The Sturgis Diaries: The Second Year Running the Gauntlet

The Sturgis Diaries: The Second Year Running the Gauntlet

by Brandie Buckwine

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The Sturgis Diaries: The Second Year Running the Gauntlet by Brandie Buckwine

If Cam’s first trip to the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally was an awakening, then her second trip could only be called eye-opening. Even though she knows better, Cam just can’t help chasing her libido – right into hell. But relying on Dylan to save her every time she finds trouble isn’t fair to him. Is it?

Cam starts her second trip to Sturgis with a bang. A gang bang, that is. Even though she’s fantasized about it for years, her first shot at group sex dies an embarrassing death. Her second shot is even worse. Will the third time be the charm, or will Cam run out of chances with her gang of rowdy bikers? While she might just pull it off, it could also be the one thing that pushes Dylan away, for good.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940148400783
Publisher: Brandie Buckwine
Publication date: 08/08/2013
Series: The Sturgis Diaries , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 548 KB

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The Sturgis Diaries: The Second Year Running the Gauntlet 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
JL_Stratton More than 1 year ago
A gripping and emotional journey. I ran the gambit of emotions while reading this story. At times, my heart sang, while other times I wanted to crawl into the pages of the book and slap Cam for her actions. Most importantly though, I became emotionally invested with Cam, the main character. This story, while dark and disturbing in some places, turned out to be so much more than erotica. I think this story is a must read for anyone willing to delve into the difficult understanding of how the main character, and many real people just like her, think and act. As always, Brandie Buckwine provided an entertaining and thought-provoking read at a value.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Not your typical story