Aubrey Dalton’s life as a single mother is anything but easy, the last thing she needs to complicate it is getting mixed up with the local biker gang. That is exactly what happens though when she and her children are attacked by a rival club looking to settle a score with the Northridge Disciples MC. Now Bree has to struggle with not only facing new advisories but also her attraction the Disciple’s president, Will Ryder.
Ryder had a dysfunctional childhood at best which is why he’s never chosen to settle down. That and the fact that life in as the president of a MC consumes every minute of his day. But when he meets Aubrey, the single mom who happens to look like a Playboy centerfold, he rethinks his priorities. The only problem is that he needs to keep Bree alive long enough to get to know her and her endearing kids because she’s been targeted by his old enemies and they don’t seem to care if they take innocent lives in order to get to him.
***This book may not be suitable for readers under the age of 18 due to offensive language and sexual content
Disciple begins when single mother of two Bree gets asked by her friend to come to her house quickly one evening. So since her friend made it seem urgent, she quickly got to her friends. But she never expected to see a whole group of bikers in her house. Since Bree was basically a nurse she helped clean up the bikers, and from then on she ends up get the attention of the MC leader Ryder. The problem is since she's been seen around them she is now in danger, and so are her children. It doesn't take Ryder long to get here exactly where he wants her.
I liked this book a whole lot. It has good riding, interesting characters, and pretty interesting plot. I really admired Bree for being so strong and able to take care of her children like she was. And her kids were awesome as well. The only issue I really had with this book was I felt like we didn't get to see enough emotion between Bree and Ryder. We got to see plenty of emotion when it came to the kids, and more in the end but it just didn't seem like enough as a couple between those two.
This book had another great thing that made me really like it as well! No cheating, nothing even resembling cheating or that any of the men were like that at all. And to me, that was what made the motorcycle club much more respected in my eyes. I really liked this one a lot, and I hope there will be more to come.