Title: Shift (Disciples' Daughters #2)
Author: Drew Elyse
Genre: Contemporary/MC Romance
Once a Disciple, forever a Disciple.
Sketch has what he needs: his tattooing, the club, and his bike. Anything else would require a heart, and his was ripped out of his chest a long time ago. It wasn’t coming back. At least, not until she did. His heart isn’t the only thing Ash brings with her, though. She has a daughter. A daughter old enough to be his. A daughter Ash claims might not be. But in his heart, Sketch knows the truth. That little girl is his… just like her mom.
This biker knows one thing: a Disciple’s daughter’s return is about to make his whole world shift.
I have to say after being just slightly disappointed by the first book in this series, I was hoping this book was going to be so much better. I mean the only way is up, right? I have to say this book was so much better. In fact its easily my favorite of the series by far, even though its only the second book.
I really liked Ash in this book. Ash finds herself and her daughter heading back to the Savage Disciples, after she left them after the death of her father. Ash has dealt with a lot since she has left the Disciples and she's carrying a secret. After returning Ash learns some truths that she didn't know about with her fathers death and with her mother. I will say that even though I liked Ash, there were times I found her to be very stubborn and wanted to jump in the story and shake her. But I understood where she was coming from with her secret and I felt like I connected with her. And she is definitely my favorite of the series.
I loved Sketch..... Gabe or Sketch as he goes by has been through a lot in the past few years, he lost Ash after her fathers death. Than his uncle Gunner died a few months later. Now he's closed off and sort of hard headed. I loved watching him open up again and I loved watching him with his daughter.
I really enjoyed this book. I thought that the author's writing was so much better in this book. I felt connected to the character's in this book. I felt like the author dove deeper into the characters in this book and the emotions. This book had me laughing and crying. I loved how Ash and Sketch's daughter had everyone wrapped around her little fingers.
I'm giving this book 4 Stars out of 5 and can't wait for the next one!!!
Disclaimer: I received an arc of this book from Love Between the Sheets for my honest review. The opinions in this post are 100% of my own.