Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Blog Tour Stop: Crush (Bayonet Scars #4) by J.C. Emery

Young love is always perfect. Until it's not.

Cheyenne Grady is a total daddy's girl to her bad-ass father, the Sergeant-at-Arms of the Forsaken Motorcycle Club. She's funny, and kind, and she just wants that deep, earth-shattering love like her dad has with her school secretary, Holly. But Cheyenne's been looking in the wrong direction, because the only good that can come from the way she looks at Jeremy Whelan is a lesson in heartbreak.

Jeremy always wanted to prospect for the Forsaken Motorcycle Club and wear the same patch as his father. When a life-long dream becomes reality, Jeremy realizes that the outlaw lifestyle is not for the faint of heart. Nor is it easy on relationships. He wants to be a good man, but temptation is everywhere.

Cheyenne is beautiful, and strong, and exactly what Jeremy could have forever. As long as he doesn't screw it up.

Love is never more powerful than the first time

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4 Crushin' Stars!

Chey. Miss. Priss. Her names fits--she's your typical moody and bitchy girly teenager, who is just looking for "the one." Even though she grew up with bad-ass bikers all her life, she still is naive. I love her innocence and her determination to find out things that she is not suppose to know. And her crush with Jeremy couldn't be any cuter!

Jeremy is the cocky teen brother of Nik. His whole life was The Club and his goal is to be patched in. But being a Prospect is not what cracks up to be. He's the errand boy for the Forsaken MC. Even though, his "job" is to protect and look over Miss. Priss, he didn't realize he was falling for her.

I loved Chey and Jeremy's relationship. It was innocent, young and real. When we are 18, we think we know it all. Chey and Jeremy were no different. They thought then knew everything, but it turns out these two just need to grow up and learn. 

Chey and Jeremy were constantly back and forth. Jer needed to be on beck and call with the Club and Chey, well just a teen looking for love! 

Their love for each other wasn't just puppy love, it was real. It just wasn't meant to be, at that one moment in their time! But sometimes you just have to give up on things and people, in order for it to fall in place down the road.

Crush is a great added read to this series. We get more the guys in this book and I especially loved reading about Chey's Dad and Holly! Looking forward to more in this series. 

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Pulling my phone out of my pocket when it chimes, I read the message that awaits me. It’s from Jeremy and says, WHERE R U?


OUT, I text back.

I FUCKIN KNOW THAT. WHERE R U? he responds. I so don’t want to tell him where I’m at or what I’m doing, but he can be relentless and I think I need his help anyway, so I give him the address of the neighbor lady. I hope he doesn’t recognize the street name as the

Jennings’ street, but knowing my luck, he will.

DON’T MOVE, he says.

ON WAY HOME, I write back in hopes that this will calm him down.

It doesn’t.

DON’T FUCKIN MOVE, he says and finishes it off with, I GOT 2 HUNT U DOWN, I WON’T BE HAPPY.

That makes two of us, dude. He shouldn’t be looking for me. He’s not on patrol at the house anymore since Dad caught wind of Jeremy’s antics about switching out detail with Diesel anytime he was supposed to be keeping an eye on me. If Dad sent him to find me, then I’m in even more trouble than I think. Oh well, all I know is that I’m fed up with running into one roadblock after another. I’m basically getting nowhere with everything I’m doing and if Jeremy can shed some light on some of this, then maybe working with him won’t be so terrible. I shouldn’t want to share this with him, but I kind of do. For some reason, I trust that he won’t rat me out. I shouldn't want to share anything with him, especially considering I've already shared him with the former bestie. The pain from that betrayal is still too fresh to think about it without getting upset. Still, this is information the club might need so I'm going to try to set my feelings aside. I'm not getting very far on my own and Holly is too important to me to not keep trying.

For Holly I can be mature enough to work with that stupid idiot. I just won't call him that to his face.

About the Author

As a child, JC was fascinated by things that went bump in the night. As they say, some things never change. Now, as an adult, she divides her time between the sexy law men, mythical creatures, and kick-ass heroines that live inside her head and pursuing her bachelor's degree in English. JC is a San Francisco Bay Area native, but has also called both Texas and Louisiana home. These days she rocks her flip flops year round in Northern California and can't imagine a climate more beautiful.

JC writes adult, new adult, and young adult fiction. She dabbles in many different genres including science fiction, horror, chick lit, and murder mysteries, yet she is most enthralled by supernatural stories-- and everything has at least a splash of romance.

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