Review: CRAVING CONSTELLATIONS (The Aces #1), Nicole Jacquelyn
Release Date: August 27, 2013
“How is it, that someone can make decision after decision attempting to get away from their past and somehow end up right back where they started?”
When Brenna decided to leave the only life she’d ever known, she never thought she’d ever be back. Now, five years later she’s running from her clean cut husband straight back to the motorcycle club that raised her… and the man she left behind. She left with a secret, and as soon as she returns the truth will break her carefully constructed life wide open.
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Abby’s review 4 stars
A few days ago, Dawn asked me if I wanted a motorcycle read, being the bad ass book boyfriend lover, motorcycle, tattoo enthusiast, that I am, I jumped, and was telling Dawn to bring it on. (Okay maybe being 9 months pregnant I didn’t literally jump.)I was starting chapter 3 and I started to message Dawn. Where did you get this, I asked. I was really drawn to it. It was starting off as a really nice surprise. Brenna is running from a man that, she thought would be safe and different from her past. He hurts her and her daughter and she is getting away. The pace that this book moves from the get go really draws you in.
Brenna’s dad, Poet is the Vice President for an MC. Brenna wanting to live a normal life went off to college, married and decided she was going to avoid the MC life. The book starts off with Brenna needing her real family and seeking refuge with the club. Talk about high adrenaline from the start!
If you like a good motorcycle book, this is a must! I did get frustrated with the clubs inability to keep people out of the compound. Seriously the gatekeeper should have got an ass kicking more than once!
Dragon is Brenna’s guy from her past. Dragon is beyond hurt when Brenna returns. He does get violent with Brenna. This was very understanding to the story and how the characters were supposed to act, however because of this I found it hard to see him as the sexy beast that he is supposed to be.
Despite a few minor things, I enjoyed the ride that this story takes you on. I stayed up way to late reading it and would suggest it for a biker read. If you are easily offended stay away from biker reads in general.
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