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Publisher Description

18+ for language and sexual situations…

Burning Saints MC outcast, “Minus” Vincent, has been summoned out of exile by the Club’s President for reasons unknown. Upon his return, he finds himself tempted by forbidden fruit of the past that has only gotten sweeter with time.

Christina "Cricket" Wallace knows exactly what kind of life she wants, and it's far from the chaos and mayhem of an outlaw motorcycle club. She’s worked hard to get where she is, and she won’t let anyone keep her from getting there…especially her over-protective biker brother, or the sexy as hell Club rival she thought she’d never see again.

As Minus and Cricket pursue their own roads, they find their paths intersecting in a violent and passionate collision that will forever change their futures.

February 6
Trixie Publishing, Inc.
Trixie Publishing, Inc.

Customer Reviews

Mag68 ,


By jack davenport

I usually love reading reading biker romance because they guys don’t give the woman they fall for much choice! But this book is sweet and sentimental, very different from any other mc book I have read!


straighttalker198 ,


The main guy wasn’t that great and neither was the girl. The author didn’t do a great job at making the readers want to read the book. If anything the writer succeeded in making me want to throw the book away and burn it.

Aylewysis ,

Loved it!

OK, I have to be honest, the main reason I started Minus was simply because of baby elephants. I’d see on Facebook posts featuring baby elephants and mentioning Minus. For the life of me, I couldn’t figure out what a baby elephant had to do with a MC romance. So cracked open the pages, and I’m so glad I did.

Minus was not quite what I was expecting. Minus returns to Portland to find that Cutter wants Minus to take over as president of the Burning Saints MC and clean the club up with the help of Cricket, his old sweetheart. But there are obstacles and another gang that won’t make that very easy. There are points in this book that will have you on the edge of your seat wondering how something will work out or what will happen next.

Do I recommend Minus? Absolutely. Will you love it? I certainly hope so. Will I give you a hint what the baby elephant has to do with anything? Nope, you will have to read it for yourself.

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