Glimmer by Ashley Munoz



Glimmer 
by Ashley Munoz 
Genre: Contemporary MC Romance 


I'd heard about Jimmy the Fist.
I'd heard he was a single dad, a bar owner, and that he was tied to a dangerous motorcycle gang.
He's someone I'd stay away from in another life.

In this life, I was desperate for a job—preferably as a tax accountant—but scraping the bottom of my savings had stripped my preferences bare. I was desperate for something, anything that would help my mom.

Turns out he was desperate for something too—freedom—and when our worlds collide I realize too late that his demons didn't care how or with whom they collected their debt.

**This is a standalone romance/ suspense novel.** 





Ashley lives in Oregon with her four children and Mr. Fix-It husband. 

If she's not helping her husband with DIY projects around the house, she's writing or sneaking off to a corner to read. She loves hearing from her fans. You can find her in her reader group or on Instagram, where she practically lives. 












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Comments

  1. I like the models on the cover. The book looks great.

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  2. This looks like a book I would really enjoy reading.

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  3. The cover is fantastic. The storyline sounds interesting, but not sure what the suspense is about. Best wishes to the author on this new release.

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  4. This has a very beautiful couple on the cover. Sounds like a really good read

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  5. Sounds like my type of read. Love the cover.

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  6. Figured he was just a really bad boy waiting for the right woman, but think there's even more under the surface! A single dad who wants his freedom... fits into the bad boy image. There's something else there... maybe he's deep under cover, but how does the child fit in? Is it his!

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