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What happens when your past pounds on your door, and you lose the little control you have over your own life?

Cesar "Beast" Ironhorse struggles with which road to take when a new threat storms into his life. As he is blackmailed, he needs to find a way out not only for himself, but also for his family, who he has sworn to protect. As luck would have it, his well-intended play goes to crap, so Beast involves his brothers from his club, the Grimm Wolves MC.

Not only is he out of options, but his ol’ lady and son are also in constant danger from a cruel and heartless enemy with the muscle to back him. This enemy is close enough to Beast, so he knows how to manipulate him by using his love for his family. When a threat involving everyone connected to the Grimm Wolves MC comes to their front door, Beast and his brothers fight against the enemy threatening to pull them back into the darkness as they fight for their survival. With their club on the verge of a war and the holidays quickly approaching, Beast works to fix his mistakes and make amends to his family. With help from his brothers and their ol’ ladies, Beast’s surprise Christmas gift for Cathy and Rider is completed.

Will his family come home for the holidays, or will he end up lonely and alone on Christmas Day?

©2020 D. M. Earl (P)2021 Spectrum Audiobooks

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What a fun story. It had plenty of exciting moments in it.
Gunnar and Jenna are a wonderful pair to narrator. They just have the chemistry when they speak with each person.

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Great addition to the series!

Cesar (Beast) and Cathy and Rider's story is well written, and emotional. There is a lot going on in this installment. I liked the action, and the suspense. Some scenes are hilarious! I loved to see again the characters from the first books. Gunnar Qualen and Jenna St. Claire did a great job with the duet narration. I enjoyed it. I love this series!

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an emotional holiday story

sure made me cry several times. there are some fun moments, some moments that are bad and make you kind of sick and there are some times when I had to laugh. the kids of course say the darkest things. the guys getting together for each other is just the best. the ending was of course the best
I enjoyed the narration the deep voice was so spot on! I mean wow. the womans voices were great. the only change that I would have liked is the kids. Damien's voice was just to old sounding to me. its not worth taking away a whole star but they won't let me do a quarter. the naughty scenes need a bit more believability to them. the emotions were not there.
its a good story and I would recommend it.

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Santas and Bikers and Secrets, Oh My!

This is one of my favorite books in the Grimm Wolves series, not only is it full of suspense and action, but it shows the emotional side of the club and their families. I so enjoyed the audiobook. Both of the narrators are new to me but I hope to hear more from them in the future. Jenna St. Claire exhibits a wide range of vocal talents. She is as real with Spitfire's Southern drawl as she is Damien's or Rider's little boy voices. Each woman's/child's voice is distinct and easily distinguishable from the other characters. Gunnar Qualen's voice is sexy as can be, whether he is the grouchy Chains or the level-headed Prez, Brick. He does a great job with each of the brothers he voices, making them easy to recognize in the chaos of the club. The duet narration of this book only adds to the enjoyment of the listener. I hope to hear more from both of them in future books in the series.
This is third installment in the Grimm Wolves MC series by DM Earl. Beast has been acting just as his name implies in the past installments and his reasons are protective if somewhat misguided. When demons from his past threaten his woman and son, he hides them away in a run-down, unhealthy apartment, hoping Cathy will get fed up and leave for safety. With the holidays approaching, Beast seeks to make things right with the family of his choice and of his heart, protecting them from the family of his blood.
As with most MC books, there is always a lot going on and Ms. Earl gives us glimpses into couples from the previous books as well as making them an integral part of the current storyline. Threats abound not only to Beast and his family, but also his club. Ms. Earl does an excellent job showcasing the members of the MC and their relationships within the club, while adding an element of danger and suspense to the mix. While these guys are rough around the edges they all have hearts of gold and know the true meaning of family and do their utmost to make this holiday season the best ever for Beast and his family, as well as the rest of the club. Ms. Earl has the perfect balance of heat, danger, humor, and love to create a great holiday read in this series.

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Definitely listening to the rest of the series

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Fabulous MC Christmas Story

This is the third book in the Grimm Wolves MC Series and it is fantastic! Beautifully narrated and with who is speaking clearly identified, it’s very easy to lose yourself in this story and I did! The writing is as I have come to expect from D.M. Earl, perfection! No holes, no gaps, no unanswered questions. The flow is smooth, the dialogue realistic, the emotion on point and most importantly, the plot interesting with a good forward moving pace. I loved it and I eagerly await more books in the fantastic series! Five fabulous stars!

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Who says MC can’t be softies

This book was so good. A few parts made you sad but overall the love was so real and raw. The ending of the book had me laughing so hard with the littles cussing so innocently and then seeing the big bad MC in tights 😂 I could picture it all so vividly. I hope there is more to this series coming out

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Christmas

Just in time for Christmas, we get the third book in the Grimm Wolves MC series! Beast lives up to his name. Gruff and gritty, he is tough and will do whatever he needs to keep his family safe. When his past comes knocking, he moves Cathy and Rider to a dilapidated apartment hoping no one will find them there, and that she gets fed up and leaves. But his heart is with them, and he needs to make things right and keep them out of harms way. A Christmas secret begins. And the threats keep coming, now to include the club. Will his MC brothers be able to keep things at bay? Will Cathy forgive him and stay with his son? It's a lot of fun visiting this MC. We get to see two of the couples we have previously met and see how essential they are to the story. And Beast is just like his namesake. A softy at heart when it comes to those he loves, and a Beast when they are threatened! It's a fun listen and makes me want to hear more from the Grimm Wolves.

Gunnar Qualen and Jenna St Claire bring the Christmas spirit to life! With a suspense story, these two know just how to bounce off each other to get us captivated and invested. It's another exciting listen by this team and I thoroughly enjoyed it.

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War, Danger & Christmas

Santa...Nope is the third book and a fantastic addition to the Grimm Wolves MC series. It's very well-written, well-plotted with intriguing elements that totally drew me in. The storyline is fast-paced, suspenseful, action-packed, and emotionally charged with the holiday spirit. Earl's development is phenomenal and authentic; the brothers have complex personalities with distinct traits, and the women balance out their rough edges. Beast is living up to his name, driven by pure instincts, protecting and hiding his family, Cathy and Ride, from his past and the threat they carry.

It's the holidays, and Cathy gets fed up with both the secrets and new living arrangement, a run-down apartment, and leaves, taking Ride with her. I really felt for Beast; he has a gentle heart but can be a true beast. I liked how the MC death with the uncertainty and threat, they make a formidable unit. The ending was gratifying, and I'm definitely looking forward to more of the Grimm Wolves MC series.

The narration is outstanding. Gunnar Qualen and Jenna St. Claire are talented voice artists, altering their tones to fit the character's personalities and the intensity of their emotions. They made the story come to life for the listeners. Overall, Santa...Nope was a super entertaining holiday MC romance listen, one I'm highly recommending.