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I must confess that I normally don’t read future-fiction books where the earth and his people are in jeopardy but I do love stories about motorcycle clubs and the blurb left me curious enough to give this book a try. And I’m so glad that I did because I really enjoyed this story and I look very much forward to reading the second book in this series.
The world as we know is gone, in this place there is a world where solar flares can happen when you least expect it. A place where you live with the knowledge that today could be your last day on this earth. Because of all this, society is totally changed. There are now four ‘ward’ (territories). Ward four where India ‘Indy’ Beaumont lives is a place where there grows nothing, it’s a desert where the motorcycle club ‘Glory MC’ is the leader of this ward. Neptune is their clubhouse and it’s there that Indy finds a job as a bartender. She hopes that she can blend in. But that thought comes in trouble when she’s noticed by the president’s son of the MC, Ian Haste. It was never Indy’s intention of pulling the attention of a member of the Glory MC but she did. Ian is fascinated with the new girl working in the bar of their clubhouse. There is an attraction between them that both find hard to resist. Indy tries to resist it but Ian makes it hard for her. So in the end, they give in but Indy has a secret. She has bipolar II disorder. Which make it very hard for her to live a normal life. She tries but it isn’t always easy to hide it. But Ian is no fool and he knows that Indy is hiding something from him. And that gets him very frustrated and that’s not his only problem. The leader of Ward three is looking for trouble and with the way he’s behaving, it means that a war is coming very soon between the two Ward leaders. Can Indy trust Ian with her secret? Will he accept her no matter what or will he destroy her completely?
Like I said before I don’t have much experience with reading this kind of book but I found the world that the writer wrote about very interesting. The fact that there are now 4 sections (territories) and that one of them is lead by a motorcycle club. The writer didn’t really go into real big details about what happened or the consequences about it but that was something that I didn’t mind. My (and the writer’s focus) was on the main couple of this book and their friends and Ian’s motorcycle club.
I do have a lot of experience in reading about alpha men and Ian Haste is definitely one of those! The story is told from both POV’s what I really loved and there is no cheating in it. For the lovers of MC’s stories, I can you tell that this MC’s story isn’t really dark. But it’s definitely my kind of story, where the men are tough and alpha but where they also have a soft spot for their woman. Ana Jolene gave Indy the ‘perfect’ man with Ian, because of her disorder not every man would do. Indy’s disorder gave this story something more.
I’m very glad that I discovered this writer and this series and I can’t wait to read Lucky and Seven’s story (Indy and Ian best friends).
“Glory” by Ana Jolene is an action packed MC book with rivalries, romance and a hint of dystopian theme.
“Indy” Beaumont, whose real name is India, is one of the main characters in the story. She’s a nineteen year old girl who recently applied for a job at the headquarters of Glory MC, Neptunes. At first Hanna, her boss, was hesitant about giving her the job, but eventually she did. Hanna is seeing Knuckle, who is the Glory MC’s head man, thus the reason why they settle at Neptunes.
Ian Haste, known as “Hastie” sees Indy for the first time and is immediately attracted to her. He is also Knuckles son, and part of Glory MC. Throughout the book, you learn more about Hastie, as he opens up to Indy, confessing that he used to race cars, and was quite good at it. He continuously tried to pursue Indy, knowing he had to have her, but would get frustrated when she would push him away and the next minute, get closer.
Indy also had bipolar II disorder, which explained the reasoning why she would push Hastie away, and then want him. I loved Indy’s character, and the realness to her. Ana did a great job of portraying a character who was looking for stability in her life, but then gets involved with a top member of an MC, amidst the Glory MC getting ready for battle against Brennan, a rival of the Glory MC.
The chemistry between Hastie and Indy was hot, but felt real at the same time. He truly did care about her, and despite being a bad boy member of an MC, he was still vulnerable in a sense.
“Glory” was definitely one of my top MC books of the year, and if you’re looking for an MC book that has a little bit of everything in it, including the dystopian aspects, you need to read “Glory.”
Ian "Hastie" Haste is Knuckle's son and the moment he sees Indy he knows he wants her. Yet Indy is constantly pushing him away after allowing him to get close and he knows that she has secrets she is keeping from him. Yet he tries not to give up although he is frustrated she won't trust him.
But Glory MC has enough on their plate with a rival named Brennan creating issues for them and who is the mysterious guy he is meeting with? As Glory MC prepares for battle will Indy be caught in the middle and will Hastie be able to protect her?
I loved this book!
One thing I loved was how the book really made you feel like you were going through Indy's emotions with her. Knowing that she had a mental disorder made the reader understand why she was pushing Hastie away and more understanding of her depression. At the same time you could see Hastie's frustration at not understanding why Indy would push him away and then want him again.
Hastie was so dedicated to Indy but was so hurt by her actions that he was truly torn on what to do. Yet the conflict that Glory MC was going through showed him that you are never given tomorrow so you need to be in the moment today. He was a strong character yet definitely vulnerable which made him totally swoon worthy. I loved how they would refer to his lip ring and he sounded over the top sexy!
I loved the dystopian features of the book with the different wards and power outages. It brought a different element to the typical biker book and it brought along more uncertainty for the future. I liked how the author made you understand that the Glory MC was hurting because of the wars and conflict and they needed more membership.
I really enjoyed Indy's roommate Seven and I really hope we get to see more of her in future books. She loved the Glory MC but was more importantly an amazing friend to Indy!
Such a great book and I look forward to more in the series!
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