Free Read Friday ~ Hog Wild Chapter 2

Welcome to Free Read Friday !

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This is my day to give my fans a little treat  with a free read from either a current WIP or one of my published novels or novellas.  And sometimes the free read will be a completely new piece written just for this post, or perhaps a scene taken out of a novel in editing–something that no one but me and my editor has seen. 🙂

If you like this new feature (leave me a comment and tell me if you do), I’ll make it a Friday fixture. 🙂

For this installment of Free Read Friday, since people seemed to have liked my post last week (Hog Wild is currently at #17 on Amazon in the Fairy Tales category) I’m posting the second chapter.  It’s a good bit hotter than Chapter 1, so if you need to read the rest of the story, please click on Amazon to down load your free copy!

Click the title below to take you to Free Read Friday.  This Free Read is rated R-18 and older. (In fact, you might want to bring a fan or some cold water! LOL)

HOG WILD

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When Lula Wolfendale’s motorcycle breaks down on her way to a Harley rally, she makes a detour into tiny Shoshone, CA to find a replacement. Seducing biker Beau Hogue and commandeering his Harley is easy; finding sexual satisfaction is a “hog” of a different color. A Blue Phantom, to be exact, owned by Beau’s older brother Jesse. After brief, unsatisfying encounters with his younger brothers, Lula approaches Jesse with a proposition: a sexual battle for his Phantom, where Lula will emerge with either a bike to die for or the climax of her dreams. Or is there a way for her to obtain both?

Enjoy!  Come back next week for another free read.

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One Response to Free Read Friday ~ Hog Wild Chapter 2

  1. This is such a fun and clever novella, Jenna. The way you played with the names and the “big bad wolf” was brilliant. I can’t imagine anyone not being delighted by reading it.

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