Easy Ride

Easy Ride by Nichole Rose

Loving his curvy lamb will be this former SEAL's easiest ride yet. Shep Ainsley Foster has the brightest eyes and sweetest smile I've ever seen. Whatever she's running from sent her straight to my gym. I want her to run right into my arms. But earning her trust is no easy feat. All she knows of motorcycle clubs is what she's seen on the news. She knows nothing of men like me—those willing to die to protect the people they love. No matter, though. Teaching this sweet lamb will be the easiest ride of my life. Ainsley Shep Stratford is the strongest man I've ever met. He's ex-military. Quiet. Ridiculously sweet. Wickedly hot. He's also in a motorcycle club. Yet, when I'm anywhere near him, all I feel is safe. He knows I'm running from something. He says it doesn't matter. But he doesn't know the biggest billionaire in Wyoming is looking for me. When he finds out the truth, will he still want to keep me? Or will my uncle's money ruin the best thing in my life? This month 24 of your favorite short and steamy authors have come together to bring you a new motorcycle romance each day! The Men of Valor are more than ex-military bikers – they know what it means to go the distance for love. Hop on the back of a bike and hold on tight to your new book boyfriend – it’s gonna be one hell of a ride! March 1- Shotgun’s (B)Ride by Frankie Love March 2-Curvy Ride by Hope Ford March 3- Savage Ride by Cameron Hart March 4- Knight Ride by Kat Baxter March 5- Wild Ride by Shaw Hart March 8- Rough Ride by Mila Crawford and Aria Cole March 9- First Ride by Loni Ree March 10- Filthy Ride by Lily Nicole March 11- Hard Ride by Tory Baker March 12- Thick Ride by Elisa Leigh March 15- Let’s Ride by Hope Stone March 16- Sweet Ride by Megan Wade March 17- Lucky Ride by CM Steele March 18- Slow Ride by Mayra Statham March 19- Wicked Ride by Lana love March 22- Flora Ferrari March 23- Ride or Die by Poppy Parkes March 24- Virgin Ride by Barbra Campbell March 25- Free Ride by Anita Knight March 26- Bare Ride by Lena Lucas March 29- Ride Me by Fern Fraser March 30- Dani Wyatt March 31- Easy Ride by Nichole Rose
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