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This book is a good read, but it has a lot of repetitive paragraphs just to make the book longer resulting in me skipping over parts of the book. A little more background on Mary's father and his "business" would have stretched out the book and made it more intriguing. A background on how the father and Maximo became acquainted with each other, maybe??
After what seems like a lot of sexual foreplay in the previous books. Knives and Mary finally voice their true feelings for each other. After having another of their fights, Knives bails Mary out of jail after being arrested for reckless speeding. Knives decides he is going to teach her a lesson and takes her for ride on his bike into the desert, where Knives bikes gets blown up and they run into a storm that turns deathly. While staying in a old barn while waiting out the storm they discover their true feelings for each other. And tell each other about their past lives. Knives tells her about his parents and sister deaths, and his foster brother Mason and how he feels responsible for his death. And how everybody he cares about leaves him. Mary tells him about how for 12 years her father the Preacher sexually abused her until she ran away. Which is how she ended up in New Jersey where the Ruthless Kings Vegas Chapter rescue her and the others. So they decide to give their new relationship a chance or do the forces above have other plans for the couple. All I can said is Seer has one of his visions and I will leave it for you to read and find out. We also gets to see some tender moments for Sarah and Reaper over their baby. Also Tongue and Happy are having a good time with Maximo minus some body parts. If you love the other Ruthless Kings stories, you will enjoy Knives. So settle in and start reading to find out if Knives and Mary will get their Happy Ever After.
I read this via my ku subscription and am leaving my review voluntarily. This story is part of the ongoing Ruthless Kings MC series.
Triggers: murder, violence, torture, sexual assault
Spoilers: Knives, his family died, lived in foster care. was bullied. his foster brother saved him and he went to live with the Ruthless Kings.
Mary, grew up with her Pastor father, but things aren't what they seem. She ended up at the Atlantic City Ruthless Kings and they were bad, selling girls. She is rescued by the Las Vegas Ruthless Kings.
Mary and Knives have chemistry. Alot of back and forth between them. Action. Sexy time. HEA
Great book. So glad to get Knives & Mary's story. They were so different yet so alike, they were perfect for each other. After the horrible childhood that Thomas aka Knives had he deserved happiness. And poor Mary, she grew up with all the riches and whatever she could want/need. Except it was all behind rose colored glasses. She was mistreated and abused by the people who were supposed to love and care for her. I'm happy they get their HEA & I can't wait to see what happens next with our Ruthless Kings. Definitely recommend this book and the rest of the series as well. You will not be disappointed!
This one was hard to get into for me. The ending also pissed me off and felt pointless. I wanted to like this one but for some reason i just found myself kind of bored. I didn't really like Reapers book but that one i liked better than this book. Maybe it's because both Knives and Mary were always background characters in previous books. The were never pushed into the front any of the past books. Tank and Braveheart have more spotlight time than either of this books MCs in previous books. I wasn't really invested in them as a couple. I'll give it 3 stars because it isn't a bad book. It just didn't get me to care about the main characters relationship.
The latest installment of the Ruthless Kings follows loved characters Knives and Mary, the first who tries not to feel, the later who just wants to live and feel. This book is loaded full of twists and turns as the duo’s pasts seem to entwine. Join the thrilling ride as the newest couple fight: themselves, each other and where they came from to get to a seemingly fragile future. Did the two fight their powerful attraction for too long that they loose out on what little time they have left? This page turner kept me riveted and awake at night just begging for one more page. As always K.L Savage creates realistic and gritty characters that you just can’t help but to root for. Even when the novel was over, I had to indulge in reading it once more to make sure I didn’t miss any of the chaotic ride. Knives is going to be a book that I keep coming back to over and over again.
You have done it again! This one left me in tears. Oh the anxiety, another amazingly written book in the Ruthless Kings MC series. I was so worried this might be the last book but with the tiny cliff hanger I know there is another one coming. I’m not ready to say goodbye to my Ruthless family. Knives story wasn’t as intense as Docs but still has the fire 🔥 that each and every Ruthless book brings. You always leave me wanting one more... until the next one....
K.L. Savage has done it again. Knives was amazing. Mary and Knives have been through ALOT and been hurt. Mary has run away from it and Knives with the help of club became stronger. After their kiss they played the hard to get. But once they got together they fought for their love. They had to fight against things that thrown their way. I loved catching up with with all the brothers and their old lady’s. I highly recommend this book.
After Tongue, I didn't think it could get any better. However, K.L. dose it again. Knives had it rough growing up and had only one person he could count on. Once that person was gone he was alone until Mary moves into the clubhouse. She is a trouble maker and works to keep a Ruthless man on his toes. This is the first book from K.L. that I read twice in one week. Love it!