After fifteen years in the Idaho State Penitentiary, Jeremy Aldridge walks out of prison with the knowledge and skills that made his dad a legend in the gang wars within the system and the driving force behind Moroad Motorcycle Club. Outside of the Cyclone fence, Jeremy reaches for the familiar…Lola, the lifers, his Harley.
But, the one woman he owns and expected to find waiting for him has pulled away from Moroad. He discovers Tiff running the biggest illegal business Federal has ever seen, and her time is up. She belongs to him, and he’ll risk everything to keep her.
Stop loving him.
Tiff’s mantra since losing Jeremy falls to the wayside when he walks into Silver Girls and claims she still belongs to him. At one time, Jeremy was her whole world despite her tendencies to test him at every turn with petty fights, temper tantrums, and jealousy.
The man who returned from prison no longer plays games. Bigger, stronger, smarter, scarier, Jeremy’s presence threatens her business, resurrects old insecurities, and has the ability to destroy her.
(This is the final book in the series and can be read as a standalone)
I am heartbroken...I have read every book in the Moroad Series. And Chasing Down Changes is the last book in this series. And I couldn't have even imagined the way it would ended.
From the very beginning of this series, it appeared to be about a motorcycle club and the control one man demanded. But it has turned into so much more. Family - the most unconventional kind. This is truly a story of a father and a son; of a boy turning into a man; of a woman caught between the boy she once loved and the man he's become; and the loss of innocence that can never be given back - it's the story of unconditional love and trust and respect.
Chasing Down Changes is one of Debra Kayn's best works. Complete with twists and turns, she'll keep you guessing until the end. Debra doesn't shy away from the complicated personalities of Jeremy, Cal, Tiff, and Lola.
Bravo, Debra Kayn, Bravo!!! I don't want to see this series end, but it gave me the closure that I needed.