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- Publication Date: August 5, 2017
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- Language: English
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"Fool Me Once" by Catherine Bybee
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Jenny has done her best, but the demands of her life have taken a big chunk of her ability to trust anyone associated with the Brazen Bulls. That puts Maverick in a precariously fragile position as he realises the welcome he anticipated from Jenny is not happening.
Life has a way of pushing people in directions they never intended, especially when it involves a young child. As with so many children who spend a lot of time surrounded by adults, Kelsey is a 4 going on 30 year old! She bridged many an awkward moment between her parents with her subtle poignant comments and questions.
There’s some beautiful moments shared between characters, wonderful words of wisdom as well as the expected dramas associated with an MC involved with crime. When the scenarios got graphic, thankfully they didn’t last long and the story returned to a relative level of peace. My only struggle was the story is told in past and present intervals. I always want to stay in the moment, but the flashbacks provided sufficient reasoning to justify Jenny’s hesitation and Maverick’s determination.
While there was a lot of challenging issues raised in the story, Maverick’s level headed actions continually focused on making the most of each day. ‘Putting his head down and shoulder to the day’ was his catch cry and it helped him many a time when the odds were stacked against him.
He was far from perfect but he was willing to step up and be the family man he always dreamed of being. Winning Jenny over was never going to be easy with the history they shared but with his brothers and the MC family beside him, he faced every challenge with the determination of a man who loved his family.
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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...
Again, Thank you Susan for writing another wonderful MC series. As usual I am waiting impatiently for the next one.