Sponsored post: I received a finished paperback copy of this book for free on a read-to-review basis. Thanks to Little, Brown Book Group.
Blurb (from Goodreads):
New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Lauren Dane delivers Book #1 in her Ink & Chrome erotic romance series.
The men of the Twisted Steel custom motorcycle shop are great with their hands... and they're not afraid to get dirty.
PJ is exactly the kind of woman Twisted Steel owner Asa Barrons doesn't need. The last thing he wants to do is mix business with pleasure, and PJ has some of the best custom detailing he's ever seen. But the chemistry between them won't be denied, and soon he's introducing her to a whole new world in the bedroom, pushing her far beyond anything she's ever experienced. PJ finds she can't get enough, but how far is too far before he consumes her completely?
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
(Source: I received a finished paperback copy of this book for free on a read-to-review basis. Thanks to Little, Brown Book Group.)
"Asa helped PJ off his lap and stood as well. There was no hiding how hot he was for her"
This was a sexy story, featuring a couple with piercings in some very sensitive places!
PJ really knew what she wanted in this book, and wasn’t afraid to step on toes to get what she wanted. Being the only girl in a male dominated family business seemed hard, and she did seem to be trodden on a bit, but she proved that she knew what she was talking about.
“Purple hair sold more than you did last month.”
Asa was also quite domineering, and was so sure that PJ wasn’t the right fit for him, and he was so wrong!
“You’re defiling her in your head right now, aren’t you?”
The storyline in this was about PJ and Asa discovering each other, and the sexy scenes that followed! This pair were pretty hot, although I have to admit that I liked the sexy scenes more than the rest of the storyline. Asa’s piercing was also pretty sexy!!
“Wait. I want to see you put the condom on over the piercing. I should know this. For future reference.”
The ending to this was good, and I was glad that PJ and Asa got a happy ending.
6.5 out of 10