The Aces Series by Nicole Jacquelyn

4.15 · 113 ratings
  • Craving Constellations (The Aces #1)

    Craving Constellations (The Aces #1)

    Nicole Jacquelyn

    · 46 ratings · published 2013

    "How is it, that someone can make decision after decision attempting to get away from their past and somehow end up right back where they started?" When Brenna decided to leave the only life she'd ever known, she never thought she'd ever be back. Now, five years later she's running from her clean cut husband straight back to the motorcycle club that raised her... and the man she left behind... more

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  • Craving Redemption (The Aces #2)

    Craving Redemption (The Aces #2)

    Nicole Jacquelyn

    · 27 ratings · published 2014

    Asa and Callie had nothing in common. He was an Ace, raised in the club and loyal to it above all else. She was a high school student with braces on her teeth and a narrow view of the world. They should have never crossed paths. But when Callie decides to defy her parents, and Asa goes on an errand for the club, their lives collide. He saves her, and she mesmerizes him. They part believing they’ll never see each other again... more

  • Craving Absolution (The Aces #3)

    Craving Absolution (The Aces #3)

    Nicole Jacquelyn

    · 21 ratings · published 2014

    Farrah Miller and Cody “Casper” Butler have a longstanding relationship that both refuse to discuss. It isn’t romantic. It may not even be classified as a friendship. Casper’s been saving Farrah from herself for longer than he’d care to admit, watching silently as she drowned herself in alcohol. Then, when she finally got her act together, he left. He told himself he was giving her time to sort herself out. He tried to give her space... more

  • Craving Resurrection (The Aces #4)

    Craving Resurrection (The Aces #4)

    Nicole Jacquelyn

    · 19 ratings · published 2015

    Patrick Gallagher’s future was mapped out—and it didn’t include Amy Henderson or the IRA. She was everything he’d never wanted. Too young. Too naïve. Unfortunately, he couldn’t help but be fascinated by the girl who took refuge in his old bedroom, staying with his mum more often than not. She looked like a Renaissance painting and argued like a solicitor. He couldn’t resist her, and before long he didn’t even want to. Instead, he loved her unreservedly… then he married her... more

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