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The Soldiers of Wrath Box-Set: Volume 2 - The Soldiers of Wrath MC - cover

The Soldiers of Wrath Box-Set: Volume 2 - The Soldiers of Wrath MC

Jenika Snow, Sam Crescent

Publisher: Crescent Snow Publishing

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VOLUME 2: The Soldiers of Wrath MC 
This boxed set includes the following Soldiers of Wrath MC: 
-Book 3.5: Bonus short story (free on CSP website) 
-Book 4: Dead Bastard 
-Book 4.5: Ruin and Rise 
-Book 5: The Way I Like It 
-Book 5.5: Bikers, Bbaies, and Leather (bonus short story, free on CSP website) 
-Book 6: Lost In You 
-Book 6.5: All or Nothin' (exclusive bonus short story) 
 
*Volume 1 box-set should be read first in order to fully enjoy the characters and world. 
 
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The Soldiers of Wrath MC is filled with, vicious, dangerous men who’ll move heaven and earth to get what they want. This box-set is filled with alpha, obsessed bikers that will do anything it takes to make sure the women they love are safe.

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