- File Size: 1346 KB
- Print Length: 248 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1514208660
- Publication Date: June 20, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00YSW5O7A
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #651,769 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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This is a beautiful love story not everyone finds. I could feel it in my bones. I have been married for over 3 decades and the love Susan describes between this beautiful couple so eminates what my husband and I have. Heart wrenching at times. Not always roses and unicorns but true to the bone until death do us part.
If you haven't read the Horde series I so encourage you to do so. Every single one of these books has me feeling every single emotion possible. Every one of the characters are so real I feel like I personally know them. Thank you Susan I'll be sad to see this series ends.
By: Susan Fanetti
Susan Fanetti’s writing and story-telling ability leave me astounded. This side-trip story was woven seamlessly; blending the past 30-40 years of Hoosier & Bibi’s life, to the struggles that they are currently facing. This book takes place after the gang-related attack that Hoosier & Bibi suffered from, including physical violence & the arson of their home. Hoosier had been injured the worst & was in a coma for a while. When he came out, he couldn’t remember anyone except for Bibi & their son, Conner. His major issue is that he cannot speak and thus he can’t communicate his needs or desires with his wife or nurses.
We get to see how Bibi & Hoosier met, the backstories of their lives before then were given, but not expounded upon, which I feel would have been unnecessary. Hoosier & Bibi are just so unique & different when they meet; it really was a ‘fun’ read. We get to see their early lives together and the different MCs that Hoosier belonged to. The attack that left Bibi unable to have more children was not descriptive, but the condition they found her in was & so were her injuries. We get to see the time when Hoosier was the President of the SoCal Scorpions chapter. There were many years during that time so the readers got to see things from a different POV.
During book 2, Shadow & Soul, which was Demon & Faith’s story, I felt like I needed several varying POVs. I wanted to see the situation from everyone’s angle. What they were put through and suffered was horrific & unforgivable. I wanted to see how Hoosier & Bibi justified it or at least were able to bear witness to it. I wanted to see how Faith’s parents truly dealt with the aftermath of the situation that they forcefully created. I absolutely loved that book and how Faith & Demon were able to overcome. But this part had given me some closure on what I had felt like was missing from the other book and needed to see.
Then, there was the time when Bart was transferred from the Missouri Night Horde MC to the SoCal Scorpions MC. That was such an emotional book for me and left me somewhat sad, but Fanetti weaved Bart into the next books in the Signal Bend series anyways. Then some of the highly, emotionally charged events were talked about, thankfully not in full detail or I may have broken down crying again. That storyline also led to the events of the SoCal Scorpions becoming the SoCal Night Horde.
Then the storyline also moves forward in the present. There isn’t a large part of the MC storyline that moves forward during this time, but I think that makes this book all the better. I am looking forward to the next book, for not only the love story but also for the MC drama that (I think) will start unfolding.
There is no other author who can wring the kind of emotions that Fanetti can from me. I’ve shed more tears over some of her books than I can count but the stories are the kind I can’t put down once I’ve started.