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Wednesday, 22 November 2017

#Free today!

Raiden's Choice by J.L. Leslie

Raiden's Choice (A Ravens MC Novel Book 1) by [Leslie, J.L.]

I was raised in a motorcycle club. I saw things no little girl should ever see. Did things no little girl should ever do. That was my life and I loved it. The Ravens taught me about family. Loyalty. Even loss.

Now I live a different life. I'm no longer part of that family. I'm no longer part of the club. I live a life where I pretend to be the person I am. I put on a show for the world and I'm good at it. I've perfected it. At least I thought I had. It didn't take him long to see right through me.

I have a choice to make. Keep playing pretend or finally be who I have always wanted to be.

"When you're ready to stop hiding who you really are, come find me."

**Raiden's Choice is the first book in the Ravens MC series. It is a standalone, full-length novel and is suitable only for mature readers. It includes adult content, adult language, sexual situations, drug abuse, violence, and talk of rape.**

Lincoln's Choice by J.L. Leslie

Lincoln's Choice (A Ravens MC Novel Book 2) by [Leslie, J.L.]

Betrayal. When you’re in a motorcycle club, you think this never happens. I’m a Ryker. We’re supposed to be about family and loyalty. I’ve learned that sometimes club family can betray you deeper than anyone.

Now that I know the truth…who can I trust? The woman who has saved my ass time and again or my own flesh and blood who wants me to help him bring down the very club I’ve been calling my family? Can I betray the Rykers knowing they turned their backs on me once? I call myself loyal…but that’s not loyalty.

I have a choice to make. Family or blood.

“Savages. That’s exactly what we are. It’s what I am.”

*Lincoln’s Choice is book two in the Ravens MC series. It references characters and events from Raiden’s Choice (A Ravens MC Novel: Book One) but can be read as a standalone novel. It includes adult content, adult language, violence, and sexual situations. It is intended for mature readers only.*


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