Review~Boomtown by Lani Lynn Vale

Title: Boomtown 
Series: Freebirds #1
Author: Lani Lynn Vale
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Pages: 302
Heat Level: 2 out of 4 flames
Overall Star Rating: 3 out of 5 stars
Reviewed by Kay the Snitch Bitch

Her

I wanted to have a pity party of one when I went for that beer. I never imagined I would meet a dark and dangerous man. That man took me on the wildest ride of my life. Literally and Figuratively. He quickly became my entire world.

Him

I didn’t know I was looking for her. I saw her warming that bar stool and knew she would be mine. A man like me doesn’t deserve the likes of her. But damned if I didn’t take it.

Her

When we met for the first time we didn’t know that we already had a connection. A cruel game was being played, and we didn’t know the rules. Sam would save us, but at what cost? Sam was one of my main reasons for living. If he wasn’t in this world anymore, would I still want to be a part of it?

Review

I had kept seeing this author’s name pop up on my Goodreads and everyone seemed to love the books. I thought about reading them for a while and took a chance. It seemed to me from reading some reviews, that this series is about an MC. It wasn’t. The guys were ex-military and helped abused women start new lives. They were in an MC but not one percenters. That was my fault for not researching more clearly.

What I liked:

The suspense was okay.

The heroine raising her niece during her brother’s deployment.

The heroine’s brother was a good, single daddy.

What I didn’t like:

The timing was off.

The writing was choppy.

You found out plot twists as an afterthought.

It was okay for me but honestly, my dislikes outweighed the likes for the book. I wanted an outlaw MC book and didn’t get one. Research your books people.
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