Wednesday, 14 October 2015

Cover Reveal ***Claimed by Alana Sapphire***


Title: Claimed (Death Dealers MC, Book 3)
Author: Alana Sapphire
Cover designed by: Margreet Asselbergs, Rebel Edit & Design
Release date: To be determined

I’m broken. Damaged goods. I was violated in the vilest way possible and I’ll never be the same. He’ll never claim me now. Why would he even still want me? Why would anyone? I don’t have what he wants anymore. I’m not even the same girl he met. He’ll leave me just like everyone else in my life. I don’t want him to go. He’s all I have.

I should have protected her and I didn’t. Everything that happened is my fault and if she wants nothing to do with me I wouldn’t blame her. I know I should have stayed away from her but I was selfish. I still am. I’ll move Heaven, Hell, and everything in between in order to make things right. I don’t want to lose her. I can’t. She’s mine.

Claimed is book 3 in the Death Dealers MC series and is the conclusion of Gage and Raven's story. Books 1 and 2 - Forbidden and Tempted, must be read first.

***First Teaser from CLAIMED!***
If you read Tempted, then you know what happened at the end. How will Gage/Reaper handle it?

***CLAIMED Spotify Playlist***


 In the series


The last thing I want is to get tangled in my sister’s way of life. We share blood but we couldn't be more different. I'm into books, art, and music while she's a stripper and motorcycle club whore. I've vowed to stay as far away from that life as I can, but Gage, the club's sexy President has set his sights on me. From our very first meeting he made his intention clear – he wants me in his bed. Well, he put it a little more crudely. He’s a foul-mouthed, arrogant, domineering, infuriating biker who just wants to use my body but I can’t help my attraction to him. Even if I wanted to give in to him, I can’t. He's off limits. No matter how much I want him, I can never have him. He's forbidden.

I'm the President of the Death Dealers MC. My road name is Reaper. Wanna guess how I got it? Yeah, no one messes with me. I live for my club, my family, and getting chicks. I don’t do relationships. Women throw themselves at me, and if they're lucky, I'll give them a couple orgasms and a life-long memory. It’s easy. That is, until I met Raven. I wanted her the moment I saw her but I can’t have her – at least not yet. She’s different from the women I’m used to and I’m caught between wanting her and not wanting to corrupt her. I should stay away from her but how can I? They say forbidden fruit is the sweetest and I’m dying for a taste.


I may have made a mess of my life. I turned my back on a boy with a bright future, for a man who doesn’t even see a future for us. He says he’ll wait for me but will I even make it to my birthday? Between Lonnie gunning for me and getting caught in the crossfire of Gage’s criminal lifestyle, it may be a matter of who gets to me first. I should stay as far as I possibly can from Gage Hunter. I should run, right? But why do I keep running right into his arms? His pull is too strong, my body too weak. He’s sexy as sin and infinitely more tempting than the apple in the Garden. I hope he doesn’t turn out to be the serpent.

She tempts me more than any woman I’ve met in my entire life and I’ve never wanted any other as much as I want Raven. I’ve had more than my fair share so that’s saying a lot. She’s the relationship type and I’m not but staying away from her is physically impossible. Every second I spend with her makes me want her more but I’m not a good man. My life is complicated and she’s not safe around me. I should stay away from her. I tried leaving her alone and only ended up deeper under her spell. I have to have her. Every cell in my body craves her and I need to satisfy that craving no matter the cost. I hope I don’t destroy her in the process.

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About the Author

Music and writing are my two great loves. I always thought I'd be doing one or the other. Alas, I cannot sing or play an instrument so I'm relegated to listening to music (and eating copious amounts of chocolate) while I write. I've always had a love for the written word and began writing poetry at around age 13. College happened and I put it on the back burner for a while until a few years ago when I attempted my first novel. Fast forward to the present and a few novels later, I'm now pursuing publishing.


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