Book 1 - Resisting the Biker is FREE. Twenty-three year old Charlie (Charlotte) has a love-hate relationship with her father Tony Armati, a rich and powerful man connected to the mafioso. Loving, but manipulative, Tony tries to control every aspect of her life, including the men she dates. This irritates the hell out of Charlie, who decides to strike back by seeing someone her father would never approve of… and equally as dangerous. Maddox Jones (Mad Dog to his friends) is the nephew of Bastard, the founding president of the Gold Vipers MC and newest edition to the Jensen, Iowa Chapter. A fearless hell-raiser, Mad Dog takes what he wants and right now it’s Charlie Armati, who walks into his life with a baseball bat and some deeply rooted daddy issues. When he learns that she’s using him to piss off her old man, Mad Dog tries cutting his losses but finds it’s not so easy, especially with a beautiful, woman like Charlie, who can be just as manipulative as her father. This story contains crude language, sexual situations, and violence. Is not suitable for readers under the age of 18. Please do not buy if any of this offends you. This is a work of fiction and is not meant to be a true depiction of a motorcycle club. It was written for entertainment only. keywords: bikers, biker mc romance books, mc biker romance, biker mc romance, biker club series, biker series, biker romance 2018, biker stories, bad boys, alpha male, mafia romance, crime and romance, biker club mc, romance and humour, romance and humor, romantic comedy, cassie alexandra, google play books,
Twenty-one-year-old college student, Adriana Nikolas, doesn't really know what to make of Raptor, the sexy biker who seems to be obsessed with getting into her pants. Hot or not, she knows from their first encounter that he's dangerous, both in and out of bed. What Raptor wants, Raptor gets. Right now, he wants Adriana and will do whatever it takes to claim her as his woman. But, she keeps resisting, which isn't something that the Road Captain of the Gold Vipers is accustomed to. Arrogant, cocky, and stubborn, Raptor takes on the challenge, and in the meantime, gets much more than what he'd bargained for. Meanwhile, Slammer, President of the Gold Vipers, seeks justice for the rape of his Old Lady's daughter. Book 1 of 2 CLIFFHANGER Book Trailer - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nTOebsV_Q-Y This story contains crude language, sexual situations, and violence. Is not suitable for readers under the age of 18. Please do not buy if any of this offends you. This is a work of fiction and is not meant to be a true depiction of a motorcycle club. It was written for entertainment only. The Biker Series Book Order: Resisting The Biker Surviving The Biker Fearing The Biker Breaking The Biker Loving The Biker Taming The Biker (A Novella) Luring The Biker Phoenix Rising (Related to series) Christmas with The Biker Destroying The Biker keywords: free erotica, free erotic books, free romance, free biker books, free mc biker books, freebies, free steamy romance, free romance thrillers
You'll never meet the bikers in this book or visit the mythical rust belt city of Springfield. But through the eyes of Ned "Crash" Aiken, you will experience the real world of the outlaw biker gang-a world shaped by desperation, casual brutality and fascinating rites of passage. Biker follows the career trajectory of "Crash" from his days as a small-time high school drug dealer to his rapid rise through the ranks of a biker gang that is rapidly and brutally expanding its territory and criminal connections. Aiken's story relates how an outlaw biker sees his gang from the inside. It is an experience shaped by seamy and ruthless characters waging a neverending battle to establish their supremacy. From drug running and gun sales, to prostitution and allegiances forged by violence, this is a struggle played out within biker gangs the world over. And as the reader discovers in this intense docudrama, this is not the romantic freewheeling beer-fest version of the Hells Angels, but a sleazy existence that draws social outcasts like moths to a flame. PRAISE FOR JERRY LANGTON AND FALLEN ANGEL "[Fallen Angel] is required reading for those interested in the genre."—The Globe and Mail "Langton is a natural storyteller."—The Toronto Star
Set in the a rust-belt city called Springfield, USA, Biker traces the career trajectory of Ned "Crash" Aiken, a small-time high-school drug dealer who rises quickly through the ranks of a major biker gang. He sees the wisdom in migrating to the ranks of the Sons of Satan, a powerful OMG that is busy expanding their territory, either by patch-over or by killing the competition. Aiken proves himself a natural leader and in a few years is overseeing business involving millions of dollars and life-and-death decisions. Through Aiken's rise to power, the inner sanctum of the outlaw motorcycle gang is revealed. The power structure; the operations; strategic decisions made around rival gangs; dealing with the weak and traitorous; colluding with native Americans and Canadians to smuggle guns, drugs, prostitutes and contraband into Canada. As the reader discovers, the OMG is not the romantic free-wheeling beer-fest world as portrayed by bikers, but a scummy existence that draws social outcasts like moths to a flame. Biker is frank and realistic, conveying a brutal reality but one that continues to be sought after and idolized, and read about, because it is a world that continues to fascinate those on the outside looking in.
Biker, Bad Boys in Big Trouble 1 By Fiona Roarke The first book in a six book romantic suspense series about the bad boy Langston brothers, Biker (Bad Boys in Big Trouble 1). Despite the danger, there are some definite pluses to undercover agent Zak Langston’s current alias as a mechanic slash low-life criminal. He gets to ride a damn fine Harley, for his mission to get inside the local criminal organization, help take it down and disappear without goodbyes or regrets. Kaitlin Pierce, bookkeeper and reluctant virgin. Her self-assigned mission is to do whatever it takes to entice the bad boy next door into her bed, even if it means following him into the kind of place that makes good girls tremble. Once he saves her from that decision, they both get more than they bargained for. Gunfire, gangsters and a kidnapping also weren’t part of her Deflower Kaitlin plan. Good thing for her bad boy Zak is very, very good. At everything.
Josh Pratt is an ex-con turned private investigator. Ginger Munz, a woman dying of cancer hires him to find the son she lost as a baby. The child’s father is a sadistic sociopath named Moon who has vowed to kill her, and Josh’s girlfriend Cass, for ratting him out. The trail leads to the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally and west into a no-man’s land where Josh learns the monstrous fate of the stolen child.
Biker: Short Stories is a work of fictional short stories with a variety of perspectives of the biker world. In each story, one will find something unique. Each story has its own personality from action and adventure to comedic situations mixed in with some sage advice. Every story takes the reader on its own, often surprising, ride.
Pastor's wife, Kirstie Donovan, lives life in a fishbowl, so when she hops on the back of a bright pink motorcycle, tongues start to wag at the conservative, century-old First Independent Christian Community Church of Eels Falls. Kirstie loves roaring down a road less traveled by most women over forty, but she's not just riding her bike for the fun of it. Kirstie has a ministry. However, certain church members have secrets to hide, and when God uses Kirstie's ministry to fill the pews with leather-clad, tattooed bikers, those secrets could be exposed... and some will stop at nothing to hide the truth. Join Kirstie and her motorcycle "gang"—two church matrons and a mouthy, gum-smacking non-church member—as they discover that road-toughened bikers are quite capable of ministering to others, and faith is fortified in the most unexpected ways.
In Biker Chicz: The Attraction of Women to Motorcycles and Outlaw Bikers, the authors provide the reader with an intriguing snapshot of the culture through women who have an intimate knowledge of the lifestyle. Although many people question their motivation to be involved with a lifestyle that most people find frightening and repulsive, to some women there is an attraction to the motorcycles and the outlaw bikers that permeate the culture. Publisher’s note: Biker Chicz: The Attraction of Women to Motorcycles and Outlaw Bikers is a condensed version of the previously published book entitled Biker Chicks: The Magnetic Attraction of Women to Bad Boys and Motorbikes (2009 Allen & Unwin), which is no longer in print and was available only in Australia and New Zealand.
Out of the Frying Pan, Into the Fire Ned Aiken was set up for a quiet life. After falling into the biker world almost by accident, rising through the ranks of a major motorcycle gang and eventually betraying them to the FBI in return for indemnity and witness protection, Ned chafes at his boring mailroom job and the cheap apartment where the Feds make him live. Babysat by a slovenly field agent, insulted and bullied by the bosses he hates, the corporate culture at the bottom of the ladder doesn’t suit the innocent-looking twenty-something used to commanding the respect of thugs and living the free-wheeling lifestyle of a drug dealer. Cornered into a delivery job by some sketchy co-workers, Ned soon finds himself neck-deep with the Russian mafia. Sophisticated, violent, and possessing a code of honor that doesn’t always translate to their North American associates, these are a class of criminal for whom borders and restraint are merely minor problems to be overcome. Aiken, grateful for the money and restrain are merely minor problems to be overcome. Aiken, grateful for the money and addicted to the excitement, find that juggling his FBI handler and avoiding the Sons of Satan who want him dead prove to be more difficult than he initially thought. Especially as his usefulness to the Russians and his responsibilities—and personal risk—grow. This time focusing on the true-to-life operations of the Russian mafia, their culture and incredible sphere of power and influence, bestselling author Jerry Langton takes readers deep into the inner workings of their criminal empire. You won’t find their names in any newspapers or magazines, but you will understand how—and why—the Russian mob has become one of the most powerful forces in the international underworld.
One thing I can say with certainty is that I have not had a dull life. I have been shot twice, stabbed, blown up, bitten by a rattlesnake and by a scorpion, plus had numerous car and motorcycle accidents...I've even been married twice. Here is the true-life story of Richard "Deadeye" Hayes in all its bad-ass, balls-to-the-wall glory. This is a man who stole a machine gun before he was seven and lost his left eye when a good friend shot him in the face. As a member--and then president--of the infamous Los Valientes Motorcycle Club, he broke more laws and had more fun than any six of the coolest guys you know. Butch told me the club had a hard time deciding whether to vote me in or kill me.I always hoped he was kidding. One of the last true Outlaw Bikers, Deadeye knows what it means to be a man, take shit from no one, and have tattoos that actually say something. Riding, drug dealing, and sending men to the hospital with his bare hands, Deadeye made himself a legend among bikers--all the while making sure his daughters never got mixed up with guys like him. I've always been of the belief that bikers are born, not made. Real bikers, that is. We must have an extra gene or something that gives us this I'll-live-like-I-want-whether-you-approve-of-it-or-not-and-fuck-your-rules attitude. In his own words, Deadeye tells it all. From earning his colors with an outlaw motorcycle club to his steady diet of drugs, sex, violence, and crime, this is his story: true to life, yet larger than life, and full throttle all the way. Richard "Deadeye" Hayes grew up in St. Paul, Minnesota, and learned at an early age that the confines of school and authority bored him. To alleviate this minor problem, he created much larger ones such as bar fights, gunfights, knife fights, fistfights, drugs, drug dealers, drug dealing, and dealing in stolen goods. It is an understatement to say that Deadeye enjoys adventure and values a sense of humor. He currently serves as president of the Los Valientes Motorcycle Club. He lives in South St. Paul, Minnesota. Mary Gardner is the author of Salvation Run, Boat People, and two other novels. A former Woodrow Wilson Fellow with a master's degree in English from the University of Chicago, she teaches at the Loft, a community writing center in Minneapolis. Her shorter work has been published in The New York Times, Minneapolis Star-Tribune, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, and Friends Journal. In the winter she lives in St. Paul; she spends summers in her cabin in northwestern Minnesota. "Colorful, fast-paced and fun." --Kirkus Reviews "Surely Deadeye Hayes has defied all actuarial tables to live long enough to write Outlaw Biker. I read an advance copy of this memoir at full throttle with fascination equal to passing an especially grisly wreck on the highway. The writing possesses sureness, authenticity, and maybe even a touch of poetry. If you have a rebellious teenage daughter, don't read this book any time soon. This may just be the best book ever written by an author who's been shot twice, stabbed once, and bitten by a rattlesnake!" --Geoffrey Leavenworth, author of Isle of Misfortune
"We can't be infiltrated, no cops can get inside of us, they don't have the resources, the manpower or the time to wait. We're unbeatable and untouchable." (Hells Angel, Ralph "Sonny" Barger, quoted in Droban, 2007, p. back cover) "There's nobody lower in this world than someone who rats on our club...and that includes Anthony Tait." (Barger, 2000, p. 229) Outlaw Motorcycle Gangs as organized crime bodies are considered to be the single most serious threat to North America-the enemy within. Members of Outlaw Motorcycle Gangs have been deemed "criminals without borders"-they are known and feared the world over. Outlaw Motorcycle Gangs close their world to the outside; outlaw bikers tend to be highly suspicious of outsiders, and they are extremely concerned about being infiltrated by undercover police officers. Members of the outlaw biker subculture do not want to be studied and, consequently, refuse to engage in formal interviews, fill out questionnaires, or have any statements tape-recorded. There is a rigid code of silence that cloaks their world in secrecy-the punishment for breaking this code is death. Nonetheless, there are literally hundred of works written on the outlaw biker subculture. Many of these works are polarized between two extremes, being probiker or anti-biker. Myth, legend, and reality overlap in the history of the outlaw biker. A researcher needs to become completely familiar with the topic they are investigating. This means seeking out, obtaining, and then reading as much as possible. The literature on your topic under investigation will be made up of many different kinds of sources, including scholarly literature, popular literature, newspaper articles, and magazine articles. Until now there has only been one attempt to compile a comprehensive literature search of the diverse sources on Outlaw Motorcycle Gangs. That attempt, published in 1996, was a valuable addition to the literature and an excellent source for those studying the outlaw biker subculture; however, it is out-ofdate and did not include many sources. Breaking the Outlaw Biker Code of Silence fills in the gaps and provides one of the most comprehensive compilations of sources on the outlaw biker phenomenon. This literature search is unique because it includes sources written by academics, law enforcement officials, former and current outlaw bikers, females associates, authors of popular literature, and journalists. The dissemination of the literature is important because the purpose of research is to contribute in some way to our understanding of the outlaw biker subculture. This cannot be done if information is not shared. The sources in this book are organized in a manner that attempts to make the bibliography a user friendly tool for a variety of possible readers ranging from academic researchers and students, journalists, authors of popular literature, lawyers, judges, law enforcement personnel, members of the outlaw biker subculture, and members of the general public.
Jerry Langton is a veteran journalist whose work has appeared in the Toronto Star, The Globe and Mail, Maclean’s, Daily News (New York) and many other publications. Set in the rust-belt city of Springfield, USA, Biker traces the career trajectory of Ned “Crash” Aiken, a small-time high-school drug dealer who rises quickly through the ranks of a major biker gang. Through the story of Aiken’s climb to power, the inner sanctum of the outlaw motorcycle gang is revealed. Biker is frank and realistic, conveying a brutal world that continues to be sought after and idolized. Outlaw Biker is the sequel to the bestselling Biker. Exploring the world of Russian and eastern European organized crime syndicates, Outlaw Biker shows how these groups have established an unshakeable grip on crime in North America through the use of fear tactics and overwhelming violence. First as a drug and weapons runner for the Russian mafia, and then as a respected and vital part of a Midwestern gang, Ned Aiken again becomes deeply involved in organized crime. Ned Aiken thought he had seen it all. After dropping out of school to run with one of the Midwest’s most powerful outlaw motorcycle gangs, he spent some time with the Russian mafia—just barely escaping from them alive. But as revealed in Dead Biker, none of that would prepared him for the incredible reach and brutality of the Mexican drug cartels.
Outlaw bikers and 1%er motorcycle clubs have always carefully guarded their privacy, however in recent years more and more books have come to be written by and about outlaw bikers, the lifestyle, and the realities of life inside the patched motorcycle club world. This anthology brings together some of the best authors in the world, who have recently written about motorcycle clubs, outlaw bikers and the biker culture. It features excerpts from internationally well-known authors such as Peter Edwards, Tony Thompson, Edward Winterhalder and Iain Parke, but also contains literary work from those who are relatively unknown and those who have only achieved recognition on a local scale. Covering both factual accounts of life inside clubs such as the Hells Angels, Satan’s Choice, Bandidos, Rock Machine, and the Outlaws, as well as leading examples of biker based fiction that explore the images of bikers and crucial themes such as loyalty, respect and honor, this compilation is intended to introduce the reader to the secretive world of motorcycle clubs and outlaw bikers.
“Oh, but you’re wrong,” he said. “You’re so wrong. Look at you. Those full, soft lips are just begging to be kissed.” Tanner I'm the leader of the Reaper's Riders MC - the baddest, toughest biker gang around. We do what we want, when we want, and ain't nobody gonna tell us different. So when this curvy young thing turns up and tells me that we gotta tear down our new outbuilding because we didn't get the proper permissions, I laugh in her face. She doesn't give up easy though...so I make her a deal. I'll do what she asks, as long as she gives me something in return. Her. Sara When my boss tells me that I'm the one who has to go tell the Reaper's Riders that their new construction project isn't up to code, I'm dreading it. Who knows what they'll do to me? Their leader, Tanner, is the only one there when I arrive. He's tall, tatted up, and a mountain of muscle and bad attitude. When he agrees to my request, I'm surprised...but then I find out he wants something in return. And I don't know if I can turn him down... biker erotica, biker romance, mc romance, bad boy romance, biker club romance new release 2016, mc biker romance,
Taken by the Biker is book 1 of the Fallen Angels MC trilogy. Books 2 and 3, Broken by the Biker and Owned by the Biker are available everywhere now! NOBODY IS TAKING HER AWAY FROM ME. She was supposed to help me find the traitors in my club, not get caught up in my war. She thinks I’m just another biker she shouldn’t trust—a monster and a brute. But I’m the only one who can keep her safe. Even if I have to tie her to my bed and never let her go. She was good with numbers, and I needed someone to help me find the traitors in my club. I was supposed to keep my hands off her. But when I saw her, I knew that I had to have a taste. One taste and I couldn’t get enough. One taste and I needed her screaming my name. She was supposed to stay out of my war. But that was before the traitors came after her, and dragged her into it. Now, I’m the only one who can keep her safe. I don’t care if she thinks I’m a monster and a brute. She’s mine, and nobody is going to take her from me. Even if I have to pin her curves beneath me Lash her to the bed, and never let her go.
Bikers, the ultimate alpha males. But what of women who ride? These sexy independent road warriors shirk the conventions of lady-like behavior and live life by their own terms - wild and free. BIKER CHICKS is full of sexy stories about women who ride, whether they be lone wolves or part of a gang. Some of the best authors in MC romance along with some new names and faces to the genre tell us how these strong women find the sexual satisfaction and romance we all long for, for one of the best causes. All proceeds of this anthology go to Bikers Against Child Abuse*, so come take a ride with us. Authors in this Anthology include... Rachel Barnard Bink Cummings MariaLisa deMora A.J. Downey Geri Glenn Sapphire Knight Emma Lee Liberty Parker Eric Plume K. Renee Bibi Rizer Winter Travers Text copyright (c) 2016 multiple authors This is a work of fiction. Names, characters, businesses, places, events and incidents are either the products of the author's imagination or used in a fictitious manner. Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, or actual events is purely coincidental. All rights reserved. *Bikers Against Child Abuse International (B.A.C.A.) is not directly affiliated with this charity-driven anthology and use of their name to indicate funds distribution does not constitute endorsement, recommendation, or guarantee on their behalf for the efforts of these individual authors. No liability of any kind, implied or expressed, is given with respect to B.A.C.A. or their activities.
Meet the Deacons of Bourbon Street, bad boy bikers who are hell on wheels and heaven between the sheets. Fans of Madeline Sheehan, Katie Ashley, Joanna Wylde and Kristen Ashley, buckle up - you're in for a wild ride. It's time for Hold Me Down by Jackie Ashenden. Leonidas 'Blue' Delacroix might be New Orleans aristocracy but the Deacons of Bourbon Street are his real family. And with their leader murdered he vows to unleash hell on the club's rivals - even if it means making an enemy of the girl that was once his best friend. But after all these years their chemistry is red-hot, and ruthless revenge turns into sweet seduction. For Alice Ray, loyalty is everything. When Blue skipped town she was forced to adopt a new MC family: The Graveyard Ministry. She never forgot Blue's betrayal but seeing him again has awakened old feelings and fiery fantasies. Torn between the motorcycle club that took her in, and the biker who holds the key to her soul, Alice must trust her heart with the deadliest choice of her life. For more badass bikers, don't miss the rest of the Deacons of Bourbon Street series: Make You Burn by Megan Crane, Fire Me Up by Rachael Johns, and Strip You Bare by Maisey Yates.