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- Print Length: 250 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Cat Mason Books (April 2, 2016)
- Publication Date: April 2, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B018ZOPI36
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #605,528 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Ireland is the newest member to Shaft and at first she's a wild one. It turns out, she has a past with another one of Shaft's security team, Mack as everyone calls him but Dominick as Ireland knows him. They have a past, she loved him, he broke her heart, although to be fair, they were kids and I tended to root for him in that case. He did what was the right thing to do really at 17, he walked away because he knew he couldn't offer her anything at that age. Ireland just wanted to be loved. Her parents had no time for her and her situation is quite sad. With Mack and her reunited, it's a volatile situation. It's also dangerous for him too since she's quick to use her knees and feet on him. All the usual characters were there and the dialogue and interaction between everyone was as entertaining as always.
I loved this book too and read it in just one day. I'm kind of sad that this was the final book in the series, but I guess all good things must come to an end....
If it weren't bad enough being the butt of many of their practical jokes and shenanigans, recently the band has added a new member to their lineup. The only female member of the band, new bass player Ireland Tyler just happens to be a girl from Mack's past ... one whose heart he kind of managed to absolutely shatter way back when, turning the sweet innocent girl he once knew into the wild thrill seeking, out of control rocker she is today.
Naturally, they get forced together, working in close proximity, tempers flare, tensions ignite, ancient history gets dredged up and, being a Shaft on Tour novel, all of this happens amidst hilarity and hi-jinks as the rest of the band and their growing families all try to have a good time.
Told from alternate POVs Mack's and Ireland's story is, in many ways almost a coming of age story for each of the main characters. Both have issues from their pasts (beyond their personal history with each other) that they've never really dealt with, that played into why their former relationship failed, but still prevents either from living genuinely fulfilled lives. Both of them need to grow up a little and try doing some adulting.
Building upon, without being dependent on the other books in the series, this interrelated standalone tells a singular love story, set against the backdrop of a cast of characters that have been steadily built up over the preceding five books, and serves not just as that singular story, but as a culmination of the series, bringing everything together to a magical conclusion.
I've said before that the Shaft on Tour series is my favorite rocker series I've read (and I've read quite a few) and with this book rounding out the set, I'm certainly not about to change that opinion now.
This is Mack and Ireland's second chance at romance story.
Having a very brief fling when they were seventeen, they suddenly find themselves thrown back together when Ireland is hired as the bands new bass player. Causing more problems and publicity nightmares than Hunter ever could dream of. She's a handful. And she can hold a mean grudge. A grudge that is focused solely on Mack. But fueled by other issues that seem to hit a bit closer to home.
They have a lot of hurtful history to work through if they both hope to keep their jobs and not kill each other.
This book seems to wrap up the story of the band. Although the author does say at the end that "This is NOT goodbye" More of a "see you later". It sounds like we may, at some point, see more of our boys and their extended ever growing family.
I Loved!!!!! This series have read it more than twice now ;-)
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Series: Shaft on Tour #6
Category /Genre: Contemporary Romance
Recommended for: 18+ due to sexual content
Grammar/editing: ungraded –...Read more