Friday, October 11, 2013

Review and Giveaway: Saving Dallas and Saving Dallas (Making the Cut) by Kim Jones

Saving Dallas

When the self-righteous, millionaire bachelorette, Dallas Knox walks into Hattiesburg’s largest night club she is looking for one thing – a one night stand with no strings attached. What she doesn’t expect is to find herself at the mercy of the Devil’s Renegades Motorcycle Club and their President-Luke Carmichael.

Luke is dangerous, sexy, and dark. The life he lives is far different from the privileged life Dallas is accustomed to.

Can she accept the lifestyle of an MC?

Can she handle the domineering nature of Luke?

Or is it too late to save Dallas from the path she has chosen?

4.5 Star Review by Amy Bustard

Dallas Knox-beautiful, stuck up rich bitch is looking for a damsel- in –distress
moment with the hope her cheating ex-boyfriend Jeff will come along and save her.
Deciding to go out to a Dive bar only to hide in a corner drinking alone until she
meets a drunken grabby “Cowboy” who turns her Damsel-in-distress thoughts into
reality when the cowboy won’t take no for an answer.

Problem is Jeff doesn’t come to her rescue when Dallas ends up flat on her ass
banging her head on the hardwood floor with drunken cowboy on top.

Strong arms grabbed me and hauled me to my feet. Without even opening my eyes, I knew by the feel of his shoulders he had the sexiest arms that had ever held me. I opened my eyes and held back a gasp. He was perfect.

“Like what you see?” He asks.

Luke Carmichael- The Knight in shining leather, President of Devils Reaper MC, sexy and arrogant.

Little does Dallas know- she truly is a Damsel-in-Distress since her life changed tragically as a teen. Dallas just doesn’t know how serious things are and needs Luke and his MC to protect her. Will she allow it or continue to fight it.

“I don’t know where this is going or if it’s anything, but I swore the next bitch that broke his heart will eat thru a straw for a week. You look like the heartbreaking kind. I’ve watched you in here all night. I know you came looking for something and I hope you get it. If Luke is the one to give it to you then you are one lucky girl. But just remember, you f#uc* him over- I’m gonna f#uc* you up.”

Kim Jones did an excellent job writing this book. The story line sucked me in from start to finish and never strayed. Every character in the story played such an important part and not only added angst but also added to my curiosity. What was in the past that put Dallas in such danger?  How could these two come from different styles of life yet have so much in common and what does the future hold for Luke and Dallas? 

Saving Dallas Making the Cut

She went searching for a one night stand and ended up falling in love with Luke Carmical, President of the Devil’s Renegades Motorcycle Club. Now she must decide how to handle the aftermath of Frankie’s brutal assault and the knowledge that Luke has been lying to her- about everything. Secrets are revealed and more lies exposed as Dallas Knox, CEO of Knox Companies, becomes more involved in the MC. She wonders if this life is enough for her, if this family is really what she wants. When circumstances present her with an unusual twist of fate, Dallas knows without a doubt, that this is the family she has longed for. New problems occur, traumatic events take place and lives hang in the balance as Dallas has to decide what is really most important in life.

The journey is long.

The outcome is uncertain.

Can she Make the Cut?

4.5 Star Review by Amy Bustard

Another well written book by Kim Jones; the sequel to Saving Dallas. As in the 1st book, the story line kept on track. A lot of love, heartache, twist and suspense. I want from disliking characters in the first book to feeling for them in this book.

 I truly loved this story and give it another 4.5 stars.
Dallas Knox- the snotty rich bitch damsel in distress and Luke Carmichael –the beautiful arrogant knight in black leather, President of Devils Renegades, come from two different worlds.

One buys what she wants and does what she wants and refuses to be told what to do while the other has a responsibility to his club and will not allow her to interfere with the way he runs things. Is the love they share worth changing who they are?
“I can’t just make you my ol’ lady. I refuse to do that. In the position I’m in and with the shit we have going on right now in the club, I will not bring someone in who will complicate shit. The choice is entirely up to you. I will train you, the girls will help you, but you have to know that this is my lifestyle. I won’t have you around as just my girlfriend. I want you as my supporter and I want you to agree to this life and make it your life, too.”
“That includes Maddie, and some of the girls you have met before. Any hang-arounds or women the club keeps around for private entertainment. The guys will be there and we need bitches to show them a good time. Is that going to be a problem for you?"
“I don’t know what I what,” I said a little too bitchy.
Afraid to be molded into someone she is not sure she is or not, Dallas must question and make decisions- is her love for Luke worth the dangers and complications these two face?

Secrets are revealed about who Maddie is and what her relationship is to Luke and the club.
Luke will have to make the ultimate decision over choosing club family over love when his club is put in jeopardy over Dallas’ past and Frankie's need for revenge.  Dallas will have to make the ultimate sacrifice if she wants to prove her love to Luke.


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  1. Wow, these sound like a different kind of read from the current "same old, same old." Definitely on my TBR radar. Thanks ;)

  2. Thanks for the giveaway!!! :-) These have been on my tbr, would love to win :-)

  3. These books are great. They catch your attention and keep you wanting more. To those that have not read them you don't know what you are missing. But beware these are definately adult books and if you are easily offended they are not for you. Regardless there is an excellent storyline even if you feel the need to skip over certain parts. I cannot wait for the next part and I believe Kim Jones has done excellent work to get the first two parts done without looseing the story thread.


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