Friday, September 19, 2014

**Bt** Wild Renegade ~ Renegade 2 ~ Andria Large

Ace Vaughn
The bad boy, the wild one - that’s what they call me. I guess it suits me. I work hard, but I party harder. I mean, I’m single, so why not? I like clubbing, drinking, and banging random women. Unfortunately, I sometimes hook up with the wrong chicks. Like the ones who gets attached after a romp in the sack, but sometimes that just comes with the territory. I never really thought that one would actually cause so many problems. How do I keep the one I love safe when a former one night stand falls off the crazy train and lands in Psychoville?
Nicole Gionelli
I finally get the job of my dreams as a backup dancer for Renegade for their world tour. It means that I’m going to be away from my friends and family for about a year, but they understand how important this is to me. I meet Renegade on the first day at the dance studio. I knew these guys were attractive, but seeing them in person is a whole different story. Hello! I know I need to remain professional, but damn, it is hard when two of the guys start vying for my attention. Who do I choose? Do I really want to get pushed into the spotlight by dating a member of Renegade? I’m not so sure. But if I do, what's my chances of taming the Wild Renegade?

Warning: For mature audiences only. Contains seriously hot sex scenes that will leave you wanting to fulfill your very own boy band fantasy. Please keep in mind that this is a work of fiction and I made it up from my own imagination.

 Andria Large has sucked us back into the sexy, WILD world of Renegade. This time front and center on the bad boy of the bunch. Ace. Vaughn.

Living the hard life of being a rock star, Ace works hard and parties harder. On the verge of losing everything he's worked so hard for, it's time to clean up his act and straighten his shit out. Who knew that he'd have a little motivation on the way.

First day of rehearsal for her new job as a back up dancer for Renegade, Nicole had no idea that the actual guys were going to be there. She had no idea she would react to Ace the way she has. Anxious to keep her eye on the prize of her awesome job, and the nutty ex that has dug her claws deep in to Ace, Nicole keeps her head about it. She didn't know it was going to be so hard to resist his charms. But he's the playboy.... so why should she give in?

Based with a whole new set of rules, a whole new set of envious enemies. Ace and Nicole have to decide whether it's enough. Whether it's worth all the trouble surrounding them.

Andria Large has always been one of my favorite authors. Ever since I stumbled upon her work. I love her writing style and intriguing, deeply emotional characters. She has a flawless story telling ability. I'm anxious to see what else Renegade brings me.

Andria is married and a stay at home mother with two crazy little girls and two psychotic cats. She doesn't go anywhere without her precious iPhone and a purse full of animal crackers. She used to be completely obsessed with the Backstreet Boys, but now is only mildly obsessed (still goes to every concert when they are in town). She loves cartoons and Disney movies, and can probably recite every line from Dumb and Dumber. Humor is a must in her life; otherwise, it would be completely boring. Pepsi is her weakness, along with anything chocolate. She can’t sing to save her life, but she pretends she can when she is alone in her car with the music blasting so that she can’t hear herself.

She loves to read Romance. Paranormal, Scottish, Military, Police, Firefighters, Athletes, Cowboys and M/M are her favorite. She is not so much a fan of YA, though. If you haven’t been able to tell from reading her books, she likes - whether she is reading them or writing them - lots of hot steamy sex.

Andria loves her fans and is always willing to chat. She works hard on her books, does not get offended easily, and has a pretty thick skin when it comes to negativity toward her work. She welcomes constructive criticism because she feels that is how one betters themselves, by taking that constructive criticism and using it.

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