Taming the Biker by Cassie Alexandra

Steamy biker romance

Taming the biker

After a couple of mind-blowing encounters with Taylor (AKA Tail) Adams, a notorious hell-raising womanizer, Lauren Macey discovers that she's pregnant with the biker's child. Knowing that the MC lifestyle isn't what she wants for their baby, and that Tail isn't exactly "father" material, Lauren chooses to keep it a secret. This proves challenging, especially when she realizes that neither of them are ready to end their steamy affair.

37k Word Novella. It can be read as a stand-alone.

Genre: FICTION / Romance / Suspense

Secondary Genre: FICTION / Romance / Contemporary

Language: English

Keywords: biker romance, mc romance, bad boy romance, romantic suspense, comedy and romance , thriller, crime

Word Count: 37000

Sales info:

USA Today bestselling author

Sample text:


“You’ve got to be fucking kidding me,” I said, holding the phone close to my ear. “Married? You?”

Carter laughed. “I know. What can I say? I’m in love.”

I grunted. “Whatever happened to that old creed of yours – ‘Play or be Played’?”

“I’m too old to stay in that game. The game gets monotonous after a while, anyway.”

“Too old? We’re not even close to thirty and you’re already packing it in? Someone definitely has you by the balls,” I said, smirking.

“She handles them like no other, my friend. Like no other.”

I chuckled. “So, you’ve been bitten by the love-bug. Well, as long as you’re happy.”

“I am. Very. She’s a great girl.”

“What’s her name?”

“Barbara Macey.”

“Do I know her?” I asked. The last name sounded familiar.

“She went to our school and graduated a year ahead of us. She has a stepsister our age, though. Lauren Macey.”

My eyes widened in surprise. “Lauren? The girl you cheated on back in twelfth grade?”

“I know. Crazy, right?”

“Does Barbara know about the two of you?”

“No. I don’t think so. Anyway, Lauren and I have reconciled. She said she’s forgiven me.”

“Really?” I asked, surprised.

The night she’d caught Carter cheating had been rough on both of us. I’d even walked her home, after finding Amber with Drew. Till this day, I still couldn’t look him in the face without wanting to rearrange it. Fortunately, we hadn’t crossed paths in years.




Book translation status:

The book is available for translation into any language except those listed below:

Already translated. Translated by Veronica Picone
Translation in progress. Translated by André Weber
Already translated. Translated by Laura Lospitao Pastor

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