Title: Breaking Dragon
Series: Savage Brothers MC #1
Author: Jordan Marie
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Heat Level: 3 out of 4 flames
Overall Star Rating: 3 out of 5 stars
Reviewed by Kay the Snitch Bitch
At one time, I had everything I wanted in life. Or I thought I did, but I lived in black and white. Then, he exploded into my world. Dragon.
He’s hot-blooded, cocky, stubborn as hell, and he drives me crazy. With him everything is more…It’s more vibrant, more exciting, more…real.
Suddenly I have everything to lose. In fact, I’m terrified that I might not be strong enough to hold on to it all. Because I’m learning with life, there are no hearts and flowers. Sometimes, there is just darkness.
There’s one thing I know about life. You have to grab it by the throat and go at it full throttle.
Thrown away with the garbage on the day I was born, hooked on crack before I even take my first breath and doing what I had to do just to survive—
That’s who I am.
I’m the filth your mother warned you about.
The Savage MC is the only family I’ve ever had, the only ones I can depend on.
Then she walks into my life. Nicole.
Nothing like what I expected, sassy, smart and sexy as hell. She’s everything I could want and more.
Our worlds don’t mix. I’m only going to drag her down.
She should have never let me touch her…
Life can tear you into shreds, make you bend until you break.
Sometimes, you have to face death, so you can live.
This is the first book by this author that I have read. I love MC romance, so I thought what the heck. It was an okay read. Nothing bad but not great either. I wanted to like it more than I did.
Dragon is the President of the Savage Brothers MC. Even though the MC still has some nefarious dealings, it’s almost a legal MC. Thank God they had to get dark in the story or I probably would’ve lost my shit.
Nicole was a decent heroine but not overly memorable. I liked that she was a little more full figured than most romance heroines. I guess that I never felt the connection between she and Dragon. Because of that, I never believed in the insta-love vibe of the story.