Monday, August 20, 2018

3.5 stars-- Accidentally in Love with the Biker by Teri Anne Stanley

Accidentally in Love with the Biker was a cute read. The cover is totally what pulled me in and it suited them perfectly.
The Gist: A romance book con and a writer in need of a date. A charming biker she met during a car accident agreeing to be her fake boyfriend during the book con? Score!
They were cute. Quinn was an awesome hero. He's a bike mechanic and artist who gave up a posh life to go after his dream job. He's a good guy. Easy going, good natured, sexy. Kellie drove me a little crazy with her defeatist attitude about her writing but overall she as a nice heroine, too. She's trying to figure things out between her failing bookstore and floundering writing career and just needing a break from it all.

I did enjoy them and their time together during the book con. They suited and had a good time which both desperately needed. A little friend drama, some work drama, some family drama made for a good bit of background noise as they got to know each other and found support with one another to deal with it all.

My only issue was some of the actions at the book con that were just brushed off or made light of when had roles been reversed and  men acting the same way as this group of women it wouldn't have been tolerated. Eh. I don't love a double standard.

Overall, though, Accidentally In Love With A Biker was a cute read. Not terribly memorable or unique but a good time spent if you have an afternoon free.


And a quote because it made me laugh...
“Quinn, my lady parts are feeling neglected,” she finally gasped. “Please, can we—”

He laughed against her breast and raised his head, quirking a brow. “Your lady parts?”

She shoved at his shoulder, affronted. “You know what I mean. Please—” He ran a hand along the divide between her legs from her knees upward, stopping just short of touching her there.

“You mean your garden of delights?” He kissed her. “Your love shack?”

“Quinn…” She parted her legs, in no mood for teasing, about to die of arousal.

“Your lotus of love?” She laughed, and he finally touched her, slipping his fingers against her folds, easing the throbbing by creating a new tension. “I got that from Her Shanghai Prince. Do you prefer purple passion petals?” he murmured against her lips, tracing his fingers around her, soothing and arousing at the same time.

“Purple?” she breathed. “That sounds dangerous.”

“I read that in Love’s Greatest Heartache.” He tilted his head at the nightstand, where a pile of classic historical romances had landed. He left her mouth and kissed down the center of her chest.

“You read a lot of romance?”

“Research,” he said. “I took a couple home with me this morning.” Then he tongued her stomach, trailing over her belly button, dropping kisses until he was poised between her legs. “There’s purple, pink, rose, dusky rose, flushed red…”

“Quinn…” Kellie could barely breathe, he was so hot and large, holding her thighs apart and staring down at her body.

“But you? You’re definitely hot pink,” he confirmed, grinning up at her. “And your pleasure bud is calling my name.”

“Quinnnnn…” She thrashed under his weight, while he kept her legs apart.

“I got you, babe.” And he did.

Aspiring writer Kellie Dalton needs a man, and fast. When she’s rear-ended by a sexy-as-sin biker on the way to a Vegas romance readers convention, she sees her chance. If he’ll pose as her fake boyfriend long enough to impress a bestselling author, Kellie has a shot at saving the bookstore for underprivileged kids she runs back home.

Quinn Anderson doesn’t know what to make of the cute little writer who stirs his heart and his libido, but he does know he wants to get better acquainted. And if that means keeping up their sexy ruse all week, he’s game.

Quinn knows a girl like Kellie deserves someone with a secure future to help with her store, not a guy struggling to turn a profit on his chopper shop. But if his motorcycle designs win the big Vegas competition, he’ll have enough prize money to fund his dreams…and hers.

Amazon | Goodreads | Stanley on HCBS


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