Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Amy's 4 star Review of Making The Cut (The Sons Of Templar #1) by 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 Manolo's 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, and her heart, and her life are in danger once again.

Making the Cut Book 1 -- The entire series is out. This is a re-release and its good. 
Anne Malcom
4 stars

So this book apparently has been released before without professional editing and such and has now been edited a few things changed and released again. Having said that if you read this book before I don't know that much has changed BUT I would say give it another go because I found it to be a good start to a series. 

There are numerous characters and several that I loved. I was devastated and my heart was broken along with another character who was very intriguing to me. I can't wait to hear her story. (Amy the best friend). Gwen and Cade are our leads in this release. 

The book starts out strong but graphic. It definitely has you holding your breath from the get go. Gwen is in a barbaric situation with her ex. After the event she is trying to start a new life and the first person she meets is a burly biker named Cade. The exact person she is trying to avoid. Now this is a very powerful meet because of the past. 

From this point on the story grows. What I can say is that the story was maybe too drawn out. It seemed liked we were on repeat about mid book. A few things could have potentially been cut and made the book a little more climatic. I was feeling somewhat thank goodness when it finally did hit. I will tell you when it does it's good but it could have been great with a few less chapters in between of the same thing. 

Brock, Steg and a few others are definitely going to catch your attention. I encourage you to keep reading and keep this series on your TBR. Grab it up and take it along to the beach. Anxious to read the second book! Thank you for the chance to read. Review to post to Ramblings From Beneath The Sheets.

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