So a reminder, this is a meme I’ve come up with to get me reading novels again. I honestly not a huge fan of them but on the other hand I have well over 300 books in me novel TBR pile.
Since I have so many I want you guys to be a part of the fun. I’ll give you five and you can pick which one you want me to read, and then next week I’ll do a review. This week it’ll be written, but if you wish for me to record my review just tell me and I’ll brave it out for you guys
Please have fun with my review (fair warning, I’m not great at them) and at the end, you’ll see the books and rules.
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INSIDE OUT (Bronco’s Boys #1) by Andrew Grey
Andrew Grey is the only, and I do mean only, author whose books I can really binge read. Honestly I get bored super very quickly, you can ask my good friends Tracy Gee she knows. But with this author I’m able to read and read, and though I start getting bored around book 5, like always, I’m able to read at least a good 3 more, which I can’t with anyone else.
I’m not sure why this is. Like yeah we all get it, but there are authors out there who are just as good. Just as captivating and yet I just can’t.
Anyway, this is one of those times where I want to stuff everything and just read the rest of the series and move onto the next one, and I prob will, lol
Anyway, onto the story I suppose.
This book and I guess the series is about this club, book one. I’ve not looking into what the others are actually about, he’s kinda a one-click author for me so I’m not sure I’ve ever actually read the blurb…maybe I should now. Nah, what’s the point the surprise will give it a little more push for me to open the bloody book, lol.
Anyway, Bull, big guy, intimidating and Zach a little dude. Very troupe-y and I love it. Not that I thought I wouldn’t, but I do tend to like them big *wink wink*
Anyway, as you will learn I tend to find morals in the stories I read (and movies) as it’s how I write books. This one I want to say is about healing. About them finding the one person so understands what they weren’t through as a child and to help heal what they had lost.
It was fun and captivating as all Andrew’s books are. I enjoyed it, I want to pick up book 2 asap
so yes, great book, on GR I gave it a 5 stars with a 4.5 star rating. I really want to read the next one, though I have no idea who the hell it is. I have hope and yeah I could look it up, but what’s the fun in that *wink wink*
And that’s it, thanks for sticking with me. I’d love to hear your thoughts on the book if you’ve read it.
- Comment on the book you think I should read
- The one with the most comments win
- On Thursday, I’ll do something with the book in question. A review. An impression. Something a big different but about the book – I feel this might not be the same thing ever week (am trying to talk myself into doing a video chat about it)