Selected Sinners Series BOOK I - Stand Alone, HEA, no cheating, no sex outside the relationship. Determined to remove herself from the rules regulations of her overbearing religious parents, Avery escapes to college and is determined to make it on her own. Working as a bartender, and mere weeks before her college graduation, she finds herself face to face with thirty members of an Outlaw Motorcycle Club. She had no idea when the President of the club walked in she'd go weak in the knees for the gorgeous tattooed biker. Axton (aka Slice) is the President of the Selected Sinners MC. At the onset of a huge gun deal with a notorious prison gang, he has no time or desire to have a woman in his life. Abused by his Hell's Angel father as a child, and wronged by every woman in his past, Axton has one devotion - the MC. After finding out he needs Avery's Criminal Justice education and her linguistic skills to assist in making the gun deal a success, Axton reluctantly approaches her to act as his interpreter. Hoping to win Axton over, Avery attempts to turn off her smart mouth, turn on her charm, and become his woman of interest; even if it means sacrificing a level of independence she's grown accustomed to. But when the gun deal goes to hell in an hand basket, both Avery and Axton are left wondering what their next move may be. *NOTE TO READERS* This book is a stand-alone love story and the first book of a series. No other book is required to tell THIS tale. It does have graphic violence, explicit language, sexual situations, and the intricacies of being in an Outlaw Motorcycle Club depicted. All sexual partners in this MC Erotic Romance are over the age of 18. Stand alone love story. HEA. No cliff hanger.
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MNP REVIEW BY MELISSA .AGUIRRE
This book was given in exchange for a honest review.When you think Mc you think biker book with club whores.This book was so different no one falls for anyone love at first site but there is definetly love and sex. I loved just about everything with Avery and yes, Axton. Avery was who she was, and even though she was a little insecure - she knew what she wanted, knew how to get it - and stuck with her plan to get there. I loved her moments of insight and internal conversations with herself, and I enjoyed her sense of humor. She was persistent, strong, and yes, even cute. Even with her chances being "slim to none", she persevered.The best part about Axton, was how he was with Avery. That he never expected a relationship from her, but just took his time with her, yet never led her on. She came from out of nowhere, and into his life, and ended up being someone who became and integral part of world. Don't get me wrong though, he wasn't changing for her, he's not "flowers and cards" - he's just exactly who he puts out there.I couldn't put the book down until I reached the end.Go one click.Reviewed by Melissa MNP