Tiny by Sam Crescent

Tiny by Sam Crescent
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Full Length (162 Pages)
Other: M/F, Anal Play, Spanking
Rating: 4 Stars
Reviewed by Tulip

Tiny is the leader of The Skulls and the main protector of Fort Wills, but that wasn’t always the case. He has a dark past, and it’s about to come and bite him in the ass.

Eva cannot stay with a man who’ll keep her in the dark. She’s the daughter of the man who runs the underground fighting circuit in Vegas, and there is iron in her that none of the Skulls suspects. Backing down from what she wants has never been in her nature, but Tiny is too far gone. There’s no hope of holding him.

When Tiny and his boys are attacked on a drug run, he has no choice but to head to the woman he loves. Tiny doesn’t know which of his men are alive or dead. He only knows his past has finally caught up with him. But how can he go back home without his daughter’s man?

Lives will be tested, and lives will be lost. Tiny will be pushed to the breaking point, and he’ll have to make a choice. Who can he save when all seems lost?

Tiny is my new favorite book in the series! It is by far the best one yet, and that coming from someone who liked them all. Sam Crescent really came through on this one. It had it all. I loved every minute of every page.

This book was about Tiny facing the ghost of his past and getting it together before he lost the woman he loved. The plot had him suffering with a lot of inner turmoil. I liked that the author gave him a sweet and romantic side to go along with the rough biker personality. It was good drama. Tiny got his day of reckoning when the past that’s been haunting him came back with a vengeance, wreaking havoc for everyone. There were some great action scenes. I also loved Eva. She ended up surprising me. As it turned out, she was a strong heroine who earned her place in his world, despite her issues and misgivings.

Now for the juicy parts. As usual, Sam Crescent knows how to write awesome love scenes. I always look forward to them in her books. Those scenes were passionate and scorching hot, with lots of anal play and even some spanking. The author actually impressed me with her much improved writing in this book, as well. The grammar and editing was much improved, as was the strength of the plot compared to the last book. I was happy with everything I read here, especially how involved the entire Skulls crew ended up being in this book. Now, it’s on to Killer and Kelsey, please. Killer really stepped up in this one, so now I’m dying to see what he’s got in his own book.

So drum roll, please. I absolutely loved this book. I wouldn’t change a thing. I’m giving it two thumbs up, four stars and a big recommendation.


  1. My banker’s gonna hate you, I put it on my list, thanks !

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