Motorcycle Man (Maya’s Review)

Title: Motorcycle Man
Author: Sarah Hadley Brook
Publisher: JMS Books
Release Date: January 13, 2018
Genre(s): Contemporary
Page Count: 41 pages
Reviewed by: Maya
Heat Level: 3 flames out of 5
Rating: 3 stars out of 5

Motorcycle shop owner Ben Makowski offers a three-day class for new riders. When he finds out one of his students doesn’t even like motorcycles, he’s irritated but drawn to the man at the same time. Though he can clearly see the new student is dealing with something difficult, Ben sets out to get to know what that might be and if he can help in any way.

Writer Angus Winter’s publisher has insisted he learn about motorcycles for an upcoming book, which is the last thing he wants to do. His fear of motorcycles stems from a tragedy in his past. But something about his sexy new teacher makes him want to open up to the man. Can Angus trust Ben with the burden he’s carried for so long?

This is a fun little interlude giving us a glimpse in the the lives of two very different men as they find each other. They don’t have a lot in common and in normal circumstances their lives wouldn’t cross. But Angus’s boss wants him to participate in a class Ben is teaching. They are attracted to each other from the get go. Things move from there despite hang ups they both have, their lives becoming better for the other’s presence. It’s a simple story without complications or hard moments and a good way to relax for an hour or two.

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