Drive Shaft by Geoffrey Knight #LGBT #Review #Different Publishers #MM #BDSM

Wendy reviews Drive Shaft by Geoffrey Knight Published by Wilde City Press December 18,2014 74 pages

Drive Shaft by Geoffrey Knight coverJensen Rivers wasn’t looking for trouble. As the new kid on the block at Clyde’s Body Shop, all Jensen wanted was a job, a place where he could put his head down and ass up. Young and handsome, he was the kind of simple, honest guy who was happiest when he was working hard, with oil smeared across his chest and grease up to his elbows.

But Dean ‘Hutch’ Hutchinson plans on getting more than just Jensen’s hands dirty! Reckless and arrogant, drenched in sweat and dripping with a masculinity that cannot be tamed, Hutch challenges Jensen to a series of perilous night races. The prize: sexual domination!

Night after night, wheels burn, passions flare and the no-holds-barred lust between two testosterone-fuelled daredevils ignites. But losing a race is one thing. Losing your heart is something altogether more dangerous.

Will Jensen risk everything to find the love trapped behind Hutch’s fearless façade? Will Hutch bury the secret tragedy of his past before he throws away his last chance at a future?

Review

Kickstart your need for speed, fire up your lust for life and buckle up for hottest thrill-ride of the year—Drive Shaft.
This was Different Publisher’s week and I was lucky to have this story just sort of happen into my lap. Published by Wilde City Press, it was a surprise and a treat.
This short story really packed a whollop. Almost from the start you can feel the sexual tension between Hutch and Jensen. It doesn’t take long before there is an added element of recklessness thrown into the mix as well.
Jensen, a young blond Texan has moved away from his abusive stepfather. He and his fast, sexy motorcycle have a new position at a family members garage. He is quick to smile, competent and has manners. He also has an instant attraction for Hutch, the other mechanic working at the garage. The young man also has some hidden depths and kinks.
Hutch is dark and brooding and angry. He has a hot rod Dodge Viper and a large dose of an “I don’t give a F*%#” attitude as he tries his best to cheat death with his adrenalin junkie escapades. Hutch has secrets that he keeps hidden. He seems to have no manners but is obviously well thought of by the owner of the garage.  Jensen and Hutch test each-others meddle after work the very first day with a race that turns into the best out of three and super-hot sex with the winner taking charge.
There is plenty of angst and some really good races that had me sitting on the edge of my seat. There are also some very sweet scenes as well as some  BDSM. This story course being short, has a ton of background and present information packed into it, but it’s done very well. The characters are well written and believable. I enjoyed this book very much and can’t wait to read the next in the series.

I rate this book a 9/10Pot Of Gold 9

Where to buy:

https://www.amazon.com/Drive-Shaft-Geoffrey-Knight-ebook/dp/B00R6ZWT60?ie=UTF8&keywords=drive%20shaft%20by%20geoffrey%20knight&qid=1464645095&ref_=sr_1_2&s=books&sr=1-2

https://www.allromanceebooks.com/product-driveshaft-1733826-153.html

https://store.kobobooks.com/en-us/ebook/drive-shaft

AuthorBio

Biography

From palace-hopping across the Rajasthan Desert to sleeping in train stations in Bulgaria, from spinning prayer-wheels in Kathmandu to exploring the skull-gated graveyards of the indigenous Balinese tribes, Geoffrey Knight has been a traveller ever since he could scrape together enough money to buy a plane ticket. Born in Melbourne but raised and educated in countless cities and towns across Australia, Geoffrey was a nomadic boy who grew into a nomadic gay writer. When he’s not travelling the world, Geoffrey is travelling the world of his imagination–where the adventures, thrills and romance are limitless.

He currently owns his own advertising and design agency which he runs from his island home on the Great Barrier Reef, and can’t wait to buy his next plane ticket–whether it’s real or imaginary.

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