Biker Angel

Biker Angel This short story is no longer for sale as a free standing e story it can only be read as part of the author s collection The Smoking Gun Sisterhood A tough loner biker chick has to make a momentous

  • Title: Biker Angel
  • Author: Thad Brown
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 113
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • This short story is no longer for sale as a free standing e story it can only be read as part of the author s collection, The Smoking Gun Sisterhood.A tough, loner biker chick has to make a momentous decision should she play it safe, or risk her life to try to rescue a kidnapped 15 year old from a biker gang that s into human trafficking And if she decides on the latterThis short story is no longer for sale as a free standing e story it can only be read as part of the author s collection, The Smoking Gun Sisterhood.A tough, loner biker chick has to make a momentous decision should she play it safe, or risk her life to try to rescue a kidnapped 15 year old from a biker gang that s into human trafficking And if she decides on the latter, has she got the chance of a snowball in July of pulling it off, and coming out alive

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    1. I enjoy finding fun digital short story series and this certainly is one. Thad Brown has some fun with Chapter One and I have previewed Chapter two, he just doesn’t stop. Who is Thad Brown and what does he have in store for us? Check this out and then tell me if you don’t think Biker Angel is worthy of the time and the money for the download:“From acclaimed author Thad Brown, the first of ten digital short stories from The Smoking Gun Sisterhood: Biker Angel. Call me Thad Brown. My real na [...]

    2. 3.5/5 BThis short story was recommended to me by Jim, from the Supernatural Fiction readers group. The story features a like able kick-butt kind of heroine and is well suited to the shelves of the Action Heroine group.This is a short story, and it can be quite a challenge to have a story with all the requisite parts plus an engaging plot all stuffed into 32 pages. Thad Brown did a nice job there. The first part of the story, about 6 pages, felt a bit rough and choppy to me due to an overabundanc [...]

    3. The cover caught my eye with the gun and the girl, but what is best about this is what is inside. Thad Brown has put together a nice series of short stories here. I have peaked ahead and see that each one involves a different set of girls and they are tough cookies, my kind of stuff.I am looking forward to keeping up with this one.

    4. Tightly plotted, well written and excellent action sequences that are logically structured. The central character engenders a strong sense of empathy and has sufficient depth to make you want to read more about her. An excellent read that demands multiple re-reads.

    5. [To avoid confusion, I'm adding this note to my review to make sure readers understand that this story is no longer for sale as a free-standing e-story; it can only be read in the book-length collection (paperback or e-book). However, won't let me delete the e-story record.]Obviously, authors aren't the most unbiased reviewers of their own books (which is why I didn't rate this one); but sometimes when you're an unknown author, reviewing your own book is the only way to get the ball rolling. I' [...]

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