Down & Dirty by Reese Madison

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"Joe has spent the last nine years serving his country. For the last three years his half brother has written to him about this bartender named Carly. As he reads these letters she becomes more real in his head causing him to wonder if she's as perfect as she sounds.
Carly is perfectly happy serving drinks to rowdy bikers. She respects the club, but keeps them at arms length. That is until Joe drops in and changes everything. She discovers a new world of family, love, loss, and betrayal, that bind her to a club, and a man, who become the family she never imagined possible."
 

About Reese Madison

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I was introduced to the world of motorcycles at three years old. My parents rode for financial reasons and quickly became part of a family of riders from all over. My mom and her cousin used to love riding their big loud Harley's to family reunions that were held at an old southern church in North Carolina. They thought they were the black sheep of the family, and loved every minute of it, but what they really were, was the envy of everyone there, especially me. My dad picked me up every other weekend on his bike. Nothing like starting the weekend with a nice long ride, and ending it the same way. I was the only kid in school who carried a helmet to school.
 
Published December 8, 2011 by AuthorHouse. 222 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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