The Biker and The Bride: A Contemporary Suspense Erotic Romance

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Wrapped in red-hot lust for revenge, Avery plots to murder the man responsible for the death of her son. 

Her plans are dashed when her ex-husband crashes her wedding and whisks her away on his motorcycle to the rustic Canadian wilderness cabin where they’d once honeymooned. 

Police detective Mason is fighting for Avery’s love with everything he has. 

Armed with whipped cream, handcuffs and his undying devotion, Mason vows he will make Avery love again. 

But it’s only a matter of time before the man she’d planned to kill hunts them down…

2 reviews for The Biker and The Bride: A Contemporary Suspense Erotic Romance

  1. M Phelps

    I really enjoyed this quick hot number. I could feel the desire and love between the 2 main characters. It has sadness but in the end unfold just like I would have wanted. The narrator did a good job.

  2. Patricia Reichardt

    Totally fun, hot and suspenseful, this short novella brings a little of everything to the table. Avery and Mason, divorced, Avery at the alter getting remarried, Mason kidnapping her. But why do you ask, would he do this? Well, love is the main reason. Mason is in love with his ex-wife and plans on stopping her from making the worst mistake of her life. There are things the two of them have to work through, but sex is not one of them. There are some really hot scenes. enough to keep you hooked and listening! The death of their son, and Avery’s need for revenge has caused some danger, making his book from start to finish full of action, whether fistfight, gunfight or bedroom there is always something going on. Jan Springer is a new author for me and I plan on looking for other books she has out.

    Teri Clark Linden is the narrator of this book. She always brings her A game to her narrations, incredibly talented with her ability to separate her characters with believable voices. She is able to give the inflections and emotions necessary to draw you in and keep you in the story right along with her.

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