You won’t let anybody else have you, Joseph. I won’t let anybody else have you. I want you all to myself.” – Gage Mason
We’ve all had our experience with him. The Bad Boy. The one we’ve been warned about. The one with rips in his jeans and a lazy, devil may care smile on his mouth. The one who makes you do bad things that feel so good.
For me it was Gage Mason. We met when he worked on my Ducati. I knew immediately he was trouble, but something about that Bad Boy drew me in. Maybe it’s his dark eyes that study me like he wants to know everything about me. Maybe it’s the way he makes me feel; the rough touch of his hands, his possessive grip on my hair when we kiss, the way he feels deep inside me. Or maybe it’s the way he needs me, even though he won’t admit it.
For once in my life I’m taking a risk. Despite everything that tells me I shouldn’t, I’m taking a chance to be with Gage. I don’t know if it will end well, but I do know I can’t resist that Bad Boy.
Ok let me start by saying that for the first half of the book I did have a slight hate relationship with Gage, he was just so very manipulative. He is such a dominant guy too and that usually ticks all the boxes for me but not this time, Gage was such a hard character to like.
Also for the first time ever in the history in me reading a book i did think, there’s way too much sex. It did get a bit blah blah after a while.
But as you get further into the second half of the book Gage became a much misunderstood character and i started to like him. He has got some anger issues, but the fact that he’s willing to sort through them for Joseph, really warmed me to Gage.
Joseph is a reserved guy with a big attraction for the bad boy sex appeal of Gage. I liked Joseph’s character he was a instant likable guy.
I got totally sucked into the drama of this book and found it a great read, a good bit of escapism.