I Want More by Sam Crescent

I Want More by Sam Crescent
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Short Story (61 pgs)
Other: M/F
Rating: 4 stars
Reviewed by Fern

Spike is known for messing around, constantly taking whatever pussy he wants. He’s loyal to his club, and would never dream of changing who he is. One night after a party, he decides to take to the road, to clear his head. Something is wrong with him. He no longer wants the club pussy, nor does he get off on watching them be fucked.

That one late-night ride changes everything.

Star is used to being bullied by people. Even though she has dropped several dress sizes, they still bully her. Now a very handsome man is protecting her, and it is … surreal. He’s a biker and he’s dangerous, but she can’t resist.

How can it be possible for two strangers to find happiness? Can Spike share his club with her?
Does he even want to? Or will they keep that distance between them forever?

Spike is tired of being with the women who have been around the club forever. He just doesn’t have interest anymore in someone who has already been with every other member. He’s getting seriously bored. Deciding on a whim to go out for a long ride and clear his head, Spike races into the night. Hours later, he pulls up to a random, small supermarket in the middle of nowhere. A group of guys are bullying the check-out lady, and Spike finds himself finally stirred into action. Is Star exactly the sort of woman he’s been unconsciously seeking?

I really enjoyed the pace and timing of this story. I loved how it moved along at a steady rate, with no superfluous words or scenes. The reader gets to see things from both Star and Spike’s perspective and this really helped me feel a strong connection with both characters. I found the pace of the story wonderful. Spike and Star were front and centre pretty much the whole way through. I also really appreciated how they didn’t simple stare into each other’s eyes and then just leap straight into bed. Star was quite reserved and Spike needed to show patience and faith in them together. They both worked hard and earned their relationship and I felt that was a truly wonderful thing to read – I thoroughly enjoyed it.

While there was some plot around the club, mostly the meat of the story was all centered on Spike and Star and the growth of their relationship. Readers who like a character-centric storyline should be really pleased with this. I loved how the pacing of the story was fast but at no stage did I feel like the romance or sexiness was skimped over. I found this to be a lovely story and one I will probably reread happily in the future.

With steamy sex, addictive characters and a lovely romantic storyline, this was an excellent book that made me really happy. Recommended.

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