Rake’s Redemption (Wind Dragon’s MC Series, Book #4) by Chantal Fernando

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BXTCHES Gotta Warn: First things first, I bought and read this book back in September 2016. I have since read it about 4 other times, all with the intention of getting my thoughts out when I turned the last page, but for whatever reason (ahem. . .laziness), I never was able to get around to it. So, I finally committed myself and finished this book over the last couple of days and viola, here we are. It’s no secret that the MC genre is one of my favs, it’s also no secret that I am a firm believer that in order to immerse yourself in a really great MC series, you should read them in the order in which they were written. This happens to be a great MC series, hence. . .you should start from the beginning.

Rake’s Redemption will be told mostly through Bailey’s POV, however Rake will stop by and let us in his head every now and then.

We have actually already met Bailey. She was first introduced to us in Tracker and Lana’s story (book #3) when the girls have themselves a night out and run into her. Well, that night is where this story picks up. Anna and Lana are out at the MC owned Rift, when they run into Bailey, who is not only Rake’s ex, but was also very good friends with Anna and Lana and because of a very bad break-up between the Rake and Bailey, it has been years since they have seen her. Cue the excitement here. The problem? Rake is none too happy to see the one that he thought was The One.

After running into Rake, who happened to have his hands full with two women, the last place Bailey wants to find herself is in the past or standing in front of the man who broke her, regardless of how well he has aged over the past seven years. So when Rake gives her explicit instruction to keep her ass out of his club, she is happy to oblige. It becomes more difficult to keep that promise when Anna and Lana convince her that a night out is what they need and Rake will be none the wiser. Famous last words. . .

While Bailey is satisfied to keep a friendship with the girls sans Rake, unfortunately Rake’s inability to keep it zipped up is gonna force a relationship to happen regardless of how unwanted one is. I should probably go ahead and let you BXTCHES in on a secret. . .Rake and Bailey were supposed to get the Happy Ever After, the love at the time may have been teenage love, but it was real and it was suppose to be the kind that took them into kids and grandkids. But, sometimes things don’t unfold the way they are supposed to and it only took one night to shatter whatever was meant to be and because of that night, two very different roads were paved. Rake went down the road where his dick barely got put away and it took an unexpected pregnancy for Bailey to straighten herself out. Now it’s seven years later and even though Rake has a lot of pent up anger towards Bailey and vice versa, old feelings are beginning to resurface and the tension between them is growing thicker and thicker, the question is. . .what will they do about it?

The first two books in this series were pretty loaded with the MC grit and drama, the kind that sucks us in and takes ahold of and while I LOVED book #3, it was certainly lighter on the MC side and I gotta say that it’s not gonna pick up too much here. We will get some moments, but the story is more focused on the second chance romance side more than it is on the outlaw side of the MC.

Chantal Fernando does a wonderful job of keeping the characters flowing from book to book. You will not be left wondering what’s happening with the ones we have already fallen for, we get great updates with Sin and Faye. . .Arrow and Anna. . .Tracker and Lana. We also get to drop in on Talon and his world, while being introduced to some new faces. Every character is perfectly placed and while you will fall in love with Bailey and Rake, as you should, no one will get neglected in the pages of this story. 

We have already been introduced to Rake’s history with women. He has sampled them all. So even I was interested to see how the action was going to unfold in the bedroom and this BXTCH was not disappointed. She did a great job combining the Alpha dominant side of Rake with the romantic side of him and not just showing it on separate occasions, both personalities were brought into the bedroom and he wore them very well.

I fell in love with this series from the very first book and have continued to fall in love with every book since. Usually when I become addicted to a MC series, it’s the men of the series who do me in and have me coming back for more, but with this series, the women are the ones captivating me. They are written with fierce independence, the humor is fantastic and the bond that they share with one another rivals the men. If you are looking for a MC series that is heavy on the outlaw, this may not be the one. If you’re looking for some hot alphas, great camaraderie, really good humor, and a very well rounded story. . .then let me introduce you to the men of the Wind Dragons MC.Bxtches Be ReadingRake's Redemption (Wind Dragons MC Series, Book #4) by Chantal Fernando | Review on www.bxtchesbeblogging.com

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Tracker’s End (Wind Dragon’s MC Series, Book #3) by Chantal Fernando

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BXTCHES Gotta Warn: We started with Sin and Faye. . .we fell in love with Anna and Arrow. . .now Tracker is up and ready to sweep you off of your feet. If you remember in book #1, Tracker started to fall for Faye but Sin stopped that shit before it had a chance to speed down the runway, in book #2, Tracker and Anna became very good friends while we began to see his feelings for Lana start to peel back. I have told you all of this, just so I can say this. Read em’ in order, it’s not only so worth it, but it’s almost like each book feeds into the next.

Tracker’s End will be told through the POV of Lana with a couple of Tracker chapters thrown in.

We begin to learn in book #2, that Tracker definitely has himself a hard-on for Lana, but things aren’t really where they need to be in order for that particular erection to erupt. First obstacle is Allie. Allie is introduced to us in book #1, she was a regular for Sin, that is until Faye enters the picture and shut that shit down (Sin certainly rubbed off on her). Now, one thing you should remember/know about Allie is this. She is the daughter of a fallen member of the MC, which is why she lives in the clubhouse and kind of gets away with being well. . .a bitch. Once Sin turned her away for good and Tracker realized that he and Faye would only be close as friends, Allie winds up in the bed of Tracker, for many years. Tracker and Allie kick up at the end of book #1 and book #2 begins five years after #1 ends, so their relationship has some traction. So, that is the first issue. The second one would be a spitfire named Anna. Anna and Lana are BFF’s and while Anna and Tracker are also super close friends, Anna has a front row seat to how disrespectful Tracker is to his relationship with Allie. I mean, bitch or not, she doesn’t deserve to be cheated on and one of the things that Anna is lucky enough to witness is Tracker spreading his dick cheer around. Anna doesn’t want that for her bestie, who would? 

Lana grew up in a single parent home, her dad running off when she was very young. Lana finds herself having to experience the torture that is high school all alone after Anna leaves. This, of course, leaves her wide open to the mean bitches. She survives and all is well. . .that is until she finds herself in lust with one very sexy, very rugged biker. Once a mean bitch, always a mean bitch. . .Allie knows that not only does Lana have the hots for Tracker, but the lustful feelings are mutual. It doesn’t help that Lana has been given the very important job of Clover’s nanny, so her presence in the clubhouse is definitely felt by Tracker and witnessed by Allie.

Obviously, Tracker is going to cut Allie loose and he and Lana are going to get their particular train car moving down the track. There will be obstacles. . .Allie for one. . .Lana does have a secret or two that’s hanging in the air. . .and as with any book in this series, there always seems to be a threat looming.

I think that Tracker’s End does a really great job of continuing to keep the supporting cast of characters in the loop, even though the story truly belongs to Tracker and Lana. We get to know Clover (Sin and Faye’s daughter) a bit better because Lana is her nanny. We stay up to date with what is happening with Arrow and Anna because Lana and Anna are besties for life. We also get to a glimpse into what is leering around the corner for Rake because we finally get to meet the one who broke his heart, Bailey. This series (so far) is fantastic at focusing on the well roundness of the ensemble and not just putting the spotlight on the featured couple.

If we’ve learned anything up to this point about Tracker and his abilities, I think we figured he was going to be a beast in bed and that fucker did not disappoint. I think where the surprise lies, pleasant of course, is Lana. That BXTCH is a firecracker. She signed up for a rodeo and that cowgirl is riding like a pro. To say that she is adapting to the life of the MC would be an understatement. When you indulge in this story, you will find out why. . .but maybe my suggestion should be to take a few mental notes and put them to play later during your own bull riding session.

My only complaint is one I have had before. Whenever Tracker and Lana hit a speed bump, we get to see Tracker’s assholiness and while I enjoy seeing a different side to characters that I fall for, I think that in this particular instance (and you’ll know the scenario I’m referring to once you read) Lana didn’t stand her ground solid enough. I personally prefer a bit more angst and stubbornness when road blocks appear to hinder our couples from reaching their HEA. But, again, that’s my personal preference.

A lot of reviews have said that the MC action in Tracker’s End is mild (that’s the word most often used) and I guess in comparison it is. I mean losing Mary in book #1 and having that anguish and aftermath carry over in book #2 isn’t necessarily mild, but overall, while the MC action is sometimes gritty, it’s not too terribly unbearable or bullet ridden. I think what this series (so far) does best is balance. We get a great balance between that of the MC life coupled with humor and Alphaness and strong women. It all really plays very well in your hand and your imagination, you will not be disappointed.

Well, the manwhore is up next and once again, it is a book I have already enjoyed. We will finally get to the bottom of what makes Rake who he is and see if he really does find Redemption.Bxtches Be ReadingBook Review.4Favorite Quotes TagTracker's End (Wind Dragons MC Series, Book #3) by Chantal Fernando | Review on www.bxtchesbeblogging.com

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Arrow’s Hell (Wind Dragons MC Series, Book #2) by Chantal Fernando

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BXTCHES Gotta Warn: Here we go again, another MC book, the same warning. This is only book #2 in the Wind Dragon’s MC Series and yes, you should go ahead and read Dragon’s Lair first. Now, I am about to spoil some things for you BXTCHES, but that’s what happens when you go out of order. The name of this book is Arrow’s Hell and in Dragon’s Lair, Arrow loses the woman that he loved when the Wind Dragon’s clubhouse comes under attack. This loss really cuts Arrow deep, so deep, that this book takes place five years AFTER his tragic loss and he still believes that he deserves the “hell” in which he lives, which, hence the name. So, what I’m trying to say is this. . .part of this story begins in book #1, so please try to stick to the flow of the series and read these books in order, don’t worry, you will not be sorry. Trust a BXTCH!

Arrow’s Hell will be told through the POV of Anna.

Like I mentioned, Arrow’s Hell kicks up five years after Dragon’s Lair ends. And in that time, Arrow spends some of it behind bars and the rest wallowing in his own pity. Anna is the younger sister of Rake and has just moved back to town, and even though she has caught the eye of Arrow, he refuses to allow himself any gratification, instead punishing himself for the death of Mary. Anna is certainly infatuated by Arrow and she realizes that there is some pain hidden in his eyes, however, he ain’t giving in, no matter how tempting the offer. 

Anna and Rake grew up with a drug addicted mother and non-existent father, the only family that they could rely on was each other. After high school, Anna moves on to college and Rake finds his family within the MC. He is thrilled as fuck when Anna decides to come home to finish school. Unfortunately for Anna, Rake’s MC family becomes her family and with that comes a hella bunch of overbearing, overprotective, bikers. Especially when any attempt at establishing some sort of independence is met with a shit ton of resistance.

This series (so far) balances out the MC storyline well with the romance storyline. While I’m pretty good at piecing together the puzzle, the MC storyline here definitely threw me for a loop. The Wind Dragon’s are in conflict with the Wild Men MC, which happens to be the same MC that shot and killed Mary five years earlier and the same MC whose President was killed by Arrow, in retaliation of Mary’s death. So, all you need to know is this. . .even though retribution happened years earlier, it’s still giving Arrow his own version of hell, which in result is going to present Anna with her own as well.

Chantal Fernando does a fantastic job of creating a great ensemble read. Supporting characters are not only mentioned here and there within these pages, they are very intricate parts of the book. There are many relationships in play here. Anna develops a very close relationship with Tracker, who really becomes a rock for her, there is her BFF Lana, who happens to catch the eye of Tracker (which sets us up for book #3), there is the dynamic between her and Rake, who after years apart are trying to find a balance with one another. Equally as important is the relationship between Rake and Arrow, which hits a bit of a snag when Anna comes into play. And the love that develops between Anna and Arrow was akin to a beautiful disaster. A young lady trying to live up to the ghost of his past and Arrow trying to figure out if he is actually worthy of receiving love in the way that it deserve to be given. 

Let’s talk about the good stuff. Once Anna and Arrow move past their obstacles, when they finally decide to pull back the covers and jump in head first, they do not disappoint. Your imagination is certainly going to get it’s workout. The way Chantal Fernando writes the sex scenes here really does almost double duty. The love that Anna and Arrow have for one another comes through loud and clear when they move the dancing to the bedroom. But sometimes fucking isn’t always about love. . .it’s about lust. . .it’s about passion. . .it’s about need. . .and every one of those emotions pour off of the page and you can feel the depth of each and every one.

So, Tracker gets his story next and I can already tell you that it is a great read, one that I’m about to reacquaint myself with. All in all, this series really is captivating, it really does a great job of forcing you to keep going. I think it’s a great addition to any MC family, and if you’ve yet to sink your teeth in a really good MC book, this is a fantastic place to start.Bxtches Be ReadingBook Review.4Favorite Quotes TagArrow's Hell (Wind Dragons MC Series, Book #2) by Chantal Fernando | Review on www.bxtchesbeblogging.com

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Dragon’s Lair (Wind Dragon’s MC Series, Book #1) by Chantal Fernando

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BXTCHES Gotta Warn: I’m not sure what drove me to read this book, I mean, it was released two years ago, so I’m obviously a little late to the Wind Dragon’s MC party, but better late than never, right? But then I discovered something. When I went to Goodreads to get ready to write this review, this book is not only marked as “read” on my account (in 2014), but I gave it 4 stars there as well and I have no memory of ever reading this book, so I guess I wasn’t late to the party after all and it must’ve been one helluva party, since I have no recollection of even attending it. While I haven’t read any of the follow-up books in this series (I don’t think so anyway), I do believe that when it comes to a MC series, you should certainly read the books in the order in which they were written. The character foundation for subsequent books are usually laid in books leading up each character’s particular book and it’s usually a foundation that the reader needs under them so they can really enjoy what the author is trying to do. I hope that makes sense.

Dragon’s Lair is told through the POV of Faye. 

Faye grew up next door to Dex and Eric (brothers), with Dex always looking out for her. She grew up in a house where she was never quite good enough, so having Dex and Eric was a great refuge for her. Faye always had a crush on Dex growing up, but with a five year age difference, she never really saw herself having a chance. As time went on and she went from child to woman, she actually fell in love with the other brother, Eric.

Faye is in law school and even though she is a full fledged adult, she still cannot seem to do right by her parents. Her life completely changes when she walks in on Eric pounding into a girl that is not her, but a girl that Faye considered a friend. It doesn’t take any time at all for Faye to realize that not only is her relationship with Eric over, but her friendship with him is as well, and I guess as the saying goes. . .”the best way to get over a guy is to get under another”, or something like that. Wanna take a guess at who the lucky guy is that Faye decides to get under? Yep, her childhood crush becomes a reality when she runs into Dex outside a bar. A great night of fucking and a broken condom equals a very unplanned pregnancy, one that has Faye’s parents kicking her out and one that finds Faye hitting the road, that is until Dex catches wind that he now has a baby momma and he sets out to find her.

Once Dex charges back into Faye’s life, he takes her back to the Wind Dragon’s MC compound, determined to not only protect her, but to be the best father he can be for his unborn child. And this is where the book takes off. 

Dex aka Sin is the VP of the Wind Dragon’s MC and while a condom breaking isn’t exactly the way he planned for his life to go, he cannot be more thrilled that it’s Faye who he was with when the condom broke and it’s Faye who is carrying his child. With threats coming from a rival MC, Dex is going out of his way to ensure that the threat doesn’t touch Faye or his unborn child. That proves very difficult when dealing with the likes of a very strong willed, stubborn individual like Faye. 

Like with every great MC read, Dragon’s Lair is wonderfully supported by a cast of characters that are fantastically written. Like I said earlier, while this book may be Dex and Faye’s story, roots are planted, watered, and nurtured, while we wait for the other stories to grow and the best laid seed in this book is that of Arrow, which is the focus of book #2. The chemistry between the club members and Faye and the club members and each other, just electrifies off of the page, but I do think that the best connection is that of Dex and Faye, which is how it should be.

If you were thinking that you were going to get a MC story that lacked in the bedroom, you opened the wrong book. The sexual tension, as well as the sex itself between Dex and Faye is on fire. Faye is pretty inexperienced when it comes to things that go bump between the sheets, Eric being her one and only sexual partner, but enter Dex and her sexual world is about to enter a whole new level, a level you’ll want to stick around for.

Dragon’s Lair was a pleasant surprise for me. The way that Chantal Fernando was able to bring in the right amount of drama and keep you on the edge of your seat, then have you laughing out loud with the turn of a page was brilliant. Sometimes in order to get to the point where the reader falls in love with the leading Alpha, they have to wade through some murky hate to get there. But with Dex, it was love all the way. Since we only get Faye’s POV, we know early on that her crush on Dex goes all the way back to childhood, but it doesn’t take too much time to realize the Dex’s feelings go pretty far back with Faye as well and it really was a beautiful love story to see come alive. . .all thanks to a broken condom.

There are so many different types of MC reads. . .there are ones that are very dark (see Madeline Sheehan). . .there are ones that are light on the MC and heavy on the Alpha (see Kristen Ashley). . .there are ones that are heavy on the MC action and heavy on the Alpha (see Joanna Wylde). . .then there are ones that mix the right amount of MC, the right amount of Alpha, and mix it with the right amount of laugh out loud humor (see Chantel Fernando and the Wind Dragons MC). The great thing about all of these? They are all great MC reads and they all offer you something different, so it’s not same story, different author. Dive in, you’ll certainly enjoy.Bxtches Be ReadingBook Review.4Favorite Quotes TagDragon's Lair (Wind Dragons MC Series, Book #1) by Chantal Fernando | Review on www.bxtchesbeblogging.com

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Chase (Resisting Love Series, Book #1) by Chantal Fernando and Dawn Martens

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Chase (Resisting Love Series, Book #1) by Chantal Fernando and Dawn Martens

BXTCHES Gotta Warn: Unfortunately this review isn’t going to be 100% glowing. I read the reviews before buying this book and they were somewhat mixed, but even after reading the negative reviews, I still went for it. I’m not upset about the purchase, I just wasn’t moved to excitement after reading this book. It’s probably just best if we get on with it.

This book is told through the POV of Layla, well it is with the exception of a couple of chapters. And I really don’t want to start off with a negative vibe, but I’m going to anyways. This was one of the first problems I had with the book. Almost 100% of the book is told through Layla, so when all of sudden Chase gets his say, it doesn’t flow well with the book. 

The prologue is short and to the point. It is basically informing the reader that Chase first laid eyes on Layla when he was hanging out with her cousin Ryder and she was just 17 years old. Now it doesn’t appear that she noticed him, just him noticing her, however, Ryder makes sure to warn Chase off of Layla.

Fast forward several years and Layla finds herself getting ready to start college and needs to find a place to stay. She comes across an ad and after checking out the digs and really hitting it off with one of the roommates (in a platonic manner), she decides to go for it. The home is beautiful and she gets to share it with 3 guys. Kade and James are brothers and everyone is getting along great. Their chemistry if fantastic, they are able to joke around with one another, and there isn’t really any sexual tension between Layla and either brother. She’s been informed that the landlord, who also happens to live there, rarely stays the night so there should be any issues where that’s concerned. Little does the landlord know, his new roommate happens to be the very same girl he was warned against several years earlier.

Layla and her BFF Nikki haven’t seen each other as much as they would prefer, and decide that a girls night is just what the doctor ordered. And this just so happens to be where Chase lays eyes on her once again and after recognizing her, makes his move. He takes a passed out Layla back to his house umm. . .her house and since she has never seen the inside of his bedroom, she has no idea where she is when she wakes up the next morning. And this is what kicks off their relationship.

Chase falls fast and he falls hard, which is kind of unusual, especially given his womanizing ways. One could argue that he has been pining after her since the first time he saw her, which would make it not so fast, and honestly, for the reader, that’s the best avenue to take, it makes it easier to wrap your head around. Chase taking himself off of the menu, has upset a large amount of women. And these women have no problems stepping up in front of Chase and letting Layla know that she is just “his newest flavor” and she isn’t going to be warming his bed long. It’s pretty obvious that there is some sort of secrecy with Chase. We know that he is an architect, but considering the amount of women that know/approach Chase, it doesn’t take a lot of detective work to figure out there is something else going on. 

Let’s talk about the good stuff first: The supporting characters. Overall, they were done well, so well in fact, it’s what I liked most about the book. James and Kade were written very well. They were funny, very protective of Layla, and super hot. The silver lining here, I think I will enjoy their books a bit more than this one. I actually thought Nikki was written well too, I just wish that there was more of her. So, the supporting characters really gave this book the shining light it needed.

Along with good, comes the bad and unfortunately it has to be addressed. As expected, this book is going to come with drama. My issue is all of the drama surrounds the relationship of Chase and Layla. And surprisingly it’s not really because of the secrecy, it’s more because of the ladies. For me, there was just too many times that a woman or women approached Layla regarding Chase. Not to mention, there were too many of them that were willing to jump in the bed of James and/or Kade since Chase was off the market. It just made it somewhat unbelievable. Not that I’m looking for any “based on a true story” type of material, but I need it to be better than what was offered. I also didn’t think that the dialogue flowed well. It almost felt a little forced, jagged. Oddly enough I thought that the scenes involving James and Kade flowed wonderfully and were very funny, so I can see the potential there.

I could envision the Alpha that Chase was supposed to be. I saw great glimpses of him at times. I noticed that a lot of readers had issues with his bossiness, I was actually fine with it. I think that most of his bossiness came from him falling so hard for Layla and having the inexperience of relationships more than it did with his Alpha”ness”. I would have really embraced his Alpha attitude if the sex scenes were better. With as much sex as Chase had pre-Layla, I expected more from his character. Because of the seriousness of the relationship, Chase feels that the sexual part should go slow, really slow. I’m okay with that, but in the waiting process, the author should’ve built up more sexual tension and there was none. The sex was almost skimmed over and in a book where there is supposed to be a dominant Alpha, I’m gonna need a little more bed play.

So, by the sounds of it, one would think that I have given up and will not be continuing this series. But, I know that this is a first attempt by the authors and a first attempt deserves a second chance. Anyways, I liked James and Kade, so they definitely deserve a good read. I may not be giving this particular book a rave review, but I will give it another shot.

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Cooper (Corps Security, Book #5) by Harper Sloan

Crash and Burn (Hell’s Disciples MC, Book #2) by Jaci J

Creed (Unfinished Heroes Series, Book #2) by Kristen Ashley

Cupid Has a Heart-On (The Holidays Series, Book #2) by Tara Sivec

D

Dare (Brothers of Ink and Steel, Book #1) by Allie Juliette Mousseau

Deacon (Unfinished Heroes Series, Book #4) by Kristen Ashley

The Deal (Off-Campus Series, Book #1) by Elle Kennedy

Devil’s Game (Reaper’s MC Series, Book #3) by Joanna Wylde

Double Tap (Code 11-KPD SWAT Series, Book #2) by Lani Lynn Vale

Down and Out by Kelley R. Martin

Dr. ER (St. Luke’s Docuseries, Book #2) by Max Monroe

Dr. OB (St. Luke’s Docuseries, Book #1) by Max Monroe

Dragon’s Lair (Wind Dragons MC Series, Book #1) by Chantal Fernando

Driven (The Driven Trilogy) by K. Bromberg

E

Egomaniac: A Tight Spaces Novel by Vi Keeland

F

Fallen Too Far: A Rosemary Beach Novel (Rosemary Beach Series, Book #1) by Abbi Glines

A Father’s Fight: Blake & Layla #2 (The Fighting Series, Book #5) by JB Salsbury

Fifty Shades of Grey (Book #1) by E.L. James

Fifty Shades Darker (Book #2) by E.L. James

Fighting for Flight (The Fighting Series, Book #1) by JB Salsbury

Fighting the Fall (The Fighting Series, Book #4) by JB Salsbury

Fighting to breathe (Shooting Stars Series, Book #1) by Aurora Rose Reynolds

Fighting to Forget (The Fighting Series, Book #3) by JB Salsbury

Fighting to Forgive (The Fighting Series, Book #2) by JB Salsbury

Finding Spencer (B & S Series, Book #1.5) by Kimberly Knight

The Firework Exploded (The Holiday Series, Book #3) by Tara Sivec

Fling (Cafe Series, Book #2.5) by Jana Aston

Forever Too Far: A Rosemary Beach Novel (Rosemary Beach Series, Book #3) by Abbi Glines

Futures and Frosting (Chocolate Lovers Series, Book #2) by Tara Sivec

G

The Gamble (Colorado Mountain Series, Book #1) by Kristen Ashley

The Gentleman Mentor (Lessons with the Dom Series, Book #1) by Kendall Ryan

Going Down (The Elevator Series, Book #1) by Katherine Stevens

Going Long (Waiting on the Sidelines, Book #2) by Ginger Scott

H

#Hater (Hashtag Series, Book #2) by Cambria Hebert

Hellion (Rebel Series, Book #2) by Elle Casey

Hit the Wall (Blythe College Series, Book #2) by Rochelle Paige

Hollywood Dirt by Alessandra Torre

How We Deal with Gravity by Ginger Scott

Hyde and Seek (Hyde Series, Book #1) by Layla Frost

I

Incandescent: Knights Rebels MC (Book #1) by River Savage

It Ends With Us: A Novel by Colleen Hoover

J

Jack and Coke (Uncertain Saints MC Series, Book #2) by Lani Lynn Vale

Jack Who?: A Storm Rock Star Romance (Silver Strings Series G-String Set, Book #1) by Lisa Gillis

K

Kill Shot (Code 11-KPD SWAT Series, Book #6) by Lani Lynn Vale

Knight (Unfinished Heroes Series, Book #1) by Kristen Ashley

L

Lead (A Stage Dive Novel, Book #3) by Kylie Scott

Leave A Mark by Stephanie Fournet

Lick (A Stage Dive Novel, Book #1) by Kylie Scott

Locke (Corps Security Series, Book #6) by Harper Sloan

M

Marek (Knights Corruption Series, Book #1) by S. Nelson

Maverick (Satan’s Fury MC Series, Book #1) by L. Wilder

Mid-Life Love (Book #1) by Whitney Gracia Williams

Mid-Life Love: At Last (Book #2) by Whitney Gracia Williams

The Mistake (Off-Campus Series, Book #2) by Elle Kennedy

Motorcycle Man by Kristen Ashley

Music of the Heart (Runaway Train Series, Book #1) by Katie Ashley

Music of the Soul (Runaway Train Series, Book #2.5) by Katie Ashley

N

#Nerd (Hashtag Series, Book #1) by Cambria Hebert

Neighbor Dearest by Penelope Ward

Never Too Far: A Rosemary Beach Novel (Rosemary Beach Series, Book #2) by Abbi Glines

Normal (Something More Series, Book #1) by Danielle Pearl

November 9 by Colleen Hoover

O

Okay (Something More Series, Book #2) by Danielle Pearl

One Night Promised (One Night Trilogy, Book #1) by Jodi Ellen Malpas

P

Passion and Ponies (Chocoholics Series, Book #2) by Tara Sivec

Perfectly Imperfect by Harper Sloan

Play (A Stage Dive Novel, Book #2) by Kylie Scott

#Player (Hashtag Series, Book #3) by Cambria Hebert

The Player (The Player Duet Series, Book #1) by K. Bromberg

Pucked (Pucked Series, Book #1) by Helena Hunting

Pucked Over (Pucked Series, Book #3) by Helena Hunting

Pucked Up (Pucked Series, Book #2) by Helena Hunting

Push the Envelope (Blythe College Series, Book #1) by Rochelle Paige

R

The Rage (Hell’s Disciples Series, Book #3) by Jaci J

Raid (Unfinished Heroes Series, Book #3) by Kristen Ashley

Raising Ryann (Bad Boy Reformed Series, Book #1) by Alyssa Rae Taylor

Rake’s Redemption (Wind Dragon’s MC Series, Book #4) by Chantal Fernando

Reaper’s Fall (Reaper’s MC Series, Book #5) by Joanna Wylde

Reaper’s Legacy (Reaper’s MC Series, Book #2) by Joanna Wylde

Reaper’s Property (Reaper’s MC Series, Book #1) by Joanna Wylde

Reaper’s Stand (Reaper’s MC Series, Book #4) by Joanna Wylde

Reasonable Doubt (Episode #1) by Whitney G.

Rebel (Rebel Series, Book #1) by Elle Casey

ReCap: A Normal Novella (Something More Series, Book #1.5) by Danielle Pearl

Resisting Ryann (Bad Boy Reformed Series, Book #2)  by Alyssa Rae Taylor

The Ride (Hell’s Disciples MC, Book #1) by Jaci J

Right (Wrong Series, Book #2) by Jana Aston

Rock Chick (Rock Chick Series, Book #1) by Kristen Ashley

Rock Chick Redemption (Rock Chick Series, Book #3) by Kristen Ashley

Rock Chick Renegade (Rock Chick Series, Book #4) by Kristen Ashley

Rock Chick Rescue (Rock Chick Series, Book #2) by Kristen Ashley

Rock Chick Revenge (Rock Chick Series, Book #5) by Kristen Ashley

Rock Me (Ross Siblings Series, Book #2) by Cherrie Lynn

Rockstar Daddy (Decoy Series, Book #1) by K.T. Fisher

Roomhate by Penelope Ward

The Run (Hell’s Disciples MC Series, Book #4) by Jaci J

Ryker: A Cold Fury Hockey Novel (Cold Fury Hockey Series, Book #4) by Sawyer Bennett

S

Sacked ( Gridiron Novel, Book #1) by Jen Frederick

Say You’ll Stay (Return To Me Series, Book #1) by Corinne Michaels

The Score (Off-Campus Series, Book #3) by Elle Kennedy

Scoring Her (Billionaire Bad Boys Series, Book #3.5) by Max Monroe

Scoring the Billionaire (Billionaire Bad Boys Series, Book #3) by Max Monroe

Seduction and Snacks (Chocolate Lovers Series, Book #1) by Tara Sivec

Seize Me (Breakneck, Book #1) by Crystal Spears

Sharing You by Molly McAdams

The Shortstop by A.M. Madden

Sincerely, Carter by Whitney G.

Slow Burn (Lost Kings MC Series, Book #1) by Autumn Jones Lake

Stardust (Peaches Monroe Series, Book #1) by Mimi Strong

Stealing Home by Nicole Williams

Stepbrother Dearest by Penelope Ward

Stitch (Satan’s Fury MC Series, Book #2) by L. Wilder

The Stocking Was Hung by Tara Sivec

Stone (Knights Corruption MC Series, Book #2) by S. Nelson

The Story of Us by Tara Sivec

Strings of the Heart (Runaway Train Series, Book #3) by Katie Ashley

Stuck-Up Suit by Penelope Ward and Vi Keeland

Sweet Ache: A Driven Novel (Driven Series, Book #6) by K. Bromberg

Sweet Addiction (Sweet Addiction, Book #1) by J. Daniels

Sweet Dreams (Colorado Mountain Series, Book #2) by Kristen Ashley

Sweet Possession (Sweet Addiction, Book #2) by J. Daniels

T

Take Care by Ash Johnson

Tapping Her (Billionaire Bad Boy Series, Book #1.5) by Max Monroe

Tapping the Billionaire (Billionaire Bad Boy Series, Book #1) by Max Monroe

Tattered Love (Needles Kiss, Book #1) by Lola Stark

Ten Year Crush by Toshia Slade

The Scars That Define Us (Devil’s Dust MC Series, Book #2) by M.N. Forgy

Third Base (The Boys of Summer Series, Book #1) by Heidi McLaughlin

39 & Holding by M.R. Joseph

This is Falling (The Falling Series, Book #1) by Ginger Scott

This Man (This Man Trilogy, Book #1) by Jodi Ellen Malpas

This Man Confessed (This Man Trilogy, Book #3) by Jodi Ellen Malpas

Thoughtless (Thoughtless Series, Book #1) by S.C. Stephens

Tracker’s End (Wind Dragon’s MC Series, Book #3) by Chantal Fernando

Trashed (Stripped) by Jasinda Wilder

Trouble and Treats (Chocolate Lovers Series, Book #3) by Tara Sivec

Trust In Advertising by Victoria Michaels

Try (Temptation Series, Book #1) by Ella Frank

U

Uncaged (Corps Security, Book #4) by Harper Sloan

Under Locke by Mariana Zapata

Unexpected Fate (Hope Town Series, Book #1) by Harper Sloan

Until Ashlyn (Until Her Series, Book #3) by Aurora Rose Reynolds

Until Friday Night (A Field Party Series, Book #1) by Abbi Glines

Until Jax (Until Him Series, Book #1) by Aurora Rose Reynolds

Until July (Until Her Series, Book #1) by Aurora Rose Reynolds

Until June (Until Her Series, Book #2) by Aurora Rose Reynolds

Until Lilly (Until Series, Book #3) by Aurora Rose Reynolds

Until Nico (Until Series, Book #4) by Aurora Rose Reynolds

Until November (Until Series, Book #1) by Aurora Rose Reynolds

Until Trevor (Until Series, Book #2) by Aurora Rose Reynolds

V

Vodka on the Rocks (The Uncertain Saints MC Series, Book #3) by Lani Lynn Vale

W

Waiting on the Sidelines (Book #1) by Ginger Scott

Walking Disaster by Jamie McGuire

The Wall of Winnipeg and Me by Mariana Zapata

Weathering Jack Storm (Silver Strings Series G-String Set, Book #2) by Lisa Gillis

Wednesday by Kendall Ryan

What Doesn’t Destroy Us (Devil’s MC Series, Book #1) by M.N. Forgy

Where I Need to Be (B & S Series, Book #1) by Kimberly Knight

Whiskey Neat (The Uncertain Saints MC Series, Book #1) by Lani Lynn Vale

Wild Reckless by Ginger Scott

Withstanding Me (Breakneck, Book #2) by Crystal Spears

Womanizer (Manwhore Series, Book #4) by Katy Evans

Wrong (Wrong Series, Book #1) by Jana Aston

Wrong Number, Right Guy (The Bourbon Street Boys Series, Book #1) by Elle Casey

Y

You and Everything After (The Falling Series, Book #2) by Ginger Scott

Z

Zack: A Cold Fury Hockey Novel (Cold Fury Hockey Series, Book #3) by Sawyer Bennett

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