About the book:
— Don’t talk to strangers. —
Zak. Tattoo artist. Independent. Doesn’t do relationships.
Stitch. Outlaw biker. Deep in the closet. Doesn’t share his property.
On the day of Stitch’s divorce, lust personified enters the biker bar he’s celebrating at. Tattooed all over, pierced, confident, and hot as hellfire, Zak is the bone Stitch has waited for life to throw him. All Stitch wants is a sniff, a taste, a lick. What follows instead is gluttony of the most carnal sort, and nothing will ever be the same. Forced to hide his new love affair from the whole world, Stitch juggles family, club life, and crime, but it’s only a matter of time until it becomes too hard.
Zak moves to Lake Valley in search of peace and quiet, but when he puts his hand into the jaws of a Hound of Valhalla, life gets all but simple. In order to be with Stitch, Zak’s biker wet dream, he has to crawl right back into the closet. As heated as the relationship is, the secrets, the hiding, the violence, jealousy, and conservative attitudes in the town rub Zak in all the wrong ways. When pretending he doesn’t know what his man does becomes impossible, Zak needs to decide if life with an outlaw biker is really what he wants.
As club life and the love affair collide, all that’s left in Zak and Stitch’s life is mayhem.
WARNING Contains adult content: a gritty storyline, sex, explicit language, violence and torture
Themes: Outlaw Motorcycle Club, organized crime, homophobia, family issues, coming out, first gay relationship, tattoo, piercing
Genre: contemporary homoerotic romance
Length: ~ 100,000 words (Standalone novel, no cliffhanger.)
I am no stranger to bad boys and stupid shit. Crime and drugs. Bikers, Gino’s, b-boys. The stuff that happened in Road of No Return didn’t phase me.
If I can’t stand a MC I can’t really develop with the book….
Ugh. I don’t even know where to start or how to formulate words for me to show how much I hated… Stitch.
Stitch…hmmm… Douche, jackass, loser, asshole, facker….. so many more words I can use for him.
I don’t need to read for hearts and flowers, rainbows and teddy bears. But I do need a connection. I need to feel that connection in the marrow of my bones. I didn’t get that with this book….
Connection Connection Connection. It is so vital. So vital to me that I DNF all books that I don’t get it in.
Zak and Stitch met, and the next scene is Zak going down on Stitch.
I can dig the right away of it all, but I felt like it was just done cause Zak was the gay one and Stitch finally found a willing mouth…
So as far as star ratings go, 0 for Stitch
2 for the storyline
3 for the sex.
Thank you K.A Meridian for a copy of the e-book for a honest review