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"Fool Me Once" by Catherine Bybee
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Jager is a well loved brother, but he's a broody bastard too. He rarely smiles, if ever. He doesn't talk much, and when he does, it's not about himself. It's usually only the tiny princess, Emma, that can pull him out of his moodiness. She's got all the 'untles' wrapped around her little finger. His inner anger serves him well in the ring. He's undefeated in the underground fighting world, bringing in cash for the club. In spite of seeing how happy some of his brothers are with their ol' ladies, he has no desire to find one of his own. He can't sleep through the night without nightmares. He's not sharing that crap with anyone. He just takes what he needs when he needs it and moves on. When he's left in charge when his brothers are out on 'club business' he finds himself having to make a decision. He knows that he runs the risk of starting a war, but he can't let them take her. Even though he has no idea who she is...
Ember goes to sleep in her own comfy bed and wakes up to a nightmare that doesn't end when she opens her eyes. She has no idea where she is or who has her. Her only hope is mentioning the Savage Disciples MC, assuring her kidnappers that they will pay for her return. Will they?
As you surely have guessed based on the series name, Disciples' Daughters, she belongs to one of them. But which one? When she opens her eyes in the Disciple's clubhouse, there's Jager. She's been drugged so her responses are slow and her mind is foggy, but he's not someone she'll be forgetting anytime soon. He's the one who must decide if she is truly one of their's. He must decide if she's worth what they are asking. Will he save her?
Hot damn! This book had me on the edge of my seat. I was hooked from the first page and I was sad when I turned the last one. I fell even harder for all of the brothers, and their women. It's a close knit family that takes care of their own. They may not know all of each other's secrets, but they accept them as they are without trying to change them. They celebrate together, and they feel each other's pain. They protect those that belong to them, whether immediate or extended family. And they punish anyone who hurts them. You don't want to be on the receiving end of their retribution.
The more I read of this series, the more I want. I'm very curious about Daz, I can't wait for his story. And then there's Ace's secret... I can't wait to get my hands on Ignite. The line forms here...
I really enjoyed unraveling both Ember and Jager over the course of this novel. Both characters had been through some seriously dark moments and the pain they carried definitely made for plenty of intrigue. Drew Elyse seemed to have carefully constructed the many layers of these characters, revealing them at just the right time to hit her readers hard. Ember’s relationships with the other woman helped with her overall character development, allowing us to see sides of the complicated and damaged woman we might not have otherwise known. In turn, Jager’s relationship with his brothers brought a smile to my face. The respect, loyalty, and unconditional love they shared with one another allowed me to appreciate the true depth of this character, despite Jager’s closed off attitude and overabundance of rough edges.
As much as I loved the story between Ember and Jager, some of the peripheral relationships were lacking in this novel. For example, Ember’s mother seemed almost unnecessary. Ember’s brief interaction with her mother sparked my dislike for her only to never be sufficiently explored. Also, while Engage is definitely a standalone novel, there were moments where I thought the story got lost in a lack of information. There were quite a few times where Ember and Jager’s own journey was compared to what happened between Ash and Sketch or Cami and Gauge and Jager’s role in their books was mentioned but not with enough substance to really make sense. It felt like there were moments that relied upon the reader having previous knowledge and, for those who haven’t read Clutch or Shift (or read them a while ago), this made it difficult to fully appreciate both the storyline and extent of the relationships in Engage.
One of the things I really enjoyed about Engage is Drew Elyse’s obvious growth in terms of overall storyline development. This novel in particular, really set up the series as a whole to be something more than just a collection of individual love stories. Engage got down and dirty with MC business, delivering a much deeper look at the inner workings of the Disciples. By the time Ember and Jager’s story came to a close, I was all revved up and ready for the next part of the series. Drew Elyse also did a great job pacing this novel. I felt everything as I read, taking in the heart-pounding action, thrilling suspense, and all-consuming emotion of Ember and Jager’s journey. Drew Elyse’s writing was fresh, fierce and adorably feisty, the perfect voice for her vibrant, captivating, and emotive characters. A fun, sexy, and surprising ride of its own, Engage is definitely a great addition to the Disciples’ Daughters series.
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Engage was another enjoyable read in this series but definitely my least favorite. I really liked the story and I enjoyed both Jager and Ember.Read more
Engage: Disciples’ Daughters #3 is a fast-paced MC romance that does not disappoint!
Ember was living a normal life.Read more