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Blood & Bones: Trip

Written by: Jeanne St. James
Narrated by: Ava Lucas,J. F. Harding
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Publisher's Summary

Despite spilled blood and broken bones, from the ashes Blood Fury will once again rise. 

Trip, son of the former president of the Blood Fury MC, is determined to resurrect his dead father's destroyed club. It’ll be a long, difficult road as the new president attempts to rebuild the club from the cold ashes left behind. 

Bad blood and bitter memories are only some of the obstacles Trip has to overcome. The local police department, Manning Grove PD, is another, since they don’t want to see their small town once again overrun by outlaw bikers. 

Then there’s Stella, a local bar owner and a major distraction Trip doesn’t need, but can’t resist, even though she gives him every reason to. She’s tough, she’s broken, and the last thing she wants in her life is a man like him. 

In the end, Trip has to decide if the war is worth fighting. And if Stella is the warrior he needs battling by his side. 

Blood & Bones: Trip is the first book in the Blood Fury MC series. As always, this book has no cheating, no cliffhanger, and has an HEA. While it’s recommended to listen to my Brothers in Blue series first, it’s not necessary.

©2020 Jeanne St. James (P)2021 Jeanne St. James

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  • Kali Martinez
  • 2021-09-25

Am now a fan of MC audiobooks

I wasn't really a fan of MC audiobooks to begin with simply because it seems like a lot of them try to be SOA knockoffs and the subject matter is so damn dark. I like the Trip has a checkered past but he's not a bad guy, just a guy who made mistakes and did his time and is now trying to fix something that crashed and burned. I'm a fan of Trip and Stella for sure, Stella is tough woman who is certainly pushed to her breaking point, and is, like a lot of us, very hesitant to ask for help because she either doesn't believe anyone can or will and because she doesn't want to be in anyones debt. It's hard to admit to yourself that you're not cutting it, her own history is very sad but not so sad as it feels like moving on is inappropriate. It's good to see her and Trip repair their relationship and the background of the story with Trips pursuit to mixing the MC isn't a huge distraction. Not too much drama but a good story for sure. The narration is great and both narrators captures the characters perfectly, My only problem is that there are only a few books out of the series translated to audiobooks, I'm going to need a more substantial fix. Trip & Stella all the way. Worth the credit again and again.

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  • Lady Lovely
  • 2021-05-11

Boring Not enough dialog

Boring 😴. Too much inner monologue. Has the potential to be good if only it had more actual dialog.

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  • Debrasad
  • 2021-05-03

Completely Addictive

If you haven't read or listened to any of Jeanne St. James books you are truly missing out. Blood & Bones : Trip is the story of Trip and Stella both who's parents were part of a motorcycle club that went bad and was dead and buried for 20 years but Trip wanted to bring it back and make it better to create a family without all the bad that had destroyed it the first time. Trip was one man with a vision and built it up bringing together the originals sons and new blood ,to create a brotherhood and found Stella who once was a young girl who followed him around at the club at 11 she would tell him at 15 he would be her husband someday then she was just a annoying little girl to him. Then the club fell apart and he hadn't seen her for twenty years but now the tables have turned and he was pursuing her but they both had troubled past to overcome.This story is emotional, sweet, and it builds great characters that you as a reader or listener will want to keep up with just to find out where they end up. I loved this story and highly recommend it, its excellently written and excellently preformed. I'm a huge fan of Ava Lucas as a narrator and her ability to bring live to the characters. Ava Lucas and J.F Harding's narration of this story is exceptionally preformed I give them 5 stars as well as Jeanne St James

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  • Melimae
  • 2022-02-10

Boring and weird

I made it to chapter 10 before I couldn’t take anymore. It was SLOW. Mostly inner dialogue which I hate. He was a jerk and she was a weak push over. The sex scenes were weird and made me cringe. The narrators were good though. I’d listen to them again.

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  • Rachel
  • 2022-10-02

Ehhhh

The dialogue is cringy. I’m sure it’s someone’s cup of tea, just not mine. It felt like it was being forced to speed up, while also taking to long.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 2022-09-08

trip

this was such a different story. first time ever to hear of an MC starting over with the second generation. action is just so so, romance is just so so. let's see what the second story brings

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 2022-05-25

Very Neanderthal.

The storyline was very Neanderthal. The worst audiobook for me thus far. Will be returning it.

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  • Jason
  • 2022-01-17

good book

awesome. a little heavy on the hard wet stiff stuff... but hey. thatscwhat ya get

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  • Anonymous User
  • 2023-01-15

Great beginning to a new series

Everything was well timed and blended into the introduction of new characters and understanding the 20 year history of what happens was well developed. Definitely worth the credit!

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  • K. S.
  • 2023-01-12

J.F. Harding NEED I SAY MORE?

Since listening to "The Ties That Bind" by D.A. Young I have a thang for MC Romances novels. J.F. Harding has the absolute perfect voice for a biker bad boy turned good(to a degree). Although forceful at times to help his reluctant leading lady their rekindled connection was so worth the listen.