Saturday, October 3, 2015

Title: The Fear That Divides Us
Series: The Devil's Dust #3
Author: M.N. Forgy
Rating: 

Road Captain of the Devil’s Dust Motorcycle Club, Bobby has the scars to prove just how dangerous his life is. He gives the world he knows hell and loves every moment of it. Wearing a panty-dropping grin along the way, his fierce life has never been a problem for him, until her. Jessica is the only female who has him distracted in his game. After taking him to bed, she’s the only woman to tell him to take a hike. Waking with her gone, he can’t resist her pull. He’s seen the marks on her body, ones which tell the horrors she’s lived through. He’s also seen the fear in her eyes when she lets herself become weak to his advances. Bobby has a decision to make. Can he help Jessica, or will it mean giving up his carefree life?

Jessica, also known as Doc, lives life in fear. Years back, she ran to the Devil’s Dust for protection, seeking the demise of her abusive, dominant husband. Her mind and soul tortured by her past, she can’t allow herself to move forward. The only thing in her sight is her daughter’s safety. Even if she has the attention of one particular tattooed biker, she can’t succumb to his charm and drag her daughter back into a world of danger, no matter how much he thinks he can save her.

Mistakes will be made.

Fears will be faced.

Pain will be remembered.


Can Bobby and Jessica survive the dangers they bring upon themselves?

     

The Fear That Divides Us takes us back years before and finally gives us Doc's backstory and what brought her to the club. However, after six years pass Doc and Bobby are still circling each other, but things aren't looking good. She can't seem to let go of her past, and Bobby isn't sure he should keep trying to get her to. 
These two have a lot of issues to work out before they can be together, if that ever happens. 

This one was okay. Not great, but okay. I liked the story line for the most part, and I enjoyed getting to see more of these characters and in greater detail. 

But I have to say I honestly didn't care for Bobby or Doc in this one. I thought Bobby was a major player jerkhole, and I seriously thought Doc was a major witch, and not the good kind. She felt like a major hypocrit to me and it really made me hate her. 

So, I didn't care for this one, because I didn't really like the characters. But I did enjoy the story. I wish it had been more though. 
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