Eislyn Faith Rose is not your typical teenage girl. Ever since her twin brother Alex died when they were six and her father left, Eislyn has been abused and locked in a cell by her mother. Her one desire being freedom, Eislyn finds the courage to escape again. What she doesn't see coming in the future is who would grant her this freedom in a way she never expected. Dagger Cohen Eastwood is not your typical business man. He's also part of a motorcycle club, and he's brutal. His parents abandoned him for their own love, but all Dagger dreams about is having a family of his own. A woman of his own. He wants to have the chance to treat them all right. Though, he never expects it to come so soon. Eislyn and Dagger connect instantly, but will it be enough to keep them together? Through the tribulations, can these two lovers make it out together? Read More Than Life Itself to find out. WARNINGS: mature love scenes (though marked); some cuss words; cliché at times; some violence TRIGGER WARNING: The main character as a slight issue with eating in the beginning. For those of you who are a more sensitive audience, please be aware. Thank you.