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Deserved - Satan's Rebels MC Series #3 - cover

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Deserved - Satan's Rebels MC Series #3

Kira Johns

Publisher: Kira Johns

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Summary

Five years after leaving Rockingham, Jade Moore is still trying to move on. Easier said than done when your heart lies in your hometown. She finds friendship with a man who bears a dark secret, one that could destroy her. 
Shadow has spent the last five years in misery over losing Jade. He still loves her, but knows he lost his chance. Now married to his worst nightmare, Shadow sees the light at the end of the tunnel when Jade returns home, only to find out she has been hiding something from him for years. 
Will Jade and Shadow find their happily ever after? Both are determined to make it happen, but when the past collides with the present, Shadow fears he will lose Jade forever. 
WARNING This book is intended for Adults 18 years of age and over due to graphic scenes involving sex, language, and violence. Deserved is Book 3 in the Satan’s Rebels MC Series and is not a standalone novel. This is the final installment of Jade’s story and ends in a HEA with no cliffhanger.
Available since: 10/07/2014.

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