Macy Rogers is a wealthy woman who knows how to run a business. She owns several bars that cater to a crowd most would choose to ignore. Her bars are known for their rough patrons, most of whom are bikers. She’s been hurt before, and now she’s careful to protect her heart.
She also has rules. Never get involved with patrons, or bikers.
When her business expands out of state, Macy wants to suspend the rules, just for a little while.
Damien “Oak” McCaffrey is a man who likes his life as it is. He has a talent for working on older muscle cars, and motorcycles, and the ladies all love him. His garage is doing very well, and he’s not in the market for a smart mouth redhead who suddenly shows up and needs his expert talents. He’s not into long term anything.
Macy has 6 months to get a new bar up and running. Oak figures she’ll be gone soon enough. What’s the harm?
The Final Cut centers on Macy Rogers. She's a strong, independent woman who's grown up around the MC life. She owns a string of bars catering to the biker clientele. She has no trouble telling the bikers "NO" when they ask her for a date - until Oak.
Macy knows she's in trouble as soon as she takes her car to the local garage and meets Damien "Oak" McCaffrey. Both are dead set against relationships, which is usually when one will catch unaware.
I loved Michelle's story telling. I'm always looking for different ways for the MC books to be written and Michelle has gotten this series off to a great start. This is a excellent shorter story with a lot of potential for a great series. I'm giving this debut 4 stars!