Meet Deviant, he is totally kick ass. He is a bad ass mixture of Sylvester Stallone, Steven Seagal, meets Jean-Claude, Bruce Willis, and Arnold Schwarzenegger. Deviant’s friends are just as rough and tumble with names like Outlaw, Harley, and Justice to name a few.
The government on the planet Mars is crooked and the group has decided to topple it. Deviant is helping train the new raw recruits. He also meets Tage. Tage is shy and quiet and not at all the kind of guy that would get Deviant’s attention; but sometimes things blindside us when we are not looking.
I love the chemistry between all the characters in this book in particularly between Deviant and Tage. Deviant is crude, vulgar and has a filthy mouth and dripping with testosterone but he delivers it in a way that it really works and does not seem forced or contrived. There is a lot of story crammed into those pages with several surprises too. Behavior Problem is a thrill packed ride that keeps your attention from beginning to end. Just when you think it can’t get better it does and the sex scenes are sizzling. This is a read that you will not want to miss.
What if bad guys ruled the world and the good guys were the outlaws?
Deviant doesn’t do friendly. He’s had a hard life and it shows in his behavior. The Outlaw MC of Mars is starting to expand thanks to some tough women who want to change the law. In the government’s eyes, women are only needed for breeding. Deviant volunteers to train them. What he doesn’t expect is to meet Tage. The handsome man blushes more than a hard spanked butt—and what a fine pair of cheeks he has. But Deviant made a promise to himself. Never fall in love.
With a covert war against the government going on, the last thing Deviant needs is a weakness. Will the shy Tage bring the big badass biker to his knees?