It is recommended that you read “Heaven Hill Generations” before starting this series, or you will be spoiled and lost!
I stood by as my husband become a person I didn’t recognize any longer. I watched as he betrayed his club.
Now I’m trying to figure out how to move on, how to live my life, still love myself, and allow my family to love me.
I’ve been broken before, but this time I’m not sure anyone can put those pieces back together.
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I almost don’t have the words..... I think I was on the verge of tears or did cry through most of this book. Some sad, some happy. Laramie Briscoe pulled me into Christine’s world so that I felt her emotions. It was amazing. Run, don’t walk, to purchase and read this book.....
So excited to get Christine’s point of view!
So excited to get Christine’s point of view! The second in the Heaven Hill Shorts series focuses on Christine and how not only her life but also her personality has changed after her husband’s actions. I really felt for her throughout the course of the short novella, because her feelings were so raw and her confusion on where she stood with everyone and the doubting and second-guessing consumed her. Thankfully, the MC still has her back no matter what, and when she needed them they came to the rescue, proving to her that they meant what they said regarding her stance in the club. Along with that, we also see Christine recover emotionally within a relationship with the budding romance she starts. I really enjoyed Christine’s story because of her relation to Travis and was so glad that she was able to recover. I can’t wait to see who’s next in this series (as well as a full novel continuing the story)!
I voluntarily read and reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.
Christine takes us on an emotional ride with her trying to put her life back together after everything that happened in Fury. The glimpse into the guilt and blame she was dealing with was so well written. I definitely am looking forward to the next book in this amazing series. Thank you Laramie Briscoe for letting us read what Christine went through and how she is working to come out on the other side. I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.