The Ballerino and the Biker

Rebecca James (Author)
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Description

Most of his young life, Morgan Wentworth has dreamed of becoming a principal dancer in a prestigious corps de ballet. After years studying the art in Milan, Morgan comes home to New York City to apprentice with the Manhattan Ballet Company only to be hit by the unexpected death of his older brother, Jake. The grieving dancer learns his life is threatened by a dangerous rival motorcycle gang and that pierced, tattooed, HOT biker Zeke Ivers has been assigned by Jake's MC to guard him. Saddled with the constant presence of the infuriating man, Morgan juggles the demands of an exhausting dance schedule as well as his new responsibilities as CEO of his family's multi-million-dollar company. He never expects to develop an attraction for the straight, obnoxious biker, but that's exactly what happens. Estranged from an abusive family, Zeke Ivers has lived at the Hedonists' club house and worked on cars since he was a teen. When fellow club member Jake Wentworth and a rival club president's girl are killed on Jake's bike, the Hedonists' president delegates the protection of Jake's little brother, Morgan, to Zeke. Zeke would do anything for the club that pulled him off the streets, but Morgan's a ballet dancer, for Christ's sake, as well as annoying as hell. Still, Zeke finds himself inexplicably drawn to the young man. The more attracted Zeke becomes to Morgan, the more the biker is forced to examine his sexuality and decide whether two people from opposite sides of the tracks could possibly have a future together, or if Zeke should do what is fast becoming too painful to consider: let Morgan go.

Product Details

Price
$14.50
Publisher
Independently Published
Publish Date
September 05, 2018
Pages
190
Dimensions
5.51 X 0.44 X 8.5 inches | 0.54 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781980422273
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About the Author

Rebecca James worked in publishing for several years before leaving to write full-time, and is now the author of several novels written under a pseudonym, as well as The Woman in the Mirror under her own name. Her favorite things are autumn walks, Argentinean red wine and curling up in the winter with a good old-fashioned ghost story. She lives in Bristol with her husband and two daughters.