Wednesday, 14 October 2015
Review: Love That Defines Us by M. N. Forgy
Series: Devils Dust (Book 2.2)
Publication Date: 15th February 2015
Dani has taken the role of a mother easily, and is loving the title ‘wife to be.’ But with that happiness, comes complications. Having children, and a fiancé involved in a motorcycle club, has her and Shadow becoming distant, and missing their sexy escapades. A spark that was once a vibrant flame is now a suppressing ember.
Shadow knows he has not been there for Dani, not like he should be. Doing the dirty work of the club, and taking on the responsibilities of Vice President of The Devil’s Dust, he’s had his hands full.
With violent murders unfolding around the club, it has thrown town locals into a panic. What they didn’t expect was for them to get caught up in the carnage.
Can Dani and Shadow survive the distance that has been wedged between them, or will it have them questioning their imminent marriage?
My Rating: 3 out of 5 stars
So, I thought I was finished with these books for now having inhaled Shadow and Dani's two novels back-to-back. But no. There's a novella, which of course I had to read...
The novella is set a couple of years after the events in The Scars That Define Us and Shadow and Dani are happy and settled with a kid and another on the way. Oh! And there is a nutty killer on the loose going after those connected with the MC, just for some suspense and conflict I guess.
The whole novella was a nice check-in but it didn't increase my enjoyment of this series, change my thoughts on the authors writing or make me love/hate the characters more/less.
Once again, I didn't love it or hate it. It made me feel... Well, nothing actually. It was just a way to pass some time and it was excellent for it's purpose for I wasn't bored but neither was I so engrossed I missed my train stop. Hurrah!
If you read and liked the others, give it a read. Otherwise, I'd start at the beginning of the series.