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Breaking Bad: 14 Tales of Lawless Love - cover

Breaking Bad: 14 Tales of Lawless Love

Billy London, Shyla Colt, A.M. Griffin, Xyla Turner, La LaQuette, Theodora Taylor, Koko Brown, Eve Vaughn, Caitlin Dare, Sharon C. Cooper, Victoria H. Smith, S. W. Frank

Publisher: Koko Brown

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Nice guys finish first, said no one ever. But we guarantee you’ll finish this collection filled with dark and dangerous alphas who obey no one, play by their own rules, and least of all allow anything to come between them and what they desire most. Download these 14 tales of Lawless Love and you’ll never look at thieves, hit men, bounty hunters or ex-cons the same way again. Break bad and our sexy-as-sin bad boys will steal your heart.  
 
NOTE: These bad boys and girls may break hearts, but you're guaranteed a happily ever after in every tale! No cliffhangers! 
 
His to Possess by Theodora Taylor  
What ruthless mafia prince Luca Ferraro wants, Luca Ferraro gets. And he won't stop until he possess the daughter of his family's biggest enemy. In. Every. Single. Way. 
 
Star-Crossed by Koko Brown  
Some people are born bad...again and again, and again  
 
His Favorite by Eve Vaughn  
With one taste, an addiction is born.  
 
Notorious by Caitlin Daire 
He says he's not guilty, but he might be the death of me anyway...  
 
Bedding The Enemy by LaQuette  
When sleeping with the enemy, hate becomes their addiction, and love... a complicated distraction they can't afford. 
 
Indebted by Sharon C. Cooper 
Even when he does good, he's bad. 
 
Bad Things, Good Killers by S.W.Frank 
He thought he buried the past; but one woman won't rest until he's paid the debt for his sins. 
 
Dangerously Theirs by A.M. Griffin 
She thinks she can outsmart the law, but can she outrun the bounty hunters who want to claim more than the reward for her capture? 
 
Hideout by Billy London 
Rae can hide from everyone out for her blood but she can't escape what she's done. 
 
Drive Her by Bridget Midway 
There's no honor among thieves and con artists, and no rest for the wicked, but can there be love? 
 
His for the Taking by Nia K. Foxx 
When the lines are blurred it's hard to distinguish between the good, bad and predators. 
 
Debt Collector's Due by Shyla Colt 
He'll collect what he's owed at any cost. 
 
One Hit by Victoria H. Smith 
He's her new neighbor and she's curious. She's his new neighbor and well... he wants a taste. 
 
Rectified by Xyla Turner 
His lifestyle wasn't fit for a queen and only one dead man stood between them.

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