Absolute Favorite Books

Absolute Favorite Books

Own the Wind
Motorcycle Man
Wild Man
Lady Luck
Rock Chick Revenge
Leave Me Breathless
Nobody's Perfect
Fifty Shades of Grey
Fifty Shades Darker
Fifty Shades Freed
Tied with Me
My Unexpected Forever
The Reluctant Dom
Wild and Free

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Monday, March 24, 2014

Release Day Blitz -- Underworld Champions 2: Blood Wars by Ella Stone --


                    Underworld Champions - Blood War by Ella Stone - Release Date - March 23, 2014


After the conflict that devastated the Outlaw Rider compound, Cole and his men have sworn revenge on the Demon Brothers – and it won’t be over until the Demon’s club is no more.

Most importantly, Cole needs to hunt down his half-brother, Cutter. He can’t rest knowing that the man who defiled his woman is still out there. Family or not, after what he did to Maddie, Cutter needs to die – painfully.

Cole’s hatred of the Demon Brothers is so much greater than everyone else’s. You see, they took his mother and turned his blood against him. As far as he’s concerned, blood ties or none, they all need to die.

But are they all as evil as he thinks?

As Cole’s hatred consumes him, Maddie’s belly grows, along with her concern for him. His vendetta is taking over his life and she’s afraid that once he’s fulfilled his vow, there will be a mere shell of the man she loves, left behind.

Will the love the Cole and Maddie share be enough to save Cole from the darkness he’s entrenched himself in, or will this BLOOD WAR be the thing that ruins them all?


Starting his bike, he grips the back of my head pulling me in for a final kiss before riding out the gate, out of my sight and possibly my life - I can't stop this horrible feeling that I'm never going to see him again.

Cora comes up beside me and places her arm around my waist. I sag against her, already feeling so weak from today. Cora and my mother are the only two who know exactly what's going on with me, and I plan to keep it that way. I don't see the point in worrying everybody else unnecessarily when there's nothing that can be done.

“He’ll be back before you know it,” she says, watching the empty street with me. “How about we go and stare at the beautiful little girl of yours for a while? She's so sweet she could cheer anyone up.”

Wiping at my eyes, I nod and walk slowly beside her, taking notice when I see Monique watching me as she leans against one of the poles under the clubhouse awning. I can see that she knows something is going on, but she doesn’t question me about it. She knows better than to do that. This is Old Lady business, and she isn’t one of us yet.

As I turn my head away from her, my vision suddenly blurs, and the last thing I hear is my name being yelled as slip out of Cora’s arms and collapse on the ground.