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Existential (Fallen Aces MC Book 4) by [Henry, Max]
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Book 4 of 5 in Fallen Aces MC (5 Book Series)

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  • Language: English
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I adore this series so much and this book is another example of a brilliant read. It's brilliantly written , the characters are great and the story line is tense but with a touch of humour.
This book is focused on Hooch and Dagne , but it's much more than that . It's a journey of discovery and a road to recovery. Having suffered from depression myself , this book portrays it so well and is fantastic. A must read.
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"I sold my soul for the safety of those I love, and I traded my principles for a promise of no more pain. I loved and I lost, and it damned near killed me.
What's worse, is I wake up every morning wishing it had.
If this is life, I'm done living it."

Lost to his grief, buried in his addictions, drowning in his fear Hooch is a broken man pretending that he's ok. Left reeling from the repercussions of his actions to defeat the threat to his club and his brothers he struggles daily sigh the acts he committed and the threat isn't over...it's only just begun. Who to trust and who to doubt is an age old riddle when you can't even believe the image in the mirror staring back at you. Desperate times calls for desperate measures but can the answer really be wrapped up in a small and attractive wandering soul?

Dagne is free yet trapped by her past, wandering from place to place looking for something she cannot name or dare to believe in. Fragile in appearance her inner strength is immeasurable as she finds herself in the middle of an MC. A total stranger to the way if life she learns fast and spin becomes Hooch's beacon in the darkness. Broken pieces drawn to pain buried in each others gaze, can she help him rediscover the man he dreamt of becoming before he just himself in a nightmare?

The Fallen Aces have had a hard time, between the DEA, the Koreans and the devil himself Carlos...their problems have been never ending. With the loss high their club has been forever changed by their experiences. But the threat isn't over; a new faceless, nameless power thirsty player is on the scene looking to take over. Ruthlessly taking over the drug supply in the area the club has to work fast to shut the new danger down...but are they looking in the wrong places?
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Okay so I’ve given myself 24 hours to try and find some words about this book and I’m still completely speechless.

I absolutely loved Hooch! I knew from the snippets of him we’ve seen in previous books that his story would be amazing!

Oh, he is so beautifully broken. He’s not twisted like Sawyer, but who is or could be, he’s broken, grieving. I know from pretty early on that this was gonna be an emotional mess, and it was, in the best way.

Another tricky back story and difficult subject matter handled so elegantly, with tact and decorum. If you can say that about MC life lol

Max really knows how to tell a story and there is so much happening in this book. Not just the emotional onslaught but absolutely action packed too!

This is a fantastic story of love. Love isn’t just handed to us on a silver platter, we’ve got to earn it and we’ve got to make it work. One of my favourite sayings is that nothing worth doing is easy. And Hooch and Dagne sure as hell ain’t got life easy!

“We’ve got the pieces, babe. We just need to figure out how they all work together.”
I’ve loved all of Maxs’ books and this is no different. I particularly like the end of the acknowledgements, strange I know. That the final piece of the book I get to read is about her and her life, a little slip of the author as a person behind the book is really lovely and a perfect ending!
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