Turn Up the Heat by Jane Davitt

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I do not usually read “motorcycle club” romances because they feel more like gangs to me and I am not interested in that, but I giggled when Shannon referred to himself as a boring biker who holds two jobs and goes home afterwards.
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First impressions fool recently dumped Rory into thinking Shannon's a walk on the wild side and the perfect way to get over a failed relationship. Shannon's not about to argue. Not when Rory coaxes him into some of the hottest, roughest sex of his life. But who is Rory falling in love with? A fantasy lover or the real man?

Fighting to keep Rory happy, longing for romance as well as the steamy sessions that leave them bruised and breathless, Shannon's got a lot on his plate even before family and friends complicate matters further.

There's only one solution. Turn up the heat, and hope it doesn't burn their relationship to the ground.
 

About Jane Davitt

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Jane Davitt is English, and has been living in Canada with her husband, two children, and two cats, since 1997. Writing and reading are her main occupations but if she ever had any spare time she might spend it gardening, walking, or doing cross stitch. Jane has been writing since 2005 and wishes she'd started earlier. She is a huge fan of SF, fantasy, erotica, and mystery novels and has a tendency to get addicted to TV shows that get cancelled all too soon. She owns over 4,000 books, rarely gives any away, but is happy to loan them, and is of the firm opinion that there is no such thing as 'too many books'.
 
Published April 10, 2017 by Loose Id LLC. 232 pages
Genres: Romance, Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Reviewed by Sirius on Jun 01 2017

I do not usually read “motorcycle club” romances because they feel more like gangs to me and I am not interested in that, but I giggled when Shannon referred to himself as a boring biker who holds two jobs and goes home afterwards.

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