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Claiming Crusher: Savage Brothers MC by [Marie, Jordan]
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4.6 out of 5 stars 212 customer reviews
Book 4 of 5 in Savage Brothers MC (5 Book Series)
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  • File Size: 1079 KB
  • Print Length: 376 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1517215633
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: August 18, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0145JMH5M
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Overall Rating: 5 Rockin’ '''''
Jordan Marie has done it again! Claiming Crusher is a phenomenal five star read! The buildup is steady and the ending will blow your socks off. Sit back with a nice glass of wine, box of tissues and enter the world of the Savage Brothers MC. There are multiple storylines running parallel throughout and the growth of each character attests to the brilliance of this author. In Loving Nicole we were left hanging, full of questions about Dani and Crusher’s relationship. Many disliked Nicole’s haughty best friend, especially after the shooting incident. Her character was portrayed as a party girl, stripper looking for her next fix, but as we read we learn that there is so much more to this intricately complex character. Her background was a mystery, and little did we know of the absolute horror that the young Melinda suffered at the hands of her abusive husband. Questions are answered about why she is running, who she is, and what she wantsaa from her new life. Attraction and desire between the hero and heroine and their battle between good and evil dominants this book. You will not want to miss the happily ever after ending, Crusher and Dani are given.

Crusher is the VP of the Savage Brothers MC, and a playboy. He carries a burden from his younger years of a love tragically lost. When he first meets the red lipped, feisty beauty, he is drawn to her lost soul. Time and time again, he tries to break through the barriers she has erected, only to be turned away. He hurts deeply for her and loves even deeper. You will laugh, cry and hurt alongside him as he forges the impossible by claiming a woman that has no desire to ever be claimed again.
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It was ok overall, but it had some big holes in it, which made it confusing at times. I can only imagine that it's difficult writing a story that follows the timeline of three others.

Maybe I am OCD like that, however Dani's friend Ray was actually Roy for the first three books... Also Dani was dancing/stripping at Wolves' Den or something, and was going to Pussy's for fun in the first three books. In this one we are told that the fun was actually "research" for her job as a stripper. And then she was upset because she had been switched to serving tables at her place of research after she had hurt her leg, instead of being allowed to dance. So where the heck was she stripping after all...? And I got another one... when they were celebrating Carrie's birthday, there's talk about how Dancer was going to get out of jail the following week, but at the end of the night Crush had to stay for a meeting with Dragon, Bull and uhm... Dance? Where, cause the man was still locked up.

So with all that being said, I didn't like Dani at all and it ruined my getting into the story, which is very sad, because I thought I'd love it, considering it is Crusher she's hooking up with after all :(. But no, the woman got on my nerves. I understand she was traumatized and I really felt for her while reading what she had gone through with her psycho husband. But she continued making stupid choices that got people hurt and killed. And then she was sad because OMG, the other people in the club were not all that crazy about her. And she ended up sucking Crusher into her web of craziness where the man couldn't think straight anymore and started making stupid choices as well.

Huge sigh here... disappointed about this one. However, I am so looking forward to Bull's story.
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I've been a fan of Jordan Marie's since I read her debut novel, Breaking Dragon, and with each addition to this incredible series, I've become more engrossed in this MC's story and these characters. I've become more and more impressed with this author and her gift for storytelling.

This is Dani and Crusher's story. We met Dani, Nicole's troubled best friend, in Breaking Dragon, where a series of bad decisions on Dani's part put Nicole in danger and wound up getting her hurt. Dani wasn't that likable a character in BD. In fact, within Jordan Marie's fanbase, she was a controversial one - she was either loved or she was hated. This book also overlaps with the events in Loving Nicole but is told entirely from the perspective of Crusher and Dani.

"There are secrets in those beautiful brown eyes. Secrets that have broken her."

In this book we learn about Dani and her history, which is the driving force behind her bad behavior and poor decision-making. Hers is not a pretty story. This woman has suffered greatly, horrifically and terrifyingly at the hands of her ex. She sees herself as weak and pathetic, and reinvents herself into the "character" of Dani, the woman she wants to be. Crusher, or Zander as Dani calls him, sees right through her tough facade, seeing more of her pain than even her best friend does. Crusher has his own demons. His youth is littered with his "failures" as he refers to them, but were actually horrible tragedies that were way beyond his youthful control.

"Dani looks up and our eyes lock. Hers are haunted and I want to be the man that takes the ghosts away."

As their fragile relationship grows, Dani does the damnedest thing. She begins to trust Crusher.
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