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By Madison Hamilton - ISBN: 9781922751904

RRP: $28.95

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Madison Hamilton was born and raised in Sydney, Australia. She has been writing since she was thirteen and now, in her early twenties, she has achieved her dreams of writing novels.

Madison lives in a beachside suburb with her mum, dad, younger sister and her two cats. Always a lover of romance novels but with a fascination for true crime documentaries, she decided to combine the two into her writing.

Gunner is the second instalment of her 'Black Alchemy Motorcycle Club' series.

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By Madison Hamilton - ISBN: 9781922751904

RRP: $28.95

Lyric Davis has spent her life in motorcycle clubhouses, so why should her move to North Carolina be any different?

Lyric’s brother, Pirate, is tasked with starting a new chapter of their father’s motorcycle club. This enhances the brewing rift with known rival club, Jokers Ace, putting Lyric in direct harm as the war explodes with murderous consequences.

Gunner Beckett, Vice President of the Black Alchemy Motorcycle club, is assigned to protect her from the ensuing war and for Gunner, protecting his feelings for her is just as hard as protecting her from the raging battle.

Gunner and Lyric face challenges as their attraction boils over to passions neither can control in the heat of the moment. But the chaos defines their relationship and the tension between the two reaches an all-time high.

Combined with Lyric’s past boyfriend, Reaper, who just refuses to stop knocking, the new lovers must contain their conflicting views and uncontrollable hearts long enough to stay alive…

“Sons Of Anarchy eat your heart out… Fire and ice and action abound in this debut novel by a new talented author who loves her craft… Excellent thrills and heated passions…” Tanya, Indie Book reviewer

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