Sunday, January 4, 2015

S.E.X. Review~ Biking Bad by Morticia Knight

When Dylan, a young wannabe investigator, stumbles into the Mojave Sidewinder’s MC bar, he finds all kinds of trouble—especially in biker Luc ‘Zero’ Villarojas.

The Mojave Sidewinders is the largest gay MC club in Southern California. They’re also one-percenters, which makes them alluring to those looking for trouble and a danger to those making it. Luc ‘Zero’ Villarojas has been a brother ever since the club’s prez took him in as a runaway. At thirty-four years of age, he’s content to ride his hog, chase tail and run his tattoo and piercing parlor, Zero to Sixty.

Dylan has had to take care of himself since his aunt died when he was still a teen. Even though he’s barely twenty-two years old, the small spitfire has made his way in the world as best as he can and has even started his own would-be investigative agency. He’s proud of himself, even if his agency is on the edge of town in a ramshackle building.

Working his first big case involving a missing young man, Dylan barges into Road Rage, the Mojave Sidewinder’s exclusive bar, and starts asking questions. When it looks as though he’s about to get beaten up, a large, muscled biker covered in ink comes to his aid. Dylan’s incredibly attracted to him—even if Zero is pretty scary and Dylan’s still a virgin. But is there something Zero knows about the missing man that he’s hiding? And is Dylan in more danger than he realizes?

Publisher's Note: This story has been previously released as part of the Hard Riders anthology by Totally Bound Publishing.

Hot, sexy biker brawn~ Biking Bad by Morticia Knight delivered bad ass MC-er and sensitive young buck where coming together was not only a sexual frenzy but a matter of life and death.

Dylan was investigating the disappearance of a young man~ one that wandered into Road Rage, the Sidewinders MC hang out. Not exactly MC material, Dylan stood out like a sore thumb and if not for the assistance of Zero, Dylan’s ass would have been handed to him on a silver platter.

What began as a one night-er, soon turned into a relationship which the gruff club member learned that sensitivity did not mean less than, and falling for someone was attainable if you opened your heart and learned to trust.

Morticia Knight’s research into the world of motorcycle clubs, their attitudes and language, as always was above board. Ms. Knight never fails to draw the reader in and create a realistic world propelling you into the recess of her mind and the center of her writing. Biking Bad personified sex appeal and sexual heat.
Book provided by author/publisher in exchange for an honest review

Definite S.E.X.
A five handcuff review

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