The Billionaire Biker by Jackie Ashenden Series: The Billionaire's Club #3
Genres: Adult, Contemporary Romance
Published by St. Martin's Griffin
on April 15, 2014
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The Billionaire’s Club: a fabulously sexy contemporary series about some of the world’s wealthiest, most powerful men and the women they claim…and keep.
Wild and reckless, and more at ease with his biker gang than his business partners, Sean Morrow has always longed for Abigail Prescott, whose life he ruined when an innocent friendship turned into a night of red-hot passion back when they were in high school. Now that his brother, Jax, has decided to hire Abby to work for the Morrows, Sean can no longer ignore his old demons—or his desire.
It took Abby time to get over Sean Morrow…and then he walked back into her life. And even though she can’t forget the pain, she can’t stop fantasizing about their one erotic encounter…and she still craves his touch. What she feels for Sean is deeper than need. It’s pure, blind lust—and the feeling is mutual…
The Billionaire Biker drew me in with the drama filled premise of Sean being this retired motorcycle club enforcer going back to his family’s company after being away for five years. Yes that was what defiantly had me interested, especially when he’s confronted with his ex friend turned lover who’s working for his brothers company. There was such an intense history between Sean and Abby, when it was fully explained I felt for both of them and the pain that Sean dealt with now and what Abby had to deal with back then.
Even with their issues the sexual tension between them flared up and it didn’t take long to blaze out of control which I liked. I was happy that Abby put on her big girl panties, set aside all of her issues and went for what she wanted, physical satisfaction from Sean. It was battle for Sean to look over his issues within himself but still passion won out and in the end created some pretty hot scenes which I wanted so much more of. Their relationship was sizzling with sexual intimacy and complexity with all of the pain and insecurities that was brought on with their family issues.
Overall The Billionaire Biker by Jackie Ashenden turned out to be a tasty read for me which I liked. I liked the whole drama filled premise and the chemistry and connection between Abby and Sean was sizzling hot. I would have loved for things to have be even more drawn out and there was many complex elements there that could have been explored. In the end that story was good and I liked it.