Friday, 26 August 2016

Ace - J.J. Marstead - Release Blitz & Review



I’ve lived in a small town my entire life.  At eighteen, I don’t have a whole lot of life experience, and all I really have time for is my job.  I’ve heard of the Brimstone Kings MC, but I’d never seen them until a group of them shows up at the diner where I work.  That’s the day I met Ace.

Just his name sends shivers up my spine.  That man is sex on a stick.  But he’s a man.  I’ve only ever been around boys.  I don’t know if I’m ready for the kind of life that comes with a man like Ace, but he isn’t giving me much choice.


Shit, she is fucking beautiful.  When I first laid eyes on her, I didn’t think there was a chance in hell she was legal.  The minute I found out she was eighteen, it was game on.  I will make her mine, if it’s the last thing I do.

Getting her to be mine proves to be harder than I thought though.  I need to prove to her that I am the man for her.  That I can take care of her.  That I won’t hurt her.  This woman is stubborn as hell, but I’m determined to make her see what it feels like to be with a real man.

Waking up groaning, I feel a pair of lips
sucking my cock. Nice way to wake up.

I pry my eyes open looking down to see
Porsche licking and sucking the tip of my dick. Porsche looks up and smiles,
“Good morning Ace.”

I give her a lazy grin and moan, “This is
nice, waking up having my dick sucked; every man’s dream.”

Porsche hums around my cock; I feel the
tingle down my spine straight to my balls. I grab her head and give a couple of
slow strokes, going as far as I can go. She gags but takes me in like a pro.
That is what I like about Porsche; she
takes whatever I give her with no arguments. I look down at her bobbing up and
down on my cock and she gives me the look that I know she wants, my cum down
her throat.

“I’m going to cum Porsche, are you ready?”
She sucks harder, and I moan letting go giving her all I got.

Porsche swallows every drop. Looking at the
clock beside the bed I see it's eight twenty-five. Shit, I am supposed to meet
the guys at the diner.

She makes her way up my body to give me a
kiss, but I get up before she can deliver. “Sorry Babe, but I got to go; the
guys are waiting for me.”

She gives me a little pout, “Baby, are you
sure you want to go, I am sure you can have breakfast here.” She spreads her
legs showing me her shaven pussy like it’s a buffet.
“Can’t babe, I got to go.”

I was really drawn to this book by the blurb. I love an MC Romance, and the premise of this book really drew me in. Whilst the story-line was interesting I struggled to read this book. The lack of contractions made the sentences to be too wordy for me. This story did have a great amount of drama, I liked the club atmosphere and the secondary characters really drew me into the story, particularly Allison's sister Tammy. The connection and chemistry between the characters was well written and with a few tweaks and a bit more editing this book could be really engaging. 

I struggled with Ace's character one minute he was all full on alpha and then he was over the top polite. Even his internal monologues I found to be confusing as he was much stronger in his thoughts than his actual actions and interactions. I loved when he was in his full on alpha mode, and would have loved to have seen more of that come through.

The female lead Allison was a bit too insipid for me for a biker's old lady. I put it down to her age, but she was fairly teary and overemotional for me that lead me to be frustrated rather than endeared by her character. 

I found the timeline a bit off putting at times. It felt like a lot of the time the chapter was repeated from a different perspective, rather than providing new information to the story-line or a great deal of time was skipped between interactions. 

I take my hat off to anyone who has the gumption and puts the time into producing a novel. Congrats to JJ Marstead for creating her debut novel and I look forward to reading more from her in the future. 

J.J. Marstead lives in a quiet little town in Quebec, Canada. 
She is originally from a small Island in Canada called ‘Prince Edward Island’.
J.J. Marstead is the pen name; she wanted to have a pen name because it seemed pretty awesome.
Her real name is Jessica Martell, and no she is not ashamed of writing.
She loves to read and now she has taking up writing as a new adventure. 
She’s a stay at home mom, so she has plenty of time to think of naughty things to write.
Married to the love of her life of nine years, they have a lovely daughter who is seven years old,
and they have two dogs, full house.

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