Series: Ready to Ride

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Riding Desire: Alpha Bad Boy Biker Boxed Set (14-in-1) by Opal Carew"Hot Ride", # 1
Wild Ride (Ready to Ride, #2) by Opal Carewbook 2
Riding Steele #1: Kidnapped by Opal CarewPart 1 - 3.0
Riding Steele #2: Untamed by Opal CarewPart 2 - 3.1
Riding Steele #3: Collide by Opal CarewPart 3 - 3.2
Riding Steele #4: Wanted by Opal CarewPart 4 - 3.3
Riding Steele #5: Crossroads by Opal CarewPart 5 - 3.4
Riding Steele #6: Aftershock by Opal CarewPart 6 - 3.5

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Series description

Ready To Ride
Biker Erotic Romance Series

Ready To Ride is a series of stand-alone biker erotic romances.

Meet the hot bikers of the Ready To Ride series for the first time in Hot Ride.

Next is Wild Ride, which is part of the Invitation To Eden series.

In Riding Steele, you'll meet the leader of the gang--the Alpha's Alpha! This, and the rest of the series, are serial novels. (Made up of six parts which combine to make up a standalone novel. They will also each be available in a bundle.)


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Works can belong to more than one series. In some cases, as with Chronicles of Narnia, disagreements about order necessitate the creation of more than one series.

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Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.


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