The men of Twisted Steel are great with their hands.
And they're not afraid to get dirty.
Mick Roberts, the newest partner at Twisted Steel's custom hotrod and motorcycle shop, looks like a man with everything. But secretly he still craves the connection he lost when his best friend Adam and the love of his life Jessilynn walked out. Then, he wasn't ready for the pleasure they promised. Now, things have changed.
Rich, powerful, and insatiable, Adam Gulati is used to getting what he wants. And there's nothing he wants more than Mick and Jessi. He hasn't seen either in over a year, but the second he sets eyes on them again his memories-and his desires-can't be denied.
After trying to live without them, Jessi Franklin realized no one else can satisfy her like Adam and Mick. The three of them need one another-in more ways than one. It's time to stop pretending and submit to the hunger they all share. But once they go down this road, there's no turning back. As deeply devoted as they are, no one knows what great bliss their forbidden fantasy will find-or the price they may pay . . .
Loved the other books but this one did not do it for me
I want to say first i have loved all of Lauren's books. But this one was a flop for me. Maybe my standards were set way to high because i have loved and adored all the books so far. But in this one i felt like the beginning was so rushed. It was meet at a party. Haven't seen each other in four years. Wham right back together. Then i felt like the rest was so drawn out. It was the same over and over. Whining about no it's my fault, no it's my fault, no honey it's my fault. The ending wasn't bad. I just wish there was more backstory and more getting to know each other again. Than just party, jump into bed, move in next day. Other than that book was okay. Which is why i give it three stars.
Not Worth It
I'm usually a fan of Laura Dane but this book was just lacking. I found myself skipping big chunks of the book because it kept repeating the same things over and over. Didn't really like the book because it was 70% about how Mick and Adam's family couldn't accept them being bisexual and how that made Jessi feel bad. Ms. Dane failed on this story.