Snatched off the street near her university by members of a street gang, ordered like pizza by an unknown entity, young, densely freckled, redhead, Cleone Fitzwilliam-Lunzer, heir to the controlling interest in the family company, understands she is being trafficked. However, she believes it is some machination by her uncle, who desperately wants her out of the way, or some sort of hostile takeover by a member of her board of directors. Something of an antihero herself and possibly somewhere on the high-functioning end of the spectrum, Cleone, a savant and polymath, with an eidetic memory, a conveniently accommodating conscience, and old money is transported into the desert for the hand-off. Witnessing an illicit transaction that goes badly wrong, she falls into the hands of the Knights.
After a brief and vicious gunfight, like the prize in a box of Cracker Jacks, the Knights pull a frantic and badly bruised girl out of the back of the SUV belonging to the dead corono of their erstwhile trading partners. She’s little more than a kid, and Mason is about to regretfully put a bullet in the head of this inconvenient witness, but the president thinks there might be some profit in her, and Quent has a nose for such things, so they take her with them. They can dispose of her anytime.
Cleone has plans of her own, big plans, though the voice in her head always asks, “You and what army?” Could the Knights of Chaos be the army of her need?
“Read this book. Whether you're looking for motorcycle club drama, spicy erotica, quirky, three-dimensional characters, intelligent prose, or all the above, Chaos Theory has it. J. B. Sandkamp lifts this genre to a whole new level. And never mind the genre—it's just terrific fiction.” … Amanda Coffin, freelance editor
“Chaos Theory: The Biker Variable is one of those books I couldn’t put down, from the first word to the last. With such wonderfully detailed and creative characters you get sucked in immediately. The storyline flows from page one, keeping you guessing and wanting more. I am beyond excited to read the next installment.” … Jenny Yost
I have been told by those who have critiqued my work that I write well, my dialogue is especially well done, and my sex scenes, in particular, are compelling. I do action and description well, so all scenes happen in an actual place. My editor, Amanda Coffin is gratifyingly enthusiastic and did me the honor of writing a positive review. I believe my characters, especially the brilliant, secretive, flawed Cleone are well actualized and unique and the plot is logical and complex.