Price McNealy was a modern-day outlaw. He thumbed his nose at society’s rules, regulations, and laws, not caring what anyone thought of him, or the actions he somehow justified.
If I made a list of why “not” to be with a man, he’d check all the boxes.
He was also confident, trustworthy, and loyal. When he wanted to make a point, he did so with a brash elegance that I wouldn’t expect to come from a self-proclaimed thug.
In short, Price McNealy was trouble.
I had every reason in the world to refuse him service when he sauntered into my bar.
For a fleeting moment, I thought about it. The next thing I knew, I was bent over with my pants around my ankles.
My bar was packed at the time, but I simply couldn’t say no to him. When it came to denying Price’s desires, I was in trouble.
NOTE: THUG is a stand-alone romance. It has no sex outside the relationship, no cheating, and no sexual triggers. It ends with an HEA, and is a romance novel in every sense. It does, however, include a sex scene (or two) in a public places. These scenes are consensual and tastefully depicted and steamy as hell. If sexual depictions are beyond your romance realm, read the free portion and see if this book is for you before purchase.
The hero in THUG is the president of an outlaw motorcycle club. The book loosely depicts the life of a motorcycle club but does not include non-consensual sex, club whores, sex outside the relationship, cheating, or lying.
Our Reviews –
Thug by Scott Hildreth is the first book in his new Hard Eights MC series. This book was a fitting start to what I hope is another amazing series. This is the story of bar owner Gray and MC president Price. Both of these characters have their own codes and putting them together leads to a great ride. The way each pushed and poked at the other led to a fantastic dynamic. Gray wasn’t a pushover and Price wasn’t a love-sick puppy. Instead these two seemed to bring out the best in each other. The story was fast paced but never rushed, had laugh out loud moments and others that made a girl sigh. All in all I loved this book!