Saturday, March 8, 2014

Kim Jone-Saving Dallas Forever (Saving Dallas #3)

Adult Romance-18+ biker

Dallas Knox finally has it all-a man who loves her unconditionally, a relationship with her new found sister and an MC family who has proven their loyalty time and again. Things are looking up for the CEO who was once a lonely woman filled with bitterness and resentment. The MC life has taught her what it means to be a part of something special. They have broken down her walls and filled her heart with empathy and compassion, resulting in Dallas becoming a person she can be proud of. But, when Luke is called to join forces with the Devil’s Renegades Lake Charles Chapter against another MC, Dallas will have to start all over-building relationships with a whole new group of ol’ ladies whose trust she has to earn. Not only is Dallas battling relationships inside the club, but ghosts of her past have come back to haunt her. Will the life she has chosen be enough to keep the demons at bay? Or is the desire for forever too far out of reach?

{4 stars}

Dallas did the unthinkable to save herself and her sister, And now she finds herself trying to figure out the intricate path to living the life of the Presidents ol' lady. The rules in the MC are difficult and not always logical. They revolve around respect and hierarchy in the MC.  But she has her MC "sisters" to help guide her, sometimes. Dallas has to earn her place among them just as much as her place by Luke's side. Can't she ever catch a break? Plus, Charlie Lott is us to his plotting again. He just can't seem to let go of Dallas.

Under all the layer of mystery and MC drama, is Luke and Dallas. Their passion and chemistry is amazing to watch. I don't agree with a plot point that I won't give away, but it didn't take away from the story as a whole. Though I will say that I didn't "hang" on every word of this one like I did the first 2, but I still love Dallas and Luke. The MC "cast" of characters are becoming important personalities in the overall series, and I look forward to reading Red's story.

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