She was made for sin and he’s the worst kind of sinner…
Puck’s Property by Monique Moreau releases January 21!
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A lonely social worker.
A biker behind bars.
Can their red-hot passion set them free?
if your first love was your one true love? Eight years ago, Puck broke
Ava’s heart. She picked up the pieces, patched them together, and kept
going. Yet she never forgot him. When Puck sauntered through her office
door at work, she was shocked to find a brawny, tatted-up biker dressed
in an orange jumpsuit with the word INMATE stamped on the back.
if you rediscovered the passion you carelessly threw away in your
youth? For Puck, the only good thing about his trip to the jailhouse
social worker’s office was finding Ava again. All grown up, she looked
luscious, and he bet she tasted even better.
up seemed like the right thing to do at the time, but no other woman
could replace Ava. Fate brought them together again and Puck wouldn’t
make the same mistake twice. Ava was his property and he’d bring her to heel—no matter what it took. If that included blackmail, so be it. A biker never won by playing fair.
what happens in jail doesn’t always stay in jail, and dark forces
conspire to divert destiny and tear these lovers apart. Will their love
survive a second trial?
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Growing up in New York City, I used to walk the hot pavements in the melting heat of the long summers, and dream. Uptown to downtown, eastside to the westside, and underground to catch a subway racing out into the boroughs.
During my wanderings, my magic pencil spun out fantasies full of romance, with first meetings, heartbreaks, and reunions. Sometimes my boy crush (unrequited, of course) starred as the hero.
I grew up, and after a stint in art school, became a lawyer ‘cuz a woman’s got to make a living. I came from parents who fled to France as refugees, and as an attorney, I dedicated my work to helping survivors of trauma and persecution.
I believe in them.
In their grit, in their determination to hold on, to pull through and,
somehow, someway, to keep themselves intact, body and soul.
Perhaps that is why I am drawn to writing stories of men and women who live through heart-rending pain, desperate yearnings and, ultimately, reach a place of redemption.
For a long time, I fought the urge to veer off the expected, safe path until I couldn’t go on unless I took a chance and made a change. I began to write, stopped, and began again. Finally, I gave in and here I am.
Come join me on my journey…
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