FINALLY! You can read The Masters M.C.: Property Of and understand what I've been yapping about for weeks. I give this book 5 stars and 2 thumbs up!
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Bikers and BDSM—a match made in heaven. No better backdrop for hunky alpha males and surprisingly strong submissives. Our heroine, Tuesday Grace is charmingly Cajun, willful, and often her own worst enemy. When Colt runs into her—almost literally—her horrendous luck with men takes a decided turn for the better.
B.B. Blaque takes us on a wild ride as she introduces us to the world of the Masters M.C. although the storyline switches between the past and present day, the reader has no difficulty following the action. And there is plenty of action, both violent and sexual. This is no sweet, flowery romance, although the sex scenes are passionately lyrical, imaginative, and will get your motor running.
The dialogue is strong and gives the reader a real feel for the personalities of the characters, like this exchange between Tuesday and Colt:
“Why do you feel the great need to pic me up and carry me everywhere? I’m a grown-assed woman and think I’m capable of walkin’ on my own.”
“Ya know—I’ve learned a thing or two about you over the last month. “I can read the distance in your eyes before your boots even get the message to leave. If you decide to go, it’ll be after we talk.”
There’s a fair amount of violence in this book; it is an MC story after all. But it’s more than balanced out with loyalty, unity, friendship, and loving support. There’s a saying that you can choose your friends but not your family. Tuesday and Colt prove not only can you build your own family, the one you create might be better able to give you what you need that the one you were born into.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
B.B. Blaque has lived as a submissive for many years, so when She writes about the BDSM lifestyle, it comes from first-hand knowledge of the subject matter. She has also been involved in some way with bikers and motorcycle clubs since she was a teenager. What she writes doesn’t come from research it comes from living the lifestyles and writing what she knows.
She writes beautifully flawed characters who ultimately find perfection is not a prerequisite. She believes our flaws are what make us unique and some flaws complement each other better than others.