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Once a Disciple, forever a Disciple.

Cami was raised around the Savage Disciples MC until she left to build a life of her own. It's fine that she lives with her fiance's suffocating passive aggression. It's fine that she's turning to drugs to self-medicate. It's all fine...right?

A Disciple will fight like a savage for what he wants. 

When Gauge tags along to visit his club brother's daughter, he can't believe the two women he meets: the fiery daughter of a biker and the puppet with the blank affect. And yet, they're both Cami. Right or wrong, he knows he won't stop until he sees her burn bright.

When this biker clutches onto a Disciple's daughter, there is no letting go.

Contains mature themes.

©2015 Drew Elyse (P)2018 Tantor

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Ugh .. yet another potentially good listen ruined

The female narrator completely destroyed this for me. Virtually every sentence ends as if she's asking a question. However when she did the male voice she was actually pretty decent . There were times when I'm pretty sure she was reading the words without registering what was written and she comes off as monotonous . To my ears she was irritating enough that I genuinely struggled to pay attention to the story when she was narrating .

Other people didn't have the same issue and admittedly I'm a bit of a judge-y jerk when it comes to audio books.

Troy Duran however was brilliant and made the story that much better for me.

3 of 3 people found this review helpful