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Crossover
     

Crossover

3.8 5
by Chelsea Camaron, Ryan Michele
 
Two motorcycle clubs, two different reasons for being, and one lifestyle find each other together.

– Devil's Due MC –
Respect is earned, never freely given.
Our road is a path for justice. Nomads always on the open highway, we follow the trail, no matter where it leads, everyone be damned.

– Vipers Creed MC –
Respect is earned.
Live

Overview

Two motorcycle clubs, two different reasons for being, and one lifestyle find each other together.

– Devil's Due MC –
Respect is earned, never freely given.
Our road is a path for justice. Nomads always on the open highway, we follow the trail, no matter where it leads, everyone be damned.

– Vipers Creed MC –
Respect is earned.
Live by the creed, die by the creed. If you aren't with us, you're against us. If you step into our world, your balls better be big and your cock even bigger.
Brothers, bikes, and bitches collide. Respect is everything.

When two clubs cross over into each other's worlds, only madness, mayhem, vengeance, and heat can possibly ensue.

This is a cross over novella between two established MC series. This story takes place before the series begins so it is not necessary to read anything before this book. This work of fiction contains violence, language, and situations intended for mature audiences. This is not meant to be an exact depiction of life in a motorcycle club, but rather a work of fiction meant to entertain.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940156778669
Publisher:
Chelsea Camaron
Publication date:
10/25/2016
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
29,330
File size:
331 KB

Meet the Author

USA Today bestselling author Chelsea Camaron is a small town girl with a big imagination. She's an author of multiple works including the Hellions Ride series, Caldwell Brothers Series, Devil's Due MC Series, and many more.

Ryan Michele is all about the sassy, sultry reads. She's an author of multiple works including Ravage MC Series, Vipers Creed MC Series, Raber WolfPack Series, Needing to Fall, and many more.

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Crossover 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
AngelaG_2012 More than 1 year ago
A wonderful edition that brings together two MC's - 4 stars! CROSSOVER brings together two awesome series to give readers a glimpse into how some of their favorite characters came to be the way that they are. Chelsea Camaron’s Devil’s Due series deals with a group of Nomad’s that put their own spin on how justice is done. In the first book in the series, IN THE RED, the readers are introduced to Collector and his lady Emerson. CROSSOVER gives readers the glimpse into the rest of the nomads and what makes them the way that they are and the demons that they fight. This isn’t a specific story of one single person, but a compilation story told in each characters POV that is very interesting to read. There are area’s in the stories that make me hope the author is hinting at what the next book is to bring, but that could also be my own wishful thinking ;o). In Ryan Michele’s portion of the book, the readers are reintroduced to Spook and how he came to be the President of Viper’s Creed MC. This story was great, and shows the depth of feeling that Spook has for the club, but more importantly the depth of feelings that he has for Trixie. Taking out the only stepping stone to the President slot is not just about protecting the club from the rot that is destroying it, but also about protecting the only woman that he has loved. “Live by the creed, die by the creed, and stand by your brothers”. That is what Spook and those closest to him except of the Viper’s Creed MC. The best part of the story is when the two clubs finally interact. The different POV’s of the encounter are awesome and bring in the potential for another compilation story in the future. I loved this glimpse in the characters of both series. It is always awesome to read about the past of characters. I would highly recommend this book and the books in the two series to anyone that is a lover of MC stories. I was gifted a copy of the book for an honest review.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is supposed to read as a prequel, I get it but it didn't really offer any new information or any relevant information that will help us with either of these series. Aside from linking both clubs together, which I guess is the purpose for this crossover book, nothing new or even pertinent is involved. Just tidbits on all of the main players in both series and lots of sex, it's not even good interaction...the bikers words...not mine. Overall I'm not sure why, but I was expecting a bit more...was a little disappointed. SR
melissaq More than 1 year ago
Bravo ladies! I am a huge fan of both Ryan & Chelsea and of course they didn't disappoint. I really love that this book gives a little taste of all the men. I haven't read all of the books in the 2 series but now I will reread the ones I have read and start fresh. Awesome novella!
_booklover More than 1 year ago
This was a fantastic introduction to 2 series and gives you a taster of the characters. I have read Ryan Michele before but not Chelsea Camaron and will definitely be picking up the next books in these series. Great idea to do a crossover as I have now found a new author to read
SuzyReads More than 1 year ago
Two MC worlds collide in this short but intriguing novella from Chelsea Camaron and Ryan Michele. The first part of the story is written by Chelsea Camaron and features the Devil's Due MC. It was really good and sets up super intriguing backstories for her series. It has me dying to read more. The second part is written by Ryan Michele and features the Viper's Creed MC. Now I had read the first two books in this series, already, so this little glimpse into how the two clubs became affiliated was an extra special bonus for me. I really enjoyed this story and can't wait to revisit both of these gritty biker worlds soon.