A ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Review of Broken Wings (Broken Rebel Brotherhood: Next Generation) by Andi Rhodes

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5

A girl that wants her family to treat like the adult she believes she is and a man that wants to protect his sisters and keep his family safe from their past. She’s the youngest of the Broken Rebel Brotherhood children and in college. Lila wants to be independent and have her parents, sister, and the rest of the BRB original members treat like the other older kids, but she goes about it all wrong and finds herself in heap of trouble, but is really her fault?

Cooper did what he had to in order to save his younger sisters and now they are making their own way in life. They have their own place to live, he has his tattoo shop, his sister Cammi is in college and his youngest sister Carmen is a young teen and in school. Cooper knows that they will never really be safe, but they are safe for now and he’s happy with that, until things start happening and their lives are disturbed again. His only hope for safety and protection is to ask for help and that means bringing the BRB into their lives, but they are already involved in a way since Lila is part of their lives.

This is a wonderful story of two souls trying to find a way to be happy and have the life they want. There is danger and tragedy in this story but it’s also a story of finding a family and place where Cooper, Cammi, and Carmen can be safe, happy and loved by a family by choice not by blood. There are some obstacles that will need to be overcome with Cooper and Lila but if they can just communicate and figure out that they are meant for each other their lives will be so much better. I know that BRB is a different kind of MC than 1% MC’s and some others, but I love that they include all of the family in the meetings and decisions that affect the MC and that all of the girls have their own motorcycles as well. I love the characters and the story lines of this series; I give this story a 5-star review and look forward to more of the BRB: Next Generation to come.

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