Whip always has a good time at the Gay Riders Carnival, and this year he’s hoping to meet up with some studs and top last year’s festivities. The last thing he expects when he walks into his cabin is to be nearly bowled over by a skinny lad with a bruised jaw.
Nick came to the Carnival with his so-called Master Dirk, but instead of having a good time, things moved quickly from bad to worse and Dirk responded to his safeword with a punch. Running away and hiding was Nick’s only option.
Broke, alone and not entirely sure how he’s going to get home, Nick thinks Whip is a dream come to life and he’s just waiting for the other shoe to drop. For his part, Whip is drawn to the sweet pup and falls hard for Nick over the course of the long weekend.
But what’s going to happen when the weekend is over?
I can always count on one thing when reading a Sean Michael book~ sexy, manly men who even through controversy are loving characters with deep-seated needs. The Biker’s Pup delivered just that as Nicky took refuge under Whip’s protection at the Gay Riders Carnival. Escaping his abusive Dom, Nicky soon realized that all dominant men are not abusive or unreasonably demanding.
Sean Michael’s portrayal of Whip, even with his immense size, was courteous, his heart on his sleeve. The size of his heart and soul was proportionate to his frame, and the kindness and love relegated towards Nicky.
Nicky as well had stamina and a drive to please and succeed.
A lovely novella which brought two men together, insta-love with heat and desire, but not over the top sap.
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