Disrupt by Michelle Frost _ Book Review

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Being vulnerable makes you a target. Pax knows this all too well. He doesn’t want to need a hero, but the green-eyed biker that keeps rescuing him anyway has him sliding into dangerous territory—namely, Mace’s bed.

Mace is the Sergeant-at-Arms of the St. Louis Iron Heretics MC—treading through volatile situations is all in a days work. At the end of the day, he knows better than to let his heart rule out over his head, but Pax is an anomaly he can’t shake loose.

When a threat returns, taking aim at Pax and disrupting the balance they’ve reached, Mace has to recalibrate his sights, bringing what he truly wants into focus. Unfortunately for them, danger doesn’t always stay dead.

Disrupt is the first book in the Iron Heretics MC series. It can be read as a stand-alone and features no cliffhanger, no cheating, and a HEA.

review

[I received a digital arc for an honest review]

Disrupt is the first book in the Iron Heretics MC by Michelle Frost. While it is a stand alone, readers of the authors other MC series will see more than a few familiar faces. For new readers of her work, like me, you’ll be left with the urge to go read all her MC books before this one.

We are introduced to Pax at his most vulnerable and Mace stepping in to care for him. Pax is currently a bartender at Spritz , a bar/brothel for mostly gay clientele, and Mace is the Sergeant -at- Arms for the Iron Heretics MC. Mace didn’t believe in relationship up till Pax and he will do everything in his power to keep him safe.

“Neither one of us were relationship people , but I was afraid even something casual with him could ruin me.”

Disrupt is a fast paced story that is over before I wanted it to be. I could have read way more than 134 pages of Pax and Mace. I really loved the dynamic between them. Mace this lethal tattoo’d bad a** MC was protective and in tune with more reserved Pax who was still affected by something traumatizing. They were really sweet and adorable together and when they physically stepped up their relationship Mace let Pax take control.

It had been that way since the moment I met him. There was no one in my life that I’d ever wanted to just cuddle except for Pax.”

My complaints for the story were really only the length and the pacing. Also, the fact that I could tell that this was a spin off series based on the fact that all the established couples. Since I enjoyed the writing style I plan to go back and read how the other couples we met got together and I’ll look forward to more releases in this series.

 

4 star rating

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