Jacob is a compelling and addictive start to this new MC series by Victoria Jayne.
Victoria Jayne is one of the handful of authors that writes in third person that I have no trouble being quickly pulled into the story.
Jacob and Sparrow had a crush on each other throughout their teenage years. They were from different states and only seldomly saw one another, but each time they did their feelings for one another grew.
Now it’s years later, Jacob is in a town he hasn’t been to in years, and while he was sent by the President of Odin’s Fury, he has another mission while he’s in Ohio. He’s determined to rekindle what he and Sparrow once shared.
Sparrow has her sights on getting into school and following along with plans that her father wanted for her, but it feels as though nobody in her life supports that dream. She was no longer as connected to her father’s club as she once was, after he passed away she no longer had the “in” of being the daughter of a club officer. She worked at a bar the club owned and had her sights on more for her future.
Sparrow never expected to come face to face with Jacob again, especially not when she was in a relationship with a Prospect of the Roughneck Riders, the same MC her father had been a member of, but there were circumstances that made it strenuous between them.
Sparrow and Jacob’s chemistry was fiery from the start, and no matter what circumstances they found themselves in just being around one another fanned the flames. In the moments one of them slips into a memory of the past they shared it’s clear that what once was has stood the test of time.
My feels were all over the place, right along with Sparrow and Jacob’s as the past and present collided in good ways and bad.
I went back and forth between wanting to hug each of them and other times I wanted to knock their heads together. I was all over the place, but it was right alongside them because there were many different elements of this compelling read that made what should be a hard road to travel.
I can’t with the cliffhanger!! I’m thankful the wait for the next book isn’t too far away.
Jacob is a compelling and addictive start to the Odin’s Fury Motorcycle Club series. An engrossing blend of fiery chemistry, a possessive alpha hero, strong heroine, an array of feels, twists, steam, and a cliffhanger that will surely leave you with a book hangover.