It had been fifteen years since Devlin Young had gone with his mom and dad to the Sturgis Motorcycling event is South Dakota.
Now thirty, divorced, and looking for another chance to ride with a pack to the monster party, Dev joined a local bike club called The Leather Boys. At the
first group gathering Dev attends he meets Sam Rhodes, a knock-out hunk in leather. Soon discovering that his attraction to Sam was mutual, Dev yearns for
them to make the most of the decadence and insanity at the weeklong event. But Sam’s reluctance to be ‘out’ at the biker rally, with five hundred thousand
riders, annoys Dev. Soon Dev finds out the hard way why it was smarter to be discreet about his sexual orientation.
Crossing swords with a married man in the group, whom Dev believes is deep in the closet, Dev becomes divided as to which man to pursue. Too many men,
and too little time, and it isn’t until Devlin is back home that he finds out the truth about one of the men in leather which instantly cements their