Nicky by Lynn Burke

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Fallen Gliders MC, 1

Dominic “Nicky” Landon has been a Sergeant-at-Arms for the Fallen Gliders for thirty years. When he finds out his only sister overdoses on drugs dealt by his brothers, he hands in his colors and severs ties to the club and vicious lifestyle forever.

Mel Hughson owns the only bar in hicksville, no-mans-land, New Hampshire. She’s content with her single life, but the cold, spring night Nicky Landon’s Harley rolls into town ignites her desire. The fact he’s got at least twenty years on her doesn’t mean jack to Mel. He’s hot, he’s dangerous, and whether he knows it or not, he belongs to her.

Can Mel tempt Nicky to ignore their age gap and surrender to her, or will the secrets from his perilous past rise up to destroy everything?

Be Warned: sex toys, spanking, anal sex



We knocked the liquor back, and our gazes met as we set the glasses on the bar.


“How old are you?” Nicky asked, his attention snagging on my lips.




He scrubbed a hand over the beard lining his jaw while looking away. “So damn young.”


“Not too young.” Gauntlet thrown, I waited for his attention to return to my face. Eyes full of lust, a leashed animal that ought to scare the shit out of me but didn’t.


“I’m no good.”


I cocked my head and slid my gaze down over him, not missing the hard length straining against his leathers. “Look pretty damn good to me.”


His low groan rushed need through me again, and I knew I’d leave a wet spot on the stool once I got up.


“You’re messing with fire, little girl.”


Heat flushed through me. “I enjoy flames now and then.” My breath caught at the hunger on his face, parting my lips.


“Fuck it.” He grasped my chin in his warm palm. “I’ll give you what you want, little girl, but don’t go crying to your mommy in the morning because a big bad wolf left his mark on you.”


Oh, God. I swallowed and squeezed my thighs together. Older men were so the shit.


He captured my lips, but without the brute force I’d expected. Hunger, yes, but the full softness of his lips pressed against mine, taking and tasting, his tongue probing, whiskers brushing my skin. I parted my lips and moaned as he sank his tongue into my mouth, fucking every hidden corner, filling me with the taste of whiskey and pure male. My skin pebbled, pulse thrummed.


“Goddamn.” Nicky stood and yanked me off the stool. Virile, pure hardness and muscle beneath the leather hiding his skin from my grasping hands. His fingers fisted in my long hair, tangling and yanking my head to the side, the other grabbing my ass and hauling me against his huge cock.


He crouched down slightly and pulled me up. My legs wrapped around him as though having a mind of their own—even though I had been thinking about getting him between my legs all night long.


His beard brushed along my neck as he breathed me in and licked from my collarbone to my ear. “You smell like a fucking spring day. Innocent.”


“I’m h-hardly an innocent,” I gasped as he bit my earlobe and ground his cock against my sopping jeans.


“Thank God, because I want to be balls deep inside of you. Now.”


He thrust, and I moaned, my fingers grasping at his t-shirt.


“Tell me to stop,” he whispered harshly in my ear.


“No way in hell.”


With a growl, he squeezed my ass to the point of pain. “I haven’t wanted a woman like this in a long fucking time.”


“So take what you want.”


“Goddamn.” He rested his forehead on mine. “Right here?”


I slithered a hand between us to grasp the hardness inside his leathers. “Right now.”


“Fuck.” Like my five-foot-six frame and thirty extra pounds meant nothing, he spun me around. “Hands on the bar.”


I did as told, bending at the waist and putting my ass on display with a little wiggle.


“Don’t move,” he said while peeling off his leather jacket.


My legs trembled, and I turned my head to watch as he moved to the front door and flicked off the lights.


The streetlight half a block away barely cut through the storm, but the flash of lightning lit Nicky up as he stalked back toward me, shedding his t-shirt.


Broad shoulders … another flash filled my eyes with tanned skin stretched tight over massive pecs and abs a twenty-year-old guy would kill for.


I licked my lips, hoping for another flash of light, but Nicky palmed my waist and leaned over my back, his cock pressed against my ass, the heat of his skin searing me through my shirt.


My eyelids fluttered shut as he wrapped his fingers around my hair again and tilted my head back.


“Last chance, Mel.” His rumbling voice and hot breath against my ear brought a moan past my lips.


“Take me,” I managed to whisper and licked my dry lips. “Please.”


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Written by Luna on 4th Mar 2019

Nicky’s sister is dead. Dead by an overdose of the drugs his club peddled. Could he forgive himself and save his niece? Nicky is first in Lynn Burke’s Fallen Gliders, MC series. I will say Nicky isn’t quite what I expected but I liked it and him. Nicky is at a crossroads and determined to reconnect with his niece. He never expected to find Mel. I thoroughly enjoyed Mel. She made no bones about her attraction and desire for a more mature man. I loved that Ms. Burke allowed us to see that real desire for the bad boy that is Nicky. I also loved that Ms. Burke allowed us to see Nicky’s struggle. He has lost so much, will he recognize what he has gained in Mel. I enjoyed seeing the chemistry between Mel and Nicky. It felt real and believable. Mel genuinely enjoyed Nicky both in and out of bed. I love that Ms. Burke allowed the chemistry to grow into a relationship. Mel and Nicky fit in spite of their age difference. I thoroughly enjoyed this quick read and look forward to seeing more of this world Ms. Burke is creating.

I loved this book
Written by Cindy_D on 7th May 2018

I loved this book. Mel is great, very confident and aware of what she wants, and makes no excuses for it. Nicky is slightly broken, haven been disenchanted with the life he has known for decades, and his growth/change over the course of the story is nice.