Review: Sugar by Jessica Gadziala

Sugar (The Henchmen MC, #12)

Sugar (The Henchmen MC, #12) by Jessica Gadziala

Expected publication: March 16th 2018

Sugar had known a lot of women in his life. But he’d never met anyone quite like this mermaid-haired, tattooed, pierced, smartass woman named Peyton who made it clear she didn’t want anything from him except as many orgasms as he could give her.

So what was he supposed to do when he realized he did want more? How was he supposed to get this woman who was so committed to non-commitment to take a chance on him? Or convince the loansharks and ex-armed robbers that loved her that he was worthy? All the while trying to figure out how a dead man from his past had somehow come back to life… and why he was coming for him…

Review:

5 How you get so fly.. Stars on Goodreads

This is Sugar and Peyton’s story and  it is the 12th installment in The Henchmen MC Series. These books just keep getting better and better!

Peyton is like my double, Unicorn hair – check, Works in library also check! Can drink any man under the table also a big check (Not that I do that regularly anymore) Yes I feel like Peyton could definitely be my double! Sugar really doesn’t know what hit him when she stops on a dark road in the middle of the night to give him a lift. She is this smart mouthed, tattooed, crazy woman who drives a hearse and he can’t help but be very intrigued with her.

“I can’t help it. I have… a condition.”
“Oh yeah?”
“Yeah… it’s quite grave. It’s called… Startshititis. I’m afraid there is no cure. Whenever someone is backassward, it just kicks in again.”

We got a little look into the Mallick’s & River’s in this book which made me happy and also excited to see what Jessica does with the River Brothers. I also loved that this story focused mainly on Peyton and Sugar. Peyton is a riot all on her own. She was so entertaining to read and I couldn’t put this book down. The Sugar playlist at the end of this book had me in stiches and prepare yourself to get a lot of  Baby Bash in your head!

As always I’m looking forward to the next book in this series and can’t wait to see who will be next.

 

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