The Outlaw Motorcycle Club is a defiant group. The new president of the government is Max Wexmen. “He’s a twisted fuck and changed our entire structure. Now it is illegal to drink alcohol, do any drugs, have kinky sex, and, of course, smoke. Homosexuality was a death sentence. Women were to be kept for breeding. Dark-skinned men were used as slaves like back in the darkest days of history.” Taken from the prologue, this is the basis of this novella. Mr. Cox really has a mind for imagining the future.
There is plenty of character study with the various members of the Outlaw MC, and the dark-skins that make up the major characters in Underneath His Armor.
Mars was colonized in 2000. The MC is a group of outlaws bent on destroying the world Wexmen has created. Motorcycles are hovercrafts that look like old-fashioned motorcycles, but instead of gas, the inner workings are solar powered. The wheels move to a horizontal position and the hubcaps are the “bluelit wind” that allowed the craft to hover.
The club is in one of the many bars on Mars that serve water and juice. And Knox McMann is the owner of the bar. He also owns a repair garage that is used as the hide-out as well. The club has made it their purpose to stop Wexmen. His racist, sexist, phobic world was a world the club didn’t like, and worked to destroy by bombing buildings becoming hiders of the dark-skin slaves. The club didn’t have the same values as the government, and fight to stop it.
There are some fun relationships, some really hot sex, and lots of excitement in a small novella. The world that Mr. Cox has invented is horrible, but full of possibility, just as you may imagine if the wrong people controlled the government. The men in the club are hot and sexy. They are a varied group, something for everyone. Some are gay, some straight, and some really don’t care what they are as long as they are having fun.
I am real interested in checking out his first book in the series. There are 4 books in the Outlaw MC series. Mr. Cox has also written quite a few other books, and I think it would be worth my time to read others to see if I like his style as well as I did in this book.
What if bad guys ruled the world and the good guys were the outlaws?
As President of the Outlaw MC of Mars, Knox needs to keep his head clear and always stay on alert. That’s easier said than done. In the middle of this war with the government, another MC wants to start making some big moves. Knox knows they need to watch the their backs but he also wants to protect his club brothers.
Knox and Liam grew up looking out for one another. That didn’t change when they were sent to prison or when they turned helplessness into a thriving motorcycle club. But Knox is determined to hold Liam at a distance to keep the MC objective safe. When Liam is injured, Knox is faced with a terrible truth. What if Liam dies before Knox can say just how much he loves the sexy VP?