Review: All That Shatters

All That Shatters All That Shatters by James Cox
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

The Romance Review

And so it comes to an end, the Mars colony finally destroyed the planet and there is nowhere to go but home. The last three ships containing the remaining folks are heading to Earth. It is a full evacuation. Full disclosure, I missed book four so I may be missing a few pertinent details. Still, this book can be read as long as the first three books are read.

This book finally focuses on Elric, the good and quiet one. He's the nice guy who is everyone's friend. Unfortunately, this means he is the last choice when it comes to being chosen as a lover. This is, until he is left as the last survivor on Mars with Max. Due to the conspiracy which is still unresolved, Elric may never make it home to his fathers' planet. With a little bit of luck and a mechanic with a desire to live, the two of them figure their way off the planet. In the middle of all of this, they find some time to have a little fun.

Sometimes when two people survive a life or death situation, they bond. Elric and Max definitely bond and it is sweet. Their dynamic is more lighthearted and fun compared to some of the stories, despite the dire ride back to Earth, as they are able to learn more about each other. What was also amusing is Max's fear of flying in a space ship as they hurtled through space.

This story comes to a conclusion all too quickly. The reunion between fathers and son is joyful with a bit of suspense. This does not come as a surprise. But all's well and the Sons of Outlaws have a whole new planet to break hearts and plow through men. This series has been a fun one as a spin off from the original. Mr. Cox does a lovely job of entwining erotica with humour and fun. His characters are bad boys with hearts of gold. Recommended to m/m readers who enjoy space faring motorcycle clubs. 

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