Jase

Jase

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by MariaLisa deMora
     
 

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Meet Jase Spencer.

He's just your everyday kinda guy, a hard-partying, hard-living professional hockey player. Nothin' special.

Good-looking and ripped, the man has moves, on and off the ice. But, he's also jaded and alone, and tired of living out of suitcases.

For as long as he can remember, hockey has ruled his life. He's chased pucks across more than a dozen

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Meet Jase Spencer.

He's just your everyday kinda guy, a hard-partying, hard-living professional hockey player. Nothin' special.

Good-looking and ripped, the man has moves, on and off the ice. But, he's also jaded and alone, and tired of living out of suitcases.

For as long as he can remember, hockey has ruled his life. He's chased pucks across more than a dozen countries, and had his pick of women in any town he visits.

Then he met HER. And now, he's about to turn his life upside down because of HER. Because he can't get the one night of passion he shared with a smokin' hot biker babe out of his head. Unfortunately, DeeDee wasn't interested in anything long term, and she's gone before he's ready.

Life becomes complicated and difficult when Jase is traded to another team, and as he tries to settle in his new hometown, everything seems to conspire against him, determined to go wrong.

Dancing around their mutual attraction, one day he and DeeDee find themselves face-to-face and body-to-body, but will they be able to set aside their past pain and focus on the future they could make together? Can he make her reconsider her relationship fears and trust him?

Jase is on a mission to show her what they have together is worth fighting for, to convince her to take a chance on him. His attempts will bring him squarely into the path of a motorcycle club, earning him the attention of Mason, president of the Rebel Wayfarers MC.

Jase says, "Bring it on."

You miss 100% of the shots you never take. - Wayne Gretzky

*Please note this book is part of the Rebel Wayfarers MC book series, featuring characters from additional books in the series. If the books are read out of order, you'll twig to spoilers for the other books, so going back to read the skipped titles won't have the same angsty reveals. I strongly recommend you read them in order. Available now: Mica (book #1), Slate (book #2), Bear (book #3), Jase (book #4), Gunny (book #5). Upcoming titles in the series include: Mason (book #6), Hoss (book #7), Duck (book #8), Watcher (book #9), and Bones (book #10).

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780990447368
Publisher:
MLK Publishing
Publication date:
04/23/2015
Pages:
380
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.78(d)

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Jase 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Anonymous 11 months ago
I don't know how this book got good ratings. Writing style was horrible and all over the place; hard to get a feel for the story. A lot of dumb internal dialog by the male lead. Couldn't bring myself to finish this book, it was that bad......
Theresa-Martin More than 1 year ago
Jase Spencer is a professional hockey player. He’s introduced as Daniel’s best friend and teammate in the first book in this series, Mica. In that book, you see him as a hard-working and even harder-playing hockey player. He’s enjoying the spoils of his career and making no excuses about it. He loves his life, but he wants more than a string of one-night stands. Jase isn’t a member of the MC, but the unofficial team bar, Jackson’s is the MC’s, and his team loves the comradery there, and they all get along great. DeeDee has suffered loss in her past, and she’s not looking to complicate her settled life. Jase meets DeeDee, and there’s an instant attraction. After a night together, DeeDee decides to move on, but she’s gotten under Jase’s skin. Clearly the sex was hot, but DeeDee has issues with Jase being more than 20 years younger than her. Jase doesn’t see that as a problem, and he sets out to show her that it isn’t. It was sweet to see Jase court DeeDee, and she deserved it all. This isn’t a typical MC book with the usual “club business” going on, but you still get to see the gang and catch up on what’s happening with them. Jase is the fourth book in the Rebel Wayfarer’s MC series. I received this ARC for an honest review, and I give it 4 stars.
asgoodrich More than 1 year ago
I do believe that I now have a favorite book in the series. I have loved each book in the Rebel Wayfarers MC series but Jase has surpassed them all. Ms. deMora has managed to combine just the right amount of sports romance and MC romance to give me the best of both worlds with this book. As expected, the author adds some seriously hot sex scenes between a sexy as sin hockey player and a sassy yet vulnerable biker babe that nearly had my Kindle overheating. All that along with some MC action, humor, family-building, and appearances by characters from previous books made for an engrossing read. As it has been several months since I read the first three books in the series, I only vaguely remembered Jase and had no recollection of DeeDee when I began the book. But this mattered very little as each character quickly pulled me into their story on their own merit. One of the many things I enjoy about Ms. deMora’s writing is that she starts each couples’ story at the beginning, before they meet, so that if you pick up a book in the middle of the series you will know all you need to know about the main players in that installment. Despite knowing this about her books, I was not prepared to start off Jase by crying, yet that is exactly what I did when I read DeeDee’s story; in a matter of a few pages, I was heartbroken for her and understood the driving force behind her behavior. I also knew that Jase was going to have a very hard road ahead of him if he intended to make a life with DeeDee, and that was before I was even aware of their age difference. Despite Jase’s repeated assertions throughout the book, I understood her reservations about getting involved with a man 22 years younger than her – a man young enough to be her son. While the support that Jase received from the club was vital, it was his mother’s acceptance and guidance that gave Jase the encouragement he really needed to pursue DeeDee when she kept running and boy could that woman run. Fortunately Jase proved that he could be just as persistent and determined off the ice as he was on the ice and even though it took him longer to make DeeDee his, he finally succeeded. Another aspect of the author’s writing style I enjoy is that Jase, like the other books in the series, unfolds over several years. This allows the author to interweave the stories in such a way that you get to experience scenes playing out from different points of view, yet doing so without feeling too lost because you don’t know what’s going on as you are only aware of what’s occurring from that character’s perspective. I got to “revisit” scenes from previous books to learn what part Jase played in them and will admit that I was both surprised, yet not to see the level of commitment he brought to the Rebel Wayfarers when he became a member (yeah, that was news). Getting to see the connection that Jase now has to Gunny left me chomping at the bit for the next book in the series, but even my desire for Gunny is overshadowed by my NEED for Mason. The continued revelations of just how much an integral part that Mason plays in the lives of his friends and families has me wanting him to find his much deserved happiness, no matter how painful I know that journey will be for him. No doubt about it, Jase is my favorite to-date but I look forward to seeing what Ms. deMora has in store for the rest of the Rebel Wayfarers. I received a complimentary copy of the book in exchange for an honest review.  Reviewed by Angela at Crystal's Many Reviewers!
CoffeeBreakandaGoodBook More than 1 year ago
Jase is completely different from the other books in this series. Jase is a hockey player and not a part of any MC. But, after falling for DeeDee, the widow of a patched member, he gains the attention of Club President, Mason. I loved Mason’s appearance in this book! The way he handles these two is pure perfection! Normally, changing POVs annoy me. But, it only enhanced and made the story that much better! My heart broke for DeeDee – even though there were times where I wanted to smack her upside the head! You wouldn’t know that she is much older than Jase by the way she acted. His sweetness with her was such a turn on…I want a Jase of my own! Even though he is adorably sweet, he is also a true alpha that knows what he wants. And he wants DeeDee for his own. deMora is fantastic at storytelling. I absolutely love that these aren’t your standard macho MC men, but a group of guys who know how to treat their women and what is important in their lives. I LOVED this book! *I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
ReneeEntress More than 1 year ago
5 star I was pulled right into this story. The story flowed well and I was kept interested. The story has laughs, pain, grief, love, and heartbreak. If you have not read the below I would recommend reading those books(s) first Mica (Rebel Wayfarers MC, #1) Slate (Rebel Wayfarers MC, #2) Bear (Rebel Wayfarers MC, #3) This is DeeDee and Jase’s story. Jase would do anything for DeeDee but she thinks he is too young for her.  Jase needs to be closer to her so he can win her over.  With that in mind he transfers teams.  But just when they start to connect she shuts him out.  He is frustrated and so are the MC Brothers.  When he gets hurt will she finally set up and admit that she wants him forever?  Or will she just keep pushing him away.  Will Jase risk reject again for another chance with her? I loved both of these characters. Jase is sweet but tough. You can feel his frustration throughout the story. DeeDee is strong and sweet but also so frustrating. As always you get a ton of the side characters in this story so it’s not just Jase and DeeDee. But all in all I felt I was able to connect with the characters and the story was a great read.  I highly recommend this book and can’t wait for the next story in this series.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved it...Jase is such a sweet guy...it was a great read...love the whole series
Anonymous More than 1 year ago