I'll read anything that Sam Crescent writes but the Trojans MC is a particular favorite of mine. As book seven in this series Easy more than lived up to my expectations. I couldn't put this scorching hot page turner down until the end.
This story was sexy and suspenseful and the Trojan characters were super amazing. Brass and Eliza were the featured couple. These two spent a good portion of the story being torn about their feelings. Insecurity and fear kept undermining their relationship. Eliza was feisty enough to be a Trojan woman but she also wanted to protect Brass and the others. Brass was a possessive, bad ass biker with a sweet, romantic side. I really liked him. As usual, there was a lot of layers to this biker romance. Sam Crescent threw in plenty of drama and emotional situations and there was some loss that upset this reader. As it was the bad guys found out not to mess with the Trojans and I loved my happy ending.
Easy is an all-around great Sam Crescent book. I loved it!
From the moment that Brass saw Eliza, he knew he was going to have her. But having her isn’t the problem. Keeping her is. Eliza always looks so skittish, as if she is waiting for something bad to happen. When she finally tells him the truth about her father’s control over her life, Brass knows he will do everything in his power to protect her—even take on her father.
Eliza is used to men being bought off. No one wants to stay with the fat girl, and they would certainly rather have a big wad of fat money than have her. All she has ever wanted is a guy to love her, desire her, want her. Could that man be Brass?
The Trojans are going through a trying time, and with it, they don’t have the need for another old lady who could leave them. Brass not only has to prove to the club that Eliza is the one, he must prove it to the woman he loves. When her father finally comes to town intent on destroying everything connected to Eliza, can the Trojans band together to fight an unusual enemy, one with both power and money?
Be Warned: anal sex, sex toys, public exhibition