Title: Underneath His Armor
What if bad guys ruled the world and the good guys were the outlaws?
As President of the Outlaw MC of Mars, Knox needs to keep his head clear and always stay on alert. That’s easier said than done. In the middle of this war with the government, another MC wants to start making some big moves. Knox knows they need to watch their back but he always wants to protect his club brothers. The laws are too chaotic not to bend and try to break. Women are for breeding. Dark skinned men are slaves. Homosexuals are executed. He had a problem with all of them. Especially the last part, because Knox was in love with his Vice President.
Knox and Liam grew up watching each other’s back. That didn’t change when they were both sent to prison or when they turned helplessness into a thriving motorcycle club. But Knox is determined to keep Liam at a distance to keep the MC objective safe. Then Liam is injured and Knox is faced with a terrible truth. What if Liam dies before Knox can say just how much he loves the sexy VP?
Explosions, hover bikes, corruption and hot sex. Mars is supposed to be humanities savoir but will it keep two men from finding happiness in each other arms?
Author: James Cox
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Handsome Hero Wanted, A Rampant Hunger, The Virus Maker, Heart of a Hero
Series: Outlaw MC
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Chaos Unchained, Behavior Problem, With Tongue and Teeth, Swallowing Mayhem
Published by Evernight Publishing Source: Publisher
Published: March 18th 2015
Genres: Male Male Romance
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Well well well….the big bad wolf (President of the Outlaw MC) actually has feelings. I’ve got to say that I enjoyed this second installment more so than the first. There was a little more…story to this one and it drew me in.
Knox, a.k.a. Outlaw, is the President of the Outlaw MC’s on Mars. He’s considered the bad guy, but really, he’s the good one. Fighting for what’s right against a government that’s just plain wrong. In a world where being gay is a crime punishable by death, fighting his feelings for his Vice President Liam, a.k.a. Lover, was becoming harder and harder. Pun intended.
Outlaw was doing a decent job concealing his feelings until something happens during one of their “missions”, forcing him to come to terms with those feelings for Lover. Funny how tragic events will do that, right?
Ok, so blah blah blah, right? Actually, the author did a good job keeping me not only involved in the mission, but the love story of it all. It was refreshing to read about a badass going soft (ok, no pun intended on that one).
Well done Cox. For someone who very rarely reads M/M, I’m actually looking forward to reading about Mayheam, Whip, Deviant and even Daisy…I mean Day-Si.