Biscuit, Biscuit, Biscuit. If there has ever been a character that just stands out and breaks the mold, it's Dalton "Biscuit" Biskette from Hung. To say I loved this character is an understatement. Biscuit is straightforward, raw, primal, and pure unadulterated sex. If you've read any of the other Selected Sinners novels by Scott Hildreth, you'll remember Biscuit as that character who knows how to lighten up the mood with his crazy story telling and willing to step up when it's time to fight.
In Hung, you get the full no holds barred story of Biscuit. He is a man who lives for riding, his club, and sex. Believe me there's lots of sex. Biscuit has this instant pull that women can't ignore and easily fall for. Then when they find out about his prowess in the bedroom, all bets are off. When he meets Kat, she just might be the game changer for Biscuit. Kat is a strong woman, who loves bad boys. When she meets Biscuit, the biker with the beard, gauged ears, and tattoos, he is exactly what's she's looking for. Explosive doesn't even begin to describe the scenes between these two.
Hung by Scott Hildreth really does have it all. It's one of the hottest books of the year. Besides that, it has this perfect blend of serious and funny moments. You have two strong characters in Biscuit and Kat that has you captivated from page one. Even though Biscuit is the alpha male, he has a softer side to him. The more you learn about him and Kat, the more you love them. I didn't want this book to end and tried to make it last as long as possible, but I needed to know what happened next. Scott Hildreth, once again has delivered an phenomenal story with Hung. Pick up Hung and fall in love with Biscuit.