Crusher by Carson Mackenzie

July 27, 2016 Book Review 0 ★★★½

Crusher by Carson Mackenzie three-half-stars
Crusher: MC Romance by Carson Mackenzie
Series: Black Hawk MC #2
Also in this series: Speed: MC Romance
Published by JK Publishing on April 25, 2016
Genres: Biker / MC
Pages: 129
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Warning: For Mature Adult Audiences 18+. Contains language and actions some may deem offensive. Sexually explicit content. MF.
In book two of Black Hawk MC: Russ "Crusher" Davis will take over as president of Black Hawk MC when his father steps down. He realizes the job isn't going to be easy but with his friends, the club support and loyalty of its members behind him, there is no problems he can't solve.
Carly Monroe has been raised in one club and protected by another but has no trust in either. Club life may work for her friend; however, she has no plans to follow in her footsteps, not for Sami or for the man whose touch puts cracks in the wall she's built around her heart.
Crusher knows with a strong woman beside him, his impending presidency won't suffer - Black Hawk will thrive for future generations. Now all he has to do is show one woman that she doesn't have to be alone - friends, family, and the love of a good man are there if she will open her heart and embrace them.

This book may be unsuitable for people under 17 years of age due to its use of sexual content, drug and alcohol use, and/or violence.



By SpiceWhat a much appreciated little diversion Crusher was from what’s been a hellacious week.

Crusher had one night with Sami before she figured out he was in an MC. Due to her completely screwed up family, she had declared herself D-O-N-E with bikers. When some family secrets come to light she runs back to her home and the Haven MC to get some answers.

Crusher is definitely an alpha-hole but the good kind. He’s concerned about her safety since she’s the target of a rogue biker and his crew from her old MC. Crusher does what needs to be done to keep her safe even if it’s against her wishes. I have to say, his methods and the things he did were sweet as could be.

Sami had a bit of an attitude problem against the bikers in Speed’s book making her come across as extremely immature. Thank goodness that changed in Crusher. She’s had a rough life and when the truth of who her family actually is came out, you just wanted to hug her as she realized everything that was stolen from her.

Crusher definitely had a biker-lite feel to it though it had lots of action. Even with its issues, I enjoyed it and look forward to the next one.

What I Struggled With:

  • The editing. This book is in desperate need of an editor, both for content, grammar and the neverending typos.
  • The repetition. Another thing a good editor would have picked up on but if I had to read how sweet little Ally had the whole MC wrapped around her finger one more time my head was going to explode.
  • The length. In order to tie everything up, it felt rushed at times and not as in depth and fleshed out as it could have been.

What I Liked:

  • Crusher and his determination.
  • Sami’s newfound maturity and strength.
  • The Black Hawk and Haven MC families and how they are coming together.

Spice’s Rating: 3.5 Sweet Biker Stars

 

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