The Mechanic is broken up into two stories: the main one, Mechanic, and a bonus story at the end for the sheriff. Also, if you aren’t into instant love then walk away because this will leave you feeling the ewww feeling.
Going into this I didn’t know it was part of a series called Breeding. If I had known, then I probably would have chucked the book. I just wanted to read about a blue collar mechanic being all alpha with the pretty girl who comes into his shop. I got something so different and in no way did I enjoy it.
The Mechanic starts off with Penelope hearing a noise in her Porsche as she drives into town in time for her wedding in a week. She wouldn’t have known she was getting married unless she received the invitation. The ultimatum from her father is to marry or never see her grandmother again.
Paine is the mechanic and owns his own shop. He sees Penelope, nicknames her Duchess and decides she is his. Not much on the thought process because it is instant love. All he wants is to put his cum in her and breed her. Oh, he loves her and will take care of her, but it seems all animalistic on making babies.
There is no real depth to this story. It’s about banging the Duchess and breeding her. You heard me right, breeding. Not let’s make a baby because we love each other. He starts off several times just doing alpha like stuff to her before he takes her home to show her a good time. He is all jealous of the fiance and knows she isn’t going to marry him, but not before he makes her want him.
It’s lines like this that had me cringing as I read. Breeding quotes like this just made me want to put on a chastity belt.
Or these romantic words….
So great literary work…this isn’t. I don’t remember wanting to have my womb covered in cum to be bred when I was having kids. Nope, that would have had me laughing in his face and running a far away as I could.
The second story is about Penelope’s brother who falls in love with the female mechanic. It is really short and I ended up skimming it just so I could close this book forever. Also a breeder book…it is all about breeding like these women are animals.
So while the cover is a yummy mess, the story is even worse. Glad it was on my Kindle Unlimited and not something I paid for the unenjoyment to read.
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