⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5
The Ruthless Kings of Atlantic City have had their fair share of tragedy, betrayal and pain. It seems that Kansas’ road to love is no different, unfortunately.
Kansas knows how to treat a woman with kindness, honesty and care. He’s loyal, dangerous and yet, he has a soft heart when it comes to women and the elderly. He’s always there to take Homer to Bingo, even though he hates going, and he is always ready to stand by his brothers no matter what. The Atlantic City chapter of the Ruthless Kings have had to dig themselves out of the hole that they were put in by the previous president and various members that were more ruthless than they should have been. They are finally showing their community that they are a club that is ready to help their neighbors.
Violet has had a charmed life, but her whole world is crashing down around her and her sisters. Not only does she have no clue who her parents really were, but she doesn’t even know she has a godfather, nor, who he is. She’s about to get a rude awakening when she finally heals enough from the boat accident to talk to Boomer and the Ruthless Kings. Her life is still in jeopardy and she’ll take a couple of hits until things start to settle down for her and she’s able to see her future.
I love Kansas, he’s a bad boy, but one with such a big heart. I love not only his loyalty to his brothers in the MC, but his love and loyalty to his mother. He learned at a young age that we are only given one mother on this earth and we should cherish her for life. He’s a lethal member of the MC as the Sergeant at Arms and acting VP, but he has a soft side of him that really comes out with Violet around. He’s deadly, calm most of the time, and a man that can be counted on, but if you mess with his family or someone he loves, you had better watch out because there is no where you can go or hide that he won’t get his retribution. I love the Ruthless Kings, and I love reading the Atlantic City books because they are just finding themselves and what they want to do and where they want to go. The canvas is wide open for them and they have a lot to discover about their club and how they can make it their own. I can’t wait to keep reading and find out where they go, who joins them, and how they grow. I give this story a 5-star review and highly recommend any of the Ruthless Kings books along with the Asylum books, and the Moretti Syndicate books. Really any book by K. L. Savage. They will not disappoint.