by Lily Harlem
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Pub Date 06 Oct 2022 | Archive Date 01 Nov 2022
I’m on the run.
With nothing more than the clothes on my back and my child.
If my husband finds me God only knows what he’ll do.
So it’s just as well my uncle has sent a Devil’s Barbarian biker to watch over me.
Damn shame I’m in no mood for a man … or am I?
Hudson wants me to play goddamn babysitter.
There’s gear to shift, deals to make, I ain’t got time for this.
So how come Tammy keeps drawing me in?
Fragile yet strong.
Scared yet brave.
And so damn sexy she’s screwing with my head.
It’s time she found out about real men.
Men with heart.
And that’s gonna be my job if it’s the last thing I do.
Available on NetGalley
Average rating from 26 members
A riveting book three in the Dirty Bikers series! It is emotionally deep, well written, engaging, funny, and fast pace with drama, suspense, action, danger, enegade Biker characters, and instant sizzling chemistry. Definitely recommended!
Thank you NetGalley for the eARC. This was a very cute love story. Yes it was about domestic violence and a woman who got out with her son. I did feel her pain. Been there done that. But i was so hopeful when this book ended because of her finding love again. This is worth it if you want a feel good book.
I thought that this was a brilliant book!
I thought that it had a great storyline and it was very well written
The book had a lovely natural flow to the story and it had me rooting for the big, broad biker all the way – the characters were well developed and I loved getting to know them
It was a romantic and sexy read and I loved it!
It is 5 stars from me for this one – very highly recommended
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