Saturday, December 27, 2014

Barracuda's Heart (Hot Rods #6) by Jayne Rylon

Roman knows he’s been an asshole. But the toughest of all the Hot Rods has been through hell. Carver has always sensed when Roman’s on the verge of falling into the pit of his inner darkness, and pulled him back with his endless laughter.

The two guys have messed around with women plenty, but never anyone serious. Until the gang of mechanics started exploring the complex relationship that Roman realizes right away they’d been destined for. Part of him is pissed. He might get what he’s always secretly wanted—Carver, submitting to him in a kinky BDSM relationship—but it might not be exactly like he had fantasized about. Sharing isn’t his strong suit.

After months of struggling with their new reality, he finally breaks down and confesses to one of the visiting members of The Crew who helps him understand that everything is fair in love. Even playing for keeps.

Now all Roman has to do is convince Carver that he’s man enough to replace a whole host of lovers. And maybe be willing to make some compromises. Because after all, he enjoys watching and bonding with the rest of the Hot Rods too. Together they find their own way of loving and living within the group, which accepts them unconditionally. And always will, no matter how they decide their relationship works best.

My review:
Barracuda's Heart is the sixth in the Hot Rods series by Jayne Rylon.  The Hot Rods are a spinoff of the kinky Powertools series.  Jayne Rylons kinky men and women will have you cocking your head side to side saying can they really do that?  The author informs me that if it is in her books it can be done. 
Barracuda's Heart is not the kinkiest entry into this series but it may be the one to bring you to tears.  I know I welled up.  At the end of Swinger Style (Hot Rods #5) we are left waiting to see if Roman survives his overdose.  Barracuda's Heart starts right where Swinger Style left off so you might want to read it first.  This is a case of friends to lovers to more with a lack of communication thrown in for good measure.  Like any Jayne Rylon book there is a great deal of hot lovin’ surrounded by a terrific story. Carver (Meep) and Roman(‘Cuda)s story is hot and sweet and will make you laugh, cry and sigh.  My only problem with this series continues to be the way she switches back and forth between nicknames and real names.  The cast of characters is large enough without doubling it.   

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1 comment:

Mary Kirkland said...

Sounds like a great book and I do like a little kinky in my reads.