of blood in my ears. I turned my head ever so slightly to the left and that was when I saw it.
An inferno.
Incidentally, that was when I remembered that the material was NOMEX, but instead of being relieved, I was left with more questions than answers. I felt the moisture on my cheek as a tear escaped, before being lifted onto a stretcher and driven away from the devastation.
I wanted to wail and scream, but I’d caused this.
Not so very long ago, the sirens wailed loudly and the world that I’d known ceased to exist.
I discovered that, sometimes, it’s not giants with booming voices or cackling witches who swoop down from the sky—it’s not even a curse cast by an enchantress. Sometimes, the foe that steals away everything you held dear is the reflection in the mirror. The villain you never imagined—the evil you never saw coming…you.


Review by Susan:
Wow, just wow! This book was amazing, this is a new to me author so I didn’t know what to expect when I dove into this book, I was totally blown away! I was hooked from the first page and spat out at the end, I totally devoured this book in one sitting and was sad when it ended. The reader is sucked down a rabbit hole that is full of twists and turns that keep you turning the pages and on the edge of your seat right till the end. The story follows Neve and Charm, he’s your typical biker, alpha male, rough around the edges but has a soft centre where Neve is concerned. Neve was a mess when she was found in the woods, her life had spiralled out of control and she was at rock bottom. Charm offers her a lifeline that changes her life for the better, I loved that we get to see their romance blossom and bloom over the Course of the book. I loved the background characters, they helped to enhance the story and bring a lot of light, funny moments, I hope we get to read some of their stories. Overall this was an amazing twist on a childhood classic, it made me laugh, cry, swoon and cling to the edge of my seat. I can’t recommend this book highly enough , I’m now off to devour the rest of this authors books. wish I could give more than 5 Stars.
Shannon is a born and raised Texan. She grew up inventing clever stories, usually to get herself out of trouble. Her mother was not amused. In junior high, she began writing fractured fairy tales from the villain’s point of view and that was the moment she knew that she was going to use her powers for evil instead of good.

In 2003, she moved to Denver and met the love of her life. After some relentless stalking and a few well-timed sarcastic remarks, the man eventually gave in to her charms and wifed her so hard. They welcomed a son in 2007 that they named after their favorite Marvel superhero, Spiderman.

Sick of seeing beautiful mountains through their window every day, the three escaped back to the desolate landscape of the west Texas desert in 2009. She welcomed her second son not long after and soon realized that being surrounded by three men was nothing at all like she’d imagined in her fantasies.

After an unplanned surgery in 2014 and a long pity party, she decided to pen a novel about the worst thing that could happen to a person in order to cheer herself up. She’s twisted like that. Thus, From This Day Forward was born and the rest, as they say, is history.

Not only does Shannon enjoy stalking people, she also has a fondness for being stalked.



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