Friday, August 26, 2016

Release Blitz ~ Ace by J.J. Marstead ~ (Review + Excerpt)

Release Blitz ~ Ace by J.J. Marstead ~ (Review + Excerpt)



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.”

This book definitely has potential but it also needs a bit of work. There are some editing issues as well as some continuity issues.  There is a part in the book where Ace asks Allison's age and she says she'll be nineteen in a month. Then when the same scene is shown from Ace's POV, she says she'll be 19 in a few months. While this might seem like a small thing, there are quite a few throughout the book. 

There were also too many times that I found myself confused about the timeframe of the story. There is a lot of jumping around and it made it hard at times to get into the story. I also did not care for the way that the scenes were shown twice just in different POV's, it seemed like I was constantly reading the same things twice.  I found it monotonous. 

I liked Ace, even if his character seemed to float back and forth between Alpha Biker and overly sweet accommodating boyfriend. He was definitely a character I wouldn't mind seeing again. Allison, however, drove me crazy. While I know she was only 18, she was way too immature. It was like she was a little kid playing grown up. I wish her character would have been in her early twenties with some adult experience.  Her sister Tammy though I really liked. She was feisty and spoke her mind for the most part and she loved Allison. She was probably my favorite character in the book. 

Do I think there is potential? Yes! 

Will I try the next book in the series? Maybe. 

Overall this was an okay first book and I hope J.J. Marstead will continue to write and hone her craft. 

3 Stars!

***A copy of this book was provided by the author or publisher to Bayou Book Junkie in exchange for an honest and fair review***

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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