Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Title: Making the Cut
Series: Sons of Templar MC #1
Author: Anne Malcom

Gwen Alexandra does not need a man in her life. Especially not a man who looks like Chris Hemsworth and Joe Manganiello's love child. One wearing leather, riding a Harley, and covered in tattoos. 

Gwen can bet every pair of her Manolos that Cade Fletcher is trouble. From the moment she meets him, the attraction sizzles between them. Gwen has a problem when it comes to attractive men in motorcycle clubs. The last one she got involved with almost killed her. 

After healing physically, Gwen decides to get a new start in a small town, half a country away from the man who nearly cost her her life. She isn't in town five minutes when she runs into Cade, a man that is too sexy and dangerous for his own good. 

She tries to keep away from him, to ignore the attraction between them. But the biker has other ideas, soon she is in way over her head. Her heart, and her life are in danger once again.


Making the Cut begins with Gwen moving to a new town away from everything she's been through the last year. She's ready to start over in her new life with her best friend following her, but there's a huge problem. On her first day in town she ends up meeting a man who terrifies her, and thrills her all in a few seconds. The main issue is this man is part of the local motorcycle club, and Gwen is already getting flashbacks. 

But as time goes on and she tries to stay away that becomes increasingly hard as she falls for Cade every time she's around him. 

Add in some best friend drama, crazy biker people, and you've got an intriguing, crazy journey to explore. 

This book was actually very good. I thoroughly enjoyed it! I was a little worried because my experience with biker books is either hit or miss, and this one was totally a hit. 

I thought the characters were great, and truly very wonderful together. 

I will say the only thing that bothered me at times was the "other" women at the club. That was annoying, especially towards the end. But, I liked how this one ended, even though it was sad at times. 

I look forward to reading more in this series. 
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