The Gentleman's Game MC: Checkmate

The Gentleman's Game MC: Checkmate

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Queen Of Cliffhangers By SilverStream22 Updated Jun 24, 2017

"Who are you?" his eyes narrowed at my stance. "Where did you learn to fight like that?"

I lurched at kick at him, but he hooked under my knee and yanked me close. 

"I'm not your worst nightmare Vlad. I'm the horrors of reality for assholes like you." with that, I slammed my head into his nose and jerked my knee into his crotch. 

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The Gentleman is of higher standing- of higher  knowledge and chivalry- but the Gentleman of New York's notorious nightclub aren't you're average knights in shining armor. No, these are men dressed in money, living through night, and yearning for love. And with the games they begin to play, they just might get it...

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VLADIMIR is a gentleman by day, Gentleman at night. He's built the club with King upon the foundation of blood, sweat, tears, and a shit ton of CO2 gas exhaustion. His position is Sergeant at Arms, also known as the "Black King". When detective Thalia Jones investigates into the illegal activities of his club, he has an issue. But Thalia is smart, and there's something more to her- the way she fights is unlike anything he's ever seen. So much so that he almost...wants her.

Thalia Jones is detective by day, assassin by night. Her job is to kill Varian Stavros, the President of the Gentlemen MC. Her assassin ways are something she sees as necessary to get rid of all the evils in the world. An obstacle stands in her way; a certain leather clad biker named Vladimir Petrikov. But her past is catching up to her quick- and she needs to pick the lesser of the two evils to kill: Varian or her Employer?

Book [1] Heart
Book [2] Ace 
Book [3] Queen
Book [4] Knight
Book [5] Checkmate ✓

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josiegreenx josiegreenx Jun 24, 2017
Are you able to read this as a stand alone or not? Tbh I would totally NOT mind having to read the other 4 first because your writing is amazing, and I plan on reading them anyways