Bedding The Biker Next Door (Bedding the Bachelors Book 5) Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
It's great that you can read these as a series, really no cliffhanger and happy endings. AWESOME AUTHOR 😱
Bedding the Biker Next Door was no different. Cole is still reeling from the death of his mother and basically just ghosting thru life not really interested in anything. Til he sees Jill. Suddenly he's very interested.
Jill is a good girl. Running a daycare leaves her satisfied. Then she meets Cole. Suddenly she's acting totally out of character and a one night stand is the best idea ever! Both are determined to leave it at one night.
Then their worlds collide and one night might not be enough. For either of them.
Emotionally charged, heartwarming goodness ensues. And lingers for days.
I was given a copy of this book for my honest review and I highly recommend
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have told all my friends about this series is a really enjoyable's bookPublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
A bad boy who is a big mama boy. Love it with a great story about wanted more.Published 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
Hot, hot, hot! Sizzling, intoxicating, scintillating. I can't think of any other synonyms. Just read it!Published 7 months ago by Lylett
Great storyline, and believable. I love it when the bad boy falls hard and heavy, and isn't afraid to show itPublished 8 months ago by Kindle Customer
This is a great book realizing that you can deal with your past and still live an amazing future one day at a timePublished 9 months ago by Debby
just an o.k. story, not as good as her other books in this series.Published 12 months ago by Terri Kuzel