Friday, February 26, 2016

Review: Saving Dallas: Making the Cut by Kim Jones

Publication Date: 9/19/2013

Series: Saving Dallas #2
Rating: 5 Stars

Official Blurb:

She went searching for a one night stand and ended up falling in love with Luke Carmical, President of the Devil’s Renegades Motorcycle Club. Now she must decide how to handle the aftermath of Frankie’s brutal assault and the knowledge that Luke has been lying to her- about everything. Secrets are revealed and more lies exposed as Dallas Knox, CEO of Knox Companies, becomes more involved in the MC. She wonders if this life is enough for her, if this family is really what she wants. When circumstances present her with an unusual twist of fate, Dallas knows without a doubt, thatthis is the family she has longed for. New problems occur, traumatic events take place and lives hang in the balance as Dallas has to decide what is really most important in life. 

The journey is long. 

The outcome is uncertain. 

Can she Make the Cut?

Holy hell!!! If I didn’t love Luke anymore… I think I just handed my heart over to him on a platter.  Just take it, Luke.  You’ve had it from your first spoken word.  I honestly think Kim Jones is trying to kill me with Luke’s mood swings and sexy as sin romantic tendencies.  For the first time in a very long time, I have been jealous of a fictional character! 

Making the Cut picks up right as we left off with Dallas and her backstory secrets spilling out like rain from a spring storm.  There were so many times I actually gasped as the plot cards were laid out that I ended up with a sore throat after finishing this book.   We do get a little bit of a surprise with Red’s POV being added to this novel.  Having that spunky, foul mouth biker queen’s view makes this literary marvel closer to perfection. From tears to swears to straight up swooning, Jones kept me on the edge of my seat and drooling for more.   I do love how in depth Jones takes the MC family life and shows the brotherhood side more than most other MC authors.   Now… onto Book #3!

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