Saturday, February 27, 2016

Review: Saving Dallas Forever by Kim Jones

Publication Date: 3/3/2014
Series: Saving Dallas #3
Rating: 4.5 Stars


Official Blurb:

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?

Just when you think Luke and Dallas’ happiness would finally settle into romantic peaceful bliss, Kim Jones takes you on one last thrill ride of epic proportions. From the very first chapter I knew that Dallas’ life would be further put on the line for her club family.  There were so many times as I read along that I thought Dallas would just walk away from it all.  She is now the President’s ol’ lady, but at the same time, she is still an outsider.  The other ol’ ladies are cutthroat and have been a part of the MC lifestyle far longer than Dallas.  She has some learning curves to understand and at times, I felt like I want to ring Red’s neck for the way she acted.  I loved Red, but her attitude really grated on my nerves in this book.

Being pissed off seemed to be the theme for my emotions while I read Saving Dallas Forever. Dallas and Luke both struggled to understand each other’s needs in the midst of chaos. Love is hard enough without the threat of life and loss biting at their heels.  Yet, love that is easy is not always meant to be and that is one of many reasons that I love this series.  If you add up all the emotions both good and bad that I have felt while binge reading these novels, you would find a MC Romance series that would be moving into the top 5 of my all-time favorite book series. I will admit that as this book ended I was sad to see Luke and Dallas go, but knowing that Red is waiting for me is brighter way end my journey with them.  

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