Lauren Grahame has spent her whole life thinking something special was going to happen. She didn’t know what it was, she just knew it would one day be hers. But she learned the hard way that special wasn’t on offer.So, after divorcing her cheating husband, Lauren searched for nothing special and... show more
Lauren Grahame has spent her whole life thinking something special was going to happen. She didn’t know what it was, she just knew it would one day be hers. But she learned the hard way that special wasn’t on offer.So, after divorcing her cheating husband, Lauren searched for nothing special and she thought she found it when she landed a job as a waitress in a biker bar in Carnal. It was perfect: a nothing job in a nowhere bar in Nowheresville.Then Tatum Jackson walked in. Part-owner of the bar, he took one look at high-class Lauren and wanted nothing to do with her. And he made this known, loudly.Tate’s angry insults seared in her brain, Lauren decides the feeling is mutual and she doesn’t want anything to do with the gloriously handsome Tate Jackson. The clash of the bartender and barmaid begins but, even though Tate makes his change of mind clear (in biker-speak, a language Lauren is not fluent in), Lauren is intent on going her own way.Until a serial killer hits Carnal and Lauren finds out Tate isn’t a bartender, he’s a bounty hunter. He stakes his claim for Lauren before he goes on the hunt for a killer but Laurie doesn’t speak biker nor does she understand bounty hunters and Tate comes back from the hunt to find his old lady has moved on.Life throws curveball after curveball at Laurie and Tate as secrets are revealed, women are brutally murdered, Tate leads Lauren to special and Laurie tries to find her inner biker babe.
Publish date: April 23rd 2011
Publisher: Amazon Digital Services
Pages no: 562
Edition language: English
Ms. Ashley writes compelling stories that need a heavy hand with an editor. Some of her writing quirks are just too much. The cutsey nicknames. The use of "babe" and "sorry" as a complete sentences. Jumping around the timeline and, bizarrely enough, jumping around points of view for only the last ch...
“Tate,” I kept whispering, calling him by his name for the first time ever.“Tate,” I breathed.“Tate,” was all I could say.“Tate!” I cried but he kept going.“Tate,” I snapped but he was concentrating on studying my body.“Tate,” I repeated but said no more because his head bent and he kissed me.“Tate,...
reread no 6I love Tate! Enough said!
1st read - 4 August to 6 August 20132nd read - 11 May to 14 May 20153rd read - 30 March to 3 April 2016________________________________________"You buy me sheets. You paint my room. What's next? You gonna wash my balls?""Which one are you?" I whispered. "What?" he asked. "Are you the good guy, the s...
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