Life is too short to read books that are doing nothing but making me crazy. It's time to DNF. 45% complete before I called it quits.
Zak is a tattoo artist and new to town. Stitch is a crusty biker soured on women, men and apparently life. As Stitch is drinking his recent divorce woes away in a local bar, Zak walks in and feelings that Stitch can’t outwardly express start a-stirring. He’s secretly in the closet, probably the reason his wife had had enough (well, there’s also his not-at-all charming personality). The two strike up a conversation, as you will, and Zak offers to cover up Stitch’s misguided tattoo of his ex-wife's name. It’s waaaaay up on his inner thigh but Zak decides to take a look right there anyway, as you will, and agrees to take on the job.
After he fixes the tat, well, things happen and then Stitch acts like an a-hole because he chooses to remain in complete denial about his sexuality. Well, there’s that and the fact that he’d probably be murdered by his MC if they knew. But basically, he's just a drug running, jealous, violent cretin and I won't be swayed into thinking otherwise.
Stitch comes across as a pushy jerk and worse and there isn’t much character development, if that’s what you’re looking for, but there’s plenty of action – if you know what I mean.