Genres: Contemporary, Contemporary Romance, Romance
I had everything I ever wanted—a wife, a kid, with two more on the way. I was living the American dream. After the babies were born, we hit a rough patch. I did everything to prove my love, to show Suzy that nothing was more important than her. After some work and a lot of time, we found our groove again.
Just when life had evened out, a familiar enemy came back to haunt us. It wasn’t my past that followed us, but my brother’s. When the danger gets too close, I’ll do anything to defend my family. There’s nothing more important than the people I love, and I’ll protect what’s mine—even if it costs me my life.
The Gallo’s are at it again and I am more than happy to revisit one of my favorite family’s. This is book six in the series and really should be read after reading the others in the series as it will touch about what happens before, especially Thomas’ story. Plus, I love the books, especially Mike’s story.
Trials and tribulations continue in the Gallo family. The story focuses on City and Suzy, the stars of the first book in the series, Throttle Me. Now parents to an impish little girl named Gigi who takes after her aunt Izzy, and two more little ones on the way, life is hectic. It doesn’t help when an old enemy comes back, threatening their family. But this is the Gallos. Life, even married and with kids, will never be boring. Oh the times I laughed out loud, literally, while reading this book. The loudest laugh coming at the end with Ma and Pa Gallo which had me nearly in tears. I will admit to going back to some parts to read again just so I can laugh.
“Everyone I gave birth to in the dining room.” When no one moved, she yelled, “Now!”
Just like we were kids again, everyone scurried into the dining room and took their seats.
(I just love Ma Gallo)
The Gallo’s are a tight knit family and what affects one, affects them all. It’s that family that you wish you were a part of, and if you are, you know how lucky you are. Pains they might be, they have each others’ back. There are some tense moments and one where my heart absolutely stopped, to the point where I put the book aside and had to brace myself for what was to come.
The author does not disappoint with this latest, and hopefully not last, edition in the series. Here’s hoping we will see members of City’s crew, like Bear, finally get their own book! This is one series not to be missed.
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