Touche by A.J. Llewellyn & D.J. Manly

Touche - A.J. Llewellyn, D.J. Manly

3 - 3 1/2 Hearts

Review written for MM Good Book Reviews


Orgasmic Texas Dawn 10


This story is part of a series and must be read in order. Marco and Sam are still struggling with their feelings for each other, being on opposite sides of the law doesn't help in the least but staying away from each other is something neither man can do. Marco is still struggling with his injury from the ambush and is becoming dependent on pain meds, Sam finds himself under the thumb of an unscrupulous U.S. Marshal who will sacrifice anything to shut down the Howards and both Sam and Marco find themselves in danger when someone from Sam's gang decides they want Sam gone. 
This is a great addition to the Orgasmic Texas Dawn series but we don't get to see Jubilee or Kieran :-(. We are now on our third couple in the series after seeing two other sets of U.S. Marshals find their happy relationships but this is the most difficult relationship yet. Sam is the leader of a biker gang who is unhappy with his lot, Marco is the one that got away and is making a life for himself as a U.S. Marshal, their attraction and feelings for each other make their positions hard and Sam finds himself working for the Marshal's to bring down a cartel. 
We see Sam and Marco admit their feelings for each other but they still can't really be together. Sam has little choice in his actions but tries to make them work for him and Marco has to fight his jealousy, his need for Sam and his constant pain to carry on with his job. Marco finds himself in danger with Sam riding to the rescue and Sam discovers he is tied to a mysterious man who is more involved in the cartels than the US Marshals realize. With investigations and undercover ops their way of life, for the US Marshals hospital visits are to be expected but two of them end up in hospital for unexpected reasons. 
Now while I have loved reading the Orgasmic Texas Dawn series I found this one to be less exciting than the others, there was less separate investigations and it was more focused on the Howard's and the cartel. We do see a little diversion with Sam's gang but that was really about it other than the baby nearer to the end of the story, but, I suppose I have just been spoilt with the interesting array of investigations in the past. The story flows smoothly and Marco and Sam are still mega hot, their sex life is still smoking and their imaginations are descriptive and hot. 
I recommend this to those who love U.S. Marshals, hot bikers, great investigations, excitement and action, danger and rescues and an ending that gives us hope for the future.