Author: Kiki Clark
Series: Leather & Chrome #1
Tank and Cj start as pen pals while Tank was incarcerated for a job he did for his motorcycle club. The letters start out innocent at first but quickly turn sexy as they exchange each other’s fantasies. As soon as take is released he changes club chapters and heads straight for Cj.
When I saw this book was about Daddy kink I didn’t think I was going to love it because that isn’t my jam usually, but this was so good. Cj and Tank’s relationship was so sweet and sexy that I couldn’t put the book down. We even get to read some of the letters they exchanged while he was in Prison and it was just a great way to start every chapter.
Cj was sweet, confident and outgoing. I loved how he was always making friends and adapting to the situation. He found his true family with the motorcycle club and with Tank. Tank was a man determined to change his life around. He was willing to walk away from the club for Cj but luckily he didn’t have to. He finds true brotherhood with this chapter, especially Six. Both Tank and Cj blossom with this new chapter. Cj figures out what he wants to do with his future and lets go of his past. Tank finds brothers and learns that he can be more than just muscle.
“Everything good in my life is because of you, CJ. And I’m never going to forget that. I’ll do my best to give you everything you fucking deserve.”
Cj and Tank’s relationship was so sexy and steamy. I loved how Tank took care of Cj and really listened to what he wanted. When they started incorporating Six into the mix as a voyeur it was wonderfully handled and so dang sexy. I just love these two and how much they take care of each other.
Overall, this book was such a surprise and I can’t wait to read the next book and see Six fall. I am really intrigued by everyone in this chapter and can’t wait to see everyone find their person.
Trigger Warnings; on page homophobic roommates/landlord; homophobic parents referenced; sexual harassment from customers; abusive and drug using parents referenced; violence; incarceration referenced;
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