Top 3: That's Not OK Heroes

Tuesday, November 1

My three That's Not OK heroes are dominating alphas that cross the invisible line into the super uncomfortable, and totally underage, zone. Like, in real life, you would press charges on their asses... but we won't, because fictional and sexy. All these stories are 4 and 5 star reads for me, by authors I love, and with a storyline that keeps me going back for more.

When it comes to your heroes, if you prefer the dirty dirty with a bit of a twist - these guys are for you.

Ladies & Gentlemen, I give you my not-at-all-acceptable beasts...

Deuce West
Undeniable (Undeniable #1) by Madeline Sheehan



What line does he cross? She's the teenaged daughter of a MC prez. He's an up and comer in a rival club. He watches her grow up, and then corners her in a stairwell. It all goes downhill from there.
Are you sure it's ok? Not at all. It's just plain wrong, but this story is a top rated hit on GR, Amazon, B&N, Kobo and my local Whitcoulls. It also contains abuse, cheating (yes, between the main characters) and my favourite part - Deuce getting shot. A cult classic, and I'm featuring it just for that. Everyone reads Undeniable at some point. Sort of like Lolita.


Felix 'Mercy' Lécuyer
Fearless (Dartmoor #1) by Lauren Gilley
 


What line does he cross? He is her bodyguard, godfather, and protector. Then, he's her lover. And boy, does he pay for it.
Are you sure it's ok? It's weird. It's not right. But I'd still class it as a romance because Mercy is the bomb. He was protective, he loved her, and the story was so good it more than made up for Mercy being a cradle snatcher. Like, in a fictional world. I mean, in the real world he'd be in jail.

Grizz
Nine Minutes (Nine Minutes #1) by Beth Flynn


What line does he cross? I'm not gonna lie - it's fucked up. He kidnaps a minor, keeps her at a biker compound, and it's not even accidental. If nothing else, read the prologue...
Are you sure it's ok?Again - no. But, her parents weren't much better, the prologue is to die for, and the story is one of very few that had me reading the series in order and all the way to the end.

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