Category: Marie James

Luck of the Devil (Ravens Ruin MC, #2) by Marie James

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I’m good enough to protect her.

I’m good enough to die for her.

But, I’m not good enough to touch her?

I may be the Vice President of the Ravens Ruin MC, but her brother, the President, has given all of us orders that she’s off-limits.

It’s for the best, really. 

The demons in my past love to play with a pretty little girl like her.

 

Sins of the Father (Ravens Ruin MC, #1) by Marie James

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I’m not misunderstood.

I’m not confused about my position in life.

I’m not looking for answers to explain why I am the way I am.

This is the logic others use to try to make sense of me. According to them, there has to be a reason for my apathy. There has to be some sort of explanation for the calculating way I run my Club. There has to be a root cause for my depravity.

They can’t wrap their heads around the fact that I’m evil, that I’m darkness personified. Doing so would force them to acknowledge that the Devil has left Hell and is living among them.

Most people may think I’m Satan, but I answer to Lynch, President of the Ravens Ruin MC, and the Antichrist doesn’t have sh*t on me.

 

Taunting Tony by Marie James

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Rules. 

They’re a necessity. They make the world go ‘round and help idiots function in society.

Most don’t require much thought and are easy to follow—or so I thought… 

I didn’t realize, however, that the new group of people I became friends with could have so many.

No sleeping with group member’s moms? Easy enough.

No shirts at the BBQ? I’m all over that. Do you know how hot it gets in Texas during summertime?

No sleeping with others in the group? Now this one… This one is killing me.

If you saw Joseph Snow, with those killer abs and cocky smirk, you’d be thinking the exact same thing… rules are meant to be broken.

Taunting Tony is an MM contemporary romance. 

 

Crowd Pleaser by Marie James

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You know those love stories you read about? The ones where the heroine remains untouched, virgin-like, until she meets the man of her dreams?

The stories where she’s always in the shadows, always on the outside, no one knowing her name until she meets her one and only? A shy glance across the room at her first ever college party captivates the man she’ll soon fall in love with?

This story isn’t that.

In this story, everyone who’s anyone has seen the heaviness of her tits. They’ve all heard the soft moan she makes when a man slides inside. They’ve all heard her whimpers, heard her begging for more.

Her name is Randi Simms.

And she’s a Crowd Pleaser.

Hound by Marie James

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My first job with the Cerberus MC was to grab a girl from a seedy bar. Easy money, right?

The moment I realized the blonde I was hunting wasn’t around, I ended up captivated by a redhead dancing on the stage. With her striking features and sinful body, I knew she was trouble, but that didn’t stop me from making her mine that night.

When I learned that she WAS the job, everything became clouded. 

I was only looking for a one night stand, but when the dust settled and she ran, my only desire was to chase her. 

Should I risk my job, and quite possibly my life, in order to have her? Would she even stay if I caught her?

Macon by Marie James

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Tossing a middle finger to Macon, Georgia as I made my way to Nashville was always the dream. Sing country music, go on tour, top the charts—with my popularity growing every day, I was on my way.

But then a gust of wind blew up your skirt, and those white cotton panties had me hooked. I didn’t know your name, and you turned down every attempt I tried to throw your way. But I knew you were different, even though you told me I was the same.

“Friends” is what you offered, and I played by your rules, but, Adelaide Hatfield, you have to know, from that day, it was only you.

I just hope I can make you see how much you mean to me before we both drown in the sorrow of what heartbreak can truly be.