Eve Myers, a new client, had always craved a bad boy in leathers fantasy, which I was in the perfect position to fulfil. I had a vintage bike of my own, which I often rode to blow off steam and clear my head. Given my last encounter, a night like that was just what was needed, raw, rough and hard. Eve’s fantasy involved a workshop, oil and sweat, then a long ride, in more ways than one, followed by some outdoor night time action in the country. I had the feeling that this was going to be one dirty job, but Logan Steele and dirty were seriously old friends. Well buckle up Eve, because you’re about to have the ride of your life.
I really do enjoy this series, and not just because Logan Steele is sex-on-a-stick and a wild man in the sack. No, with each installment I get to see Logan grow as a character, and I will admit that when I picked up the first installment, Strangers for the Night, I wasn’t expecting a tenth of the storyline that Fallowfield has imparted in each book. While Biker for the Night takes place a week after the events in Sophisticated for the Night, a lot has happened in that time.
Or, more accurately, a lot hasn’t happened in that time because … she didn’t call. So Logan has decided to throw himself into his work in hopes of “working” Summer out of his system. What better way than to be the ultimate bad boy? Eve is a lady – no, I mean that seriously, she’s an honest to goodness Lady – and she’s hired Logan to make had bad boy biker fantasy come true because even though she has an actual bad boy biker interested in her, she knows there’s no way her parents will ever approve. If you’ve made it this far into the series, you will not be surprised that the sex scenes are hot as sin, but they will still surprise you in the end because Logan isn’t a one-trick pony. Seriously, this is a man that could probably talk most women into an orgasm. So the hotness factor has not diminished.
What did surprise me about this installment was how much Logan’s personal life entered the evening. He actually “shared” some of his feelings with Eve even if he wasn’t specific about the parties involved. I liked getting to see Logan open up just a bit to someone else, especially as that someone else was in a similar situation of not being able to have the one person they really wanted. I was not, however, surprised by the events of the following morning because despite his outward appearance, Logan is a softie. The phone call at the end of the book has me wanting to read Dominant for the Night now, not only because I want to see how that face-to-face conversation plays out, but also because I … want … to … know … Logan’s … real … name!