Author: Bink Cummings
Source: ARC given in exchange for an honest review.
Summary: When changing life's course, you never consider what twisted curve-ball fate might dump in your lap. Growing up in the MC, then gaining my own personal Independence was not only a curse, it was a blessing. So when I decided to say fu*k my past and embraced my future, away from the only place I called home, I tried to re-invent myself, by becoming the woman I am today.
Until, one day, fate reared its ugly head, forcing me to return to the place I ran from. The place where I had no choice but to face HIM. And hide the biggest secret of my life, as I wallowed in silent fear, of the insurmountable repercussions it would evoke when anyone found out the truth.
Flirty Review: Four Lip Bites
The story picks up months after book one left off. Bink is dating a dude that is as square as can be. Plus she's pregnant. But not with Marshall, the new guy, but with Big's baby. Dun, dun, dunnnn! Bink didn't leave things very well with Big when she left, so needless to say he doesn't know he's going to be a father. The first half of the book shows Bink dealing with her new life. We can tell she's not really happy. Just trying to convince herself more than anything that Marshall is a wise decision, but still missing her old life. She's trying to become something she's not and it backfires on her when she has to return to the MC for her brother's wedding.
And Big doesn't make it easy on her. He's downright mean to her. I have to say, I didn't like him much this book. Not until later on. Bink was bad at times too with her treatment of Marshall. He was so unsuspecting of her and she turned it around in his face. I wanted Bink to grow up a little bit this book and Big, too, for that matter. Both of the characters need more growing to do. So third book, here I come!
All in all, the book was solid for a second in the series. I would have loved to see more Big in the book. He doesn't really pop in until about halfway through the book. We do get to have Gunz, which I loved. He's more of a father figure to Bink that anyone. This book was by far better than book one, and I only have high hopes for book three.