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Product Details

  • Series: A Skulls Creek Novel (Book 1)
  • Mass Market Paperback: 384 pages
  • Publisher: Signet (July 1, 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 045147046X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0451470461
  • Product Dimensions: 6.7 x 4.2 x 1.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 7 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #329,242 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Praise for the novels of Stephanie Tyler

“Fast-paced, dark, and wickedly edgy…No one writes a bad-boy hero like Tyler.”—New York Times Bestselling Author Larissa Ione

“Raw [and] sexy.”—New York Times bestselling author Maya Banks

"Kept me on the edge of my seat...Breathtaking danger, sizzling romance, and unexpected twists."—New York Times bestselling author Alexandra Ivy

About the Author

Stephanie Tyler is the New York Times extended bestselling author of the Section 8 and Eternal Wolf Clan series, as well as two other military romantic suspense series. This is the first novel in the Skulls Creek series. She lives in New York with her husband, kids, and a crazy Weimaraner named Gus.

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New York Times Bestselling author Stephanie Tyler writes what she loves to read - romantic suspense with military heroes for Bantam Dell. She lives in New York with her husband, her daughter and her weimaraner. She also writes paranormal erotic romance for Bantam Dell under the pen-name Sydney Croft.

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Anna's herding cats on July 3, 2014
Format: Kindle Edition
Ahhhh Vipers Run. It was an interesting read that's for sure. I've read Tyler in the past as Sydney Croft and just loved her. Those are erotic paranromals with Larissa Ione. So I was pretty excited to try her on her own. Throw in an MC romance and hell yeah I'm all in. I love my MCs. And while I wasn't blown away byt it I enjoyed Vipers Run for the most part as a phone call changes everything for two strangers and throws their lives into danger, turmoil and a relationship they'd never have expected.

The quick of it...Cage is part of an MC and working to protect his club from a rival group wanting to bring drugs into their area. Things are tense and dangerous and that lands him in a world of hurt on night. It also brings him to Calla. A woman he's never met, that's not part of his lifestyle and that saves him in her own way.

What worked for me:

****One of the best opening scenes I think I've ever read. The start of Vipers Run was pretty damn incredible. Calla answers a phone call at work to find a man on the other end. He's been attacked and needs to get a message to her boss before he dies. I mean. Holy shit. It was crazy emotional as the two talked and he tried to hold on despite his injuries. Then top it all off with the fact that now that she knows what happened her life is in serious danger and she's going to have to run and hide.

****I liked both Calla and Cage. Especially Cage.

****My favorite piercing! Yep. Cage is rocking pierced manly bits! Be still my pervy heart.

****The POV-- This one moves from 1st person (Calla) to 3rd person (Cage). I really liked getting to see his side of things as well.

****Some very hot sex though it was limited. It did fit the storyline though I thought so I'm happy with it.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By P. Phan on July 12, 2014
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I have become a fan of Stephanie Tyler's books in a short period of time and after reading Vipers Run, my love for her books has grown. The author captured my attention right from the beginning when Cage and Calla first spoke to each other on the phone and a deep connection was established as Cage was fighting for his life. I thought that it was romantic that these two wounded souls found each other. Cage is the sexy bad boy biker who will do anything to protect Calla and his Vipers MC family. Cage has some demons from his past he's dealing with and Calla has her own as well. They both come from completely different backgrounds so Cage is uncertain if Calla can live in the MC life he has chosen. I liked that they were able to talk to each other and be honest about their feelings. I loved that Cage and Calla were able to help each other overcome some of their painful past. I have to say that I loved the sex scenes which were sexy and smoking hot and also just when they cuddled together. I enjoyed getting to know all the secondary characters in this story and I'm really looking forward to reading more in this series.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Barb thereadingcafe on July 2, 2014
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Vipers Run by Stephanie Tyler is the 1st book in her new Skulls Creek series. This series is about Motorcycle Club members and the women in their lives. The story starts with Calla, who is hiding from her family working for former Army Ranger turned private investigator. A phone call changes Calla’s life as she knows it, as the man on the other ending is dying, and her boss is not around to help. For whatever reason, Calla feels an immediate bond to the man called Cage, who will eventually survive and become our hero.

This is an exciting and very hot story of two people so different, each with their own issues that come together for salvation. Because of danger, Calla is sent away by her boss, to a place for safety. She has no idea where she is going, but no knows she needs help, as everything around her is crumbling. When she reaches her destiny, she discovers she is at a MC (motorcycle club), and meets their leader, Tenn. He puts her under his protection, until he can find out why Bernie (Calla’s boos) sent her to them. Weeks go by, and then out of the blue, Cage appears to take her with him. Calla despite her fears, is drawn sexually to Cage, as he is to her.

They head for Vipers MC, where Cage is a member, though he has been away for a while trying to find information to help his club. During their travel to Skulls Creek, and even after they arrive, the chemistry between Calla and Cage is off the wall sizzling. Cage has to come to terms with his MC brothers, why he left and that he is here to stay to help them. He also knows they will be under attack soon, and with the secrets Calla has of her past, the danger will escalate. Calla has lived with a terrible event that took place when she was only 15, and it will take her love of Cage to help her get past it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Dorcas on July 8, 2014
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There are not many things in this world that I love more than a sexy bad boy, and Christopher Cage Owens is the epitome of smexy badness. Good god, the man is pure lust. Bossy, possessive, and protective, with the heart of a teddy bear... geez, seriously I couldn't get enough of him. Cage is who he is and he's not willing to change that. Admittedly, he does change his stance on relationships but that's because the love of his life gave him something to live for... literally. But he's part of a MC and he makes no excuses about it. He loves his life--good, bad, ugly, and illegal--and doesn't plan on leaving it any time soon.

Now Calla (love the name, by the way) is a whole heap of broken. A traumatic experience in her teens shattered her innocence and her trust in humanity. Then her step brother stole everything from her. And finally what she always believed to be true about her family--her mother and her father--turns out to be less than accurate. It's a freakin' wonder the girl is able to dress herself in the morning. But she is. In fact, despite her obvious trust issues and jaded perspective on life, she is surprisingly strong and resilient, although confidence takes a minute. Cage is her saving grace. He gave her something to live for. He's the reason she is able to feel again.

They saved each other.

And this story. Holy cow, guys, it's one thing after another, yet it all ties in. There is so much mystery, intrigue, and emotional trauma... erm... I mean tension, emotional tension. I was glued to the pages. The live inside a motorcycle club is outlined in great detail. I'm gonna throw a curve ball in here--and you'll have to read the book to understand it--but the whole Jeffrey Harris story line? I did not see that coming.
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