Authors: Sabrina Paige
Copyright © 2014 by Sabrina Paige
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This book is a work of fiction. Any similarity to real events
, places, or persons, living or dead, is entirely coincidental. All characters are over the age of 18.
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Warning: This book contains mature content, including graphic sex, language, and violence. Please do not continue reading if you are under the age of 18 or if this type of content is disturbing to you.
All of the books in the Inferno Motorcycle Club Series are stand alone novels that follow one couple to a happily ever after ending. The books do not have
to be read in order, but reading in order will allow you to follow the twists and turns of the club politics without having some of the plot twists spoiled by later books.
To purchase the prior two books in the Inferno MC series, please follow the links below:
If you purchased
PRIOR TO June 11, 2014
, you likely don't have the bonus novella I added.
is a five-chapter story that bridges Book One and Book Two.
Here's how to update your copy of Taming Blaze and get the free novella:
You can download a newer version of the book from the Manage Your Content and Devices (
you to know your highlights, bookmarks, notes, and the furthest page read will be removed when you update your title.
contains mature content, including descriptions of sex, language, and violence, that are not suitable for readers under the age of eighteen. It also should be noted that it deals with subjects that might be sensitive for some readers, such as abusive situations and human trafficking.
In June 2014, the U.S. State Department released its annual report evaluating the efforts of international governments to police human trafficking in their countries. Thailand and Malaysia were downgraded to Tier 3 status, meaning that they now rank in the lowest twelve countries in the world in efforts to prevent human trafficking. In both countries, undocumented foreign workers are particularly vulnerable, especially minority groups from Burma (Myanmar) fleeing persecution.
I lived in southeast Asia for several years, and that region of the world will always hold a special place in my heart.
This book was inspired by reading about the plight of trafficked persons everywhere, but especially in those countries I think of so fondly.
To my darling daughter. You are the reason for all of this. I love you always.
To my husband, who had no idea what he was getting into when I started writing.
And to the dear friends - authors and readers - I've met through this, who have offered so much encouragement and support...and who, every so often, have to talk some sense into me when I'm filled with doubt.
Thank you for everything you do. I'd be lost without you all.