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#ARCReview UnTouch Me (Savage Beast MC #5) by Hayley Faiman

Title: UnTouch Me

Series: Savage Beast MC #5, Standalone

Author: Hayley Faiman

Genres: MC Romance

Tropes: Age Gap

Release Date: 28 May 2020


Twenty-two and only loved one man, Trista left the Savage Beasts and Arizona to start over. Knowing the man she loved would never return those feelings, she could be his plaything, nothing more.

She should be living life free and single in the City of Angels. What she shouldn’t be doing is craving the touch of the man she left behind.

Sergeant-at-Arms for the Savage Beast MC has its perks: guns, ammo, and women. Taz loves spending his time with all three, liberally.

At forty-four-years-old, he never thought he wanted to settle down. Not even when a little spitfire worms her way into his bed and his heart. As his MC brother’s daughter, she should be untouchable—but he craves to touch her.

Two hearts fighting. Two hearts resisting the love they deserve. Neither innocent. Both craving one another’s touch. Both unable to resist.

Two people who are separated by over twenty years and lifetimes of pain and memories, yet when they are together, nothing can keep them apart, not even their own good sense.

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Rating: 3.5 out of 5.
ARC Source: Author via Wildfire Marketing Solutions

“UnTouch Me” is the fifth book in the “Savage Beast MC” series. This was my first book from the author. It was quite different from the MC books I usually read, since it was heavier on the biker lifestyle.

The biker lifestyle is all Trista has known growing up. She’s a daughter of the club, so being surrounded by bikers is her norm. She’s been in love with Taz for years, but he only saw her as a good time. After he dismisses her feelings, she decides to leave the club behind and move to LA. Taz knew he wasn’t good for Trista. For once he’s 20 years her senior and definitely not one for commitment. He thought that leaving her alone would be best, but after a threat arises, he can’t stay away.

Trista and Taz’s relationship were nearly toxic at times. He isn’t able to express any romantic feelings and that hurts her. He’s possessive and stubborn, thinking that he can make her stay without really committing to her. I had a hard time liking him since he kept talking about other women and how he can’t be a one-woman-man. I haven’t read the previous books so some of the side stories weren’t fully understandable. I’m happy that they worked out their issues at the end; I just wished they’ve done so sooner!




As an only child, Hayley Faiman had to entertain herself somehow. She started writing stories at the age of six and never really stopped.

Born in California, she met her now husband at the age of sixteen and married him at the age of twenty in 2004. After all of these years together, he’s still the love of her life. 

Hayley’s husband joined the military and they lived in Oregon, where he was stationed with the US Coast Guard. They moved back to California in 2006, where they had two little boys. Recently, the four of them moved out to the Hill Country of Texas, where they adopted a new family member, a chocolate lab named Optimus Prime. 

Most of Hayley’s days are spent taking care of her two boys, going to the baseball fields for practice, or helping them with homework. Her evenings are spent with her husband and her nights—those are spent creating alpha book boyfriends. 

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