Thursday, August 18, 2016

Amy's 3.5 star ARC Review of Ace Brimstone Kings MC by J.J. Marstead

I’ve lived in a small town my entire life. At eighteen, I don’t have a whole lot of life experience, and all I really have time for is my job. I’ve heard of the Brimstone Kings MC, but I’d never seen them until a group of them shows up at the diner where I work. That’s the day I met Ace. 

Just his name sends shivers up my spine. That man is sex on a stick. But he’s a man. I’ve only ever been around boys. I don’t know if I’m ready for the kind of life that comes with a man like Ace, but he isn’t giving me much choice.

Shit, she is fucking beautiful. When I first laid eyes on her, I didn’t think there was a chance in hell she was legal. The minute I found out she was eighteen, it was game on. I will make her mine, if it’s the last thing I do.

Getting her to be mine proves to be harder than I thought though. I need to prove to her that I am the man for her. That I can take care of her. That I won’t hurt her. This woman is stubborn as hell, but I’m determined to make her see what it feels like to be with a real man.

Brimstone Kings MC
3. 5 stars
So I always love a good MC and this one is a good start. There are some tattered edges to fix but all in all I think as we progress through the series we can expect a good read. The book is a little here and there meaning that we move quickly and at times things seem like we needed more to finish out the situation. There was a long time frame included in this book and leaving things I felt unfinished moving on to the next day or month it seemed like life was hurling forward. 
Ace is a well written character who has that grit to him but also a heart. The kind we love. It’s the tale of a man who sees the woman who he wants to make his. The woman – Allison has a mind of her own and is sassy but gives him the chase he desires. Being only 18 and uncertain that she wants to dive into the life she “hears” they lead Allison isn’t sure that she can handle what Ace has to offer. 
I enjoyed the ARC and hope to get more from JJ. I appreciate the chance to read and look forward to more. Review to post to Ramblings From Beneath The Sheets. 

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