Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Review: Making the Cut

Making the Cut Making the Cut by Anne Malcom
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This book is the first in the Sons of Templar MC series and it is a great way to kick off a bad (you know what) series. While you don’t have to have any background on this MC to love this story, I had read a duet by this author and couldn’t wait to get my hands on this series to find out about these bad boy, Alpha men we all love to read. Again, you do not need to read any other books by this author; however, I will say you will probably be adding her to your TBR list cause they are that good. From the moment, you begin reading the story you are hooked with not only the main characters, but the secondary characters as well.
We met Gwen and Cade in this story. These two are completely opposite like night and day, angel and the devil and so on, but they are perfect for each other. Gwen had a prior bad experience with a former MC and that is mildly putting this and moved across the country to start over. While she holds onto some trauma from this, she does an awesome job of starting over. From the moment Cade sees Gwen she does something to him that no MC bad boy ever sees. He will stop at nothing including her past to show her that he is the real deal.
Gwen and her BF, Amy are hilarious and very feisty. I will say that boy did Gwen love her white color with Pink being a close second. They easily adapted to a small-town life when they are so out of their element it was funny sometimes. There wasn’t all peaches and cream in this story and you will weep quite a few times not only from Gwen and Cades story, but from Amy as well. I so wish I could say more, but that would mean spoilers and you are not getting any spoilers from me.
You will feel the love and intense passion that Cade has for Gwen. When they said, opposites attract, they aren’t kidding cause these two are completely opposite, but perfect for each other. From the moment, the word “Babe” left Cade’s mouth you will swoon each time you hear that. Although Gwen saying, “Honey” is funny being spoken to a bad boy MC VP. This story was no easy ride and those tiny bumps that occurred would have you grasping for more hoping that this story didn’t head south. There were a few dark moments, but put this aside and you will see a heart-wrenching five star read.
I’m excited to read on in this series not only about Amy, but when we get to Bull’s story as well cause if you met them you know you are in for one heck of a ride. Haven’t met them, then I highly recommend you add this series to your TBR list.

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