Thursday, November 17, 2016

The Biker’s Dom by Sean Michael

Publisher: Pride Publishing
Date published: December 2015
ISBN: 978-1-78430-927-5
Reviewed by Gabrielle (
Obtained via publisher
Rating: 4 Hearts

It is another year at the Gay Rider's Carnival for Trig but this year he has decided to just enjoy the carnival and let things fall where they may. On the very first day he meets Tarzan. The man pushes Trig's buttons without even trying. The two quickly hit it off and decide to enjoy each other’s company and see where things lead to. Trig faces some deep questions. Has he been going down the wrong path all this time? Not understanding what he truly needed? Tarzan brings out another side of Trig that he did not realize was there. Can Trig and Tarzan find an even ground and enjoy a happy ever after?

We first met Trig in Whip and Nick's book. I liked him than and I am glad that we get to have Trig's story now. He is a good man searching for love but can never find the right man. Tarzan shows him that he is going about it in the wrong way. The two make a great couple. I loved the sizzle between the two and watching their attraction grow into something deeper made for a nice read. Trig must figure out just what he wants and if he wants it with Tarzan.  As hot as Trig and Tarzan get both men are looking for more than just a hook up.  While the two enjoy themselves their emotions run amuck and Trig does some inner searching as he tries to figure things out. Tarzan is more than ready to help Trig figure it all out and will do whatever it takes to make the man of his dreams understand it all.  I loved seeing these two fight their way towards happiness and hope that these two find just what they are looking for.  Trig and Tarzan's adventure is so much more than a simple hook up. It was nice to see the working through so much and Tarzan is always there to help Trig as he begins to find his true self. This is a wonderful read about finding love and reaching for it.

This is an objective review and not an endorsement of this book.

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