The Run (Hell’s Disciples MC Series, Book #4) by Jaci J

The Run (Hell's Disciples MC Series, Book #4) by Jaci J | Review on

The Run (Hell's Disciples MC Series, Book #4) by Jaci J | Review on www.bxtchesbeblogging.comThe Run (Hell's Disciples MC Series, Book #4) by Jaci J | Review on www.bxtchesbeblogging.comThe Run (Hell's Disciples MC Series, Book #4) by Jaci J | Review on www.bxtchesbeblogging.comBxtches Be Blogging Book ReviewsBXTCHES Gotta Warn: My usual warning goes along the lines of. . .“read in order, blah, blah, blah”. . .and I will be aiming in that direction, but I’m gonna throw you BXTCHES an alternate route. Books #1-3 of the Hell’s Disciples MC takes place in the Washington chapter and books #4-6 take place in the Oregon chapter and while the two chapters do intertwine, it’s not enough to be confusing if you were to go out of order. BUT. . .If it’s the Washington chapter that has you drooling, then read books #1-3 in order, if it’s Oregon chapter that brings you joy, then read books #4-6 in order. But trust a BXTCH when she tells you that the whole series will make your dick hard. . .so you should really just go for it all.

The Run will be told through the POV’s of both Buck and Lennon.

Buck is the Sergeant at Arms for the Hell’s Disciples MC Oregon chapter and has just been tasked with a very important pick-up. It’s not drugs or guns or some enemy who’s about to meet the maker, no, Buck is making the drive into Washington and meeting up with his brothers, to pick up Lennon. . .his road trip partner.

Lennon is a spirit. A wanderer. And even though she is planting her feet in Oregon and even though she finds Buck to be more ruggedly sexy and more mouthwatering than any other man she has set her eyes on and even though she is pretty down with hanging with the MC, she knows that she will take off once the spirit moves her. 

Buck is not too sure what it is he’s supposed to do with a woman as a roommate, especially one that his dick hasn’t been properly introduced to. He is obviously attracted to Lennon. . .she’s super easy to live with, she cooks and not too terribly high maintenance, add that to the fact that she meshes pretty well with his brothers and she is able to hold her own against him. The problem? He’s been burned and not very trusting of any woman, no matter how much he’s dying to sink into her and no matter how good she looks on the back of his bike or how well they live side by side.

In order for this to be a kick ass MC read, we need some kick ass MC action and Jaci J does not disappoint on that front. There is another MC trying to move into the Hell’s Disciples territory and some pretty shady shit is starting to happen. All begins when a longtime member is missing, presumably dead, which of course means a war of some sort is about to get kick started. The unfortunate happenstance of all this drama is a lot of the shady shit starts happening when Lennon arrives. . .put two and two together BXTCHES. Now, this is a storyline that will continue into the next book, so not all will be solved between the rival MC’s when you reach the end of The Run.

Things are certainly going to heat up between Buck and Lennon and when they do, a fire ignites. But, when you have a woman who finds it a bit difficult staying in one place too long and a bad ass biker who got hit too hard in his last relationship. . .it’s not exactly the perfect equation to a happily ever after.

Since The Run introduces us to a new chapter of the Hell’s Disciples, we are lucky enough BXTCHES to sink our imaginations into a whole new crew. While we don’t get all up in the business of each of the members, we do get enough of an appetizer to wet the whistle. The Washington crew does come back and we get to play just a tiny bit of catch-up. The main supporting character we are really following is Rock, his book is next and while it’s a bit smaller on the page count, it will pack a very mighty punch.

MC drama may be one thing that keeps the pages turning, but let’s not sell ourselves short, the Alphaness that comes alive when the clothes come off definitely keeps our eyes glued and our hearts pounding. There are some books that I can read and not be disappointed if the sex isn’t where I want it, BUT if a BXTCH tries to deal me a MC book with impotent sex, then I may have to lodge a complaint. However, our BXTCH Jaci J really knows how to use her words. There is no mistaking any intentions, there is no beating around the bush, the sexual tension is cracking and when the two can take it no more, it is straight up delicious. 

I wasn’t sure how I was gonna feel when it dawned on me that this book begins the introductions to a new MC chapter. I really thought I was gonna miss the ones I had already fallen in love with, well imagine my surprise when I found myself really falling for Buck and Lennon AND trust a BXTCH when she tells you that you will love Lennon, she was so different from any of the women up to this point. In the end, my concern was for naught, Jaci J could’ve easily have moved the MC while keeping it almost the same, but she took this one in a whole different direction.

I first purchased this book back in December 2015 and I started it (barely), but never finished it. Fast forward to now. . .Jaci J releases the new book in this series and I was pretty much salivating to sink my eyeballs into it, but I am pretty serious about reading MC books in order and in order for me to really enjoy this series in the way that it was written, I needed to play a game of catch-up. . .so in all of my great ambition, I started from book #1 and now here we are. The quality of the book had nothing to do with why I never originally finished it, it was more of a lazy thing. This is a really good MC series, one that I’m quite surprised isn’t more popular. If you’re looking for some grit, if you’re looking for some drama, if you’re looking for some humor, if you’re looking for some super hot Alphas, if you’re looking for some mind blowing, toe curling sex. . .then you have found it. Bxtches Be ReadingThe Run (Hell's Disciples MC Series, Book #4) by Jaci J | Review on

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