Review: Knives by KL Savage

Knives (Ruthless Kings MC, #10) by K.L. Savage
Series: Ruthless Kings #10
Genres: MC Romance
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Love is a powerful force, but it doesn’t compare to guilt.

And just like most people, my guilt eats me alive.
I went from being an irresponsible kid who didn’t know any better to an irresponsible man who does.I make no apologies.Don’t take my carelessness for strength.My blood is as deadly as the bullet that killed my brother, and once I’m cut, there’s no stopping the river of rage.My past is dead. I’m not like my MC brothers. Nothing is going to come bite me in the ass.Or so I thought.
Because life gave me Mary, the little hellraiser who tries to be reckless.She’s only looking to escape the nightmare of what happened to her in Atlantic City.She’s a good girl. The kind to wear pearls and fancy cardigans. She doesn’t belong in this life.Even if I know she belongs with me.She paints her lips in red lipstick, but I know it’s an effort to hide the pain.There’s more than the fact we are too different to be together.
Her past isn’t dead.And mine has come back to life.

I am such a fan of KL Savage. With every book they are able to make you feel for their characters. Each story is unique and fresh. They have been able to build a world that is realistic, terrifying in ways and yet completely addictive.

Knives is book 10 in the Ruthless King series. Savage continues to impress me with every book that I devour. Yes, I devour their writings like they are the air I need to live. I am insatiable when it comes to the Ruthless Kings. Finding myself falling in love with each new character they bring to life. Knives and Mary are no exception to this.

KL Savage digs at the dark, exposing it to the light. The shades of gray is what intrigues me though. How authors can show you the darkest sides of life and people while at the same time making their dark, scary, and wicked characters redeemable in their actions. Knives’ childhood makes you long to hold him and wipe away all the bad. Mary’s childhood and young adulthood drives you to kill the beast that has tormented her. Watching them fight their way together though gives you hope. It takes an extremely talented and gifted writer (or in this case writers) to be able to bring this all to fruition without losing any of the emotions.

Savage is the master of emotions. They know how to tweak, spin and wrap up your thoughts and feelings in such a manner that you beg for more.

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