Tuesday, April 30, 2013
Book review: King Cobra (Hot Rods #1) by Jayne Rylon
Nothing’s sexier than seven men with hot rods.
Hot Rods, Book 1
After Eli’s mother died, his father honored her life’s mission as a social worker by taking in several kids from the wrong side of the tracks. Not all of them stuck, but those who did became Eli’s quasi family.
Their bonds, forged in fires set by their personal demons, are unbreakable—or so Eli wants to believe. Especially since he and Alanso, his best friend and head mechanic, witnessed the overpowering allure of polyamory while visiting the Powertools crew.
Much as Eli would like to deepen the relationships among his foster brothers and sister in the Hot Rods Restoration Team, he’s hesitant to risk everything on a quick romp behind a stack of tires.
But when Eli catches Alanso exploring their mutual fantasy at a known hookup spot in a public park, all bets are off. And Eli must decide if it’s time to jump in full throttle—and trust his instincts to guide him through the night. If the pair of mechanics can dodge the potholes in their own relationship, maybe they can race together toward the unconventional arrangement with Mustang Sally they both desire.
Warning: Fasten your seatbelts, this is going to be a wild (and naughty) ride!
Wow! Jayne Rylon has done it again. King Cobra is book one in the HOT RODS series. Kind of a spin off from the Power tools series. The series is about a group of mechanics led by Eli London. In one of the Power Tools series books Eli and Alanso another of the mechanics visit the crew and get a eyeful of how their relationships work. Ever since then things have been tense between the two mechanics. It finally comes down to embracing what might be or possibly losing what they have.This book is sizzling hot erotica,down and dirty. Be warned a head of time. There is a lot of history between the member of this group. Eli's dad took each one under his wing and helped them get to be where they are now and Eli became their leader and is very protective of them all. All the mechanics are introduced in this book but the main focus is Alanso and Eli and a little of Sally. I think this series is a going to be a slow burn that gets hotter and hotter as you read! 4 out of 5 stars for King Cobra by Jayne Rylon.
Find out more about this book and the Hot Rods series as well as other Jayne Rylon work on her website here. www.jaynerylon.com