- File Size: 815 KB
- Print Length: 263 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: April 5, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00JIB96Q6
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #132,956 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Disciple: A Novel of the Northridge Disciples MC Kindle Edition
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The H, while the MC President and totally bada**, was smitten and loved that the heroine wasn't afraid to tell it to him like it is (because everyone else backed down). I felt the story made him out to not be that good of a club prez because he was so soft and not all caveman/barbaric like my normal biker leaders. This wasn't bad - just felt lacking.
Again, these two really only were intimately written once or twice - yeah, twice I believe. The rest was just implied. So, that really felt lacking too. I love my biker MC books to not only be raw and gritty with the life style, but in the smex and relationship department too.
All in all,this just felt...well...lacking.
The H is possessive and alpha. I loved his relationship building with the kids, especially Jake. I just wish I would have felt more of a growth/love between the H and h.
I would of course recommend this book. Everyone should make up their own mind. It may not be my cup 'o tea, but it could totally be yours.
I really loved this story. I loved Bree she was such a great character and Will wasn't half bad either. Their chemistry was fun to read about and for the most part this wasn't a ton of angst like these books can be. It was just a genuinely cute story. And honestly there's a chance that I would consider reading more if this became a series.
But the problem is while I can get past some words being misused here and there as the book went on the lack of real editing became really evident and really distracting for me. It wasn't just a word here and there anymore and trying to decipher what was trying to be communicated in some of the sentences was tough. I highlighted one example "When he had unbuckled the vest and let it drop to the floor he conceded to her menstruations." This particular part of the book had nothing to do with her time of the month. There angels instead of angles and other spelling issues like that too.
If there is some good solid editing in future books I'll gladly read them but I could never justify spending more for these books than most of the competing books in the market place and having really shoddy editing like that. For 99 cents I could forgive it maybe. I'd probably still complain but it's an easier pill to swallow for $4.99 not so much.
This was a very different kind of biker book...yes, there is violence, drugs, guns, crooked cops and gang warfare...but it is also a story of two people from opposite worlds who find a common ground to meet and fall in love.
Action packed and at times very playful and sexy.
**** 4 **** "you can call me daddy" stars =)
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