I was just six months pregnant when I lost the man I was going to marry. Mouse was caught in the crosshairs of a war between the Kings of Korruption MC and a rival club, leaving me to raise our daughter alone. Brokenhearted, angry, and terrified, I struggle through life, determined to raise my daughter the best way I know how.
Since the day Mouse was killed, Bosco has been tasked with watching over us. As time passed, he became a part of the family, a man my daughter can rely on. A man who has never let me down, and whose intensity makes me weak in the knees. But that man is part of the same club that got Mouse killed, and there’s no way I can put myself or my daughter through that a second time.
Taking care of Sarah and her daughter may have started out as a duty handed down to me by the president of my club, but now it’s as vital to me as breathing. Now I’ve become attached. I’ve learned how kind, brave, and sexy Sarah is. I was even there when she gave birth to the little girl that captured my heart the moment she took her first breath.
My feelings for her have turned from friendship to an all-consuming passion that threatens to burn me from the inside out, but I know she’s not ready. So, I wait. I wait while she takes the time she needs and stand by while she grieves. But when the world as we know it is rocked on its foundation, I can’t wait any longer. I need to prove to her that it’s okay to move on, that we need each other. That I will do whatever it takes to make her happy.
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Biscottis and the Kings of Korruption MC series
Loved this series and each couple’s story. Each had challenges, some more than others, but the perseverance and strength proves love does conquer all! Highly recommend ♥️
When I read the author’s ramblings at the beginning of the book I knew I was going to need some kleenexes. I was almost in tears reading the first chapter. Reading about cancer is hard on me anyway. My heart truly broke for Bosco. The pain he felt at a young age took him on a spiral down. It is good to know he was able to find his way out of the darkness.
I did wonder how long Bosco was in love with Sarah. I know in the book it said at least three years. But I had to wonder if he did not start loving her even before Mouse died.
I can not imagine what it was like for Sarah. Here she was pregnant and now being told by her fiancé’s MC that Mouse (her fiancé) was dead. Her world was caving in. I loved how Bosco was there for her from the get go.
I am a huge lover of MC books as long as they are written well. I loved how this author wrote this book. The author truly showed the brotherhood, the closeness, and the bond that the MC has. It did not bother me that this book did not have drama in it. Don’t get me wrong I don’t mind it from time to time but it was nice to see a book focused on what the MC is about and how they are more then just outlaws and parties.
Bosco’s hurt and heartache does not end with his brother and his friend Mouse’s death. Sarah will go through something that will crumble her world, even more the Mouse’s death. What Sarah goes through will rip Bosco’s heart into. He loves Sarah and her daughter. It was so great to see that he was a rock for Sarah and willing to help her with what ever she needed even though she tried time and time again to push him away.
I loved to see how the MC was there for Sarah as well. They looked at her as family. I loved seeing them going above and beyond for her and her daughter. It was something to see a 3 year old soften those biker boys’ heart as well.
Truly a great story and glad i got a chance to read it. This book can be read as a standalone and I hope to go back to the previous books and read them as well.
Get the tissues ready! You are going to need them. I knew I was in trouble when the ramblings and dedication made me teary.
My heart broke for Sarah when Mouse died leaving her pregnant. Enter Bosco who was chosen by the club to make sure Sarah and Millie are taken care of. Sarah tries to push Bosco and the club away but they aren’t having it.
I loved how the club came together to help Millie and to show Sarah that club life isn’t so bad.
The chemistry between these two characters is off the charts.
Thank you Geri Glenn for Bosco’s story