Review: Boomer’s Rise Atlantic City Ruthless Kings MC Book 1, by K. L. Savage @klsavage_author @GiveMeBooksPR

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5

Boomer is fighting daily battles with his own head. He left Las Vegas to find his place in the world and when he landed in Atlantic City and found that the Ruthless Kings MC Atlantic City chapter was a black stain on the Ruthless Kings MC’s he did something about it. He cleaned up the trash and is now trying to fix what was broken in Atlantic City. Their numbers are climbing, and the club is growing, but there is still a lot of work to do. They still have to get the city to see them as an asset instead of the trouble that was lurking before. They started out with a mismatch of guys that were the outcasts from the original Atlantic City Ruthless Kings MC with Boomer rescuing them along with the women that were found in the basement. Now they’re a club that is trying to show the city that they are a better club than the old one and they are there to help and protect the city, in any way they can. I love his love, adoration and devotion to Scarlett Rose and the strength she gives him to continue to fight his demons.

I so love the Ruthless Kings MC books, and the addition of the Atlantic City chapter makes it so that there are more stories to come. The connection between Boomer and Scarlet is strong, beautiful and healing for both of them. Boomer has a lot of baggage, but Scarlet sees the man beneath the baggage and makes him a better man. The men of the of the Ruthless Kings MC are dangerous, loyal and entertaining. While there is a seriousness to them, there is still the family connection these men have and their ability to drive Boomer crazy just like the men of the Las Vegas chapter does to Reaper. The Atlantic City chapter has a battle ahead of them to show the city that they are they to help, but when a snowstorm hits Atlantic City their chance arises to show the city they can help by opening their doors to anyone that needs a safe, warm place to go during the storm.

This book was a fun read, but it was also a tragic read. The characters are finding their own strengths and coming into their own. Boomer is showing the club that he may have issues, but he can be a strong leader and is a good man. All of the guys look to Boomer for help, strength and guidance and are showing him that he is needed and worthy. I love this story and the battles that are fought in this story are tragic, but they show such a strength amongst the club that I can’t help but fall in love with the characters. I give this story a 5-star review and so look forward to more books by K. L. Savage. They write books that can destroy the heart, but they always bring me back with the love of the characters.

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