The following ratings are out of 5:
World building: 🌏🌍🌎🌍
Character development: 😤😥😊🤩
The heroine: Brooklyn – She is a bartender at a local bar and she is trying to get over the loss of her brother. Her father and now her brother are no longer alive and were members of the Dragon Knights MC so the Motorcycle Club looks out for Brooklyn and assumes she is part of the club though she really has no interest in the club.
The Hero: Gunner – a commander and sniper in the military in Afghanistan. Feels a lot of guilt when one of his men, Jensen, stepped on a land mine and was killed since he and Jensen were ribbing each other during shooting practice and he and Jensen made a bet when Jensen walked out and stepped on a mine. Now that he is home, he still has nightmares of the day Jensen died. Gunner is now a member of the Bad Disciples MC whom are rivals of the Dragon Knights.
The Story: Brooklyn often gets hit on while working at the bar, but she can’t remember the last time she was interested in a man. Viper from the Dragon Nights just won’t seem to get the hint, and though she was attracted to him, she had no interest in him that way, she saw him as more of an older brother since hers died. She new that as a little sister of the MC, she would one day be expected to be with one of the members, and she thinks Viper somehow called dibs on her.
After patching in to the Bad Disciples MC, which had been his father and brothers MC before they died, Gunner stops by a local dive bar and sees Brooklyn, whom he is immediately attracted to. Brooklyn likewise thinks Gunnar may have walked right off the cover of a Men’s Health magazine. She can’t remember the last man that affected her that way. Things happened fast between them from there.
When rumors of the Dragon Knights operating a sex trafficking ring abound, the Bad Disciples are determined to keep that type of business out of their town. That sets up the main conflict in the story. The chemistry between Gunner and Brooklyn was explosive from the first time they laid eyes on each other. The story moved very fast, but I liked it.
The book was told in both Gunner and Brooklyn’s points of view and via dual narration. The narrators were Joe Arden and Samantha Cook who both did a great job. Joe’s voice is manly and works well for the ex-military biker. Samantha has a soft clear voice that was perfect for Brooklyn.
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Audiobook Review: Gunner (The Bad Disciples MC, #1). ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️