KINDLE FRIENDS FOREVER FIVE STAR REVIEW
Reviewed by Claire Rose
I’m so glad I got to review this book as I was looking forward to reading it. And by god gal, you didn’t disappoint me. I loved it so much that I read it twice! Those of you who are reading this, please make sure you’ve read volume one first.
We see Bink leave her MC family and start life afresh. But unbeknown to her, there is a small problem that she knows she will never forget. Yeh! That small problem is Big! Bink starts her new venture and evens gets a job and starts a new relationship. The thing is, does she still have feelings for him? There is also something more going on with the MC family and her biological family which she is unaware of and will be revealed as you read on.
Several months later, Bink receives an invite to her brother’s wedding. The only issue she has is with her new man who wants to accompany her. Yet another problem arises; Marshal might not be what everyone expects. And she certainly knows he isn’t her type either. Won’t it be interesting to see how the MC receive him?
Anyway, Bink goes home to find Big has moved on and now has a girlfriend. She’s hurt but when he sees her with a new man, he gets mad. They fight with words that are hateful and this crushes Bink. Big has a choice. Accept her new man and move on, or step up to the plate and claim her. However, that tiny problem Bink has, Big has no idea about. And little does she realise that it’s his dilemma too. She’s has been lying to the MC family and only her new man knows the truth.
Big decides what he is going to do and locks her in the basement and make his demands. “I want you in my bed every fu**ing night and you can be damn sure I won’t be touchin’ other women while your mine.” Does she agree or does she go back to her new life with Marshal who in a space of a weekend, got drunk and used drugs? Not only that, he’s not happy with the life of the MC, and prefers Bink’s mom and sisters who are a major factor between our two main characters. Big also decides it’s time to tell his women why he’s got between her mother and the club.
All characters have their role in this novel and I loved every single one of them. I hope Bink writes more stories about them. Even though there is a third novel in this series, this book does have a HEA. To say I clapped and laughed and cried happy tears at this book is an understatement. Bink you have my heart! I love this series and I am so impatient to finding out what’s going to happen to the mother. Again, well done you! I have awarded this book FIVE stars but I would have given it more if that were possible. Sadly I can’t.