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Bobby is a member of the Devils Dust MC. He parties hard. He knows the women thinks he is hot and sexy and his boyish grin and dimples clinch the deal. He doesn't want love or commitment. But when he first lays eyes on Jessica and her young daughter he feels such a sense of needing to protect them. He doesn't even understand it.
Jessica strikes a deal with the MC president, Bull. She gets the support of the club. Safe now, she carries on with her life as a mom and doctor. Helping the club with their medical needs as they arise. She also has occasional sex with Bobby. Never letting anyone else know. When Bobby gets up to sneak out, so there is no misunderstandings of a relationship, she is always already gone. He think "What the help?" He is always the first to leave. But not only is she gone, she doesn't call. Then she avoids him for a week or more. He doesn't like this at all. Before she will see him again she makes him agree to no relationship, no falling in love, and only friends. He should be enjoying this. He is. He keeps telling himself it's just HOT sex. Jessica is so drawn to Bobby she has to keep telling herself to keep it in check. She knows love is just pain. A pain she can't afford. Bobby just knows he wants more.
The Fear That Divides Us is a great read. Bobby and Jessica are so hot together. The sexiness in the scenes are sizzling. The situations they go through for each other are life altering. The MC interactions leave you wanting more of the Devils Dust MC. Sometimes authors forget through the story that we want to read some about the mc along with the romance. At least I do. The members in this mc are hot alpha bikers that are sinfully sexy. M.N. Forgy great job and thank you for your hard job.
Jessica is a doctor and she is in a horribly abusive relationship with Travis. But now that abuse is starting to leak onto her daughter, Addie, who is only three. Jessica knows it's time to get out and she runs to the Devil's Dust MC club for help. Like most of our favorite mc club, these guys have heart and they do help her. Then the story jumps ahead a few years, and we get to see Jessica as her life is now. I really liked her, I felt she was a strong woman. Because of her past, she did close herself off a bit, and it really just made me sad for her. I could understand the why and how, but sometimes we can't see the forest for the trees. But she saved herself and her daughter, and for that she gets mad love.
And the forest in this equation is in the form of road captain Bobby. Bobby has a playboy image, but he knows where his heart lies - and that's with Jessica. Only problem is that she is having none of it. She would rather go without rather than risk danger again. But Bobby is persistent, and I like that. He stays on her, he comes up with a way to help her heal and get past her past. As a man I like him. He shows himself to have a good strength of character, not just in life for the sex and booze. He has a dangerous streak, but that's what I like to see in my bad boy heroes.
The only thing that really didn't resonate with me so much about The Fear That Divides Us is that it didn't feel so much like an mc romance. For me, it stood more as a romance where the leading man happened to be in a motorcycle club. But that ultimately had little effect on my enjoyment of the story. The danger was palpable. The jealousy in Alpha male Bobby was thrilling. And the sex, omg - it was very very good. So if you are looking to dip your toes into mc romances, this book might be a good start. Like I said, this isn't the first in the series. I've not read any of the others, but I had no problem. I definitely feel it works as a standalone. Most of the others deal with Bobby's best friend, Shadow, so I might go back and read those just to see why he is featured so prominently. But for now, I'm very happy with having read this book!