I read the sample and thought this seems good. Let me state right off I'm not a fan of instant love through eye gaze. If you like that you may enjoy it. I didn't realize this was instant (or I'd have passed), but due to their earlier damaging life experiences they both fought it, rather than actual relationship development. Maybe it's semantics, but that was how the author presented their inner monologues, I'd prefer fighting an attraction vs. fighting she is the one but I don't deserve love or she's too reckless to trust my heart to her. I expected more than damaged survivors are attracted to each other and both can give up their one night stand existence. Amazingly they never met at their bar of choice until the one with the needs to save everyone complex notices the other falling out in front. The formula didn't work for me.
Spoilers below or things I really didn't like.
The blowing up of the shop seemed dumb and Widow's backstory too excessive. His name's origin had the mystery, but his former gf being raped and killed had to be shared. She's reckless on a bike, so I can't be with her, but run with a cane into a burning building that cements my love. oh and as an epilogue she's designed her gf's bike, really....
Too me it all came down to choices and most of the author's did not work for me. I wanted to like dykes on bike. They didn't even ride together, no mention of sf pride or other grrls riding together but spent time discussing commute to bike shop from the south bay. There so many awesome road stretches to describe, but that was another miss if the desire was to give a Bay Area flair.