and scarred, a savage bloodthirsty beast.
her little blue dress and high heels.
me, but I’m determined to get her filthy.
is costly—stay away from the woman whose voice is a song.
unlocks a whole new set of rules in my playbook. And I have the right tools to
break all of them.
Welcome to my stop on the release blitz for the 3rd installment in K.L. Savage’s Ruthless Kings MC series, Tool. This book is about the club VP, Tool, and the Sheriff’s daughter, Juliette. At 25 years old and a complete Daddy’s girl, Juliette is just moving into her own apartment for the first time when her moving truck is stolen. This brings her face to face with Tool, who of course, her Daddy would warn her away from because of his association with the MC. But as the novel progresses and they can no longer fight their attraction to one another, the truth comes out about her father and everyone’s pasts, which changes everything.
I really enjoyed the first in this series, Reaper. Then I somehow completely missed book 2, Boomer. I enjoyed Tool, but I’m not sure I liked it as much as Reaper. I think maybe because it’s just so dark. I love the romance element between Tool and Juliette, and of course, I loved revisiting this MC club and their lifestyle. But between Tool’s memories and flashbacks and current things that happen in this novel, it all became a bit heavy for me. Don’t get me wrong, this has all of the elements of MC novels that I love and I am a huge fan of K.L. Savage, but there were some twists and events I didn’t see coming that were pretty heavy.
What did I love about this book? The MC lifestyle and the hot romance between Tool and Juliette! I mean, they are on fire! What did I not love? The very dark subject matter. There are a ton of triggers here including sexual assault, domestic violence, and child abuse.
Ruthless Kings is the perfect MC series to dig into if you haven’t already. Tool has romance, sexiness, crazy alpha males, and all of the fabulous elements that we love about MC novels!
*Thanks to Give Me Books for providing this review copy in exchange for my honest opinion.
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