Anniversary Shenanigans: Less Than Three Press Giveaway - Part 1!

Less Than Three Press came to play! They came to play HARD!

Like reading about MC (Motorcyle Clubs)?

Well, LT3 Press is giving away the entire Roughhouse Raiders collection to TWO lucky people! That's right LGBTQIA+ MC standalones from 11 different authors!

Since it's Black Friday in the States, 6 books from the collection for today's winner, 5 books for tomorrow's!

Today's haul from the Roughhouse Raiders collections features titles by authors: Raye Henry, Mell Eight, Katya Harris, J. Hepburn, Matthew Angelo and Stephanie Rabig! 

Changes by Raye Henry
Relationships are precious, but also constantly changing. Phin finds he doesn't like this as his best friend, Kishan, moves to the big city. Alone for the first time, Phin decides to take off after Kishan—and discovers he might not have known his friend as well as he thought. Their relationship will have to change again if it hopes to survive, and Phin has to decide what it is exactly that he wants from Kishan.

Elemental Ride by Mell Eight
Rawley isn't the type to crush hard and fast on anyone, but he's somehow helpless when it comes to the new mailman. Even his bikes and his job as enforcer for a local motorcycle gang, the center of his world, don't compare to his interest in Reign. Unfortunately, Reign doesn't seem to be as interested—but secrets and magic have a way of turning everything upside down.

Hellbeasts by Katya Harris
When restlessness drives Shadow out of his MC's clubhouse and into the night, the last thing he expected was to find a half-dead werewolf. Shadow has never been known for his altruism, but he takes the wounded man back to his motorcycle club, the Hellbeasts.

Rand doesn't know who attacked him, but suspects at least one person from his own pack is involved. But even that might not be as bad as waking up in the midst of a group of misfit weres who don't seem to like him. Especially Shadow, the man charged with taking care of Rand, as compelling to Rand as he is frightening.

But before he and Shadow can work out what exactly they are and want to be to each other, Rand's attackers show up to finish the job.

Just Us and the Road by J. Hepburn
When riders die, somebody needs to watch and remember, so nobody has to die alone. Some of those who die perform this service for others, moving from town to town to bear witness wherever they are needed. It is a lonely existence, even when the camaraderie is strong, and the urge to find companionship and more among the living can be overwhelming. When Alexia lets herself fall prey to that urge, she becomes involved in darkness even she cannot recognise, and discovers she has a much more important duty than she had realized...

Raven's Call by Matthew Angelo
Late one night, cruising through the streets of New York City, Ren hears a cry for help—in his mind. Investigating the cry, Ren finds an Esper under attack by the very motorcycle gang hunting Ren. Despite the risk, Ren risks everything to save the Esper and manages to get them both away.

But doing so has brought the full weight of the motorcycle gang down on them, and it's going to take a lot more than their combined magic if they hope to escape once and for all and see if they could be more than strangers united by strife.

The Wild Hunt by Stephanie Rabig
Peter is anticipating a peaceful ride up to his Aunt Jackie's house for Christmas. Carlos is anticipating some time at his parents' to recover from an unexpected breakup. But when he's nearly at his aunt's cabin, Peter hits a deer. Carlos, who was driving behind him, stops to help... and both men are floored as the injured deer morphs into a woman...

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Please respond to the winning notification within 48 hours or we will choose another winner. Good luck!

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  1. I rode a motorcycle before ...once ended up with burned skin on my feet ...another one with me and the bike in a ditch. So nowadays I choose to ride in the back; and someone else do the vroom vroom. LOL!!

  2. Once and I think it's enough. I guess I prefer the "safety" of a car. But I CAN ride in the back, since it's one of my main transportation lately

  3. Love to ride on the back of a motorcycle despite one accident (YEARS ago) where I probably should have been badly hurt, but instead was super fortunate!

  4. Yes, and I used to have one. It was sold when I went to college. I had great times on it, lol.

  5. I used to drive a scooter... I loved it!

  6. Count me confused, I thought MC was main character! Although I'll gladly read any motocycle club stories which come my way.

  7. Love stories about alpha-male, MC members. So many books here that I have yet to read--can't wait to do so. Thanks for the chance to score great freebies and explore new-to-me authors!

  8. Yes I have! Loved it , burnt my leg on it . Thank you for the chance,

  9. Terrified of getting on one, though I have liked guys who ride 'em (I usually find out AFTER for some reason)...


  10. Nope never been on one. Don't think I ever will be considering I barely like being in a car.

  11. I once rode on the back of a motorcycle when I was very young. Never again though.

  12. I've ridden a motorcycle as a passenger but I've never driven one by myself. I loved it & would ride any chance if I had a friend with one or could afford my own.

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  14. Does the kind that's on those little store carousels count? ;) Alas, I have never ridden as even a passenger. It's only through an author's imagination that I've felt like I was hitting the open road.