Bikers, the ultimate alpha males. But what of women who ride? These sexy independent road warriors shirk the conventions of lady-like behavior and live life by their own terms – wild and free. BIKER CHICKS is full of sexy stories about women who ride, whether they be lone wolves or part of a gang. Some of the best authors in MC romance along with some new names and faces to the genre tell us how these strong women find the sexual satisfaction and romance we all long for, for one of the best causes. All proceeds of this anthology go to Bikers Against Child Abuse*, so come take a ride with us.
We walked up the stairs in silence. Once at my door, I dug through my purse; apparently, my keys had chosen to hide at the bottom of my purse at the time I most wanted them to be at the top. After much fumbling, I got my apartment door open. Wow, I’m so lame.
I hung up my sweater and set my purse on the kitchen table. Gabriel stood in the entryway, hands in his jacket pockets. I realized he didn’t know where to go because the lights were still off. I winced and flipped some switches. “You…ah, want something to drink?”
“Are you making a pass at me?”
I froze. “Um…what?”
“You heard me.”
Oh, crap. The Mothra in my stomach morphed into Godzilla, breathing fire into my chest and scorching my heart.
“Um…well, that is to say, I…“ I ran my fingers through my hair, forgetting I still had it up. Somehow rings, bobby pins and chopsticks all got tangled together. “I sort of…well, you know…” I tugged at my stuck fingers, but I couldn’t get them out. “I…” One chopstick fell out of my bun and clattered as it hit the floor.
You suck, my issues hissed. The other chopstick followed the path of the first, my carefully crafted hairstyle collapsing like a half-baked cake. You’re pathetic. I knew I looked ridiculous; it was work not to cry.
Gabriel took two steps forward and slid his hands into the tangle I’d made. “Easy there,” he said in a warm tone, indigo eyes black in the dim light. “You snagged a bobby pin on your ring.”
“How does that even happen?”
“God’s got a sick sense of humor.”
Authors in this Anthology include…
- Barbi Barnard
- Jeffrey Cook & Katherine Perkins
- Maria Lisa DeMora
- A.J. Downey
- Amo Jones
- Colbie Kay
- Ryan Kells
- Emma Lee
- Davida Lynn
- Eric Plume
- K. Renee
- Bibi Rizer
- Jennifer Rose
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This is a work of fiction. Names, characters, businesses, places, events and incidents are either the products of the author’s imagination or used in a fictitious manner. Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, or actual events is purely coincidental.
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*Bikers Against Child Abuse International (B.A.C.A.) is not directly affiliated with this charity-driven anthology and use of their name to indicate funds distribution does not constitute endorsement, recommendation, or guarantee on their behalf for the efforts of these individual authors. No liability of any kind, implied or expressed, is given with respect to B.A.C.A. or their activities.