Drugs, cartels, the mafia. Pain, greed, and revenge.
These are what Plumeria brought with her when she took a new job tending bar in the fighting pits outside of town - fighting pits owned by the Brothers. Brought together by the foster system, Knox wouldn't have put anything before his other brothers - not even his own life - until he met Mer. But when her life is put at risk, he intervenes, dragging all of his brothers with him into her world.
Dixon wants Mer gone. She's the daughter of a Mexican drug lord who's got a partner in the Russian mob. Both are dead after his brother, Knox, saved her from a life of bondage and now both the Mexican cartel and the Russian mafia are after them all. Dixon can't afford to be distracted - least of all by Sara, a single mom who wanders into the strip joint he owns, desperate for a job - but when the Russians use her as leverage, she'll be the one Dixon has to answer to.
With new alliances built while others are broken, it will take more than a survival instinct to survive The Hunting Town: the town of mischief, mayhem, and murder.