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So glad I read this series in the correct order, you need to and although I did not want to read Sawyer's Novella Devil May Care (Book 3) I am so glad I did, these books all interconnect and we pick up right where we left off.
Malice my favourite man makes an appearance again and little Mack is just a gorgeous boy and Ramona really shines as a beautiful mom but also a woman who needs a man that wants her physically as well as emotionally. You really understand her relationship more with Sawyer in this story and I can further see Sawyers need with Ramona but really he is a haunted dark character.
The sexual tension and chemistry between Ty and Ramona keeps you on your toes and ultimately when they finalise the transaction so to speak, my god - Hawt but geez Max Henry makes the characters and us wait forever for the final release!!
The biggest part of this story that I truly loved was Ramona's place within this extended family, she was an integral part of this MC group and I am sure she will fit perfectly into the Butcher Boys family too.
Again lots of action, drama, tension, humour and in the end family ties that bind these butcher boys together - another great instalment in this series.
Okay, admission first – I have previously started two other books by Max Henry and couldn’t really get into them. It may have been my mood at the time, who knows, but I took a risk reading this one. I’m glad I did as I really enjoyed it. Suffice to say I haven’t read the previous books in this series but I didn’t really feel like I missed out on anything and I didn’t feel there were any major spoilers in this book, I managed with no problems to fill in gaps here and there.
I felt this was a little different from your average MC book, Ty isn’t really an MC character but he’s quite immersed in the lifestyle. Ramona is an ex old lady with strong ties to the club. I found both characters to be emotionally heavy but I felt a little disconnected to Ramona. I don’t know why. I think maybe that the quickness of their relationship threw me off a little. It was extremely deep extremely quickly. Plus she had conflicted feelings, and sometimes the way she treated Ty left a lot to be desired.
There’s a scene in the book that absolutely put the fear of God into me (you’ll know when you get there) and I really have to take my hat off to Max for the way in which it was written. It really did pull the fear out of me. It’s one thing I need in a book, the emotion and I think it was well captured in this book.
I’d definitely recommend this, I’m going to go back to the books I have already and try again to read them as I feel like I’m missing out by not giving them another chance.
I'm finding it hard to write anything more for this review, as I've said everything I want to say about this book for the previous 3 in the "Butcher Boys" series... I don't want to copy & paste my last few reviews here...
I love Max's writing style, the realistic characters & romance between them all, it's not your normal boy meets girls, she's swept off her feet, they lived happily ever after type romance... it's more real, grity, & you have to work for it, but once it's discovered, WOW. I don't want this series to end, Max keeps introducing new characters that pop out & you start wondering who they are, what's their story...
The prologue – so good, a proper pep talk to rival the best motivational speech…..Shia LeBeouf take note (have you not heard this? Google!)
I really like Mona, her and Ty were just adorable. Is it weird that I also loved Sawyer though he is a maniac, well sort of?! But my favorite was King – I so want Kings book! Him and Elena were just so fiery – their book will be explosive!
I really enjoyed reading this story. It was my first Butcher Boy and I am now intrigued about the others!