5 Star Review · Book Review · Eve R. Hart

ARC Book Review: Mouse: A Steel Paragons MC Novel (The Coast: Book 7)

Rating: ☆☆☆☆☆
Smut factor: 🔥🔥🔥
Author: Eve R. Hart
Genre: Romance

Synopsis from the book: 

Mouse
Ever wonder if you’ll get anything in your life right?
Well, that was how I’d felt for a while now.
Life was pretty good, nothing too exciting and the days seemed to blend together.
That was until Ky told me that his sister was coming back— coming home. The world sort of seemed to stand still for a few seconds then, and I couldn’t even tell you why.
It had been two years since I’d seen her.
A lot can change in two years.
She stole my breath away the moment she walked back into my life and she was no longer a girl. Nope. Not by a long shot. I hadn’t expected the feelings to hit me like they did, and try as I might, I fought them hard.
There was only so much strength I had in me though.
She was Ky’s little sister and I knew better than to do that to a brother.
Only, the collision of her coming back into my life lit a spark that was impossible to ignore.
I had no clue how I was going to make this work but every part of my soul was ready to fight to the death if need be.
Because there was no way around it, Ingram was made for me.

Ingram
I was finally going home. I couldn’t have been happier. It was time to start my life as I wanted it and show my son what it was like to be around family. Ky and Chris had been amazing and I was excited to be living with them until I got on my feet.
Mouse had been there when I’d been most scared. It had been two years since I’d seen his face and I could admit that I missed it.
There was something that felt right when I was around him, something different than what had been there before. Only, he kept turning his back on me every time I tried to get closer.
There was only so much someone could take, Right?

Brittany’s Review:

Gahhhh! I feel like I have been waiting forever for Mouse and Ingram’s story to come about and boy did Eve R. Hart put me through the paces with it.
For those of you have not read all the books in the Steel Paragons MC series or at least the ones from The Coast, you might not want to read on. I’m going to try and not give away spoilers, but this book got me all up in my feelings.

I was pissed at Mouse for about 75% of the book, and that surprised me. Since we first met Mouse back in Knights book he has always come across as a bit shy, very loyal and the guy that everyone seems to be able to go to when they need advice. So when the book starts and he’s acting like a fool I was shocked. How could shy, sweet, loving Mouse be such an idiot? And keep being an idiot, and keep being an idiot. Now with that being said, the story makes perfect sense. I know as a lover of books, I think I want every book to be perfect from beginning to end. The couple comes back together, and everything is as it should be. But let’s be honest, we don’t want it to be like that because it would be so unbelievably dull and every book we read would be precisely the same. So yeah I was pissed at Mouse most of the book, but it was worth it because it takes him through a journey to figure out his issues and we get to be there to witness that.

When the book starts Ingram has already come so far. She has been gone for two years and we have to get reacquainted with her. In some parts of the book I kept asking would Ingram really do this? I had to remind myself that the scared pregnant teenager is gone, she’s now a strong woman and mother! We also get to see a lot of Chris and Ky again, which I LOVED! They are my favorite Steel Paragon couple. And in this book they play a key role in helping Mouse and Ingram in their journey to finding each other.

Mouse and Ingram go through serious shit in this book and as a reader there were times I wanted to throw my kindle across the room. Prepare yourself for your emotions to go all over the place, but trust me when I tell you it is going to be worth every word.

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