Saturday, December 26, 2015

S.E.X. Review~ The Biker's Dom by Sean Michael

Trig isn’t looking for something special when he comes to the Gay Riders’ Carnival this year, but it just might have come looking for him.
It’s Trig’s fourth year at the Gay Riders’ Carnival and this year he’s not sure if he’s looking for more than a few nights of camping, checking out the booths and listening to the music. He’s been dumped a lot in the last year and is looking more to lick his wounds and just relax.
It’s the first time at the Carnival for Tarzan and he doesn’t know exactly what to expect. When he lays eyes on Trig, though, he knows what he wants. Trig claims he’s not a bottom, but he’s tripping all of Tarzan’s instincts.
Can these two men find a middle ground, or will their attraction last only as long as the Carnival itself?
Publisher's Note: This book is the sequel to The Biker's Pup by Sean Michael. It is best read in sequence but can be read as a standalone.
As always with a Sean Michael book, one can expect instant sexual attraction, heady interludes and explicit dialogue. The Biker’s Dom falls well into this realm as Trig and Tarzan met at the annual Gay Riders’ Carnival and instantaneous combustion ensued.
Trig was of the mindset of being a dom, but Tarzan was clued into the fact that maybe the man was a sub needing to escape. Lucky for Tarzan, Trig finally succumbed to his persistence.

The book was an enjoyable read. The story was fast-paced with great sexual chemistry between the two men. Whip and Nicky make an appearance from The Biker’s Pup and although it’s not necessary to read said book, I would recommend it.

I liked both Trig and Tarzan. Both were loving men with nurturing tendencies which suited the life they both strove for.

The Biker’s Dom kept me interested as only Sean Michael can, with sexual action every other page.

Sexy and Sizzling
A four handcuff review

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