18+ "I think Jamie really shakes things up with the Biker Bitches novellas. She takes these tough biker chicks, and she totally turns the tables on our assumptions on these ladies. [...]
What happens isn't an easy HEA, it's heartbreak, stupid pride and some very yummy make up sex...hee hee
Begley rocks the bicthes!! Keep em coming girl! I need me some Train and Killyama next!" - Goodreads
She needed a hero; instead, she got Cade.
Cade was no hero. He was a nomad, a wanderer with no ties and he liked it that way. Hired out to save Fat Louise and her spoiled sister from a cartel run Mexican city was a risk he was willing to take, for the right price. With a certain gray eyed woman on his mind, he sets out to find her, fuck her and forget her. No harm, no foul. But it's all easier said than done when it comes to this plain Jane.
Fat Louise wasn’t about to put her crew in danger. She had to learn to handle problems on her own, even if they included a six-foot biker she was forced to rely on, if she was going to rescue her sister. She never expected to see Cade again after she'd left Mexico, but all it takes is one night with him to prove that even a bitch’s heart can be broken.
“Montgomery?” Cade’s voice halted Benedict’s departure. “Which one?”
“Which one?” he asked in confusion.
“If I can only get one out alive, which one do you want it to be?” Cade gave a hard sigh yet stared at him pitilessly. “In other words, if I’m in hot water and both are drowning, and I can save only one, which one do you want me to save?”
Benedict felt his heart rip in two at the choice he was being asked to make. No parent ever wanted to make the decision the cold-hearted bastard was asking of him.
“Bailey. She couldn’t make it on her own. Jane’s a strong swimmer; she would stand a better chance of surviving.” Benedict left the bar with tears clogging his throat, restraining himself from going back inside and changing his answer. Jane was strong—she wouldn’t drown—and he was putting his faith in Cade Reid. George had said he was the best mercenary in the business.
He paused, sucking in a deep breath to calm himself.
Jane’s image came to mind—her sweet smile and how she was constantly trying to make everyone happy. It wouldn’t be as easy as Cade thought to leave his eldest daughter behind.
When he had divorced his first wife, he had thought it would be easy to leave; however, his love for Jane hadn’t disappeared or lessened with her absence. Instead, it had grown stronger. He had eventually caved in to his ex-wife’s vindictive demands just to spend an occasional weekend with Jane.
Benedict had to tell himself both of his daughters would survive; otherwise, he wouldn’t be able to board the plane home to a woman he had long ago stopped caring about.
He’d had Jane when he was eighteen and Bailey when he was twenty-one. He had stuck this marriage out because he wasn’t about to lose another daughter to divorce. With Bailey gone, his marriage was fast approaching the end.
The only way he was able to leave was knowing Cade wouldn’t have an easy time abandoning Jane.
His mouth quirked in the beginning of a smile. Cade was about to meet a woman hard to resist. In fact, Benedict found a new worry—that he might not be able to get her back from Cade once he realized how special she was.
She saw Teresa sitting at a table with Cade. He was wearing a black T-shirt, and his wet hair made it look as if he had just taken a shower. Every so often, Teresa would get up to refill his drink or get him food. Jane tried not to watch them as she worked; however, Cade was hard not to notice. She wanted to smack herself for staring at them.
Bringing herself back to earth, she started focusing on Jorge. He seemed tired today, moving slowly behind the bar as he helped wait on customers.
Seeing his keys were on the shelf next to the glasses, she took several glasses and placed them carefully on the shelf. She glanced around quickly to make sure no one was paying attention to her, and then she slid the keys into her pocket.
“Jorge, I’m not feeling well. I need to go to the restroom.” Jane told him as he moved from one customer to the next.
He studied her face for a second before nodding. “Hurry the fuck up. We’re busy.”
Jane guessed fear of getting caught taking his keys had made her face pale, adding credibility to her claim.
“I’ll try.” Jane tried to give a make-believe sick look before disappearing around the corner where his office was. The bathroom was directly in front of it, and the room that Cade was renting was next to it.
Jane hurriedly slipped the key in the door after checking to make sure no one else was near. Slipping inside, she closed and locked the door in relief. She stared around the office in dismay. It was filled with papers and boxes. She would never be able to find anything in here before Jorge noticed she had been gone for too long.
Taking a deep breath to calm herself, she began her search, making sure to place things back exactly as they were so Jorge wouldn’t know she had searched his things. Time flew and Jane was about to give up when she noticed a ledger lying on top of a box that was closest to his desk. Opening it, she saw several names with money amounts and addresses.
Jane ran her finger down the column, almost shouting when she saw the last name Silva. Jane memorized the address then closed the ledger.
Barely opening the door, she peeked outside, and seeing no one, she slipped back out into the hallway. She was about to close the door when she found herself jerked away as a hand reached out and snapped the door closed.
Jane stared up into Cade’s face as she was backed against the now closed door with Cade plastered against her.
“What?” Before she could say anything else, his mouth slammed down on hers.
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About the author:
"I was born in a small town in Kentucky. My family began poor, but worked their way to owning a restaurant. My mother was one of the best cooks I have ever known, and she instilled in all her children the value of hard work, and education.
Taking after my mother, I've always love to cook, and became pretty good if I do say so myself. I love to experiment and my unfortunate family has suffered through many. They now have learned to steer clear of those dishes. I absolutely love the holidays and my family puts up with my zany decorations.
For now, my days are spent writing, writing, and writing. I have two children who both graduated this year from college. My daughter does my book covers, and my son just tries not to blush when someone asks him about my books.
Currently I am writing five series of books- The Last Riders, The VIP Room, Predators MC, Biker Bitches, and The Dark Souls.
All my books are written for one purpose- the enjoyment others find in them, and the expectations of my fans that inspire me to give it my best.”
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