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SAINT BY ANA NIGHT

"But, I have a feeling you won't be saying no anytime soon."

Nash Holland is a paramedic who lives for helping people. He’s never once been on the wrong side of the law. When he gets a call to a motorcycle club, he’s apprehensive, but then he meets a biker that makes his knees go weak. He never expected to find love in an outlaw biker, but he can’t deny the way Zayne makes him feel. Dating a biker with Nash’s profession isn’t a great idea but he’s been playing it safe all his life and maybe Zayne is just the right kind of danger for him.

Zayne ‘Saint’ Lewis isn’t your average biker; he’s the road captain of the Salvation Kings MC and he’s not afraid to do what’s necessary to protect his club. He’s a one-percenter but he’s dedicated his life to helping people in need. He’s hesitant to bring Nash into his club life, unsure if Nash will be able to handle it. One thing he’s sure of, though, is the way Nash makes him feel.

Will the secrets and dangers of Zayne’s life jeopardize their relationship? With a war brewing between his and a rival club, can Zayne keep Nash safe?


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PART ONE OF A TWO PART REVIEW!


• REVIEWS ARE MY SOLE OPINION •


Motorcycle Club. Generally, those two words make you think of rough and tumble outlaws. There was no shortage of them in Saint by Ana Night but . . . I just couldn't dislike these guys. They were more family than felons. And, Nash despite a few hiccups along the way, fit in with them perfectly.


Nash was a good boy in the sense he believed in right and wrong. From the get-go maybe he was a little naive. But, I suppose he wanted to be blind to the writing on the wall because Saint was hot and made his knees weak.


Saint for his part was just a bit apprehensive about the relationship.

Was it really wise to involve a civilian in his life?

Maybe not. But, Nash was pretty and Saint was ready for something real with somebody.

The pair fall into one another pretty fast and pretty hard. The sex was hot. And, the emotion just enough to make you root for Nash and Saint when the hard times hit.


Over all, I really enjoyed the book even though I found some bits of it highly unrealistic. But, what do I know? I'm not part of a motorcycle club. Either way, Saint by Ana Night was a well written, fun to read novel with plenty of side characters to love.


READ TIME

START July 26, 2019 @ 4:30 PM

END: JULY 27, 2019 @ 12:45 AM

ANA NIGHT

Ana Night is a writer of romance, LGBT, fantasy, suspense, and mystery. Yes, it’s a lot, but she loves all of it.


Ana is all for love stories—as long as there’s some sort of action involved, be that sword fights, crime solving or anything in between.


When she’s not writing, you can find her either with her nose buried in a book, singing and dancing like a lunatic, or out in the world, causing trouble.


Ana lives in Denmark, where she spends a lot of time running from her ninja kitty—that thing goes for the ankles—and getting lost in the woods with her horse.


You can find her here:

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