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Saving Dancer (Savage Brothers MC) (Volume 2) Paperback – April 2, 2015
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Anyway, this is a three star read for me, the sex scenes were already. And I normally don't point out editing issues, because honestly in the indie world it happens, but there are so many exclamation points and shouty caps that I felt like I was reading a rant on Facebook vs a book. Not to mention missing words and various other things.
This was one of those books that was so interesting, I did not want to put it down until I could get some answers. Dancer was a fascinating and broken down man...always having to be the tough guy...he didn't know how to deal with life or himself as a victim.
A crime which is primarily against women (being that we are weaker and more vulnerable) doesn't make it any less violent and invasive when it is a man who is victimized. In many ways, what happened to Dancer to cause him to be so dysfuntional with Carrie, was harder than even getting over killing someone as there was no easy way to erase the memories that would wake him up sweating and crying out in his sleep.
I really loved the tug of war Dancer had within himself and with his club brothers (especially Dragon who really wanted to help him but couldn't find the right way to do it) and when he realizes he has everything to lose by not getting help, things take a desperate turn.
Carrie grows up and becomes a tougher woman (not a little girl anymore) and faces not only the choice of whether or not to walk away from the only man that she has ever loved, but also a game changing event which will make Dancer forever be a part of her life.
I loved the supporting characters, the girl fights in the clubhouse, the tense moments between the brothers, jealousy, pain and mostly the passion between the various couples who make up this MC.
A really strong second book in the series and I look forward to the next one!
***** 5 ***** "my private Dancer love" stars
Anger, pain, sadness and despair are prevalent in Jordan Marie's newest release, Saving Dancer. This is the second book in the Savage MC series and the continuation of the storyline from book one. This continuance adds a new flavor to the intriguing chemistry among the tight knit brothers from Kentucky and their motorcycle club lifestyle.
In her debut novel, Breaking Dragon the author introduced us to Nicole and Dragon with glimpses of Carrie and Dancer. Dancer was the brother that was incarcerated in a federal prison for protecting Carrie from a brutal attack outside a club. We anticipated from the beginning that their journey would be a battle to find each other as well as a thoroughly intriguing and entertaining read. This is Jacob and Carrie's story about finding their way to each other and the love they both needed. Warning: this is a heart wrenching and soul searching relationship. The author approaches a very sensitive subject in this book. The setting that she uses to deliver her message is brilliant.
After the betrayal of Irish, Dragon and his brothers are struggling to make things right and strengthen trust among the brothers once again. Dancer doesn't want anything to do with them now. He wants to remain in his own world suffering alone, without anyone finding out the horrors that were inflicted on him. His brothers, however, are not going to allow that to happen. They are determined to pull Dancer back into the club and help him heal.
Jacob a.k.a. Dancer is finally free from his torturous two year trip to hell. He is suffering from the horrific things that were done to him in prison. Carrie is brought under the protection of the Savage MC when an unknown threat tries to end her life and does take the life of her parents. Jacob blames Carrie for his imprisonment and all the wrongs that he was dealt while in prison. This leads to him lashing out at her every opportunity he gets. In his heart he knows she is his only salvation but the anger, shame and fear drives him to keep her as far away from him and his life as possible. Carrie loves Jacob with every fiber of her being and has from the moment as a child she laid eyes on him. She has waited for him to claim her and has never stopped loving him.
Our heroine is strong, yet pliable, while young in years, she has an old heart and a mature mind. When Carrie makes up her mind, there is no turning back or swaying her. While our hero has suffered two tortuous years, his background suggests that he has always been filled with anger and had a short fuse when confronted. He is a sexy, mouthwatering, strong alpha male with protective tendencies.
Without a doubt, Jordan Marie's creativity brought Jacob and Carrie's story to life. The depth of their love and search for happiness is threaded throughout the entire book. While at the same time the characters continue to grow and develop. More players are introduced as the plot evolves. I can't wait to see where this series will go in her next book.
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PS I hope Dragon keeps his promises.