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Need (The Fight Club Book 3) Emily Townsend Needs Closure And She Will Do Anything To Get It, Including Visit A Local BDSM Club What She Doesn T Expect Is For The Sexy Man She S Been Ogling For Three Weeks To Waltz Over To Her Table And Dominate Her In A Way She S Never Experienced Rider Henderson Doesn T Do Newbies Or Girlfriends But The Cute Pixie Hanging Around His Club Has Drawn Him To Her Side Like A Magnet Perhaps If He Took Her On As A Trainee, He Could Purge Her From His System The Steam Between Emily And Rider Is Undeniable Not Only Is She A Natural Submissive, But She Also Enjoys Watching Him Fight That Doesn T Change The Fact Rider Doesn T Want A Permanent Woman Hanging Around, Nor Does Emily Have Any Interest In Sharing Rider With Her Family Or Coworkers It S A Summer Fling Nothing Right



10 thoughts on “Need (The Fight Club Book 3)

  1. says:

    This is a sexy little series I really am enjoying it Alpha men and sexy women.


  2. says:

    This book was better then the last one to say the least I must say I did enjoy the older woman and younger guy romance This was cute but I didn t like the way she ended this storyline, however I m not going to raise to much hell about it because the author has a way of making her...


  3. says:

    I had such high hopes for Ryders story Maybe my expectations I set were to high, maybe I anticipated to much hotness from this sexy Dom police officer Whatever the reason I was disappointed He wasn t as Dom of as alpha as he should have been The story was just so so it had all the set up ...


  4. says:

    if you like hot alphaMMA fightersthis sexy series is a great one


  5. says:

    It seems I am completely hooked on this series, I loved the story of a shy but feisty Emily, Rider who is very dominant and fighting against this strange attraction he feels for this pixie of a woman I can go on and on blabbing how I love it all, but in other words I adored this book Maybe it s because I once was a school libr


  6. says:

    I enjoyed this book so than the previous one, Need I felt like I enjoyed the characters a little as the story was a little different than the first two Em was a natural submissive for Rider and when they both accepted what it was they were feeling for one another then they were finally able to move further along in to an ac...


  7. says:

    NeedRider The Enforcer Henderson aka cop, MMA fighter and Dom Emily aka sub and librarian Together they make one heck of a couple Need is my favorite book in Becca Jameson s The Fight Club Series This couple is smoking hot together , Rider brings his Dom skills to an entire new level to train Em...


  8. says:

    Cops, Bikes, Tats and MMAI have read this book many times Shocked I never reviewed it I love the Fight Club Series Although this book is part of a series, and would be best read as such, it is still a stand alone book Cops, bikes, tats, and MMA, my favorite things all nicely wrapped up in a splendid drama induced fighting lust filled stor


  9. says:

    Rider Henderson doesn t do newbies or relationships He doesn t have the time And yet, he offered to train Emily Townsend, the buttoned up, innocent woman who has been sitting in the corner for the past three weeks Th...


  10. says:

    This was a Hot read I don t think that Rider knew, but the first time he saw Emily, it was love at first site.He said it himself He does take on trainee He prefer a submissive w experience.It was different w Emily, because he was attracted to Emily.Rider tried not to fall in love w Emily, but ...


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About the Author: Becca Jameson

Becca Jameson lives in Atlanta, Georgia When she isn t writing, she can be found reading, editing, scrapbooking, running, swimming, biking, or taxiing kids After enjoying several years on the editing side of the business, she decided to give writing a try Now she can t stop And the voices in her head are clamoring to get out faster than she can get them onto paper Becca writes both contempo