Once a Disciple, forever a Disciple.
Cami was born into the Savage Disciples MC, but she ventured out to build a life of her own away from the club. She’s engaged now, living a new life despite missing the bikers that raised her. Overall, she’s… fine.
Sure, fine. She’s fine with the fiancé who is more interested in position and image than the woman in his life. She’s fine with the fake people around and the suffocating passive aggression. She’s fine with the fact that she is turning to drugs to self-medicate.
A Disciple will fight like a savage for what he wants.
When Gauge tags along to visit his club brother’s daughter, he can’t believe the two women he meets: the fiery daughter of a biker and the puppet with the blank affect. And yet, they’re both Cami.
He sees the fire beneath surface, and he wants to watch it burn. He wants to rip away the man smothering her like a wet blanket. He wants to see the flames consume that cookie-cutter future-wife facade to the ground and dance with her in the flames.
When this biker clutches onto a Disciple’s daughter, there is no letting go.
I’m liking this author. The story grabbed me and I was excited to see what was going to happen next. Gauge is a hot as sin alpha male and Cami is a tough as nails female. She does start out the book as a Stepford woman, but she sees the errors of her ways. This book is high on the hotness scale and the series promises to be interesting. As far as it being an MC story, I did have a couple of “WTH” moments…. once when one of the brothers shares club business with his o’l lady and once when one of the brothers is given an officer position to replace someone who is stepping down. I think the author may have forgotten that that member already held an officer’s position. I also think the time frame was off. I do look forward to the next book; the drama should be real! I give this book 4 stars with 3 hands down the pants!
I really enjoyed this book, even though I wanted to throttle people. The ups and downs of the story made you be on your toes or edge of your seat.
I liked Gauge from beginning, he isn't scared to say what he wants, and won't sugarcoat anything. He is also sweet but also hard headed.
I hated Cami at beginning but she grew on me, I did not like her beginning because of how she was. But she won my heart going further into the book. She grew into herself, and was more assertive.
I cannot wait for more.
Drew Elyse spends her days trying to convince the world that she is, in fact, a Disney Princess, and her nights writing tear-jerking and smutty romance novels. Her debut novel, Dissonance, released in August of 2014.
When she isn’t writing, she can usually be found over-analyzing every line of a book, binge watching a series on Netflix, doing strange vocal warm ups before singing a variety of music styles, or screaming at the TV during a Chicago Blackhawks game.
A graduate of Loyola University Chicago with a BA in English, she still lives in Chicago, IL where she was born and raised with her boyfriend and her prima donna pet rabbit, Lola.