Book Description :
From the best-selling team behind Orgasmic Texas Dawn, Mirrors, Black Point, and Blood Eclipse, comes Rough Riders: Book One. Diego and Colby come from rival Louisiana motorbike gangs. In their world, being gay is a death sentence. Can they be together?
Diego Champagne, Sergeant in Arms for the Louisiana Banni motorcycle gang, has grown up tough--half French, half Creole, and all male. Diego loves men but keeps his sex life on the down low… until he meets Colby Young, that is.
Colby carries his own baggage. He has his own reasons for not believing in love--reasons he doesn't share--and he sure as the devil doesn't like it when he is forced to accept protection from the Banni.
When Diego intervenes in a bar brawl during a motorbike rally and saves Colby and his best friend, Spider McGraw, leader of a rival gang, Death Proof, it begins to look as if Colby and Diego are going to be joined at the hip. Somebody puts a hit out on Colby, and Spider's up to his neck in mayhem. When the Banni offer their protection to advance their own game, Colby begins to wonder if love is like artificial moonlight, seductive yet false, or is it something to risk everything for, maybe even his life?
I loved the Orgasmic Texas Dawns so I couldn't wait to read another series by AJ Llewellyn and Dj Manly. Diego is my favorite character so far and a close second is Colby or maybe they're even... I loved them either way. They each have mysterious backgrounds and secrets galore and felt this was a good start to this series. Diego is a tough mother and so freakin sexy and when he and Colby get together totally freakin hot, very sexy. But Colby only sleeps with guys once or that's what he's allowing Diego to think. I thought the story was intriguing and introduced some great characters, I just felt the Death Proof guys were a little too wimpy or not tough at all, they seemed almost push overs. I thought it somewhat not a MC club but they got a lot going on that's for sure. I felt for Colby and his family and hope soon he gets some closure. Very interesting story can't wait to read more of this series. 4 stars