Monday, April 24, 2017

Review: Wanderer

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

*****5 Smiling Stars*****
So I love the way this book starts Janine letter to the reader is awesome she challenges you not to feel every emotion (trust me you will feel all of them) in this book and to play a drinking game while you read (had to stop playing lines started to blur).
This story had me since the start so many twist and turns from the beginning to the very end kept me turning every page to get more. This is the story of Celeste and Cobra (Jagger) their past was not always pretty but it’s their past that will make their future. Celeste grew up loving Jagger; Jagger was as much in love with Celeste happy to just count all the first he has with Celeste and all the smiles he could count. When Alexandria Celeste best friend Jagger twin sister is kidnap this change bt the push through the ugly together; that’s until Jagger decides to up and go without a word to find out what happened to his sister. Fast forward to a run in Jagger and Celeste and she soon learns he not the boy she once loved is not who stands in front of her it’s Cobra. Fast forward some more Cobra while being back home has done his very best to avoid Celeste because he can’t bring her on his path that will lead her nowhere. When tragedy happens at the club house and has the one person he has been trying to stay away from in front of him he starts to think maybe pushing her away is not the right thing to do. Standing in front Celeste is the man she told herself to forget he’s not Jagger anymore and she has a secret that could just blow everything out of the water. The connection between Cobra and Celeste is so strong, what they go through to be together is heartbreaking the struggle and the high and the lows the sadness these two go through.
This book is one of my FAVORITE MC books!! I NEED Duce’s story PLEASE!! I too want to become Property Of Parrish!

*****ARC from Indie Sage PR for review*****

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