Review of The Biker’s Bunny RBMC, Charleston, WV Book 12 by Glenna Maynard @gchellewrites #TuesdayBookBlog

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5

He was separated from his brother when they were kids, but he’s never forgotten him. Now that he has a lead on where he can find him, he has to go to West Virginia to see him for himself. Static is an RBMC Nomad, he has a family but he’s not the type of man to stay in one place for any length of time, so his wife and daughter wait for him to show up when he wants to and spend time with him while they can. His wife wishes things were different, but he doesn’t feel the same for he as she does for him.

She’s a member of the West Virginia Devil’s Handmaidens MC under her sister’s thumb and always taking the crap her sister dishes out. The women of the WV Chapter of the Devil’s Handmaidens MC are not happy with their president, which is Rosie’s half-sister. When Rosie tries to help out a fellow sister, she finds herself holding the bag, so to speak. She has to deal with her sister after she called the cops, but what she doesn’t expect is how her sister deals with what she considers to be a betrayal by Rosie calling the cops.

I really loved the characters in this book. Rosie is so strong even after what she goes through, she comes out strong to a point, but she has her times when she needs someone to be there for her. Taking on the role of a bunny for the RBMC is her way of dealing with her trauma, but little does she know that her life is about to be turned around again. Static is a great partner for Rosie, they bring out the best in each other and I love them. I loved the book and the characters, and I give the book a 5-star review.

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