Saturday, May 31, 2014

C.M. Stunich-Craving Me, Desiring You (Triple M #4)

Austin and Amy have had a whirlwind romance – sexy biker boy meets innocent Southern girl. But relationships grow and change, and the true test of love is seeing if it can roll with the punches. As President of Triple M, Austin has a lot of new responsibilities. The club is transitioning from their nomadic lifestyle and just in time, too.

Austin may have more to worry about than just motorcycles, madness, and money. Something new, something blue, and something...else... And it's not just Beck and Tease's exciting news that's getting to him. Austin Sparks has never been a single woman man and now, it's looking like he's forever going to be.

Austin loves Amy, but can he make the ultimate commitment? And at the same time demons are howling around, threatening to tear their new security apart? The past has a way of catching up with us, and Triple M has its fair share of devils. Broken Dallas and Bested by Crows aren't convinced that revenge is a dish best served cold. Not by a long shot.

It would be a shame if Amy had to pay the ultimate price for it.

{4 stars}
This has never been your typical MC series. They were a nomadic bunch, so there was no "clubhouse" drama, womanizing parties, etc. But they did get into a lot of usual MC trouble with other MC's. That being said, I'm sure it is always difficult to end a series, when do you let it go because it will become stale and boring. Or do you end it before the whole story is really told (in the readers opinion). I think this one ended at just the right time, there really isn't much more you can do with this one except give us a couple more "couples". And I think that would have pushed it into boring. As it was I didn't quite "buy" this one. As much as I love Austin, Amy and the crew, it just seemed forced in some way. The down home southern sayings and "sugar" endearments was a little to much for me, it didn't work. And the constant war with the other merged MC was a lost cause set on repeat. Liked it, didn't love it, but it does give the reader a nice tidy ending that everyone will enjoy.

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