Title: A Lone Stranger
Ride on. Ride on.
HARTE: After a world-changing run-in with the guy I thought was my father, I went on the road to find myself. I patched over to The Bent Zealots MC, an out-and-proud club on the Colorado River. A cock virgin, I raced to experience all I could, eagerly sniffing every nook and cranny, a whole new existence offered up by Grindr. But when Ormond Tangier was assaulted by a rival club, I quickly got down to brass tacks, to show my new brothers I was all business.
Too bad that business involves Bond Blackburn, jailbird brother of our Prez, Turk. That guy is so far in denial he’s practically Egyptian. But he even he can’t deny what I saw with my own eyes at the gay club. Sure, I was on my knees paying homage to a Daddy Dom, but Bond can’t pretend he wasn’t getting some oral praise as well. And now they’re telling me I have to work with this hypocrite?
BOND: This club is a fucking joke. How’s a man supposed to make a new start after the joint? First, my own brother forced me to prospect. I couldn’t automatically rise to the top of the heap through my family connections. No, I’m supposed to labor in a noxious sweatshop making product for their pot dispensary. And I have to sneak downtown if I want to get some halfway decent head, because I don’t even want my gay so-called brothers knowing about my shameful hobby.
Now we’re reaching out to the cops to even the score with those Hellfire Nuts who abused Ormond. And that delicious Harte Saxonberg is getting my goat, so by the book, such bleeding heart. I just want to strangle him—or fuck him.
HARTE: I’m stuck between a rock and a hard place, one that slab of a man, Bond Blackburn. He kisses me, then punches me. Fucks me, then ignores me. He’s got me so upside-down I’ve lost the clarity I had a week ago when I rode west. Ride west, young man. I could be a steam train if I could just lay down my tracks. But the only name I’m calling out is that sexy convict’s.
Ride on. Ride on.
Publisher’s warning: This book is not for the faint of heart. It contains scenes of gay sex, public play, exhibitionism, illegal doings, vaguely legal marijuana operations, and violence against men. There are no cheating or cliffhangers, and HEAs for all.
Author: Layla Wolfe
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: A Dangerous Reality, A Gorgeous Mess, A Lone Stranger, A Dangerous Reality
Series: The Bent Zealots MC #3
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: A Dangerous Reality, A Gorgeous Mess, A Lone Stranger, A Dangerous Reality
Published by Quicksilver Books Source: Author
Published: October 11, 2015
Genres: M/M Erotica, Male Male Romance, Motorcycle Theme
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You know when you’ve come across an accident and you know you shouldn’t look but you can help yourself? You keep looking knowing you may discover something you should not have but you keep looking because you just have to know? That’s what The Bent Zealots MC series is turning into for me. Still unsure if that’s a good or a bad thing but I know my curiosity keeps me coming back for more. A Lone Stranger is the latest entry to this gay MC series.
ARGH! I want to take the two main characters and shake them. Let’s start with Harte. He’s a hard character to not like. He has a big heart (no pun intended) and seriously why he is in a MC. He’s out and proud and is trying his best to lose his gay virginity. He I laughed quite a bit over his thoughts and antics. On the flip side his enthusiasm sometime is too much. Like a puppy that pees when the doorbell rings…and it’s Halloween. Bond (the hypocrite!) on the other hand was one giant irritant to me. Screaming he’s not gay one minute and the next thing you know he’s in a truck stop getting a ‘impromptu knob job’. Both have family issues they are dealing with. Both want to join up with the Zealots although Harte doesn’t have to start at the bottom as a Prospect, which irks Bond off to no end. Yes, I want to shack them but they are obviously perfect for each other.
Their ‘courtship’ aside, A Lone Stranger made for entertaining reading. Their out to get revenge on Ormond attacker before Anson finds out. Along for the ride is Twinkletoes, who feels very much a straight man to the craziness Bond and Harte find themselves in. Still a lot of harsh, vulgar language and violence to be had. In addition, let’s not forget the endless amounts of metaphors spouted. Sometimes I wasn’t too sure if I was supposed to take the whole book seriously of was it all meant to be tongue in cheek either way, Layla Wolfe’s A Lone Stranger made for a interesting read.