Thursday, December 25, 2014

JC Emery - Crush (Bayonet Scars #4)

Mature Content Warning: The Bayonet Scars novels are a dark romance series which features graphic sexual content, violence, and foul language that is intended for a mature audience. Each novel features a different couple, though it's not recommended that they be read out of order due to the series story arc.

CRUSH (Bayonet Scars, No. 4)

Young love is always perfect. Until it's not.

Cheyenne Grady is a total daddy's girl to her bad-ass father, the Sergeant-at-Arms of the Forsaken Motorcycle Club. She's funny, and kind, and she just wants that deep, earth-shattering love like her dad has with her school secretary, Holly. But Cheyenne's been looking in the wrong direction, because the only good that can come from the way she looks at Jeremy Whelan is a lesson in heartbreak.

Jeremy always wanted to prospect for the Forsaken Motorcycle Club and wear the same patch as his father. When a life-long dream becomes reality, Jeremy realizes that the outlaw lifestyle is not for the faint of heart. Nor is it easy on relationships. He wants to be a good man, but temptation is everywhere.

Cheyenne is beautiful, and strong, and exactly what Jeremy could have forever. As long as he doesn't screw it up.

Love is never more powerful than the first time.

***{4 stars}***

As with the previous books, we back up in the timeline a little so we can get some history on Chey and Jeremy. Which helps my memory since it's been awhile and I have kind of forgotten where we left off in the last one. 

While I still have some of the same issues I had in the last book. Switching from MC names to real names is confusing, and some of the small details are off. BUT, once we got caught up in the timeline the story started to flow. Chey kind of thinks of herself as a MC "Nancy Drew", she's trying to help the MC figure out what happened to Holly and Mindy, but they don't need her help. Along with escaping high school, and trying to play detective, she falls deeper in "crush" with Jeremy. Jeremy is a young prospect who isn't mature enough to know how to handle a relationship and the MC. Young love is always chaotic, and yet romantic in it's simplicity. It's not the hottest MC love story I have ever read, but something about Chey and Jeremy pulled at me. Maybe it's the different POV from such a younger couple who grew up in the MC life. But I really like them. If you haven't read this series, you have to read it in order to understand the full storyline.

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