Cate C. Wells
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About Cate C. Wells
Cate C. Wells is the author of the Steel Bones Motorcycle Club and Stonecut County series. She writes raw, real, emotionally satisfying romance. She’s into messy love, flaws, long roads to redemption, grace, and happy ever after, in books and in life.
Along with stories, she’s collected a husband and three children along the way. She lives in Baltimore when she’s not exploring the world with the family.
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Theo Mancini wants me.
He touches me when he shouldn’t. Says things that make my face burn. He’s always there, and he always has my back.
And even though I shouldn’t, I want him, too.
But I’m thirty-one, and I’m about to lose everything.
He’s twenty-two with his whole life ahead of him.
But Theo Mancini doesn’t let anything—or anyone—stop him from getting what he wants, and that’s me—heart, soul, and body.
Roosevelt is a steamy, older woman/younger man age gap romance. This novella is a companion to Nickel’s Story, the second book in the Steel Bones Motorcycle series, but it can be read as a standalone. Intended only for adult readers.
No cheating. HEA guaranteed.
Shirlene Grant served her country as an Army nurse in Vietnam, and now she’s finally back in her slow, quiet hometown. She's living with her parents, working at the local hospital. Nothing’s changed except her, and she’s slowly, quietly falling to pieces.
Twitch Robard has a hard time sleeping since he came back from the war, but he has his bike, his brothers, and a long shot plan. He’s waiting on an angel, and when he finally finds her, he’s not going to let anything—the past or the present—come between them.
Twitch is a 18,000-word novella set in the Steel Bones Motorcycle Club world. It's a prequel to the series, but it can be read as a standalone. This short read is intended for adult readers (18+) due to strong language, violence, possible triggers, and explicit intimate scenes.
Standalone. Safe. HEA.