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When you enter Sin City, sometimes your only choice is to make a deal with the Devil... All small-town schoolteacher Tori Jones wants is a relaxing, long weekend to herself. But the plans go awry when her troublemaking grandmother confesses that her secret Internet boyfriend has disappeared with her money. So the ladies fly to Las Vegas and land knee deep in a world filled with liars, criminals and outlaw bikers. They need help! Enter Savage Monroe. The dirty outlaw biker has a busy weekend planned, especially with that shipment of guns coming in. The last thing he needs is to play babysitter to some goody two-shoes schoolteacher who wants to hire him to be her bodyguard. But, he’s thunderstruck. She’s about the most beautiful thing he’s seen in a long time, and he’s attracted to the woman like gravity. Too bad she’s an infuriating, stubborn, pain-in-the-butt who refuses to do what you tell her! Can he keep her safe from the rogues of the road? The pair strike a deal. And the danger-filled quest begins. But can Tori trust the rough, tough biker? He comes from a different world and solves problems with his fists. Sure, he's qualified to protect her from the seedy side of Sin City, but who's going to protect her from him? With danger around every corner during their wild weekend together, the unlikely pair soon realize that they still have one important vulnerability... the one area they each left exposed that they both thought for sure was the safest, at least from each other – their hearts... WARNING: VIOLENCE AND COARSE LANGUAGE

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Sin & Savage
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Sin & Savage
June 20th, 2015
Refreshing! I loved the hero & heroine. Oh and Nana is the best. Could not put it down! I'll defnitely be reading more of this writer's books.
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Sin and Savage
May 27th, 2015
An ebook where the author actually presents a whole book, rather than a random chapter or character sketch from their 'slush pile', and calling it a 'book'. Premise is unlikely, but author does well to develop characters and engage interest. A refreshing love story without page upon page of turgid sex depictions.
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