Audiobook Review: Their Property: Sons of Odin MC. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Their Property: Sons of Odin MC by Crystal Ash

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The men I want are forbidden. What’s worse?
I want all three of them.

My father isolated me while chaos swept the country. All my life, he hid me away like a precious jewel for being too curious, too attracted to danger.

Then I got myself kidnapped.

My saviors are three brutal men on roaring motorcycles–the Sons of Odin MC. Death and carnage are all they know, and yet I felt safer on the back of their bikes than in the ivory tower where I was imprisoned.

For a moment, I was finally free. Until they delivered me right back to my father.

I know a governor’s daughter shouldn’t dream of men with haunted eyes. Men who have killed, pillaged, and ransacked this broken country I’m trying to fix. But when the Sons of Odin become my personal bodyguards, I’m not just curious. I’m insatiable.

I want to feel free again.

But freedom comes at a price, one that might be too high to pay. We’re playing with fire, sending our two worlds on a collision course.

And I don’t know if we’ll survive the crash.

Their Property

Interesting dystopian MC reverse harem Standalone

The following ratings are out of 5:
Romance: 💙🖤💚❤️
Heat/Steam: 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥
Story/Plot: 📕📗📙📘
World building: 🌏🌍🌎🌍
Character development: 😠😘🤓🥰
Narrator(s): 🎙🎙🎙🎙
Narration Type: Dual Narration

The heroine: Kyrie – she is the Governor’s rebellious daughter in a post collapse dystopian world, who ran off at nineteen with millionaire Malcom Blake in order to get out from under her fathers thumb, and ended up being kidnapped by Malcom and locked in a room until they were married and it was time to “break her in”. She was supposed to be silent and agreeable.

The Heroes: T-bone, Dyno and Grudge – They were from the Sons of Odin motorcycle club and they were a triad in a committed relationship. The club worked with the Governor of Four Corners and were the same men that saved the Governor’s daughter from Malcom Blake. Their latest job was to be her bodyguards as she became the ambassador in a newly formed territory.

The Story: After Kyrie was saved from Malcom Blake by men on motorcycles, she has been in a guilted cage in her father’s compound for four years. She finally was able to move to a new territory when she got a job as an ambassador. She traveled to the capital with soldiers in an armored car with bulletproof glass. She was surprised when she arrived that she was practically set up with the the nephew of the governor of the territory where she was sent to be an ambassador. She was also surprised that her guards hadn’t yet arrived.

I liked the fact that Grudge was the strong silent type. He had been tortured years ago and they cut out his tongue, so he couldn’t talk, though the guys pretty much knew what he was thinking most of the time and he kept a pad and paper with him for times when he needed to get his more complicated thoughts across. I have to say though that a bisexual triad in a motorcycle club seemed a bit out there, though I did like that they were out and proud about their relationship.

I liked the fact that Kyrie was smart and compassionate and wanted to make some good changes to the territory, though the people she was working with were misogynistic elitist jerks who didn’t to make things better for anyone that wasn’t like themselves. I also loved the fact that there were some paranormal happenings.

Though I have to admit, I am not fond of the age gap trope. It just makes me think that since women generally live longer lives than men, and there is a 20 year age gap, that the heroine will end up living a long time alone in the future. It just makes me a bit sad. Also I kept wishing that Kyrie would teach the guys sign language from the first time she mentioned she knew ASL.

This book is told in dual points of view via dual narration. It was narrated by Troy Duran and Stephanie Rose. Troy is my favorite male narrator and has a deep, sexy voice which works well for almost any romance. Stephanie Rose is a new narrator to me, and she has an ok voice, which is very feminine, though a bit annoying. Her emotions seem a bit overdone and not natural, but overall she did a fine job.


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