The only man I've ever loved stepped aside and let me go 15 years ago because I wanted to start a family. After moving as far away from him as possible, I now must return home for my mother's funeral. The problem with going home is I'm single, and I'm still deeply in love with Otis. Seeing him and not acting on my feelings would be impossible, so my plan is to slip into town, take care of my deceased mother's affairs, and slip out unnoticed.
One drink should settle my nerves....
I'm the 6' 5" tattooed bad-ass that protects my 32 brothers in the Selected Sinners MC. An undercover ATF agent has infiltrated our MC and threatens the security of our club. Determining which of my brothers is the snitch and undoubtedly destined for his grave is my only focus. My only current love is the MC - I let the only woman I've ever loved other than my mother slip away when I was 21 because I was young and selfish. I'm 36 now, single, and plan on staying that way.
Not finding the snitch is driving me insane, I need a drink....
For Otis and Sam, one unscheduled moment together could prove disastrous.
Or, it could rekindle a flame that has always been flickering - a second chance at a first love....
"Being inseparable doesn't define true love. Being separated and having nothing change between you, however, does."
Authors Note: OTIS is a stand-alone MC Erotic Romance with no cheating, no sharing partners, and a HEA. Be forewarned, the main characters in this book are both agoraphiliacs. They enjoy sex in public places, especially if they think someone's watching. OTIS is Book III in a series of true stand-alone MC Romance novels. No other book is required to enjoy this tale. The two previous book may be listened to as stand-alones or together fully understand the complexity of the ancillary characters.
©2015 Scott Hildreth (P)2016 Audible, Inc.
I read this for the sex and was disappointed waiting over 2 hours before any happens. Sadly they only do it 4 or so times and they're literally all centered around being in public. If Biscuit or the parents weren't in this novel it would be bland. I did like that I laughed out loud during the parents interaction, and love the vulgar bond of the men and their hilarious convos. The author sounded like he did his homework on law and prison to add extra details which was an interesting in-depth touch. I also liked the christian-ish vibe the author sneaked in which was cool. Definitely not an epic story, but THANK GOODNESS Sam doesn't get kidnapped like in so many other MC novels. I've never read any others in this series I may consider it if they have a book for "Big Jack".
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