About the Author
Mason Lloyd is an audiobook narrator from Portland, Oregon. With his deep and warm voice, he's found a niche in the romantic and erotic audiobook genres and loves every minute of it.
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|Length: 407 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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Ms. West is one of the most gifted, creative and consistent writers I've encountered in a long time. Read morePublished 6 hours ago by Nehemiah Girl
I think this is the perfect romance. Alittle humore, alittle angst, alittle drama and just enough red hot sex. I highly recomend it!Published 1 day ago by Reader59
Preacher was made aware of a plebe and a few others are planning a coup. They will assassinate the president (Preacher) and his father the Vice President of the MC. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Delta108
Could have done without the cursing, but I enjoyed the book none-the-lessPublished 8 days ago by NT
Dahlia is one of my favorit authors, and enjoyed the spin off of other series, that I enjoyed Burnout seriesPublished 8 days ago by Jackie Pokorney
Pretty well written, but the storyline was unusual. I'm trying to have sympathy for a motorcycle club president with blood and drugs on his hands. Maybe that's just me. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Ron Terborg
Have read the other books in the series, but have to say, this is my favourite by far.Published 8 days ago by Jackie Oldridge
It was hard for me to keep reading but the end was worth it.Published 17 days ago by Cheryl Tessendorf