Review of Chef: Time Served, Book 3 (Tenillo Guardians, TSMC) by Cee Bowerman @CeeBowerman

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5

Fresh out of prison and starting over, Chef finds himself in Tenillo, Texas building a motorcycle to ride and getting a fresh start. His life is empty without his wife and daughter, and he has no idea why he’s even trying. As he starts to meet the people he’s living around in the junk yard that is run by Pop’s, the man that is giving Chef a second chance, he sees a woman that makes his day brighter, until he realizes that he can never have her because she’s already taken. With nothing else keeping him in Tenillo, Chef leaves because he can’t stand to watch Brea from afar and not have her.

Brea has had her fair share of trouble. She’s also part of the Timed Served crew. She lives in the junk yard with her husband and daughter. She’s a tough lady. When Brea has to go through a rough patch in her life again, it’s the men that are like family that helps her through it. When Pop’s health is in jeopardy and he’s been shot, Chef comes back home to Tenillo.

I love the men and women in the Tenillo Guardians. They are protectors of their town, family, and friends. They will go to any lengths to make sure that their loved ones are safe and protected. They want their town safe and clear of the crime that is going on in town. Chef is determined to win Brea over, but she’s gun shy of relationships after losing a man she loved once. She knows that Chef won’t run away from a fight and that scares her. It takes a lot of convincing on Chef’s part to win her over, but like his determination for protecting those around him, his determination to win Brea over is ruthless. I love these the relationship these men and women have. This was another great read in the Time Served MC Series. I get a lot of laughs at the dialog, both verbally and internally, between the women in these books. Brea’s internal dialog was great. The women are just as tough and ruthless as the men, and I am really looking forward to more in this series. I give this book a 5-star review.

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