Warning: This book includes mature content such as: sexual content, and/or drug and/or alcohol use, and/or violence.
Series: Bossy Brothers #6
Published by Science Future Press on 9 May 2020
Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Mystery, Romance, Suspense
Source: Kindle Unlimited
Belinda Baker and I were not made for each other.
We are not soul mates, or lovers, or even frenemies.
She is the one who needed to get away.
What we had together wasn’t blind love, it was sick rage.
We were a match made in hell, it was hate at first sight, and when she walked away from me and never looked back—it was a relief.
It was bliss.
So why did I travel two thousand miles so I could be near her?
Why can’t I stop thinking about this girl I never want to see again?
Why. Am I. Here?
And what do I have to do to make her disappear for good?
Tony blew my mind! I loved how things really weren’t what they seemed, and also the fact that we were back in Fort Collins with characters from prior Huss stories in the background.
I, too, loved how Huss took us in a direction we weren’t anticipating (although, is that really unexpected with her?!? LOL) and it was PERFECT. And being back in FoCo was like coming home. 😉
I loved that Tony could surprise me and that this book took a direction that was not exactly unexpected, but rather unconventional. What is your first impression, Wifey?
I was definitely surprised by the direction this story went but thrilled at the same time. In the EOBS, Huss said that she took a chance with this one and in my opinion, it paid off greatly!
Being back in Fort Collins, with the tattoo artists, Spencer and Veronica, and with a mystery to boot made me enjoy every little thing in this story. What was your favorite part?
I’m not sure I can put a finger on a single thing, Wifey, but I really did enjoy getting to spend time with the Vaughan brothers, Vic and Vann specifically. I’ve missed FoCo. 🙂
Tony had some twisted things in his mind about Belinda, and Soshee had a weird crush on Vann. This is partly what I enjoyed about the story – how they were so obsessed with two people without truly knowing them at all. And I also found it sweet that Belinda thought that Vann was too young for her. That led to some fantastic banter and very sexy longing 🙂
Tony and Soshee were certainly two people obsessed. It was entertaining that Soshee was so sure of Vann without really knowing him. And Tony and his plan…LOL Soshee got over it pretty quickly but it took Tony a little longer. Belinda and Vann though…sigh. That kiss? That was spectacular! And to think Belinda thought Vann was too young…he showed her that a younger man makes for an excellent kisser! 😉
I found the company stuff here to be both vague and mysterious and also a bit more urgent than in Alonzo’s book… what did you think of it?
Much, much less urgent. The company stuff was on the back burner for Tony’s story and that was okay with me. It just adds to the suspense. 😉 The mysteriousness of how Huss wove the company in though has me very curious. I’m eager for the last 2 installments.
One thing that made me laugh was the way both Soshee and Belinda tried to not like each other, but found out that they actually had a lot in common. Soshee made me laugh so much – especially the quote you shared in your Thirsty Thursday and Hungry Hearts post 😀
I liked this, too. And that they both could have used a friend made it even more entertaining. Belinda was a feisty gal but Soshee was a spitfire! I loved her unabashed delivery of her thoughts. She made me laugh quite often! And that TT&HH quote…too good to not share. 😉
Reading this book contributed to these challenges:
- 2020 New Release Challenge