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Review: Roamer by Janine Infante Bosco

Roamer Roamer by Janine Infante Bosco
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

"Funny how through all the ugly God still gives us bits of beauty to find."

We already knew that Ally had it hard. Kidnapped at 14, for 12 years she was the victim of someone else's whims. Now she's got the freedom to choose who she wants to be and Deuce is there to love, support, and witness her long-deserved journey. However, Deuce also has a brutally ugly past. As their lives become further intertwined, Deuce finds he's got nowhere left to run and Ally has no intention of leaving his side. Bonnie and Clyde 2.0. "Me and my ride or die girl." Let the fire burn!

"But an unscripted happily ever after lives long after the final page is turned. The unexpected romance, the one you never see coming, the love that lights your whole world on fire, well, the flames may perish but the love burns with no end."

I've recently had the opportunity to fall in love with Janine Infante Bosco's writing and ROAMER was further proof of why she deserves to be a one-click author and why her books are on my shelves. There are many reasons for my devotion and I'd like to share a few of them.

1. She creates sympathetic alpha heroes and their equally amazing women. There seems to always be a stunning yet painful history to each of them that is not only unique but allows for such clear character depth, development and growth.
2. She hatches a plot that sucks you in; grabs onto your heart; messes with your emotions; puts her characters through so much stress and pain that you want to leap into the book to provide comfort, support and retribution; and beautifully provides a happy ending that makes the chaos worthwhile.
3. I want to be Property of Jack Parrish!!

Release Date: June 13, 2017
Genre: Contemporary Romance - MC Club
POV: Dual - 1st person
Heat: 3.5 out of 5
Book Type: Standalone - Book 3 of the Nomad series

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