Book 2, Burning Saints MC
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18+ for language and sexual situations…
The Burning Saints Motorcycle Club is the only family Clutch has known, and violence his only stock and trade. Humanity has handed him nothing but pain struggle, and he’s come to expect even less from it. As an orphan, he’s always found it easier to bond with machines than with people. Now his club family is in danger of losing its way, its identity, even its very existence.
Dr. Gina Gardner is newly single, completely unprepared to mingle, and as it turns out, cannot sing and safely operate a motor vehicle at the same time. What she craves is time away to figure out what she wants. What she just might get, however, is a detour to what she needs.
When Clutch and Gina find themselves at the same crossroad will they speed by each other, collide in a fiery crash, or blaze a new trail together?
I wasn’t sure about Clutch after reading Minus, but I really enjoyed him here. Gina just seemed too indecisive to me, and for a professional in her 30’s she seemed much younger. Clutch is struggling with the changes in the club because he is unsure of his place there now. He thought Gina was unavailable, but unbeknownst to him she is recently divorced, and their plan for a one night stand doesn’t go the way they expect. So overall I really liked this book, and will start reading Ropes today.
Clutch is book 2 in the Burning Saints MC series. And basically picks up where Minus left off. Personally, I recommend reading these two in order.
I have admit I absolutely love Clutch/Nicky. The MC under Cutter’s leadership is all Clutch has known. But times are changing in more ways than one. Eldie and Clutch make a unique pair. Eldie/Gina is the perfect offset for Clutch. So much is changing in his world he seems a bit lost at times. She makes him want to be a better man.
This book threw me a few curves. Things happened I didn’t expect. (But I do love the Pink Priest, hope those characters/place will be back. Jimmy is too funny.) Some curves I didn't like, some I loved, but, hey, that's a sign of a good book. The Burning Saints MC series has quickly become a favorite. Now, I'm off to start Ropes.