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Books on Sale: Motorcycle Gangs and World Traveling Romantic Suspense

Book Redemption a dude with tattoos astride a motorcycle on a beach

Redemption by Stephanie Tyler is .99c. This is book 2 in her Defiance motorcycle gang series. Book 1, Defiance, is about $3 at most vendors, so you could get both for less than $5 – nice! Book 3 in the series, Salvation, comes out May 12.

This series is about a post-apocalyptic motorcycle gang, and is labeled as new adult, too. For reals – dystopian new adult motorcycle gang romance. Some of y'all need to put your catnip alerts on silent – you might get in trouble! This book has a 3.9-star average, and readers who enjoyed it mentioned the powerful hero, Matthias, who is mute.

Matthias Robichaud is looking for an alliance. The Defiance motorcycle club is a stronghold in the dangerous world that’s become the new norm and he’s driven to prove he’s tough enough to be sworn in as a full member. But when he sees a beautiful, spirited girl abducted by a rival MC, rescuing her jeopardizes all he’s worked for.

Politician’s daughter Jessa Everson knows what’s expected of her—obedience, loyalty and silence—but that doesn’t mean she doesn’t fight when she’s kidnapped by the Lords of Vengeance. Having Matthias save her is like gaining an avenging angel in leather and tattoos. But Defiance is known for brutal justice, and she may have just traded one bad situation for another.

Matthias’s urge to protect is too strong to ignore, no matter how much trouble Jessa brings to Defiance’s gates. There’s no room in the post-Chaos world for weakness so if Matthias and Jessa have any chance of surviving, they’ll need to put their full strength behind the MC…and hope that the MC will do the same for them.

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Book Born Wild

Born Wild by Julie Ann Walker is .99c, and is book 7 in her Black Knights Inc series. Other books in this series have been on sale previously, so you may already own them. This book has a 4+ star average, though some reviews indicate that the tension between the hero and heroine of this book has been building throughout the previous stories in the series.

This is contemporary military romantic suspense, with abs. I mean, nipples. No, there's abs and nipples. Seriously, do you think that dude on the cover waxes?

She's got three rules:

1. Trust no one… Eve Edens has been abandoned, used, or manipulated by almost everyone she's ever met. Born into ridiculous wealth, she's dealt with the petty jealousies and sordid little resentments for nearly thirty years. But after three botched attempts on her life, she can no longer ignore the truth. Someone wants her dead.

2. Avoid the bad boys at all costs… William “Wild Bill” Reichert, the wonderfully sexy boy who abandoned her years ago, is back in town. Only he's no boy. Now he's a covert operative – and he's all man. When Eve hires Bill to help her discover who is behind the attacks, Bill soon comes to suspect it's someone much closer to Eve than she dares to believe.

3. And never fall for the same ruse twice… The search for the killer takes Bill and Eve deep into the dark secrets and strange world of the rich and famous, and into the heart of red-hot passion re-ignited by the peril that threatens to consume them both. But does Eve dare risk her heart on Bill a second time?

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Book The Killing Game

The Killing Game by Toni Anderson is .99c. This is a romantic suspense novel about a wildlife biologist who specialises in endangered species, and the British SAS soldier who rescues her when she's kidnapped in Afghanistan.

The book takes place in the Himalayas, Afghanistan, and England, so if you like some serious travel with your suspense, this should make you very happy. This book as a 3.7 average on GR.

Wildlife biologist Axelle Dehn isn’t about to let anyone harm her endangered snow leopards—not the poacher intent on killing them, nor the soldier who wants to use them as bait. But Axelle is unknowingly entangled in a conflict that stretches back three decades, a conflict that could spark a war between two of the world’s great nations.

​British SAS soldier, Ty Dempsey, is on a mission to hunt down an infamous Russian terrorist in a remote region of Afghanistan. Dempsey hasn’t failed a mission yet, but when Axelle is kidnapped by the Russian, he is forced to choose between duty and his heart. He risks everything to save the determined, prickly woman he’s fallen for, but in doing so sparks a deadly series of events that threaten to expose the most successful spy in history. A spy who will destroy anyone who gets in his way.

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Book On Thin Ice

On Thin Ice by Anne Stuart is .99c. This is book six in her Ice romantic suspense series, which Amanda highly recommends. This book has a 4+ star average, and it seems from the reviews that it can be read as a stand-alone. If you like dark, moody romantic suspense with moody alpha heroes, this should totally hit the spot. Readers who loved it compared it to early Linda Howard suspense.

Elizabeth Pennington has come to the war-torn South American country of Callivera to volunteer at a tiny mission. Kidnapped by the local rebels who are more interested in ransom than politics, she ends up at their camp in the Andes where she meets Finn MacGowan, member of the infamous Committee, a covert organization dedicated to destroying terrorism.

MacGowan has been held hostage for almost three years, and he's chosen the night she arrives as the night he plans to escape. When he does, she follows him, heading down the steep mountainous terrain with another hostage, the teenage son of a Hollywood millionaire. Rebels, soldiers, traitors and near-drowning follows them on their journey.

As they travel from the mountain fortress to a transatlantic freighter, an old cafe in Spain ending in a shootout at a farmhouse in France, MacGowan reluctantly falls in love, and Beth learns that the cynical, dangerous soldier-of-fortune might be worth saving after all.

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  1. 1
    Emily says:

    Woohoo!  I’ve been waiting for “Born Wild” to go on sale, and what a sale it is!

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    Emily says:

    Woohoo!  I’ve been waiting for “Born Wild” to go on sale, and what a sale it is!

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    I didn’t know Stuart had written more Ice books. Thanks for the tip!

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    Please tell me I’m not the only one who burst out laughing at the guy’s expression on The Killing Game cover…

    This batch is not my usual type of read, but Redemption does look intriguing.

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    LaineyT says:

    I’m curious to hear readers’ thoughts on the Anne Stuart “Ice” series.  I just recently discovered this author via the “House of Rohan” books and, as a fan of the anti-hero/alpha male lead, I really enjoyed it .  Since those were the only books available via my local library I’ve been hoping her other books would go on sale.  How does Stuart’s contemporary work compare to her historical romance?

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    Amanda says:

    @LaineyT: I’ve read the first two books in the Rohan series and I liked them. Didn’t love them, but they were enjoyable enough, which is strange because I tend to read more historicals than suspense.

    For me, this series was better, at least from what I’ve read this far.

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    Amy S. says:

    I’m not going to have a popular opinion here, but I thought the first book in Stephanie Tyler’s motorcycle series was WAY too close to the first season of Sons of Anarchy. Makes me real hesitant about reading book two even though it’s only .99c.

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    Heather S says:

    Nothing for me today… except the paperback copy of “The Windflower” that I found at my Books-A-Million this morning – a week before the actual release date. Yes, I did a happy dance.

    Ladies, go check your local Books-A-Million. LOL

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    Kinsey says:

    I’m going to try the Anne Stuart book even tho it’s compared to Linda Howard’s stuff. Now, granted – she has a humongus body of work and I’ve only read one – After The Night – and I was glad it was one of my very rare print purchases because I actually threw it across the room. Really hated that book, haven’t read anything else by her.

    Only other time a book turned me off an author completely was The Last Picture Show. I was in sixth grade. The heifer fucking scene was too much for my tender, naïve brain – so traumatized me I’ve still never read McMurtry. And I know I need too – I want to read Lonesome Dove before I die.

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    Tam B. says:

    OMG!  For once I could access these books on sale (except Redemption).

    And here in Australia I got a better deal.  The books I wanted (last two) were 92c each and Born Wild was 88c (but I have it already).

    That never happens.

    Whatever you fed the price match / Amazon sale faeries – please continue to do so!

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    Kelly S. says:

    @LaineyT go over to Anne Stuart’s blog http://anne-stuart.com/drama-queen/ where she’s been talking about her 40 years as a writer.  She’s been having give always & sales, something each day.  She’s doing it for 40 days, one day per year.  She’s also talking about her books so you might get a better understanding of what they are like.  Apparently she really loves an anti-hero.

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    Kelly S. says:

    @LaineyT go over to Anne Stuart’s blog {I tried to enter a link but got an error so I removed it but just google Anne Stuart} where she’s been talking about her 40 years as a writer.  She’s been having give always & sales, something each day.  She’s doing it for 40 days, one day per year.  She’s also talking about her books so you might get a better understanding of what they are like.  Apparently she really loves an anti-hero.

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    Nancy says:

    @LaineyT I have only read the first book in the House of Rohan series and the first in the Ice series. I’m with @Amanda, I tend to prefer historicals but I thought the Rohan book was only okay. But I loved Black Ice. It’s one of my favorite romantic suspense books and it has one of my favorite anti-heroes of all time. I found Bastien to be darker and more sinister than Ruthless’s Rohan. I also liked how well-paced the book was – the suspense is consistent throughout the book and I could not put it down. I’ll be picking up On Thin Ice as I wanted to read the other books in the series.

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    wifeshee says:

    Anne Stuart’s “On Thin Ice” is $4.99 not 0.99 at Amazon, BOO!  totally stinks.

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    wifeshee says:

    @LaineyT,
    really like Anne Stuart’s Ice series, these are books I do like to re-read.  As for her other contemporaries I find her heroes not likeable or sympathetic.  I did not like the House of Rohan series (I read al of them).  As for her her historicals and I just couldn’t get interested in them.

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    LaineyT says:

    Thanks for the feedback everyone! :)

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