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The Biker and The Bride - cover

The Biker and The Bride

Jan Springer

Publisher: Jan Springer

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Summary

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 whisks her away on his motorcycle to the rustic Canadian wilderness cabin 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… 
Please note: The Biker & The Bride has been previously published.

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