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“His kiss was consuming, a tide pulling me under. I was drowning it it, and I went down happily.”
The history between Ash and Sketch was undeniably felt throughout the pages of Shift. Ash, a strong, independent woman was running from her past and all that it entailed. At the same time, I think deep down she craved what the club could bring her. She was determined to succeed and as hard as it was to witness at times, I admired her for it. Sketch was definitely a fun transformation to watch. In the beginning, he was all macho and hard-headed. As time went on, he became so much more pliable while still maintaining that gruff, protective quality. He is certainly a swoonworthy character that I’m sure readers will fall in love with. While both the hero and heroine were excellent, it was the sassy little girl, Emmy, who stole the show for me. Her moments of innocence brought meaning to certain scenes that were impossible to ignore. Further, her role created a whole new level of depth to the characters and brought the greater arc full circle.
“I needed her to ground me; she needed me to make her feel safe.”
While certain elements of the storyline were predictable, I found myself really enjoying the book for what it was. Shift turned out to be a page turner that I didn’t want to put down. I really loved the camaraderie and sense of family that came with Ash returning to the club. Despite the reasons she initially ran, I could understand how easy it was to love these big burly men who may not have always done good things. There was just something about the plot that felt appropriate to the MC world, yet not cliché and overdone. Shift is a novel that made me giggle and made me cringe, but it also pulled at my heart in an unexpected way.
“I didn’t need to convince her that we worked. I just had to overwhelm her enough to make her give up the fight.”
It’s no secret that I’ve been a fan of this author since I read her debut novel. Her writing is exquisite and on a level of its own. No matter the subject matter, she is able to draw you in with such strong emotion and deep character development. As much as I loved Shift, I’m already dying for the third book in the series. From the tidbits that we got of Jager’s story, I already know the next book will be heartbreaking and the perfect soothing balm all in one. That’s the way Drew Elyse is though…she leaves you satisfied and fulfilled, but always wanting more!
When Ash returns to the Disciples with her daughter in tow, I knew there would be some difficult reunions and emotional challenges that Ash would have to face. As Drew Elyse puts this character through her paces, we not only get to see Ash face Gabe again after running away, but we get to see her struggle to reconcile the hatred and hurt she’d been carrying since her father died with the love and safety the club had always provided her. Drew Elyse isn’t afraid to showcase Ash’s insecurities and vulnerabilities, giving her an authenticity that I could relate to and connect with. Ash’s growth over the course of this novel is significant and stunning. Of course, I can’t mention Ash without Emmy, and I’ll be honest, Emmy totally stole the show for me. Her charm and attitude poured off the pages and had me grinning. She gave this story some much needed levity and laughter. Providing Ash, Gabe, and the rest of the Disciples a child’s perspective of life, love, and family.
Drew Elyse did a fantastic job with the development of the various storylines in Shift. There were several major plot points that ran in parallel, carefully layered so as to create a captivating and emotionally significant reading experience. There were a few moments that felt a bit predictable, but it’s difficult not to come across that with the number of MC romances out there right now. However, what Drew Elyse does best, what makes this story totally her own, is the camaraderie that she has created amongst the brothers. The feeling of family runs so strongly throughout this story that I couldn’t help but feel down to my soul the unconditional love and unwavering loyalty the Disciples share. Drew expertly captures their easy banter, good-natured teasing, and fierce protectiveness, making her readers feel like they belong in her fictional world. Shift is a fun, sexy, and exhilarating story that will keep you locked away inside its pages, guaranteed to deliver all sorts of fabulous feels!
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I loved this book. It's the story of Gabe and Ash who both grew up in the club and meet as young children.Read more