Wreck Me Forever (Polished P & P, #1) by Lila Rose
Lucas Storey’s life is all about college, studying, and finishing his medical degree. That’s until he moves in with his older brother and meets his motorcycle club friends. Only, new people make Lucas nervous, almost to the extent of peeing himself, but he soon realizes they’re great people and will accept him as he is.
Now, if only he can stop thinking of a certain grumpy biker, things will be good.
Never before has Wade “Wreck” Williams noticed the same sex, or at least not until Lucas crashes into their lives. And notice Lucas he does. But that’s not all. He wants to get to know the man, and he kind of likes looking at Lucas too. None of it makes sense, and Wreck will fight it for that reason alone.
When Lucas thinks he can go out with a someone who’s not Wreck—and jealously rears its ugly head to a point Wreck just has to step in—it’s clear that he may just be wrecked forever.
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
I always enjoy when an author goes off in a different direction, steps outside of her comfort zone, takes her work to a new level. This author has written about MC guys, and hot firefighters, but has kept it mostly to macho alpha heroes. In this story, her main character is totally different, and it takes her writing to a whole different level!
Lucas and Wade are not what I expected. At all! Honestly, I’m not sure why I had any pre-conceived notions about this book, because the author constantly surprises me, and takes her stories in a direction I wasn’t expecting! But Lucas is just a guy, going to school, minding his business, doing his thing, living his best life. Until he meets his brother’s MC buddies, and one of them sticks in his mind, and just will not let go. But he’s hiding part of who he is, and isn’t sure how they will accept it. So he’s hesitant to open up.
This book is all about acceptance, family, love, growing up, and making life what you want. It’s about saying that you don’t care what anyone else thinks, and going after what makes you happy. It’s a very sweet, inspiring story, that left me with a happy smile! Definitely a fabulous read, and one that anyone who enjoys this author should pick up and get started on!