Michel Prince and Juls Berghammer
A collection of MC Club stories to support one of our own.
On April 22nd, 2021 author Wren McCabe was riding with her daughter and two-year-old granddaughter. At a four way stop it was their turn to go when a delivery truck blew through without stopping hitting their truck on the driver’s side at Highway speed levels sending the pick-up they were in flying. Angels were around the granddaughter who was treated and released.
Wren and her daughter weren’t as lucky. Her daughter was airlifted to a level one trauma center. Having a torn aorta repaired, a plate eventually was put in to stabilize her C1 and C2 fractures. Fractures along spine are now healing as well as her pelvis and nine ribs. Wren, taken to a local hospital with a broken femur, pelvis, hand and multiple ribs.
Wren is the primary daycare provider for her granddaughter. Her son-in-law has had to take off work to be with his wife. Both Wren and her daughter are still in rehab and the hospital.
Unable to write with months of inpatient care, followed by what will be years of rehab in both their future, this anthology is dedicated to help them.
Proceeds will to go to Wren and her family to help with bills donated by the authors in this anthology.
We included Wren’s top selling full length novel, Roadkill.
Review by Twinsie Angie
SO I will admit, I haven’t read an MC book/series in along time. When the genre blew up, this girl devoured allllll the books but lately I have just passed when offered books. Well I have recently become obsessed with Michel’s library of books (Hello Two Ink Minimum is amazing!!) and so I was like OK Lets Do IT!! SO I grabbed the book and started listening…..FRIENDS!!! YES!!!! This book was everything I needed in a story. Yes its an MC but those elements weren’t overpowered in the story?? Does that make sense. Yes the club is there and club rules are visible but the characters took the story and my heart.
Josh/Red is a nomad and looking to go home because his father has passed away and his mom needed him at the family ranch. While he is riding, he sees something in the desert and rushes to see who it is. He can hear the wild animals getting closer, so he is worried. What he sees hits him in the gut. He is looking at a battered and essentially dead woman.
Nova/Roadkill thinks she is being lifted to heaven and is stunned when she opens her eyes in a room. She is surrounded by strangers and these blue eyes that she remembered from when she was dying. Nova has no idea what happened or even what her name is hence the club name of Roadkill.
The couple have a great natural building of chemistry. Red wants to help her while also protect her. The banter and seriousness of her attack forms a bond that neither is ready for and both try to push away.
Red is the first to realize he wants Nova forever but knows she is a mess and is probably not sure what the club life is like since she got some 2nd hand not particularly true information.
The couple go through a lot like moving to Montana to start a Steel MC Charter club, dealing with that past she had hidden away in her mind, solving some crimes against women, and falling in love.
Red is a no-nonsense guy. He won’t fight his feelings and is doing everything he can for Nova to realize her place is with him. Nova hasn’t ever had a real family or had people who generally cared for her, so this new “Family” is confusing and scary. But Nova is a bad ass chick who embraces the title Property.
I am so excited to read the story of the rest of the characters. I admit Baldy is the one I am more excited for because his character just screamed at me the most but knowing the next book is Cass, I am stoked!!
Michel Prince is an author who graduated with a bachelor degree in History and Political Science. Michel writes young adult and adult paranormal romance as well as contemporary romance.
With characters yelling “It’s my turn damn it!!!” She tries to explain to them that alas, she can only type a hundred and twenty words a minute and they will have wait their turn. She knows eventually they find their way out of her head and to her fingertips and she looks forward to sharing them with you.
When Michel can suppress the voices in her head she can be found at a scouting event or cheering for her son in a variety of sports. She would like to thank her family for always being in her corner and especially her husband for supporting her every dream and never letting her give up.
Michel is a member of RWA Pro and Midwest Fiction Writers. In 2013 she was awarded Elite Status with Rebel Ink Press. She lives in the Twin Cities with her husband, son, and cat.