Title: Sons of Earth (Sons of Outlaws #1)
Author: James Cox
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Release Date: October 20, 2016
Genre(s): Gay Science Fiction
Page Count: 83 pages
Reviewed by: Natosha
Heat Level: 4.5 flames out of 5
Rating: 5 stars out of 5
Twenty years after the Outlaw MC series…their children may not know the cost of war but they will know terror when Mars starts to reject humanity.
President of the Outlaw MC of mars has a son. One that matches his temperament and the ability to find himself in trouble wherever he goes. Arie likes the notoriety that being in a biker club offers but being the oldest son of the founding member are big shoes to fill. When a quake makes the sleepy city on mars rumble, Arie and his best friend Kavin are drinking in an off limits spaceship. An unexpected kiss, followed by the quake in an old spaceship makes for a hell of a mistake. They take off without any ability to control the ship. Their destination? Earth.
There’s a lack of clothing, earth animals and a growing relationship between the two men that leaves Arie confused on his future but none of that compares to the dangers. Arie must now face a beast that nearly killed his father…
Wow!!! This was such an adventurous read. I enjoyed every minute of it. You never knew what coming next because at each turn of the page there was something new happening.
Ariel has always viewed himself as straight. Though he does not have an issue with anyone that is gay. Especially seeing as how he has three dads and his best friend is gay also. But Arie is one of those types of people who seems to get into trouble at each turn he takes even without looking for it. Trouble just seems to constantly find him.
After once again having trouble find him, with his help this time, Arie and his best friend Kavin decide to go to the old space ship and hang out. While there they decide why not get drunk to top the day off. This is where all the next round of trouble seems to find Arie once again.
After playing around, like normal, Kevin decides to go for it and finally do the one thing he has always thought about doing to Arie. So he kisses him. To say Arie is surprised is an understatement but it was not like he did not enjoy it. But what neither of h m do enjoy is the fact that as soon as they finish the kiss, for some reason the ground on Mars starts to do something it has never done before and that is shake.
One kiss. The ground shaking. And now a space ship that has not been used in many years that seems to be working just fine has taken off once the ground quit shaking and you have a recipe for adventure and most likely in Arie’s case a lot of trouble.
This book was such a fantastic read. There was not a dull moment in this read. Every time you turned a page something was happening and situations that did not seem so bad turned for the worst at the drop of a hat. This was a fantastic read and I enjoyed every minute of it. I really look forward to reading the rest of the books in this series as soon as possible.