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Regulators MC, Book 3
Narrated by: Lidia Dornet, Aiden Snow
Length: 5 hrs and 42 mins
Categories: Romance, Contemporary

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Publisher's Summary

She is the everyday girl next-door.

He is shadowed by regret laced in broken memories.

Dark sins of the past have a way of taking hold of your heart and never letting go.

Paisley Asher is the average woman trying to get by in life. Happy and safe in her bubble of ease, she is not prepared to take on the black pit that is one man's heart.

Trevor "Coal" Blake has a past covered in black. Tainted. He is a dark soul.

In the moment, it is easy to lose sight of what is going on. Looking back, however, little cues were misread...or were they? He lives with more questions than answers.

Chance encounters bring these two together. Is she the angel to pull him from the depths of his personal hell, or is he destined to remain alone and as black as coal?

Contains mature themes.

©2017 Chelsea Camaron and Jessie Lane (P)2017 Tantor

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  • Catsongea
  • 18-08-19

Good story

Great narrators. The female is a vegan, so if this is your thing and you like bike club stories, then you will love this. I think the whole thing was well done, but I didn’t like it as much as the other stories. I have gone back to listen to the hellion stories.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 26-03-19


The whole series was thrilling and kept me on the edge of my seat. Some was really heart-stopping and yet I loved the connection between all the characters. Hate to come to the end.

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  • Natasha Zar
  • 31-10-18

A Vegan Flake Meets Man Messed Up Over Sex Cliche

I tried to persevere with this book but it was just downright bad. The whole premise of Paisley wanting to "make things right" with Coal to align her chakras or whatever the hell was downright ridiculous. She bumped his bike with her car, didn't hurt him or cause damage. I just wanted to swat her like an annoying fly and tell her to f*ck off already. I can't imagine a guy being impressed with her over-the-top nonsense, especially when she starts following him.

I lost patience with this book when it turned into long chapters about Paisley's vegan lifestyle, her need to align her planets and clear her chakras. Just get the hell out of here. Coal wasn't a catch in my opinion either, he seemed one dimensional and not interesting at all.

I will be asking form my credit back.

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