Rooster by Harley Wilde

*Rooster by Harley Wilde
Publisher: Changeling Press
Genre: Contemporary, Erotic Romance
Rating: 4 stars
Reviewed by Larkspur

Alora – I’ve prided myself on being a strong, independent woman and not needing anyone. I didn’t become a bestselling author by the age of twenty out of pure dumb luck. I worked my tail off to get as far as I have. But there are few perks to having a man in my life. Laughter, romance, and companionship. Battery operated boyfriends can only do so much. Too bad the guy who sets me on fire is a bossy biker who wants to claim me. No way I’m letting him label me as property. Nope. Not happening. Doesn’t matter if he does make my knees weak and my heart race. I’m not giving in!

Rooster – Of all the women to capture my interest, it had to be the most stubborn, sexy, adorable woman on the planet. I love her mind, her sense of humor, and the way she fills out a pair of shorts. I don’t even mind that she’s an exhibitionist, as long as no one touches. Doesn’t matter to me her uncles were both rotten to the core. The Devil’s Fury may think she belongs to them, but I have other plans. Alora will be mine — no matter the cost.

Rooster is an entertaining and spicy story with a little intrigue thrown into the mix. This fast paced book was just the type of book I was looking for. It is a quick, steamy and satisfying MC story that includes BDSM, voyeurism and some very hot scenes that had me fanning myself.

Rooster is part of The Devils Boneyard motorcycle club and even at forty, he is still a good looking guy. From the moment Rooster sees Alora, he wants her and wants to make her his. Even though Alora is only twenty one years old, she has become a successful romance writer. She is feisty and sassy and gives Rooster a run for his money. It is fun when these two are together; there is a lot of verbal sparring and sparks flying. Alora and Rooster argue and bicker and they have a passionate relationship from the moment they meet. Alora isn’t interested in a relationship, but Rooster enjoys the challenge of trying to change her mind.

I liked both Rooster and Alora and I have to admit, I have a weakness for stories about an older man and younger women. I enjoyed all the passion Rooster and Alora shared and this short, lighthearted story.


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