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From The Ruins (Satan's Knights Transition Of Power Book 1) Kindle Edition
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- Publication date : September 26, 2017
- File size : 4415 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 231 pages
- ASIN : B074K7H535
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Language: : English
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #318,885 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Carla's Freakin' Five Star Review
Mercy, Mercy, Mercy! I have been waiting for Pipe's story for what seems like forever, and I am glad to say that it was SO worth the wait!
Pipe is a man who knows loss, but losing his wife devastated him. He was living some of his darkest days just wanting to die. That all changed the moment a petite woman with lots of sass and a dirty mouth came barreling into his life.
Layla's life hasn't been much better than Pipes. She is divorced and a single mom of three. Much like life, fate intervenes bringing these two broken people together. Is their story full of puppies and rainbows? Heck No! They both have a lot to work through before they can even think of finding their own version of happily ever after. My favorite quote from the book really sums up their relationship. "The harder the fall, the more beautiful the climb back up will be". Don't you just love that quote? I think each person reading this could apply it to their life at one point or another.
My favorite aspect of this book was not the wild monkey sex (although that was quiet enjoyable). No, my favorite character was little Lexi. That kid had sass for days, and she really cracked me up. It was also great to see the way Pipe interacted with and loved Layla's kids. Oh, and we also get the pleasure of checking up on a few old friends like Bulldog, Blackie, and Riggs!
Janine, it is so obvious that you put a lot of blood, sweet, and tears into Pipe and Layla's story. I was blown away! Girl, you rock!! If you haven't yet read the books in this series, you should one click them now!
Lee doesn't think he's worthy, everyone he claims and cares for gets taken from him in the most vile ways. His sense of deja vu is heartbreaking. and enough to make him think twice.
Layla is a single mother of 3 that takes herself out of the game after her failed marriage, to put her children first. They are having a rough go of it and just when she thinks it can't get much worse, she meets her new arse of a neighbor who seems to thrive on being a jerk.
This isn't a hearts and flowers story, but if you've read any of the Knights before this, you already know that. What you will get is raw, real emotion. Situations that aren't ideal, but are exactly what these two need. Will they overcome the obstacles that they and others put in front of them or will they decide it's not worth the risk and walk away, he's done it before, is it becoming a habit or will Pipe finally find his heart?
I have met the author once (briefly) at a signing. At the beginning of her book she says that Layla is a character based on her. Despite only having that brief meeting with Bosco I can actually picture Layla as her (and vice versa)! I love that Bosco's characters share some similarities with real life people that I "know" from the book world. It makes me like them all even more! I am looking forward to more of these characters! with
I loved everything about this book. Janine pulls you into the story and makes you feel like you are right there. You feel the pain that Pipe is dealing with during the lose of his wife. The struggle that Layla is going through with now being a single mom to three kids. And those kids! I absolutely adored them.
If you want to read a book that gets your blood flowing and heart racing then I definitely recommend this book. My favorite line in this book brought tears to my eyes: “That mouth,” he grunts. “You’re lucky I love you.” From The Ruins can be read as a standalone since this is Layla and Lee’s story but I recommend enjoying this series by starting at the beginning so you can fall in love with all the characters.
Will Layla be what Lee needs? Will he go back to his club?
The author did an amazing job!! Cannot wait for more from this talented author!!