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About Ana Night
Ana Night is a writer of suspenseful gay romance. She’s an avid reader who has loved the written word since she discovered it. When she was a kid, she never went anywhere without a notepad. She was always writing, be it in the backseat of the car, between classes in school, or by the pool on vacations.
When she’s not writing, you can find her with her nose buried in a book, singing and dancing, or watching her favorite TV shows.
Ana lives in Denmark where she spends most of her time running from her ninja kitty—that one goes for the ankles—and getting lost in the woods with her horse.
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It’s been close to a year since Jace ran. Since the man he loved killed his brother and set him free. He’s almost got his life back on track when he’s forced back into everything he just wanted to leave behind. The last thing he wants is to be around outlaw bikers again, but Ares makes it clear that he’s not giving Jace a choice. As much as he wants to run again, he also wants to know if there’s a chance Ares might feel the way he does.
When their past mistakes catch up with them, they’ll have to fight tooth and nail for what they want and there’s only one thing Ares truly wants, but will he chase Jace away before realizing it?
The King’s Disciples MC Series is a spin-off of the Salvation Kings MC series. Ares can be read as a standalone but is best read after the Salvation Kings MC series.
This is the third book in the King's Disciples MC series featuring Griff and Roadkill/Sam.
When Sawyer discovers that his boyfriend is the worst kind of criminal, he calls his sister for help. Her motorcycle club sends him to the King’s Disciples to keep him safe. Sawyer's focus should be on staying alive and laying low, but how is he supposed to help himself when the sexy straight guy protecting him keeps looking at him in a not so straight way? He knows he’s playing with fire, but one look into those baby blue eyes and he doesn’t care if he gets burned.
The small hope of a future together grows bigger with each day, but with a psychopath hunting Sawyer, and Texas still learning to live with his loss, is a relationship even a possibility?
Jet’s life is changed with a single kiss because he never imagined how much it could make him feel. Walker is his best friend, but what if they could have more than friendship? What if he could love Walker in a different way? He just has to prove to Walker that he’s serious about them. It won’t be easy, especially when the horror that is Walker’s past almost pulls them apart.
As a member of the Salvation Kings Motorcycle Club, Jet has seen his fair share of death and destruction and it has made him tougher than most. Walker pushes him away when someone dangerous from his past comes back for him, but Jet won’t let anything come between them. Not even murder.
Zayne ‘Saint’ Lewis isn’t your average biker; he’s the road captain of the Salvation Kings MC and he’s not afraid to do what’s necessary to protect his club. He’s a one-percenter but he’s dedicated his life to helping people in need. He’s hesitant to bring Nash into his club life, unsure if Nash will be able to handle it. One thing he’s sure of, though, is the way Nash makes him feel.
Will the secrets and dangers of Zayne’s life jeopardize their relationship? With a war brewing between his and a rival club, can Zayne keep Nash safe?
Elijah is a teacher at a school for deaf and hard-of-hearing children. He never expected to get involved with a motorcycle club but, then again, he never thought he’d stumble over a man dumping a body either. He got the man sent to jail but while he waits for the trial to begin, he’s noticed someone stalking him. The last thing he wants is someone else following him around all day, but Hawk won’t take no for an answer. Elijah knows Hawk is dangerous, but during their time together, he gets to know a man he could easily imagine a life with.
With a murderer targeting Elijah and Hawk’s past threatening to jeopardize the life he’s built, the odds aren’t in their favor. Will they come out on the other side unscathed?
Rome D’Alessio is a made man, forever bound to the Cosa Nostra and his boss, Marco Serrano. Being a gay man in his world is not only dangerous but also very lonely. The latter changes when he meets Juno, a tattoo artist and patched member of the Salvation Kings Motorcycle Club, whom he can’t seem to take his eyes off. Juno makes him want things he’s long thought he couldn’t have.
When Serrano comes under attack, Rome is forced to seek help from Juno and the Kings, putting their relationship to the test. Can they weather the storm long enough to realize that all they want is each other?
Russell ‘Skinner’ Jones used to know who he was. Then Ronin happened. He doesn’t regret leaving with Ares, but he knows starting over won’t be easy. They’re lucky to have the Kings’ help and there’s one King in particular that has caught Russell’s eye. One look at the small skittish man and he knows he needs to find a way to earn Auggie’s trust. Auggie’s been hurt in a way that’s left him with deep emotional scars, but that doesn’t stop Russell from wanting him. It only makes him more determined to prove himself worthy of Auggie’s love.
But can Russell keep Auggie safe when the monster from Auggie’s past comes looking for him?
Joker has been the vice president of his club for nearly two years. He loves being a King, and he’s done everything he can to live up to the responsibility he’s been given. He’s always been pulled toward Gabe and when he moved into Joker’s spare bedroom, that pull grew into something much stronger. He’s never wanted anyone as much as he wants Gabe, but he’s been keeping his distance, knowing if he gave in, there would be no turning back.
The Henchmen still pose a big threat to the club and it’s not long before Joker and Gabe find themselves in danger. Forced together, passion soon ignites between them, but is Joker willing to put everything on the line for a chance with Gabe?
Edan knows falling for his best friend’s closeted brother is a bad idea. Yet that doesn’t stop him from doing exactly that. But keeping their relationship a secret takes a toll on him and Tommy being deployed half the time doesn’t help either. Seeing his best friend fall in love and make a home with his boyfriend makes him realize he wants more than Tommy can give him and it tears them apart.
Then Tommy retires from the Army and while Edan is unsure of Tommy’s intentions, there’s only one thing Tommy really wants: Edan. He just has to prove it to him. He gets a chance to do just that when he’s invited to Edan’s family ranch in Colorado and he won’t let a little gunfire or a few angry cowboys get in his way. But is it enough to convince Edan he’s all in this time?
Edan belongs to the Salvation Kings MC series, but the MCs are not from the motorcycle club. It can be read after Hawk, Salvation Kings MC book 3, though it is set after Juno, Salvation Kings MC book 5.
Detective Cade Lawson knows just how painful facing your past can be, and he’s determined to ensure the man he loves gets safely out on the other side of it. But it’s not only Cole’s past that rears its ugly head. Franklin makes some new discoveries that shift their whole world and reveal just how connected their pasts really are.
Cade and Cole have three murders to solve but things get complicated when they all seem related to an accident that occurred sixteen years ago. In order to get justice for an old friend, Cole has to detach himself emotionally from the case, but with Cade by his side, he might just get through it in time to catch the killer before he strikes again.
Cade Lawson may have finally gotten his family back, but what will it mean for his relationship with Cole? Letting Cole see the side of him he buried so many years before is as freeing as it is frightening and having to step back into that role is even more so. But to keep them all safe, he has no choice but to do it.
When they return home, it’s to a scattered homicide department. The mole at BPD has returned with a vengeance and Captain Morris puts Cade and Cole in charge of catching him. But the mole is much closer than they think and he’s not going down without a fight. Can they push their own troubles aside long enough to catch the mole?