Monday, March 10, 2014

Title: Saving Dallas Forever
Series: Saving Dallas, #3
Author: Kim Jones
Rating: 4 Shooting Stars

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?

Saving Dallas forever is basically about the conclusion of Luke and Dallas. They still have a few things to end until they have their HEA together. Not only does Dallas have to deal with nightmares, club woman, but she has to deal with secrets Luke is keeping from her. She knows she loves him, and him her, but she has to prove that she will be the woman he needs her to be to continue in their journey. 

 This book was a disappointment. I didn't really get the point of it at all. One thing Luke did almost halfway through that I felt was just uncalled for because he went a little over the top with it. If he hadn't done it the way he did it then it wouldn't have bothered me, but that was just ridiculous. Then after that in a diner with his brothers, and the ol ladys watching.. I mean it wasn't much but it was still kind of dumb so I didn't really get what it had to do with the story at all anyways. It felt like the author just threw that in to add more drama but it didn't really amount to anything at all. Other wise the ending was okay, but not great. So I'm saying that this is my least favorite of this series, but the book was still over all okay. Because it was interesting to see Dallas with the ol ladys and the drama that ensued from that was interesting. If there is more in this series I probably won't be reading it.



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