He's an outrageously rugged motorcycle builder for the hottest celebrities.
And he's my dad's best friend.
Me? I'm the shy bookworm that's come to Deepwood Mountain to start a new job at the library.
With Dad away on business I'm staying with Dash, of McCafferty Customs fame, in his mansion on the mountain.
And I can't help panting after this shredded, larger than life hottie with a really big…bike. A man straight out of one of my steamiest romance novels, who surely has no interest in a mousy librarian.
Besides, Dash is older and completely off limits. But I still dream of being his ride or die, my body wrapped around his big steel horse.
Help. Going down this road, I'm bound to crash and burn.
Welcome to Deepwood Mountain, Montana, a small town where six best friends with big dreams went from blue-collar bad boys to big shot millionaires. But you know what they say about success… it's lonely at the top. All these men need is a woman to claim, protect, and treat like a queen. Are you ready for the mountain men of Deepwood?
His Big Ride is a short, steamy, instalove romance with an inexperienced but eager to learn heroine, a sinfully sweet as pecan pie hero and an honest to goodness happily ever after.
MMC/FMC- Dash and Willa
POV- 1st person dual
Genre- Contemporary Romance
Heat level - they do the things (at home and in one memorable scene, in public) and they use the P word while naming the parts.
Safety: No cheating/sharing, no OW/OM drama, No S. Violence, no cliffhanger.
Triggers- language, explicit erotic content
Tropes- Age Gap, Father’s Best Friend, Virgin Heroine, That’s Not My Leg, Instalove, Al Fresco Zexytime, Hot and Bothered
What I liked- there’s a lot that’s likable in this book. She’s a reader of Romance <cheering>. And a librarian (I Stan librarians). The attraction is mutual from the start. Gotta love the Instalove. And motorcycle!
What I didn’t- Made me want to be a librarian. Or on a motorcycle. Or a librarian on a motorcycle.
Verdict- if you like these tropes, you’ll like the book.
I received a free copy of this book and am voluntarily leaving a review.