Six things you don’t want bikies to help you with – and one thing you do.
Unless you’re into facial hair, the ponytail, and distressed leather, it would be best to seek another stylist. Also helmet hair is never a good look.
Sometimes it’s just easier to get public transport.
You might like your jewellery a little more discrete.
You might like your tattoo a little more – well anything really
Unless you like to head bang to ultra hard rock you might like a playlist with less amps.
Unless you’re very confident or don’t hanker for something more traditional you probably don’t want a bikie wedding. Also the term Old Lady – enough said.
This is what you do want your bikie involved with: charity events.
Two Escape Artists have written books featuring Australian bikie gangs: Lee Christine and Ainslie Paton.
Lee Christine’s In Safe Arms is the second book in her Grace and Poole series.
Legal secretary Josephine Valenti has no idea why a notorious bikie president would be contacting her, but when he is murdered in front of her eyes, she knows that she is in very deep trouble. Fleeing to her home, she’s intercepted by Nate Hunter, a man she used to know and lust after…a man she used to care about.
However, Nate has changed. His leathers and his bike tell of a lifestyle that Josie can’t begin to accept or understand. His is a life of drugs, money laundering and prostitution.
But all is not what it seems, and Josie must fight harder than she ever has before — for the truth, for what’s right, and, ultimately, for the man who still has a hold of her heart.
Ainslie Paton’s Floored features a road trip from Sydney to Perth
From the moment Fetch gets knocked off his Harley, crawls into Driver’s car and offers her an obscene amount of money to drive him from Sydney to Perth — no questions, no names, no chit chat — they’re stuck with each other. By the time they arrive, they’re stuck on each other.
It’s lust at full throttle, with no seat belts. It could be more, but he’s a fake and she’s a liar. They’re both neck deep in crime, and only one of them is on the right side of the law.