Monday, October 3, 2016

Book Review: Hopelessly Shattered

                               5 Star Read

So can you tell that I really liked this book? Ha ha 
In all seriousness I was surprised by this book. I went in with lower expectations because I have never heard of the author despite the fact that she has published several books so far. I live in a world of book reviews, book releases, book tours, and cover reveals so I hear about a lot of authors. I am glad I finally heard about Bink Cummings because let me tell you wenches, this chick can write! Hopelessly Shattered is my 5 star recommendation for anyone who loves biker romance. If you want a feel for her writing I suggest you read her series Diary of Bink Cummings. If you do though read the whole series including the novella Vol 4 that ties it up nicely. Vol 1 is free through amazon. Now that I have gushed over Miss Cummings let me through you the synopsis of Hopelessly Shattered. 
Title: Hopelessly Shattered (Sacred Sinners MC- Texas Chapter)
Author: Bink Cummings
Genre: MC Romance
Release Date: September 27, 2016

Single Mother- ✔
Dead Father- ✔
Motherless Childhood- ✔
Librarian- ✔
Black Rimmed Glasses to Fit the Job Description- ✔
The Biggest A-hole in the World for an Ex- ✔✔

When you’re born you never know what life will throw at you. You just make the best of it no matter what happens. That’s pretty much been my go-to since infancy. Then the charming, bald headed, blue eyed, Brent came along and I thought all the suck in life had been flushed down the drain. Ha! That’s when my true journey began—motherhood.
This is my story, on how I took life by the go-nads when I decided I needed closure from my past—my father’s sudden death in particular. But what happens next wasn't anything I expected… It’s hopeless… shattering….exciting … scary…joyful…priceless… and I owe it all to one man... Bear, a chapter president of the Sacred Sinners Motorcycle Club.

Warning: Contains adult sexual content, the excessive use of the F-word, cheating, and whatever else that makes it unsuitable for anyone under the age of 18.
1st Novel in a Duology - that could also be read as a possible standalone.