MC-Romance books are probably not my favourite genre, mostly because for every ten I read, I only like two. But also because I HATE reading about abusive and cheating “heroes” and weak, whiny doormat “heroines”. And for some reason there´ s plenty of those in mc books. BUT sometimes I do find MC books I like and even love, stories that are written just right and really grabs you. Kristen Ashley, Scott Hildreth, Lani Lynn Vale, Megan O´Brien and C.M Owens have written some of my favorite mc-books.
This week I´ve been binge reading Scott Hildreth books, but I also discovered a couple more books I liked/loved in this genre:
Mute (Dragon runners book 1)
By ML Nystrom
“HE LOVES LONG, LOVES HARD, BUT HE DON’T LOVE EASY.”
Katrina Vega is set on one thing: finishing college. She’s determined not to let anything or anyone distract her, especially not hot brooding bikers. On her mission to stay focused, she doesn’t expect to be pulled into the fold of a motorcycle club, let alone into the arms of Alec “Mute” Stillwater.
Unable to keep her guard up, Katrina soon discovers that beneath the hard and rough exterior of a family she’s grown to care for, there’s also loyalty and passion she’s envious of. But falling for the club’s enforcer will not only threaten her plans but quite possibly her life.
I kind of liked this book and it kept me reading. The characters are well developed, you get to know most of the MC brotherhood and the workings of the club. The story line flows smoothly and I loved Mackie!
I do have a few issues with this book, and that´s the reason I`m giving it 3 stars:
1. The h saw the H boning a club bunny. They were not officially together at this point, but felt the attraction (so technically not cheating). That whole scene made the H less hero material imo, even though there is no cheating when they are officially together.
2. Betsey: “I know he’s had a few other tastes over the years, but I’m still the one he comes home to every night, and will be until we leave this earth.”
Despite my “issues” I would recommend this book and its a good start to a new series. I`ll probably read the next book, but I am a bit apprehensive considering Stud is the hero 😉