Review of: Fury by Laramie Briscoe @GiveMeBooksPR and @LaramieBriscoe

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⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5-stars

Holy Fury!

A man who wants to protect his family at all costs, but he has no idea where the threat is coming from. How can he fight the unknown? Will he ever be able to trust his brothers again?

Drew is now the President of the Heaven Hill MC since his father stepped down. It’s been a year now that they have been fighting the unknown danger surrounding their family and it’s taking its toll on Drew. He’s not eating, not sleeping and uncharacteristically angry all the time. He’s been told the threat is coming from a half-brother he knew nothing about. The only thing is that his wife Charity has received an anonymous e-mail warning of a mole in their family, the MC. Now they have to figure out who it is before someone they love is hurt or taken from them.

I loved this story. It’s full of suspense, danger, tragedy and a family that will fight for each other, even with a threat coming from within. The Heaven Hill MC is a family of misfits who take in those that need to be rescued and need a family. They are not all blood, but they are a family none the less. When they have a threat from within, they become even tighter to flush out the mole that is threatening their lives and their freedom to live their lives.

I give this story a 5-star review and recommend it to readers who like stories with suspense, MC’s, and danger lurking around the corner. This book pulled me in from the very beginning and didn’t let go until the last page. I laughed, cried, and got angry with the characters in this story, but in the end, I was pulling for them all to get what they wanted and have their HEA. I did miss Wild in this story though. I am almost afraid to say that I am looking forward to the next book to come, because the ending of this one left me in tears, but I have to know what happens next. I am loving these characters and want to know so much more about them.

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