Title: All That Shatters: Sons of Outlaws book 5
Author: James Cox
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Release Date: May 29, 2017
Genre(s): Gay Paranormal Romance
Page Count: 63 pages
Reviewed by: Natosha
Heat Level: 4.5 flames out of 5
Rating: 5 stars out of 5
This is the end of the Outlaw MC on Mars.
Elric is the classic good guy, always doing the right thing and always coming in last. An attack from a trusted friend leaves Elric broken, shot and on the verge of death. His biggest regret is not warning his club that a rat is heading toward Earth, about to kill a member of the Outlaw MC.
Max is a simple mechanic with a big problem. He’s afraid of flying so when the ships leave for earth he stays behind, content to die with the big red planet. But then he finds an injured Outlaw member.
Now it’s a race to get off the dying planet and save their club. Can they return home before all they love is shattered?
This is book five in this series. It was the best of all of them but also the most surprising.
Honestly I loved Elric and Max. They, in my opinion had the hardest battle ahead of hem th n all of the others. Not only was Elric injured and almost killed by betrayer but they also had to figure out a way to get to Earth and warn everyone about the betrayal and off of Mars before Mars ends up killing them.
The problem is there is only one spacecraft left was because it was not exactly in working conditions. Max and Elric both had to work hard and fast to get the spacecraft back in working conditions before the next storm can take them out and before the betrayer are able to get to Justice, the planets president.
As the danger increases so do the sparks between them fly. Can these two men get done what they need to do? Can they make it to Earth safely and warn everyone in time.
I believe this is the last book in this series but I seriously hope not because this is an amazing series and I believe there is so much more left of these men’s stories, especially Justice.
This book was the best of all the others and even though some parts broke my heart I still would not have James Cox change a thing about it. My only hope is there will be more to come in the future.