Ropes (Burning Saints MC Book 3) by Jack Davenport


Spencer “Ropes” Kimble is one of the Burning Saints’ most loyal soldiers, but harbors a secret passion…one that could get him laughed out of his club.

Devlin Walker has a singular focus: save enough money to open her own tattoo shop. Nothing is going to stand in her way, especially not a cocksure biker who won’t take no for an answer.

As his club faces their biggest threat to date, Ropes is about to follow the call of his newfound muse into uncharted waters.

With danger looming on both land and at sea, will Ropes and Devlin navigate their way to forever, or lose themselves in the deep?

My Review:

Ropes (Burning Saints MC Book 3)Ropes by Jack Davenport

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

It’s not often that you find a book that satisfies all of your wants in one story. I love so many different types of books. This book is a perfect blend of Romantic Comedy and Bad A** MC Romance! Right from the beginning, Ropes and Devlin’s interactions had me laughing.

Ropes is an enigma. He isn’t a typical biker. Don’t get me wrong, he’s plenty hard core. There’s just a whole entire side of himself that he hides from everyone. But he knows what he wants, and what he wants is Devlin. However, Devlin has issues! What she says, and what she means are often not the same. And she says whatever she thinks! But, like with most people, there are reasons for her issues.

This book isn’t just an MC romance. There is so much more to this story than that. I loved the humor, as well as the chemistry between Devlin and Ropes. I loved the loyalty and family the MC presented. This book is just the right mix of hilarity and seriousness to give you a fun read!

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