The Hot Rods are a unique band of misfits brought together by unfortunate childhoods. Their bond is tight and each of them has something beautiful to offer the other. ~ Ava, Guilty Pleasures
Two men will give her the ride of her life.
Salome “Sally” Rider is flooring the gas pedal of her pink ’69 Mustang, desperate to outrun the memory of two of her fellow mechanics getting busy with some bar skank on the hood of a classic car. On her custom paint job.
For years her emotions have withered while her lost boys, her Hot Rods, have grown closer than brothers. Maybe some downtime with the Powertools sexperts will help her figure out why Eli and Alanso went looking for some stranger when Sally was waiting right at the ends of their grease-smudged noses.
Sally is dead wrong about what she thought she saw, and Eli “King Cobra” London and the rest of the thoroughly rattled Hot Rods are determined to prove it. They’ll show her in the sexiest possible way that she’s not merely an interchangeable part in their well-oiled machine.
Yet just as Eli gets up the nerve to make a very indecent proposal, a ghost rises from her painful past. Threatening to slam the brakes on their future before they can get it in gear.
A sexy car wash complete with lots of studs may not be enough to clean up the pages filled with massive ménage scenes starring extra-dirty mechanics.
Review copy provided for an honest review
Jayon Rylon is master at polyamorous romance. Mustang Sally is everything I hoped it would be. After reading King Cobra, I was so frustrated I had to wait for Salome to play with her Hot Rods. I mean, salivating. This was totally worth the wait!!
First off, if you haven’t read King Cobra, GET IT. I believe these stories will be best read in order. At the end of the first book we’re left with unresolved emotions for both Sally, as well as Eli and Alanso. The guys have finally established their feelings for each other, but they’re still missing an integral part of their future HEA.
Sally stumbled on to something that truly broke her heart, and Eli and Alanso have some serious groveling to do. She’s run away from the pain and stewing with the PowerTools. Once she returns to her garage and boys, she’s got to face her own demons. Knowing that she wants her bond with Hot Rods to be a permanent commitment, she’s working to clean up her past so she can enjoy her future with the men she holds dear.
Mustang Sally is a steamy read full of emotion and some wonderful characters. I loved how Salome wanted to solve her own problems, and her strength to strike out on her own. Eli and Alanso understand her need to shower all the boys with affection, and want to give her that freedom to be affectionate with them all. The Hot Rods are a unique band of misfits brought together by unfortunate childhoods. Their bond is tight and each of them has something beautiful to offer the other. I can’t wait to meet the rest of the crew in more detail.