From USA TODAY bestselling author Chantal Fernando comes the latest in her steamy Wind Dragons Motorcycle Club series featuring biker bad boys and the strong women who love them.
Vinnie was once the youngest prospect at the infamous Wind Dragons Motorcycle Club but finally, he’s going to be initiated as a full-fledged member! But when Vinnie (now known as Wolf) puts on that WDMC leather for the first time, little does he know what he’s in for. The Wind Dragons have made enemies, and being a member means being on the front lines…
Chantal Fernando’s latest romance delivers everything MC fans could ask for—incredibly sexy men and the women strong enough to keep them, passionate love scenes, thrilling adventure, and even a laugh or two along the way! See why Publishers Weekly praises, “Fernando’s vivid characters burst on the page, demanding to be noticed.”
Chantal Fernando is the New York Times bestselling author of the Wind Dragons Motorcycle Club series, the Cursed Raven Motorcycle Club series, and the Maybe series, along with several other novels. She lives in Western Australia, where she is working on her next book. Find her online at AuthorChantalFernando.com, and on Twitter and Facebook.
"Swoonworthy and addicting, I couldn't put this book down until the very end."
– NYT bestselling author Kim Karr on TRACKER'S END
“Fernando packs heat and heart into her third Wind Dragons Motorcycle Club new adult romance….Fernando’s vivid characters burst onto the page, demanding to be noticed and pulling readers into their world immediately and completely. This tightly told tale will leave readers eagerly waiting for the next installment.”
– Publishers Weekly on TRACKER'S END
“Trackers End simmers with sexual tension and badass, sexy bikers. I went in not knowing what to expect, and was taken on an adventure that managed to perfectly encapsulate romance, desire and action in one delicious package.”
– -Lili St. Germain, USA Today Best Selling Author
"Fernando builds a steamy, sexy, suspenseful full-bodied story that engages fully despite the short length."