Gypsy by Patricia A. Rasey


Grayson ‘Gypsy’ Gabor, Sons of Sangue MC VP, is bitter even nine months after Tamera Cantrell broke the rules, took his blood without permission, became his mate and changed his relationship with his best friend.

Gypsy has three months to decide if he is going accept the mating. Frustrating the situation is Vlad Tepes, the oldest vampire overseeing the deadline is met plus frenemy brother biker and roommate, Anton, is obviously and impatiently waiting to claim Tamera for his own. Anton, is as desirable as Gypsy is ‘a**holish’ for this outing, tries to keep a degree of pride throughout the read.

Tamera wanted Gypsy all to herself, all the time and always but she didn’t want him to hate her. She didn’t think he’d ignore her while his ex-best friend took care of Gypsy’s responsibilities toward her. Who knew a guy could be so pissy about not having two or more women at a time?!? Tamera couldn’t believe he was actually considering giving her away to said best friend. Well, absolutely not!

This exciting installment has things heating up with war against the cartel, Rosalee still running amok, Vlad in town and rival MC, the Devils, deciding to expand their territory into Pleasant with a eye to having it all. They’re all playing for keeps with the Sons. When Tamera’s machinations put her in ultimate jeopardy, Gypsy might have to remove those thumbs and the boys get to flex their Alpha muscles.

This read is full with the Sons following through on their work with the DEA, keeping their territory free of rival MC’s and shades of the romantic triangle interfering so that the club members and mates take sides. This reader was not a fan of book two and left book three languishing in TBR land since its release date. What a mistake!

While not a cliffhanger, book two gave a great entry a better entry for this reader. Those repercussions began this installment with both threads vying for primary within a couple of pages alternately peaking and waning. Since each installment works as a series entry and stand alone so there could be more Sons on the way.

Rating: 4stars

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