Review: What Might Kill Us (The Devil’s Dust #5) by M.N. Forgy

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What Might Kill Us (The Devil’s Dust #5) by M.N. Forgy

Release Date: 7/11/16

Blurb

Brotherhood is what Bull bleeds and all that he knows.

Being the king of The Devil’s Dust and surrounded by easy women was his everyday… until having his heart broke rooted him to the bottom of a whiskey bottle.

Heartbroken, and drowning in lost memories he’s unsure of the direction of his life, when the answer – consisting of a terrified Mexican girl- nearly knocks him off his feet.

Determined to get his act together and rectify his club, he rides to Texas for answers, only to be confronted with the emotional ghosts he isn’t ready to deal with.

He sees Anahi, and he wants her.

But she may come with more baggage than Bull is ready for.

Anahi used to be prim and proper. She used to wear dresses and keep up appearances to impress people she didn’t know. I guess you could say she was a fucking lady.

But that was when she lived in Mexico with her parents.

Before her uncle turned on her.

Before, the only man she ever loved, her step-brother, betrayed her.

Before she was forced to be a drug mule for the Cartel.

Evening gowns a lost memory, expensive heels traded for boots, and a nine millimeter in her hand instead of a limited edition purse. Anahi sets aside everything she’s ever known including the fairytale stories her mother told her about America.

She’s angry, determined, and looking for a way out.

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 Review:

3.5 Hard to take Stars on Goodreaeds, Read from November 19 to 21, 2016

For those who are fans of the Devil’s Duct MC series by M.N. Forgy, will love this edition to the series. I for some reason have missed some of these and although I wasn’t lost within the story I was a little disappointed I hadn’t read them first.

“You and I are each other’s remedy for this fucked up world we were given. Without you by my side I’m not living, I’m just fucking being.”

Bull’s story was a long time coming. Since the death of Bab’s, Bull The president of the The Devil’s Dust, has taken to drowning himself in alcohol. Not much matters expect for him to numb his pain and guilt.

Anahi, raised as a princess within her Drug Smuggling family is a little naive. She plays out that she knows very little about her family and that she’s sheltered from what her father was and did. I found this a little hard to take.  I also found the age gap between Bull and Anahi very hard to take as well. I for one would have made her a little older.

Overall this was a good story, but to be honest at times i felt like putting it down and not picking it back up. Whether this was because I’d missed a few of the books in this series or whether it was some of the hard to take story-line who knows. I did finish it but like I said it was good but it didn’t rock my world.

About the Author

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M.N. Forgy was raised in Missouri where she still lives with her family. She’s a soccer mom by day and a saucy writer by night. M.N. Forgy started writing at a young age but never took it seriously until years later, as a stay-at-home mom, she opened her laptop and started writing again. As a role model for her children, she felt she couldn’t live with the “what if” anymore and finally took a chance on her character’s story. So, with her glass of wine in hand and a stray Barbie sharing her seat, she continues to create and please her fans.

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