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- Language: English
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Many lows and I know a lot of people might not have liked him, but he stood out to me. Not just for his feelings for Grace, but where he allowed his grief to take him. He fell into drugs, women and just made poor decisions that drove him to become a nomad. He was in so much pain and my heart went out to him. I’m glad that I didn’t have to wait until after Boner’s book to get Butler’s story and what a story it was. Cat gives us not just Butler’s backstory, but also Tania. Now, while I liked Tania, she was sassy and you know she had her own personal demons, I wasn’t really drawn to her like I was Butler. We get to see just how intertwined Tania and Butler’s past with each other was. How they came together at the wrong time, (during Grace’s wedding) and quickly that went south. Fast-forward two decades later and they meet up. Both are returning to home to begin again, one determined to find his redemption and the other resolved to rebuild her life her own way. They connect and realize, surprise, surprise, they actually like each other. It’s here that the story begins. I was on the edge of my seat the whole time during this book. It brought me to tears, I had anxious moments but more importantly it sucked me into the complexity that is Butler and Tania. Each of them had their own demons to overcome. They made mistakes but they owned them. Butler had his own past to deal with while he was trying to help his club. I loved that he took up Dig’s cause and was seeing the big picture, yet again trying to help someone, like Dig did, who was in trouble. I also loved how he allowed Tania to be herself without any criticism from him and yet he was still such an Alpha male. I loved how they helped each. They put actions behind their feeling for each other and there were times I wondered what was going on in this story. There were revelations I didn’t see coming or could have imagine, especially with Tania. It was great to see Tania build her own life, after her marriage to Kyle, she deserved it, but I wasn’t happy with the secrets she kept. I have to say I was really frustrated with her and the secrets involving Finger that I didn’t see coming. I knew they met in the past, but wow, then you add the mystery of Lenore to the mix and I was like wtf? I hated, absolutely hated that she never told Butler the entire story especially since Butler told her everything. Now, let me say this, I’m fascinated by Finger. Besides Dig, he is the most captivating man Cat has written since Dig. I wanted to know more about this hardened man and how he came to be the man he is.
I’m going to end by saying, Butler and Tania brought out the best in each other, which in turn helped them to see and reach into themselves to grab their own happiness. They melded their lived together beautifully and while A LOT went on with the club, you have to read the book, it was good to see Butler take his place among his brothers again and while it came with a steep price, it made Dig’s dreams come to fruition. Those dreams was paid for in blood and while Butler’s felt parts of him were to rusted to be used, I’m glad with Tania’s help he was able to finally get a better perspective of himself. If there were stars to give a book, I would have done so. This book was such as rich tapestry of birth, death, redemption, and forgiveness of one’s past sins to finally grabbing onto what you want and fighting for it. It will take me a while to extricate myself from this wonderful world of bikers and I really don’t want to. I’m going into Fury. I can’t wait to read more from this author.
Butler and Tania, both troubled souls, both nomads in their own way, who somehow find each other after a less than stellar experience many years ago. Who are now older and hopefully wiser and come to see the other in a whole new light. Both with strong ties to Meager, both back to see if life can once again be as fearless as they had hoped.
What a book. The author's gorgeous descriptions of the world that is Meager, whether right or wrong, whether good or evil draw a magnificent picture in my mind and I am one of the crew once again. We get to watch as Butler and Tania truly sizzle in a slow burn of a romance, one that takes both of them by surprise, but yet is clearly destined nonetheless. With a passionate mix of hope, heart and trust, the journey that is Butler and Tania is the epitome of love.
The entire band of brothers is present along with the women who love them and we get updates into the lives of these well-beloved characters throughout the entire book.
My words cannot do this book justice. With each in the series starting with Lock & Key, you will be completely captivated and will experience an adventure like no other. I can only encourage to give Cat Porter a try and find out for yourself. She truly takes the seemingly ordinary and makes it extraordinary. And Blood & Rust just might be her best yet.
Go and get lost in the Badlands of the Dakotas for awhile. Your heart and soul will thank you.