And the best sex of my life.”
I left the town of Cheyenne when I was barely thirteen. My father sent me away. An outlaw motorcycle club was no place for a growing girl, he said. Yeah, right. He just didn’t want the men of the Throttle ogling his daughter.
Now I’m back, after seven years away. It’s time to reconcile with my past. But the cocky, hot-as-hell stranger I meet by the side of the road turns out to be the last person I should be looking at that way. Ryker Stone is fire, and I‘m praying like hell I don’t get burned.
From best-selling author Daphne Loveling… a steamy standalone novel you won’t be able to put down !
Here’s what readers are saying about THROTTLE :
“I’ve read tons of biker books and even more stepbrother books, so when I saw a book that combined them both I had to read it! From the first page the tension between Ryker and Hadley was insanely hot, and the plot kept me wanting to read more and more. Definitely going to be checking out more from this author!”
“This was a gritty and sexy romance that you can’t put down. Ryker is the sexy as sin biker with enough swagger to take your breath. Hadley is strong, smart, and stands for what she believes. The passion between these two is an inferno.”
THROTTLE is a standalone novel featuring sizzling romance, HEA, and absolutely no cliffhanger.
This Award Winning/Best Selling series features southern cousins as they discover the meaning of love, loss, and family.
Each book is dual POV, told from a different character and their love interest.
This series has a total of 10 books, which are also sold separately.
This series contains adult content, and is meant for mature readers that are 18+
Buck Fever was nominated for the prestigious Edgar Award for Best First Novel.
Description: It’s the week before deer hunting season, as close to a statewide holiday as you get in Texas, and the locals are getting restless. Game Warden John Marlin has his hands full with poaching complaints coming in faster than he can write out-of-season tickets. Then a call of a different sort comes in. A man dressed up in some sort of deer costume has been shot at the Circle S ranch, and witnesses are reporting a massive wild-eyed buck prancing about the pasture in a lovesick frenzy. Marlin’s seen a lot in his years, but this is wilder than he could have imagined: the man in the deer suit is a good friend, and the whacked-out whitetail isn’t exactly a stranger either. It’s the beginning of a mad, frantic weekend in Blanco County, one that will see a few more men shot, an invasion by Colombians with more than hunting on their minds, and damn near the end of Marlin’s life. Ben Rehder serves it all up with a huge helping of humor in this debut comic mystery that will firmly establish him as the funniest crime writer in Texas.
REVIEWS FOR BUCK FEVER:
“This debut novel is a complete success, tearing out of Texas chock-full of characters so nutty and events so strange it seems as if they must be real. The writing here is confident and vigorous; the tone is quintessentially Texan and relentlessly wry. There’s sure to be a long career for this happy, wacky series.”
—Publishers Weekly (Starred Review)
“This is a wild and crazy first novel, crowded with weird people, unusual relationships (both animal and human), and frequent humor that will appeal to fans of Carl Hiaasen, Tim Dorsey, and other comic mystery writers. Strongly recommended for most collections.”
—Library Journal (Starred Review)
“It’s been our pleasure to be among the first reviewers to take notice of several writers who eventually became best sellers, including Nevada Barr, Lee Child and Randy Wayne White. Ben Rehder has what it takes to join that group. Imagine Carl Hiaasen with a Texas accent…”
“Briskly paced, amusing, spiced with deftly drawn good-old-boy portraits: an altogether promising debut.”
“…side-splitting…akin to the Tom Robbins style of humor writing.”
“Austinite Ben Rehder’s debut novel is the summer’s best find. With a nod and a wink to Carl Hiaasen, Rehder comes out swinging with a sardonic Tex-centric look at trophy deer hunters, beer-guzzling poachers, and Game Warden John Marlin—the man charged with keeping them all in line. Buck Fever is too fun to be legal.”