Never Letting Go
Read and Written on 12/23/2017
Micah and Aubrie are interesting. They both have some really deep seated issues, but they work because their crazy matches. The last scene before the epilogue was a bit over the line for me, too much Romeo and Juliet I can’t live without you. There were some formatting issues, but since I received an ARC I can’t say for sure if that is something in the version submitted to Amazon. It was a true MC romance with the violence, partying, and everything in between. I’m not a huge fan of this couple, but I am really excited to read the rest of the series. I know that while I may not be a fan of these two specifically the author did a great job of introducing the secondary characters and I can’t wait to read their stories. More specifically I am excited to read Bullet and Link’s stories. So if you read this one and feel the way I do I am encouraging you to continue in the series. I have a feeling it is only going to get better from here.
Learning to Love
Read and Written 12/23/2017
Bullet was one of the guys I was excited to read after reading book one. Bullet and Trinity kind of go through some rough crap, stuff most of us would never go through in our lives, and develop a bond out of the experience. I really liked Bullet and Trinity. When Trinity gets into a fight with one of the club girls the guys poke fun that she doesn’t know how to fight, but Bullet is right in that she doesn’t fight with her fists. She fights for Bullet again and again, and makes him believe in a future with her. She makes him believe in them so when she feels weak he is strong enough to hold them together. I really enjoyed their story, so much that I am binge reading onto the next book in the series.
Fighting for a Chance
Read and Written 12/24/2017
I wasn’t sure I was going to enjoy this book right at first, mostly since Dax is a cocky jack wagon. He often tells others how hot he is, and has absolutely no filter. All that said it’s almost endearing. There were times I rolled my eyes at him, but there were also times where I melted. Laura is sassy, and I adore her. That said all the issues she had with her ex seemed to resolve to easily. I’m going to be annoyingly complicated and say it was honestly refreshing. Not every couple in life has some drawn out saga of how they got together, sometimes it’s just easy. Not saying this was easy, but it didn’t hold the tension that the first two books in the series held.
Read and Written on 12/24/2017
I really feel like this author is starting to hit her stride with this series. I really loved this story, and it is probably my favorite so far. This story still held a lot of the MC romance elements, but it was more centered around the couple in my opinion. That might be in part because Ivy was really good at handling the club life style. Kane had his typical stupid man moment, but Ivy was able to relate to it. The drama was useless and didn’t drag out. It was specific to the plot and character building. The only aspect that could have held some deeper story was Jenna, and honestly she just wasn’t that important. Overall I loved this one, and these two are super adorable. The introduction of the next story has been both cringing cause this one will hurt, and curious to know what happens next.
One More Try
Read and Written on 12/25/2017
Full disclosure, I read this on Christmas. Not something I would recommend normally, but my day was crap. Complete crap, Christmas sucked, I demand a do-over. So reading this really lifted my spirits. Bash and Shannon, wow, what can I say. I was right when I thought this story would hurt, but I didn’t really expect the darkness that I found. This story is dark, and Bash isn’t really written to be liked. Typically when secondary Characters warn the heroine that the hero is dark and not someone you want to fall in love with, well, the hero is generally just misunderstood. Not the case here. If my man told me the things Bash disclosed I’d run in the other direction. All that said, he really makes sense with Shannon. Her life has not been easy, and I’d love more backstory on why. We know recent events, but why was she targeted specifically. Being the President’s niece isn’t really doing it for me, there has to be more to it than that. Why does this specific niece make him so vulnerable? The author made it sound like her dad kept her away from her uncle because of the club. Is her luck really that bad? Overall though you don’t really notice those aspects because of the other things going on. This one is dark, and won’t be for everyone. It improved my craptastic day, and I enjoyed the characters. They were truly unique.