Monday, August 22, 2016

Bad Idea by Lily Harlem

Title: Bad Idea
Author: Lily Harlem
Publisher: Pride Publishing
Genre and Pairing: MM, MC Bikers
Pages: 73
Reviewer Name: Redz

Publisher Blurb
Bad ideas can sometimes be the best!

Roughneck Riders are not an MC club you mess with, least of all their rough and tough gang leader Heavy. But Heavy has a secret that has to be kept, no matter what—his heart belongs to a man. It shouldn’t. He’s supposed to be into women, like the other guys in the club. Junk is just too cute to resist, though. Add in his delectable body, his sweet submission and his willingness to accept Heavy’s sadism, and the couple are a perfect match.

Junk’s a probie, proving his worth to the club and demonstrating his mechanical know-how. He’s lived on the edge for a long time, flitting from one place to the next. But now that he’s settling in as a Roughneck, life is looking up. Not least because he’s in love—soul-eating, cock-thickening obsessive love. He can’t tell anyone about his desire for Heavy, but what he can do is push his lover’s buttons, all day, in full view of everyone, until he’s damned sure the night will bring a whole host of sinful delights and wicked punishments that will leave him marked, bruised and most of all, wholly satisfied.

Publisher's Note: This book has previously been released as part of the His Rules anthology with Pride Publishing.

Bad Idea by Lily Harlem is a fast paced, gritty biker story. I felt this story has a lot more to give, I would love to read more about this biker gang in the future.
Rough Neck Riders MC club has a leader his name is Heavy. He is tough as nails. Great leader, all the ladies like him, and he has a big secret that only a new probie named Junk knows.
Junk wants Heavy's attention. He loves Heavy's sadistic ways. He also does not mind proving his worth. But if Heavy wants to push his buttons, Junk has no problem pushing back.
This is a rough and tough book, with a pace that is okay. I wished I knew more, and perhaps there might be more to this world in the future I really think that would do this world justice. Not that this book is bad, nope it is a great read, I just felt there was a lot of information in a short story. Having a sequel might help. 

               Five Shooting Stars

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