- File Size: 1568 KB
- Print Length: 254 pages
- Publisher: Shannon Flagg (July 23, 2014)
- Publication Date: July 23, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00M3FICMI
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #408,460 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Make It Right (Nightshade MC Book 1) Kindle Edition
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As the story progresses a myriad of different events are occurring. Amelia and Danny work on reconciling their marriage which provides the romance aspect of the story. The Nightshade MC working on transport runs out of Canada while seemingly battling a demon within their organization. A sub plot working to show the betrayals that stem from one of their own living a double life. All of these points plus a few others wove together to create a interesting MC story. To me, the book was more suspense/thriller than romance. It was written in a "Who done it?" style and provided great entertainment. I had a few theories throughout the book about what was going to happen. One of my theories was a partially true but I never saw the whole picture which lead to an even greater anticipation of the end for me.
In addition, each and every character made a distinct impression during my reading. I love when a MC family gives so many great characters that a reader wants the story of them all. Danny and Amelia were a great compliment to each other. Working through their issues and seeing them interact makes them all the more attractive as a couple. Amelia is bluntly honest making it hard for Danny to resist. He knew he screwed up with their relationship and he his atonement for that makes him hard to resist. Train, Buster, and Ace all have interesting personalities I'd love to explore while Royal and his wife Missy provide a great sub plot to Amelia and Danny's story.
The themes of betrayal and trust run deep through the Nightshade MC's first book. But with these themes and many sub plots came a lot of characters and a lot of things taking place. There were a few times I had to go back and re-read certain parts because I was confused of what was happening within the story. A few times I also wondered what had happened to some plot points because they were left hanging, as with a character or two. The resolution of the main conflict of the whole story came at the reader quite fast then the ending was a bit abrupt. However, none of these points made the story difficult to read and enjoy just more so took a bit longer to understand.
Make It Right provided me a good two days of reading and gave me new MC characters to enjoy for another series. Shannon Flagg wrote a suspenseful, fun MC read. Her writing provides a lot of dialogue between characters making the interactions feel real. I look forward to heading back to Detroit to read the next story of another Nightshade MC member.
Amelia returns home to Detroit after learning her sister and niece are missing. She left 7 years ago when her husband (Danny - member of the Nightshades MC) divorced her while in prison for five years. Danny divorced her with good intentions thinking she should not hold her life up waiting for him and he regrets it. Amelia has never rebounded from the hurt. As soon as she gets there the Nightshades have gotten involved because the missing sister was involved with the MC prez. Danny really grovels to get Amelia back and the main story line is about them rebuilding their relationship but there's murder and mayhem with a lot of suspense. The only reference to cheating is one time with a club whore before Danny went to prison and before he divorced her. Once they reconnect upon her return to Detroit there's no cheating.
I definitely am looking forward to more books in this series. I want to see what happens with so many characters. Will James pull himself out of his depression and hook up with the lady detective who he hates? Who will Ace and Buster hook up with and the sinister one, Edge, what's going on with him. I loved Danny and Amelia's story but I loved the twists and turns that kept throwing me when I thought I had it figured out. There were a few noticeable (but not overwhelming) edit problems, which made me consider lowering the rating. However, based on how much I loved this story and the characters I did not feel they were sufficient to lower my rating. I highly recommend this book for those of you who like to read good biker/MC romances.
And the second romance between Amelia and Danny was just too easy. I like a little sharpness with my sweet and there just wasn't any.
Not a terrible book but not great either - just okay.