Rock has watched Adele Sparks for some time now. She’s a cleaner, and there’s not one thing he doesn’t know about her. Anyone who comes to his clubhouse, he has checked out, and she’s squeaky clean. Adele’s not like any woman he’s ever known. She doesn’t try to flirt with him, nor does she judge the club. He wants the curvy cleaner, and he’s going to have her.
Adele likes Rock, the impressive Prez of the MC that she works for. She’s overheard the women talking about him and what he can do in the bedroom, but she doesn’t believe it. After all, she’s been married before, and the only orgasms she’s experienced were at her own hand.
Then Rock tells her what he wants. He wants her naked. He wants her thighs wrapped around his waist as he takes her hard. Pleasure like she has never known is within reach.
But can she keep her heart in check? After all, there’s no way a man like Rock will want forever—or will he?
May be spoilers:
The Biker’s Desire is part of the Curvy Women Wanted series. Each is a standalone. Has 7 chapters with an epilogue and is about Rock and Adele.
Rock is president of his MC and he’s wanted Adele since she started cleaning the clubhouse.
Adele has been celibate for 5 years and Rock hasn’t been with anyone for a while.
Thankfully, we don’t have to wait long for him to make his feelings clear and claim her.
Lots of steaminess, which was really hot.
There was just a blip of ow, but it was over quickly and it didn’t mess with their relationship.
I thought it was a great read. Short and steamy. I loved it. No pushing away.
No cheating, ow-just a club girl that he was with a couple of times before meeting Adele-over quickly, no om drama, no separations.
Epilogue is a year out. They are happily married with a son.
I gave it 🌟🌟🌟🌟 . Thanks for reading.
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