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- Print Length: 455 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1973722208
- Publication Date: August 5, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0741PKFSV
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #54,975 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Since his introduction in Twist as Gunner's best friend and mentor, I've been a little in love with Maverick. Their relationship touched me. I was intrigued by the forgotten MC brother, moldering away in prison. Asked to perform a crime for the club that might put the kibosh on his upcoming release. It does and that's where Maverick's story begins. In prison, battered in body and soul. Susan Fanetti's Maverick astounded me. She bores into the very essence of who he is. I felt him. His hurt, isolation, resignation, abandonment, hopelessness, and rage is a consuming force. His anguish over the loss of Jenny and the daughter he's never met left me aching. His journey to earn back the family he's lost, finding his way back to the club is heart-wrenching. After reading Slam, I'm head over heels in love with him.
Like the two preceding books, Slam is rich with club life and the relationships between the Brothers and Old Ladies. I absolutely love Mo! Fanetti gives us the chance to bask in the family that is the club. The Bull's interactions with a young Issac and the rest of the Night Horde continue to fascinate me. Reading about the Horde in real time, but twenty years in the past holds me in thrall! The storyline of the series moves forward, giving us some tense moments and satisfying results. This book contains violence and sexual situations. It's gritty realism a balm to my to soul. I can't wait to read the next one.
I loved this book. I love this series!
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Things happen in our lives...We meet the one we love...We make promises we believe with all our heart. Our intentions are good... they are solid... and then Life takes a turn and we have to break those promises we made...
This concept of how to get back to the ones you love after a trust/promise like that has been broken is what we live through in this 3rd entry of the Brazen Bulls Series.
We have had bits and pieces of Maverick in the last book, Crash. Maverick was Gunner's Mentor and brought him into the Bulls. He was the one who put him up to get his patch...Gunner was the only one who kept in touch with him when he was locked up.
There is a lot to say about these two main characters, Maverick and Jenny. At their core, they both had a love that could not be destroyed... Period. The love survived a surprise baby, prison time, many extenuating circumstances and abandonment.
What their love had to do was show both of them things had changed...what was before could not be again...Their love had to open their eyes and hearts to past mistakes... to the way they had communicated before...and learn everything new...
Maverick was better at it, I felt... Jenny had good cause for her to be mentally where she was....
BUT, for me...I felt she put most of the main responsibilities of why things were so hard for her on Maverick. (view spoiler)
Jenny's role was hard, too- Becoming a mother at a young age is not easy... and doing it alone can be so hard. So Jenny showed strength in raising their daughter alone. Again, my take was she needed to see Maverick for who he was and was trying to be. He made the first moves in Understanding her...She needed to get on board too.
We do get these two seeing each person for who they are now... and building on it. We get a really happy out of it.
There is more to the story though, as the Bulls are having to adjust to changes in their territory... and things could get ugly. My sense is the next part of this Bulls' Saga is going to get darker...