The Holeshot Holeshot Series Book 1
by Lynn Michaels Genre: M/M Sports Romance
In the world of Supercross, taking the holeshot means one racer leaps ahead of the crowd and into first, leaving the rest of the pack behind. If Supercross racer Davey McAllister knows anything, it's how to take the holeshot. When the hot rising star mechanic, Tyler Whitmore, shows up in his bed, Davey does just that. But, dating a competitor's mechanic threatens to blow his ride if anyone finds out. With the fear of losing his sponsors, he has to keep his love life completely under cover, but Davey is in deep and wants to tell the world how much he loves Tyler.
Tyler Whitmore wants to be out of the closet, but dating the competition is a death sentence for his career. Overprotective of Davey's reputation and his own dreams, Tyler refuses to commit to his lover and is afraid of falling hard. Will they ever be able to find their way through the Premiere racing league pitfalls and acknowledge their love?
Davey dropped his bags just inside the front door. Back at The Ranch again. He wished Tyler would have come home with him. The oversized house loomed around him, too big and lonely. As much as he loved it and as much as it reminded him of good times with his father, it was also a vast isolated shell.
He crossed the foyer into the great room. His blue and red 250 bike that he won the championship on waited for him mounted next to the massive fireplace. He trailed his hand across the black and red seat. Next to his bike, gray and white stones stretched from the hearth up the massive wall, all the way to the ceiling. He imagined Tyler lying on a blanket in front of the fire, skin glistening with sweat, fine ass pushed up in the air, waiting for him. His cock sprang to attention immediately. He pulled out his phone and texted his lover. I miss U so much!Call when U get home.
Holeshot Series Book 2
In the world of Supercross, taking the holeshot means one racer leaps ahead of the crowd and into first, leaving the rest of the pack behind. Supercross racer, Tate Jordan, wants to take his holeshot on and off the track, but no one else seems to cooperate. His love life is in turmoil and his sponsors don’t expect him to win. Will Tate find someone new to love and a team that believes in him?
Pilot Mahan is a bodyguard and a street fighter looking to build a future, but his plans get derailed when a Supercross racer catches his eye. Can he make a go at a life with Tate Jordan, on the road?
Bryce Nickel is new to Supercross and adulthood. He’s young and fun, but super serious about what he wants. And what he wants is to win races and Tate Jordan. Will he be able to take his holeshot or will the big Apex bodyguard get in the way? Or perhaps, the three can make a compromise?
A super sexy MMM romance set in the Supercross industry – 18+ please
“What the hell’s this?” Pilot growled.
“Ha. A bike, you know what a bike is? Right, Pilot?”
“Okay, sass-mouth, who is the extra bike for? You don’t think I’m getting on that death-stick?”
Tate pushed the bike over to him. “Yes. You’re getting on this fine machine.” He added with a whisper, “Don’t talk about her that way. She might be touchy.”
Pilot shook his head, but grabbed the handle bars of the bike. “You’re crazy. You know that?”
“Ha! You love me, anyway.”
Holeshot Christmas Holeshot Series Novella
Christmas isn’t all race tracks and dirt bikes for Davey and Tyler, especially when they don’t see things about each other in quite the same way.
A short Holeshot novella
This story officially takes place after the events of Holeshot 2; however, it can be read as a stand alone novella.
Davey opened his eyes, and those blue orbs stared right into Tyler’s soul. For a few heavy beats of his heart, Davey didn’t say anything, just looked. Maybe he could see right to the core of Tyler, and if he could, Tyler hoped he’d see all the love Tyler had for him.
Holeshot Series Book 3
Apex Racing is expanding and absorbing Pilot and his lovers. Everyone is happy with it…except Johnny. He's feeling constantly left out and more alone than ever before. It's time to seek out his own win, and find his holeshot even if its off the track and away from Pilot.
Gavin is determined to put together the hottest Supercross team, and he wants that to include Bryce Nickels, but that seems almost impossible since he signed with Apex. Perhaps, he needs a new angle, like the sexy business partner of the bodyguard, Johnny Killebrew. Maybe he'll sign on more than he bargained for.
Everyone is chasing their own dreams, but Johnny isn't sure he even has one.
He arrived at Johnny’s a half hour later than he expected. He knocked on the door and waited for Johnny to answer. When the door opened, Johnny stood there, wrapped up in a fluffy bathrobe, and Gavin needed to get his hands inside it. Needed skin under his fingers.
“I need a key to your place. I don’t want you answering the door like that.” He shut it behind him, pushing Johnny inside.
“How about when you answer a command, you do it with yes, sir or yes, Gavin?”
“Yes, Gavin.” Under the bright light of the foyer, he could see Johnny’s blown-out pupils.
He undid the tie to the robe and slid his hands inside. He rubbed up Johnny’s ribs and around his back to his shoulders. He pulled him close. “Mmm...you smell good.”
“Thank you, Gavin.”
“I want you. Right now. Are you ready?” He nuzzled under Johnny’s ear, his hair tickling at his nose.
Gavin’s heart flipped completely over. Damn.
Lynn Michaels lives and writes in Tampa, Florida where the sun is hot and the Sangria is cold. When she’s not writing she’s kayaking, hanging with her husband, or reading by the pool. Lynn writes Male/Male romance because she believes everyone deserves a happy ending and the dynamics of male characters can be intriguing, vulnerable, and exciting. She has both contemporary and paranormal titles and has been writing since 2014. Her stories don’t follow any set guidelines or ideas, but come from her heart and contain love in many forms.
The Making Of Holeshot Series, Or Stuff About The Books
One thing about Holeshot is that I’m constantly researching, aka watching races. I’ve even been to a race when Supercross came to Tampa, and I’m planning on going again this year in February. As I write, plot, plan and edit, I find it helps to keep grounded in the industry of Supercross. Bike Business was no different. It was actually an even deeper dive into the research. I needed to know things that people don’t normally see, and I had to dig for it.
My original inspiration was from catching a race special one Sunday while casually channel surfing. It caught my attention because my father had raced dirt bikes when I was a kid, and I was curious. I did a lot of research on it before I ever started planning the story. It didn’t take off until Tyler started talking to me. (Yes, that really happens.) Tyler was fun, carefree, doing what he loved and having fun doing it. Then Davey changed his world. A lot of fans love Davey, but it’s really Tyler’s story.
Holeshot was one of the first MM stories I wrote. I wrote it at nearly the same time as Lines on the Mirror and Wanton. All three of those came out while I was between real-life jobs and were mostly written simultaneously.
I really love Supercross, and I hope it comes through in the writing. I hope others will enjoy it. You don’t need to know a damn thing about Supercross to read the books, but you might know something about it afterward.
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