Linc has two very important things on his mind—professional football and his motorcycle club.
What he does not have on his mind is the woman that drives him crazy and makes him want to do stupid things, like throw caution to the wind.
Nope, not Linc.
At least, that’s the lie he tells everyone.
In reality, every time Conleigh’s name is mentioned, he squirms.
She’s everything that he wants, wrapped up in a cute little package that is stamped ‘hands freakin’ off.’
She’s four years younger than him, in school to be a doctor, and thinks football is stupid.
Even more, Linc and Conleigh get along like oil and water.
There’s not a single second that they’re in each other’s presence that they’re not at each other’s throats.
But all it takes is hearing that she’s in trouble for Linc to drop every single thing—football and MC duties alike—and head to her side.
A side that he’ll remain at until they either kill each other, or finally give into the heat between them.
Either way you look at it, he’s well and truly screwed.
Talkin’ Trash is the second book in the Bear Bottom MC series and while I really enjoyed it overall, I wasn’t in love with it like I had hoped to be. Now with that being said don’t start thinking I didn’t like Conleigh and Linc’s story because I did, a lot in fact, but I had some issues with Conleigh and that is what kept me from fully loving Talkin’ Trash.
I guess I should just get right out and say why I had issues with Conleigh. Yes, she is still young but she acted immature at times, more immature than someone who is going for their nurse practitioner degree. She is smart but sometimes her actions don’t show that she is. There is this one part of the book that before what is revealed happened you knew there was more there, she really had me hating her then for a while. I wanted her to be more mature, especially with how her character had been perceived in the past, but then again this could be an it’s me problem.
Okay so on to what I did like about the book. I loved Linc, I loved that the more we find out about him and what he has been up to the more I fell in love with his character. I honestly didn’t think he would be the way he was but that was a pleasant surprise for sure. I wish we could have seen more of his interactions with other members of his MC I loved what we did get.
While this one may not be my favorite, I still really liked it and I can’t wait to read more about the members of the Bear Bottom MC in future books. Although we may need a flow chart because with all the series in a sense interconnecting with others it could get confusing to those who may not have read all of Lani Lynn Vale’s books.