Making the Cut : Selected Sinners MC

  • by Scott Hildreth
  • Narrated by Biff Summers, Bunny Warren
  • Series: Selected Sinners MC
  • 6 hrs and 59 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Determined to remove herself from the rules and regulations of her overbearing religious parents, Avery escapes to college and is determined to make it on her own. Working as a bartender, and mere weeks before her college graduation, she finds herself face-to-face with 30 members of an outlaw motorcycle club.
She had no idea when the president of the club walked in she'd go weak in the knees for the gorgeous tattooed biker.
Axton (aka Slice) is the president of the Selected Sinners MC. At the onset of a huge gun deal with a notorious prison gang, he has no time or desire to have a woman in his life. Abused by his Hells Angel father as a child, and wronged by every woman in his past, Axton has one devotion - the MC.
After finding out he needs Avery's criminal justice education and her linguistic skills to assist in making the gun deal a success, Axton reluctantly approaches her to act as his interpreter.
Hoping to win Axton over, Avery attempts to turn off her smart mouth, turn on her charm, and become his woman of interest, even if it means sacrificing a level of independence she's grown accustomed to.
But when the gun deal goes to hell in a handbasket, both Avery and Axton are left wondering what their next move may be.


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He Made Progress and She Made The Cut!

I've listened to well over 600 audiobooks and love ALL types of romances from sweet and loving to dark, raw and gritty. Admittedly, I've only listened to handful of male romance authors but I have to say Scott Hildreth is my favorite male author so far. He really delivered a dark unapologetic, gritty, MC story, and did a great job building up the relationship between the H/h. I will definitely be continuing the series; however, I do have a few comments about what I like and disliked.

First, I loved, LOVED Biff's performance and thought he did an awesome job portraying Axton. I loved how he delivered all Axton's sarcastic, gritty dialogue. I've listened to both Biff Summers and Bunny Warren in the past, they make a great team and made this an enjoyable audio experience.

The MC world building was excellent! This isn't no do-gooder MC gang. Yeah, they will kill for the right reasons, but don't have any issues taking out those who cross them.

The main characters as well as the secondary characters were intriguing. I liked they all had their own personalities, and quirks. Some of my favorites were Axton aka Slice, Otis, and Toad. Even though Avery was Axton's love interest, I didn't think she was playing with a full deck. Which brings me to what I liked least, Avery's obsession and jealously over her best friend Sloan's body, especially her tits and Avery's lack of them. It would have been ok for her to think about it some, but my gosh, she thought about it some much she really came across as someone with a low self esteem but she was suppose to me this tough firecracker. Even with her obsession with her body, at least being with Axton finally gave her the self confidence to like her own body.

The only other issue I had with the story was Axton's plan to set up Sloan at the Barbeque. This wasn't cool, and even worse Avery was ok with the plan even though she was suppose to be her best friends.

Compared to other erotic stories, the chemistry and steam factor is on the lower side. The H/h don't have sex until over halfway through the story, instead the story builds their relationship up. Now, the cop car was a first.

Overall this was a very entertaining story full of action, humor, interesting characters and a unique H/h. A few unanswered questions, but the positives definitely outweigh the negatives, and I look forward to listening to the rest of the series. However, this is one of those MC stories where some listeners will love it while others won't.
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- Cheri


Steady plot. Vivid characters but too immature for me to empathize with their issues. Might work better if at least one or two of the outlaws were comical. I did not find the two voices compatible, especially when each narrator also did the opposite role. I think a single narrator might would be better.
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- C Puccia

Book Details

  • Release Date: 11-29-2016
  • Publisher: Audible Studios