A Sweet & Dirty BBW Romance Book 3
He can have any woman he wants … but all he wants is another taste of her.
She’s a cool, BBW blonde who works for law & order. He’s the hot, dangerous president of the Devil’s Flyers MC. When they end up neighbors for the hottest nights of summer, what could possibly go wrong?
Sara Cannon just lost her job … and apparently her mind, because she can’t bring herself to care that her orderly lifestyle is coming apart at the seams. She’s leaving her downtown condo behind, moving out where a local MC rules alongside law & order. Where the sexy, irritating MC president lives right on the other side of her fence. A line she crosses every summer night in her fantasies.
Ivan ‘Joystick’ Vanko has the life other men dream of. He’s the president of the Devil’s Flyers MC of Airway Heights, Washington, surrounded by brothers willing to lay down their lives for him. He owns legitimate businesses to cover the illicit club pipelines the law can’t uncover. Many locals call him before the sheriff, which means they owe him. Women want him, giving him no reason to let one into his bed full time, or into his heart. So why does he have the urge to do just that with his gorgeous, annoying neighbor?
Sara is recreating herself amid the ruins of her old life, when she makes a huge mistake—she hooks up with Stick. He takes all she has to offer and then tosses her out of his club. Now she’s out for revenge … and she’s not waiting to serve it cold. The man who controls it all may be about to find his summer too hot to handle. Will he ride away, or turn up the heat even more, until she melts in his arms?
I loved it and I especially love when authors take a chance with a BBW as there are far more BBW than the skinny ones. (Well in societies eyes that is) .... I give all of these books a 5 star as I love them. It's a HEA but I want more of their story now.
The pace was fast, it made me cry, laugh out loud and yell at all the appropriate moments. I liked that the leading lady was a curvy girl that got the hot guy and it had just enough angst to keep me interested. On that alone, I would recommend it.