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- Listening Length: 17 hours and 7 minutes
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- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Tantor Audio
- Audible.com Release Date: June 20, 2017
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B071G98S7J
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Blood & Rust: Lock & Key Series, Book 4 Audiobook – Unabridged
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I wasn't expecting this. Butler hasn't had a great reputation. He has messed up again and again, as we have seen in the first books. But redemption comes in the mostly unlikely of circumstances. Sometimes Karma can create the moment that can change everything. Only if you are paying attention.
Tania has led a life where everything was always just "fine". Until Karma created that moment in time where she could choose a different path. To borrow from another series/author. That BOOM. Will they both pay attention? Will they both grab this moment in time and make it theirs for eternity?
Cat Porter has really out done herself with this one. I didn't think I would love it as equally as I did Dig and Locke's stories. But Butler and Tania have captured my heart. Beautifully written, Like poetry in prose of romance thru heartache. It takes work and dedication to grab and hold onto what you dream to have. It's sometimes bumpy and ugly. And sometimes it all pays off. I don't want to let go of them. I want to keep reading until they are old and gray and sitting on the porch swings. Fans of this series will be extremely happy with Butler. And I look forward to Finger's story next.
I was able to get over Finger and Tania not being a couple about 25% into the book the first time Butler called Tania "baby". Lord have mercy!!! There is something about a man saying baby in an emotionally intimate moment that makes you feel weak in the knees!!!! I loved experiencing the dance of what you know is inevitable: Butler and Tania getting together.
I REALLY loved Tania. She was feisty, independent, but vulnerable and had so much courage: she was scared to trust in love again and yet she refused to live into anymore "just" moments. She was determined to follow her heart and live an authentic life, even if it meant she might be hurt. Her faith in her feelings for Butler and her determination to see where their relationship might lead was inspiring.
I must admit that Butler had to grow on me bc I thought he was an A-hole personified in the earlier books. Just goes to show you that everybody's got a story and everyone has something worth redeeming. My mother told me a long time ago that everyone has some good in them: if you don't see it, you haven't dug down far enough and its your loss, not theirs. That was really true of Butler: he was a lot like those antiques Tania kept finding: they seem to be useless pieces of junk to the naked eye, but if you are willing to look a little longer, spend a little more time with it, you see the treasure underneath, the rust is part of its journey, but there is still a treasure waiting to be discovered if you are patient.
I also loved that Finger had a prominent role in the book: I grew to love Butler but Finger still has my heart: I CAN'T wait to read his story!!!! I also liked Alicia and hope she's featured in her own book soon.
I really could go on and on about this book, but the bottom line for me is reading Cat Porter books is like eating hot fudge sundaes, or whatever your guilty pleasure is. You want to rush to finish it bc Its so good but you also don't want it to end bc you want to savor every last drop.
If you want to read about sexy, complicated, badass bikers, with golden souls underneath their rugged exteriors, if you want to read about independent, feisty, take-no-prisoners women who are willing to hang in there when the going gets rough but they also don't take any BS off their men, then by all means, join the other CP fans for a fantastic journey into the landscape of the One Eyed Jacks' stories. These are the kind of stories that you will want to read again, and for me, that's a rare treat indeed!