The Biker's Baby

The Biker's Baby

by Sam Crescent


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Someone is stealing from the club, and as Prez, Gunner has to find out who it is. The only person he can trust is his best friend, John Williams. His friend is important to him-as is John's wife, Scarlett, whom Gunner's always wanted from a distance.

John cannot have kids, can't give his wife the baby she so desperately craves. But his best friend Gunner can. There's only one solution, and that's to get his friend to knock his wife up.

Seeing a chance to be with Scarlett, Gunner agrees, but only if they don't tell her their motives.

There has always been sexual tension between her husband and Gunner. Scarlett sees it in the way they look at each other, and she sees it grow when they start sharing her. At last, she concocts a plan that will bring her men together.

But now that the truth is out, can they survive as a threesome? What will happen when Scarlett falls pregnant and discovers their plan? And the club thief is still out there, coming for Gunner and everyone he loves, including John and Scarlett.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781773396538
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Publication date: 04/19/2018
Pages: 274
Sales rank: 469,997
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.62(d)

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The Biker's Baby 3.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
## I very much enjoyed this book. This is my first book by this author, but I plan to seek out others. So many good things about this one. Things I liked: The heroine was fantastic. I adore when a heroine wants to take care of her guys WITHOUT being a doormat. I love that she liked cooking for them. I loved the passion between her and her husband. The unconditional love was palpable. Also, the John and Gunner were hot together. In so many m/m/f stories the woman ends up being superfluous, just a way for the men to bridge a gap. Not so here. The author toed that line perfectly. And the sex....was...yowza! What I didn't like, hence the one star deduction: Too much emphasis on the heroine's weight. Over and over she is described as fat (by some), curvy, plump, rounded. I didn't feel it was necessary to hit us over the head with it. All in all, a stellar read that I will gladly read again.
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Loved the dynamics between the triad
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Really enjoyed this book, hope to have more like it in the future
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I know these books are fiction, but this plot was really "out there". While threesomes exist, taking this idea to include several children that this town accepts as normal behavior is a bit much!