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3: Bash, Volume III (Rolling Thunder Motorcycle Club) (Volume 5) Paperback – November 14, 2015
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Angelica has had far from a charmed life, but she’s still the princess of the Atlanta RTMC chapter as the daughter of its president Bud. She loves her biker family but has made a decision she wants to live outside that world.
The connection between Bash and Angelica began years ago but since she left for college, they have not been in each other’s lives. Now they are both in Chattanooga and the chemistry is undeniable and irresistible.
I loved the beginning of this story. Some have complained about the story being broken into three books. I HATE serials, but this did not come across as such to me. This story was so complete and involved, it needed to be delivered in snippets. It was NOT someone including a bunch of filler in order to spread a story out and keep charging. This was a nearly 800 page story and every word was necessary and riveting. I simply waited until all three were available and read them back to back.
Absolutely worth it!
(I AM INCLUDING THIS REVIEW ON ALL THREE BOOKS)
With all three installments of Bash now released, I decided to re-read Duke and Brain before diving into Bash. Now that I’m done, I’m still trying to process what I just read. Ms. Blevins definitely added a lot more BDSM into Bash than she has previously in this series. At times I felt like I had stepped into one of her Safeword books which I liked, but went a bit beyond my BDSM comfort zone. Just a warning, Bash gets rough. Really, really rough. No doubt, a lot of the sex scenes were hot, but several made me a tad uncomfortable.
There was a lot going on in this installment, maybe too much. Angelica found her brain and she also found her inner tough girl. I loved her solution to the kidnapping. Bash and Angelica’s relationship had too much back and forth going on. At one point I was thinking someone needed to fish or cut bait, but for the love of God, just quit adding in issues. Then there was the whole Dawg thing (actually, I kind of liked that one!). Add in the police department problems, Randall and his crazy pack rules mess, and Teresa the abused wolf who’s decided to be a hooker….just trust me, it was a freaking lot to keep up with. By the time this final installment ended, I was happy but there was just sooooo much of it that it started dragging.
Bash’s story was good, I just think making it into three installments allowed room for a lot of content not pivotal to the plot. With the content edited down, we would have been left with a fantastic story presented in its entirety in one book. The edited content could then have made great starting points for future stories. Overall, I enjoyed it, I loved seeing old friends, and can’t wait to read the next one.
As always, I love the strength of the main characters, especially the female character (Angel). She is smart and strong and secure, and is all of those things such that she can lean when she needs to. There is no silly affectation; quite the opposite, actually. And did I say smart?...
Bash is her equal in every way except...when he's not. I love the bits when he's not, just so we are clear. I stand in unabashed appreciation of the immovable Top! Who is a biker. And a wolf. Did I mention the words, "unabashed Top"?...
But for the most part it is the really, really smart plot I love. The machinations of this machine that is RTMC are not only a thing of beauty to watch unfold, but they never lose realism and/or believability, and as such, build and meld the wonderful plot with superior characters. The supernatural component ups the ante of each scenario because of course abilities and reactions are magnified, but a reader never wavers in the suspension of disbelief throughout the read. It is so perfectly conceived and executed, and utterly complete as an escape.
I am not a spoiler person, but suffice it to say that Ms. Blevins never *just* gives you a happy ending. There is always something that augments the main story arc while giving satisfying closure to the relationship aspect of the given story. Of course, sometimes the relationship, and all it entails, can surprise even the characters themselves...and I'm certain the climactic revelations in Bashdom will come to bear quite effectively in some future tome; when they are least expected and most needed.