In a club of mean bikers, being gay can get you killed, but love can save any man.
Sam ‘Solo’ Braun lives by one truth, the Grave Diggers Motorcycle Club, above all. The creed has served him well, giving him the only real family he’s ever known. He would die for his brothers and them for him, but they don’t know he prefers men over women. Coming out to a group of men who fear no one isn’t high on Solo’s priority list, especially because he’s never indulged in more than one-night stands.
Everything changes after one night with Eric James. For the first time, Solo can’t stop thinking about a single night he’d spent with a man. When fate intervenes, Solo comes face-to-face with his blue-eyed obsession, only to find out Eric is a cop. Solo hates cops, and so do his brothers in the club. However, Solo decides to gamble everything and spend more time with Eric under the guise of getting information.
I have to admit, I’m not a fan of biker books. Or I should say, I’ve not found one that has turned me into a fan. The reason I picked this book was simply because of the author. I’ve not read a bad book by Lynne and Solo was no different.
Even though it was pegged as an MC book, and believe me there are bikers and club stuff, slang words etc. through out the book, this one focused on the story. Eric and Solo what brings them together, how they are going to stay together.
We’ve three main people. Solo, the biker and love interest.Who is trying to find the punk selling drugs on school property. Eric the cop, who’s trying to find a drug dealer and getting pretty disillusioned about his job. And Rowdy, Solo’s best friend, also helping Solo.
Eric and Solo, make a unique but surprising perfect team. They both had crappie childhoods and while Eric has managed to see the good and love, Solo has not. Unit Eric.
Rowdy, has wants to see Solo happy, knowing that maybe one day he can be happy too. And together they all want to find the bad guy.