Tool by K.L. Savage
Series: Ruthless Kings MC, #3
Genre: Contemporary | Romance
Age Range: Adult Audience
Source: Give Me Books Promotions
Published on June 19th 2020
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Being the VP of the Ruthless Kings has made me jaded and scarred, a savage bloodthirsty beast.
I wouldn’t burden anyone with loving me. I’m a hard man to love.
Until she walks through the garage doors, looking perfect in her little blue dress and high heels.
She’s neat and clean and too damn good for me, but I’m determined to get her filthy.
Then Reaper reminds me of the debt I owe him, and the fine is costly—stay away from the woman whose voice is a song.
Because her father is the sheriff of Vegas, and he fucking hates us.
Come to find out, the sheriff is a bit crooked, which unlocks a whole new set of rules in my playbook. And I have the right tools to break all of them.
Do I go against my Prez again for my little sparrow? Or do I let her fly away?
I put Tool of for a little while even though I wanted to read it because I didn’t enjoy Boomer (second book of the series) as much I enjoyed Reaper (the first book of the series).
I liked finding out what made Logan aka Tool the way he is and what’s the deal with screwdriver.
Juliette is a 25 years old and she finally decided enough is enough. She decided to move out from her dad’s place and he wasn’t a happy camper. I loved that she’d a little naive but still knew what she wanted. She loves bright colors and they make her happy. Things that are dark and dangerous freak her out but she can’t help but be attracted to Logan.
There’s just something about good girl/ bad boy romance I really enjoy. I love how he had unique pet name her like little sparrow. They both have an attraction to each other but not only does her dad hate him and his whole MC but his president don’t want to make the sheriff anymore angry with them.
I get why Reaper did what he did but it also made me disappointed with him. I agreed what Tool screamed at him but he should’ve really kept his mouth shut.
All in all great read. I couldn’t put it down when I started it but it also didn’t give me all the feels. I found all the scenes with Poodle and his dog hilarious.