- Book Title: The Biker’s Dom
- Book Series: Stand-alone
- Author: Sean Michael
- Publisher: Pride Publishing (January 5, 2016)
- Book Length: 88 pages
- Genre: Contemporary, Romance, Erotica, BDSM
- Reviewed by: Phetra
- Rating: 4.5 Star
- Posting Date: January 5, 2016
I was not expecting the turn of events Sean Michael decided to take in this book, for Trig. I was actually quite surprised about it, happily so because it sure wasn’t a bad thing. In a way it actually helped and made me even more excited to read this book.
In the Biker’s Dom we meet Trig, he was first introduced to us in the Biker’s Pup that was Whip and Nick’s book and the first in the series. Trig is a Dom looking for love and a submissive to share his life with, in the first book he was happy for his friend Whip when he seemed to find both but jealous as hell. Even then Trig made an impression on me that lasted and I knew I wanted to read his story. In this story, his story, he meets Tarzan, and can I just say I love the name. I’ve read reviews that says the names are just ridiculous and weird when in real they are very Sean Michael. I’d say it is a Sean Michael trademark to not only give many of his characters original names, but hide jokes, puns and “twinkle in the eye” mischieves for the reader to pick up. These small quirks are what make Sean Michael fun and unique in my eyes.
Tarzan, is a modern man of the jungle, he’s gorgeous, sexy and full of lean fine muscle. A real biker, but no dummy. He’s a computer tech guy and really down to earth. The one thing I think I like the most about him is that he’s not pushy or in your face, he simply seduces with Trig with his charm and the fact that the two have chemistry enough to light up a whole, well, carnival.
To be expected in a Sean Michael book of this character, there’s a lot of sex, a lot of heated moments but also a lot, I would say more than normal, there are a lot of sweet and tender moments. The author does a great job of capturing the instant attraction and “there’s something else than just sex” feeling between these two men. You can feel that it’s not just a role in the hay between them.
So what did I miss that made this a 4.5 star, well to be honest, when I was enlightened to what was going to happen to Trig so to speak, I would have thought there would be a little more fight from him. Not a Jim (from Bent) hissy fit flip but at some point I’d expected him to show he was conflicted about how he felt of what Tarzan suggested. Trig never was nor will he ever be a fighter or a drama queen but he was so comfortable so immediately with the idea, but then again maybe that was the whole idea!?
But all in all for all BDSM and Sean Michael lover’s out there this is just another one you can’t miss.
Trig isn’t looking for something special when he comes to the Gay Riders’ Carnival this year, but it just might have come looking for him.
It’s Trig’s fourth year at the Gay Riders’ Carnival and this year he’s not sure if he’s looking for more than a few nights of camping, checking out the booths and listening to the music. He’s been dumped a lot in the last year and is looking more to lick his wounds and just relax.
It’s the first time at the Carnival for Tarzan and he doesn’t know exactly what to expect. When he lays eyes on Trig, though, he knows what he wants. Trig claims he’s not a bottom, but he’s tripping all of Tarzan’s instincts.
Often referred to as “Space Cowboy” and “Gangsta of Love” while still striving for the moniker of “Maurice,” Sean Michael spends his days surfing, smutting, organising his immense gourd collection and fantasizing about one day retiring on a small secluded island peopled entirely by horseshoe crabs.
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