I like to look at the search terms that lead people to Fiction Vixen. Most search terms make sense, a few make me laugh and occasionally one will make my eyes bulge out and slam the laptop lid shut. Here are a couple of search terms from yesterday:
“lesbian horse riding stories”
One might wonder why Google would point a hapless internet searcher in search of lesbian horses to Fiction Vixen. I’m pretty sure we’ve never reviewed a lesbian horse riding story. Not that we have anything against lesbian horses of course. Lesbian horses are ok with us. But if you’re interested in “lesbian horse riding stories“, we’ll fix you up.
“funny phallic pictures”
I swear, we have no funny phallic pictures here. Okay, maybe we do. But they’re mine, you can’t have them.
“i dont understand the end of fifty shades freed”
This is one of the most common search terms that lead people to Fiction Vixen. I didn’t read this book. Why don’t people understand it? What’s so confusing?
Recently, this search term caught my eye:
“sons of anarchy erotic fiction”
WHAT? When I saw this, I frantically searched Fiction Vixen for SOA erotic fiction and found nothing. NOTHING!! This will not do!! I want “sons of anarchy erotic fiction” and I want it now!!
Here’s where you come in
I need some biker romance! The only book I’ve read (that I can think of) where the hero is a biker is Dream Man by Kristen Ashley. I enjoyed Kane “Tack” Allen…err I mean I enjoyed reading this book. I might have cringed a time or two but that happens with most of the Kristen Ashley books I read…still, I read on.
The first book cover that comes to mind is this one. Amy will be reviewing this book soon here at Fiction Vixen. I can’t wait!
Have you read any biker romances? Tell me your favorites. They don’t have to be erotic, just with a biker theme, preferably where at least one of the protagonists are bikers.
UPDATED with reader recommendations:
- Jaci Burton has a 5 book series about bikers. The Wild Riders. Dirty, dirty ex-criminal bikers
- Cade by Liliana Hart, hero rides a bike, but not the central theme