Hard Riders Anthology

Jenna Byrnes; Morticia Knight; L.M. Somerton
Hard Riders Anthology
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Totally Bound Publishing
Release Date
December 2014
BDSM, Erotic Romance, LGBTQ

The anthology consists of the following stories:

Clear Blue Sky by Jenna Byrnes

Respect all, fear none is the Rebel Riders Motorcycle Club's motto. Will the Riders step up when the Demon Outlaws go after one of their own?

Mantrap by L.M. Somerton

Not all cages have bars.

Biking Bad by Morticia Knight

When Dylan, a young wannabe investigator, stumbles into the Mojave Sidewinder's MC bar, he finds all kinds of trouble-especially in biker Luc 'Zero' Villarojas.

Book Review by Rachel's Willful Thoughts (reviewer)
Feb 09, 2015   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
151 people found the following review helpful
Anthologies are always like a melting pot because you never quite know how well the stories will blend into one.

The three stories contained in the HARD RIDERS ANTHOLOGY are linked together by featuring gay men in motorcycle clubs. While that may seem to be an oxymoron, I can assure you that these guys are every bit as masculine as their heterosexual brethren.

Authors Jenna Byrnes, Morticia Knight and L.M. Somerton all have stories in this collection. I was especially surprised with how well the stories fit together in breaking the gay stereotype.

Although I liked all three selections, Biking Bad by Morticia Knight was probably my favorite. Not only are the characters very compelling, but there is distinct chemistry between Zero and Dylan. It's 100% raging hot from the moment these two get in the same environment. I never realized m/m activity could be so incredibly hot. It takes the ultimate male fantasy to a completely new level.

Clear Blue Sky by Jenna Byrnes features an interesting set of characters to go along with a storyline full of drama. It's also the first time I've ever read a story featuring m/m abuse within a relationship. The author did an excellent job showing how a respectful and considerate relationship should operate. L.M. Somerton's Mantrap added a twist of BDSM to the mix, serving up a hot Dom who has just the right fix for his captive.

Although this anthology may not be for the faint of heart, these MC boys are packing some heat and make for some great reading!
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