Book Review – Blackout: The Leather and Lace Duet by Janine Infante Bosco

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Publication Date: April 1, 2019

I always love MC’s, they are a whole different world of romance/erotica and drama.

Synopsis

After years of struggling with alcoholism and drug abuse, I got clean and put my best foot forward. I became the man worthy of Lacey Parrish’s love and made the girl with the sad brown eyes my wife. But I’m not the only one in our marriage with demons. Diagnosed a manic depressive, Lacey struggles daily with her mind, never willing to succumb to the stigma of mental illness.

The odds have always been stacked against us, but the stakes have never been this high. Pregnant with our child, Lacey is forced to choose between her mind and the baby we wished for.

I can take pain, but I can’t take hers.

Helpless and at the mercy of all the things that plague us, I turn to my past.

It’s always our favorite sins that do us in.

Leather.

Lace.

Me.

Her.

Suffering through hell, hoping love is enough for us to survive one more blackout.

*This is part one of the Leather & Lacey duet and will conclude in Book Two.*

In Blackout: The Leather and Lace Duet Book One, Blackie and Lacey have the love that is so strong, that it feels that every couple should have. Unconditional love that two people have for each other is the ultimate love connection.

When there are two different struggles, it can make for a whirlwind of problems. Let alone, worry about the future of the next generation.

The setting of the book felt dark, yet, comforting because of the brotherhood. When you have others that have your back, it makes the evil less severe. No one is alone.

Janine did not disappoint with Blackout, I thoroughly enjoyed every page, and every word. I give Leather and lace 5 stars for the story, the way it was written, the characters, and the setting.

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Book Review: Bad to the Bone by Sam Crescent

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This book is recommended for those who are 18 and older.

I have to say . . . For my first MC book, this was pretty hot. And for the first time, I found a book about a woman with real curves. A woman who wants to be independent. Who will dance to the beat of her own drum. James, on the other hand, well, he’s pretty yummy.

Synopsis

Come and party with the Dirty F*****s MC…

We guarantee great sex, variety, and above all, fun. Interested? Come in and party.

Cora has no choice but to join her friend when she’s determined to go to the local MC club to get laid. Cora’s not the settling down type, and hates dating. Enter a scarred biker, and Cora’s changing her beliefs.

James is the founder and president of the club. With his scarred face, he’s used to being passed over for his brother. But when Cora enters the club, James has to have her.

The adventures of the MC – and James – are about to be brought to light. Can Cora handle the heat? Will James convince his woman that being his old lady is the best decision she’ll ever make?

If you want a book that is sexy, full of men, full of drama, full of cockiness, motorcycles, etc, this is the book for you. I give Bad to the Bone 5/5. Good job Sam!!!

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