Review of Titch: Untamed Sons MC Book Five by Jessica Ames @JessicaAmesAuth @GiveMeBooksPR

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5

Titch was young when he first married and started a family. Too young to realize what he had and how to keep it and nurture it. Now he’s divorced and co-parenting his two sons with his ex-wife. He never wanted the divorce, but he couldn’t bear to say to no to Rachel when she asked. Now he must watch her with another man while he tries to help her raise their two sons.

Rachel didn’t really want to divorce Titch and she never pictured herself and being divorced and remarried to someone else. She always believed that she and Titch would be forever, but she couldn’t find a way to incorporate the Untamed Sons into their life or their marriage, neither could Titch, so it led to them divorcing. She thought that Gregory was the man she needed in her life. He appears on the outside to be a good man, that walks the straight and narrow and that’s what she wants in her life as well as her son’s lives.

I really enjoyed Titch and Rachel’s story. These two had a lot of unfinished business and when push came to shove Titch proves he’s a good man and father. I love the characters in the Untamed Sons and that this story showed the true meaning of family to Rachel. When they were needed most, the brothers all showed up to help support Titch and Rachel. The Untamed Sons have had their share of darkness and torment, but when push comes to shove these guys are a family and stand by their members and brothers completely. I give this story a 5-star review and look forward to reading Fury’s book. He’s the most intriguing to me. I can’t wait to read his story and learn what makes him tick.

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