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- Print Length: 389 pages
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- Publisher: Left Break Press; 1st edition (December 14, 2014)
- Publication Date: December 14, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00R1ILRPG
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- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #114,813 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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While I still have some of the same issues I had in the last book. Switching from MC names to real names is confusing, and some of the small details are off. BUT, once we got caught up in the timeline the story started to flow. Chey kind of thinks of herself as a MC "Nancy Drew", she's trying to help the MC figure out what happened to Holly and Mindy, but they don't need her help. Along with escaping high school, and trying to play detective, she falls deeper in "crush" with Jeremy. Jeremy is a young prospect who isn't mature enough to know how to handle a relationship and the MC. Young love is always chaotic, and yet romantic in it's simplicity. It's not the hottest MC love story I have ever read, but something about Chey and Jeremy pulled at me. Maybe it's the different POV from such a younger couple who grew up in the MC life. But I really like them. If you haven't read this series, you have to read it in order to understand the full storyline.
This book is a little different since the main characters Cheyenne and Jeremy, are in highschool at the beginning of the book.
Cheyenne is Grady's daughter. Grady is the Sargent in Arms of Forsaken. She's called Miss Priss throughout the book. She is spoiled and immature, but she does change throughout the book. She has her moments of being a little weak and doubting herself, but what girl, or woman, doesn't.
Jeremy is just a prospect when the book starts, and throughout most of the book. He is a jerk at the beginning. But I still liked him.
Their path isn't easy, neither make it any easier, but they're young. I love how the storyline went and the scene with Chey and Leo, showed how strong and smart Chey actually is.
I can't wait to read more of this series. I'm going on a binge to finally catch up on all of them.
What a way to end 2015!
By: JC Emery
At the beginning of this book, the author left a note that these books do share an overlapping timeline, the epilogues not withstanding since they tend to go years further. Each chapter also had a countdown to the major event of Mancuso’s downfall. However, that isn’t an event we see in this book.
Cheyenne & Jeremy were both club brats and the only family they knew, were club members. Jeremy’s dad was in prison for club relates business, and his mother had run off. His sister had been one of the Fallen Club Girls, before Diesel made her his old lady. Cheyenne Grady is the daughter of the Sergeant-at-Arms for the Forsaken MC and we already had somewhat of her story from book 3, Rev, which was about her dad & Holly. But there was also quite a bit about Jeremy & Cheyenne in that book as well, since they were also seniors and Holly worked as a secretary at the school. We also got to know Jeremy in book 2, Thrash, which was his sister Nicole & Diesel’s book.
This goes back to when Cheyenne & Jeremy are in high school, and they are dealing with club stuff that has happened and which they have heard about. We see their friendship change and morph into something more, but there are hang-ups and things can get a little out of hand. It may be first love, but only if Jeremy doesn’t screw it all up, which is so highly possible since he gets his prospect cut when he is 17 and only a senior in high school.
We also get to an up close and personal look at the Italian, Leo Scavo who is trying to figure out all the differences & true back stories of his boss, the head of the Mancuso crime family. He’s also trying to figure out a non-bloody solution.
We also know when and why Cheyenne goes to chef’s school in San Francisco and some of the other scenes that were side notes in Grady & Holly’s story. The epilogue does take us further beyond where the 5th book will pick up.