Genres: MC Romance
I feel it is only fair to warn you that the beginning is an emotional turmoil, one where you really feel such heartache and this does continue on and off throughout the book. Such fabulous writing by this author, she certainly has a way with words that makes you feel a part of the story.
Bosco, aka Scott, is a King’s Korruption MC member who prospected with Mouse. Sarah and Mouse were an item until they weren’t and although she still has Bosco visiting, she isn’t happy about the club anymore.
Bosco is an honest character who is a little hard on himself but he is such a beautiful soul. Sarah has to deal with so much at such a young age and her plight is ‘real life’ making it feel like it could be someone you know. As much as my heart ached at times for Sarah there was a time or two where I could cheerfully have shaken her! Then again that is what good writers do, they get you totally invested in the story! And I just want to add..go Ryker! 🙃
There are life lessons to be learnt in many stories and this is one of them for sure. I appreciated the fact that this author didn’t sugar coat things but instead helped us to experience life in a different way. It might not be everyone’s cup of tea but it’s better than experiencing it for real and gifting us an insight that hopefully makes us better people.
I am so pleased with the very end but…my lips are sealed! 🤐
Reviewed by Robyn
What a great end to this brilliant series, although I feel we will be seeing a lot of the characters in books to come. I had a real emotional time with this book, things like this are never easy to read, especially when you are dealing with a small child.
I found this book although was really good, it had a lot of holes in it, I wanted and I guess I needed more. I felt it jumped and skipped things I wanted to know more about. It doesn’t detract anything from the book, in itself I guess its a personal thing for me.
Sarah and Bosco were always on the cards when the club thrusts them together after Mouse’s death. And although it was beautiful, hot, heavy and a long time coming. I felt it again lacked something that wasn’t written. I guess again I just needed more. Millie completely stole the show for me in this book.
I do really recommend this book as although I wanted, hell I needed more. It was good and did indeed round off this series nicely.
Sarah grins back and I can’t stop myself from looking down any longer. Since the second she opened that door, I’ve been fighting the urge to check her out in that tiny silk robe. It falls just below her ass, and if the hair in the towel thing is anything to go by, I know she’s buck assed naked under there.
I drag my eyes away from her slender legs and freeze. The front of the robe is gaping open and the swell of her breasts are right there, in front of me, begging me to touch. “Babe,” I say softly. “I’m gonna need ya to go put some clothes on.”
Sarah’s eyes go round and her cheeks flame as she gasps and looks down at what she’s displaying. “Oh, God.” Her hands come up and she grasps the material together. As she rushes by me, I reach out and take her arm, stopping her as she passes.
Every ounce of oxygen leaves my lungs as her eyes come up to meet mine from beneath her long dark lashes. My gaze drops to her parted lips, and the urge to lean down and press my mouth against hers almost consumes me.
Slowly, I lower my head, her warm breath mingling with my own. I can’t breathe.