Friday, August 7, 2015

Hung (Selected Sinners MC #4) by Scott Hildreth

Hung (Selected Sinners MC #4) by Scott Hildreth

This is an adult romance novel (Rated NC-17)

(Four Hanging Hearts)

Book Summary

Stand-alone. No cheating, no sex outside the relationship, no love triangles, no club whores, HEA, no cliffhanger. 

Being raised by my asshole police officer father and my subservient mother, I went to college with a penchant for outlaw alpha males. I knew Dalton Biskette was in the Selected Sinners MC, and a bad boy; but the night he walked into my bar I had no idea how bad he really was. He was tall, covered in tattoos, had gauged ears, was muscular, and had awesome beard. Just watching him walk was enough to make my lady bits itch, but after our first night together I found out although he was a bad boy, he was really good at some things...

He was perfect in my eyes. 

My police officer father disagrees… 

And so does my former Marine ex-boyfriend who just got out of jail. 

The license plate on my bike says it all – RFOF – Ride, Fuck, Or Fight. 

I’ve never met a girl who made me stop and pay attention to her until I met Kat. Kat's tall and gorgeous and is able to take all I can sexually dish out without complaint. There’s only one problem, her father’s a cop. 

And I hate cops. 

If he thinks he can stop me from fucking his daughter, he’s as wrong as the day is long. 

HUNG is a stand-alone MC Romance with an HEA, and is book IV in the Selected Sinners series of stand-alone full length novels. This novel is 71,000 words of action-packed erotic romance. There is no cheating, nor is there sharing of partners, but the sex is detailed, graphically depicted, and frequent. No other book is required to tell this tale. PLEASE be over 18 to enjoy this book. 

My Review

This book had some serious laugh out loud moments. I mean burst out people staring at you kinds of laughs. They catch you off guard and blurt out of your mouth. Beware of drinking while reading, you just might snort some liquid.

Okay, but it’s not like the entire book is funny. I would say the first half is funnier than the second, but that didn’t take away my enjoyment of the book.

I really liked Dalton and he felt like a guy (basically he felt real, like a guy wrote him). It was different than some books that “claimed” to be written by guys. This felt spot on. With that said, there are some crude moments, especially in some of the humor that felt like guy talk and I loved it.

And well, the woman in the story felt real too. All her emotions and “girly”ness felt real too. And the sexy times, yum. A little stretch here and there like the length of his tongue, but a girl can dream.

The one thing that shot this book down from five stars is that it didn’t feel like a biker’s book. Some of the things that happened with the club were glossed over and a summary of the events were given. I would have liked to explore some of those topics. Please note, I haven’t read the rest of the series. So this could be my problem and not the book or the author.

Overall, I liked this book enough to go back to read the series from the beginning. I just hope the other books live up to this one.

My book boyfriend Dalton/Biscuit.

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