Jase by Geri Glenn




My life is far from perfect, but I’m ok with that.  I’ve worked hard to get to where I am.  I have a cute little house, a job that fulfills me, and a little boy that I love more than life itself.  I pride myself on being a strong, independent woman, and letting a man fix my problems for me just isn’t the way I work.

I had Jase pegged from the second I laid eyes on him.  The man’s a player and I have no intentions of being played.  Been there, done that.  I don’t care that he has a killer smile and an ass I could happily spend all day bouncing quarters off of.  His interest is kind of flattering in the beginning – and then it’s not.


People say I don’t take anything in life seriously.  They’re probably right.  I’ve seen the shit life can throw at you and I refuse to let it touch me.  I live free – I have fun.  People say I don’t respect women.  Well, they’re wrong about that.  I love women almost as much as they love me.  I love the way they smell, the way they taste, and I especially love they way they feel when I get them under me.

I’d met Ellen months ago, and no matter what I do, I can’t seem to get her out of my head.  She’s gorgeous, funny and has an incredible ass.  The only problem is that I’ve never had to work so hard to get a woman into my bed … but we’ll get there.  I’ll make sure of it.  She doesn’t know it yet, but my brand of playing is just what she needs.




Jase is the ultimate player. He gets what he wants when he wants, and the main want is women. Lots of women. He has the looks, the charm and the leather cut that have women at his feet.

Until her. Until Ellen.

Ellen is a beautiful nurse and a single mother. She has been on her own since she was 16. She knows Jase and knows his reputation. But she is still attracted to him.

Jase, who is not one to back down, goes after Ellen. He starts doing things that even surprised me to get Ellen to trust her.

Ellen starts to have trouble with her son’s father and at times backs off from Jase but she soon learns that she really needs and wants him.

Jase has never been the serious type and he soon finds something that he loves, building choppers. He sees that he has to prove himself to his club and for someone like Jase that is a hard pill to swallow. The drive that he has to make this a true success will have you cheering him on to make something of this venture for him.

Soon, Ellen becomes want with need, ladies we cannot blame her, Jase is mmm mm good!

As the two become closer and closer each find that they are fighting to stay together and then fighting their own personal battles with some wrenches thrown from a thing called life.

If you are looking for a quick read that has some suspense, some charm, some chemistry, some struggle and some love, then look no further!

3.5 Stars



Geri Glenn is the debut author of the Kings of Korruption MC Series. The first book, titled Ryker, is releasing on August 14, 2015, and can be read as a standalone.

Geri has been an avid reader for as long as she can remember. She can usually be found curled up in a comfy chair, reading on her iPad both day and night. Geri is an incurable night owl, and it’s not uncommon for her to still be awake, reading at 4 am, just because she can’t put the book down!

Geri loves all genres of fiction, but her passion is anything romantic or terrifying; basically anything that can get her heart pumping. This passion has bled out onto her laptop, and became the Kings of Korruption.

Writing this first book in the series knocked off the #1 thing on Geri’s bucket list, and publishing it has been an absolute dream come true. She hopes you love the Kings as much as she does.


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