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Publisher's Summary

The Bayou Devils MC will bring you to your knees!

Hopelessly Devoted

Logan “Storm” Chambers is no stranger to pain. Suffering through loss after loss has left him a shell of the man he used to be. He’s unable to move on but he’s learned to survive. As the VP of the Bayou Devils MC, he finds solace in the work they do to rescue people from dire situations, and it’s enough to keep the lurking darkness at bay. Just barely.

After being cheated on by her ex, Alison James isn’t interested in dating. It’s more hassle than it’s worth as far as she’s concerned, and she’d much rather focus on getting ahead in her career anyway. There’s less of a chance of getting hurt that way. But when her mysterious neighbor barges into her life, Alison finds it hard to stay away.

Alison brings a spark of light to Logan’s life, and he will do whatever it takes to hang on to her, but there are some things that are just out of his hands. His past rears its ugly head, putting Alison in danger and thrusting Logan into a hell he thought he had escaped years ago.

Can Logan force himself to let Alison go if it will save her life? Or will she become just another loss he has to endure?

Addicted to Love

At 16 years old, Carly Mills was taught a very valuable lesson about just how cruel people can be. In the years since, she's carried that with her, closing herself off from the world to avoid experiencing the same heartbreak she endured at such a young age.

Enter Chance Turner. On the outside, he's everything she should avoid - biker, rebel, heartbreaker - and yet, she finds it hard to stay away.

Chance has spent his life looking for the one thing that's always been missing, and the moment he sees Carly, he knows he's found it. She can try to resist him, but he's a determined man, and nothing will get in his way.

When someone close to her is in danger, Carly has no choice but to go to Chance for help, but being around him presents an entirely new threat.

Can Carly resist Chance and save those she loves? Or will she lose everything in the process - including her heart?

Every Breath You Take

Tatum Carter is a warrior. She hasn’t lived an easy life, but any obstacle that is thrown in her path, she perseveres. When her mother, Sarah, is killed in a car accident, Tatum is presented with a whole new challenge, and this time, she’s struggling to keep her head above water.

When he was 15 years old, Lincoln Archer lost his father and shouldered the burden of taking care of his mother and two younger sisters. He’s a rock - always there when someone he loves needs him, but it has taken its toll on him, and now he’s drowning under his mistakes.

Sarah’s death unearths long-buried secrets, thrusting Tatum and Lincoln together as Tatum wonders if she ever really knew her mother at all. They bring each other peace, but danger surrounds them, and what looks like salvation may very well be their demise.

It Ends Tonight

Nineteen years ago, everything in Lucas Smith’s life came crashing down around him. In the blink of an eye, his childhood was gone, and he was forced to step up for his little brother, Clay. They are the only family each other has left, and there isn’t anything Lucas won’t do to protect that bond.

Quinn Dawson knows a thing or two about loss and family. After her parents’ death when she was a child and the passing of her grandmother only a year before, her sister and daughter are all she has left, and nothing is more important to her.

When a truck runs a red light, it brings Quinn and Lucas together and for the first time in his life, Lucas considers a whole new meaning of the word family, but nothing is as simple as it seems.

A chance meeting tears open old wounds and thrusts Quinn and Lucas into turmoil, bigger than either of them have ever known.

©2019 A.M. Myers (P)2020 A.M. Myers

What listeners say about Bayou Devils MC: Books 1-4

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It’s a maybe

The plot was good on the first book. BUT I couldn’t make it past the first book. The narration was horrible. I tried to get pass the male narrator as the women’s voices but I just couldn’t. If the narration was better I’m sure I’d have finished the books. I gave 4 stars for the story of book one.

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Terrible Narration

I couldn’t even listen due to all narration by a man and I couldn’t tell who was supposed to be talking at any one time. I’ve never not been able to finish due to narration but this was terrible.

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HORRIBLE narrator... uuugh

I knew the narrator was going to suck after the intro and I'm only on chapter 4 of book one, so I'm hoping the other narrators to the next 3 books don't suck SOOOOO badly. the writing itself is somehow keeping me listening. will update this review when finished.

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Possibly the worst narration ever.. Lol

Narration for the first 2 books is so painfully bad that sometimes it's funny. It's sad though, because I think the books are probably far better than they come across with these narrator's. The performance was bad, but the mispronounced words were comedic. It's painful to get through, but I almost feel like it's a badge of honor that I've made it to book 3.

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Not worth a purchase

First off the narration was so monotone it was hard to stay with. Second I was disappointed it wasn’t a duo. I felt like it dragged on and I couldn’t even finish the 1st book of the series.

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great

this is a great set of books. I really enjoyed listening to the stories. I will be getting the next set of books.

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Enjoyed Them All

Only duet performances could have improved the experience. An MC with heart, pride and a conscience.

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Wow

Overall good stories but the female heroines were insufferable at times. Why be so stubborn that you put yourself in danger while ignoring the men that protect those in need for a living.

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Fantastic

I loved all the Devil's books but this one, in particular, is my favorite. I guess you could say I have some experience with the subject matter and my sister and therefore made it hit so close to home. Please read or listen if you haven't already! You won't regret it.

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Terrible narrators

The stories seemed to be really good; however, the narration was painful to listen to and made it hard to listen.

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Meh

The stories are awesome but the people reading them make everyone sound like an outback hick, the only reason I finished these books is because I paid for them. Please have then reread with someone who can actually read and who’s voice is not so degrading and horrible.