ARC Review of “Loner – Nomad Series Novel”, by Janine Infante Bosco @IndieSagePR @JanineBosco

We all have that need to find who we are and where we come from. There are those who were not able to find that while growing up with their natural parents, will want it all of their lives. It can help you to become who you should be, or it can make you become someone you think you should be. Either way it can harm you or help you. The trick is to overcome the bad and find the good in life to help you become the person that you want to be, not who you think you should be. The ones lucky enough to be raised by loving parents, whether they are blood or not, generally don’t have that drive or need to find themselves through who their parents were.

Loner is a story of young love, loss, and finding your way through life to be the person you should be. Lincoln Brandt is a young man who left home as a teenager to find the life he wanted with a young girl that he thought was his forever. Unfortunately, life had other plans for Lincoln and Savannah. After tragedy strikes these two Linc is left to pick up the pieces and amend his path and find a new one. He returns home to his mother and is taken down a new path that will open his eyes as well as his heart again.

Kelly is a young girl who makes her own path, she lives with her mother who is not a nurturer and finds her way by acting out. Kelly is a strong girl, with an attitude, but what would you expect coming from a girl who lost her father at a young age, and has been raised with a biker gang for years? She knows the life style and is not afraid to live her life to the fullest. When Kelly and Linc first meet, they find themselves in each others eyes. They both know that the other has had a hard life and that they are just trying to get through another day. Spending time together brings them together and their life takes a different path.

This was a great story and the first one I have read in the series. I look forward to going back and reading the beginning of the series. I give the story a 4 star review.

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