Serie: The Bullets, #1
Uitgever/Publisher Independently published Op/On 19 August 2018
Genres: Dark Romance, Reverse Harem
It’s a nickname I haven’t heard since I lived on Woodbury Lane, where the houses were pretty but the secrets? Deadly. It was a pet name known only to the Bullets. Rough, violent, and ruthless, they laid claim to the town — and my heart.
I wasn't supposed to fall for a boy from the wrong side of the tracks—especially not four of them. But they were the only ones who understood that sometimes hell hides in plain sight.
I was the girl with all the conveniences a privileged upbringing could provide. The world only saw two loving parents and a pristine home life, but I knew the truth. And it was going to get me killed. So, I disappeared, from everyone and everything I’d ever known. I changed my name and my appearance, but the scars I carry, they’re still the same.
The Bullets are all grown up now, too — a crime boss, a pro fighter, a bounty hunter, and a federal agent. Life took them in different directions, but they once shared the bonds of a brotherhood forged under the harshest conditions. Together they were fearless. Brutal. Unstoppable.
I'm praying they can find that unity again. If I'm going to survive this, it'll take everything they have. Because that's the thing about running from the past.
Eventually, it catches up to you.
Warning: this book contains sex, drugs/alcohol or violence
Coralee June writes the story mainly from sunshine’s perspective. Her real name is Summer. Occasionly there’s a piece from the perspective of one of the bullets. The story’s got pieces from the past, but it’s main story is in the present. So sometimes you get flashbacks to how it used to be. It’s very clear if it’s past or present. The past back story is neccessary to understand the main story.
Gavriel leaned down and spoke against my neck, his hot breath sending shivers down my spine. “Remember what I said. I own you, Sunshine. But being mine comes with it’s perks. I take care of what is mine.” Streaks of arrousal flooded my core as he spoke. “I’ll give you all the things you’re afraid to ask for. You want to fuck him in the locker room, don’t you? If you need someone to give you permission, I’ll be that person.
My opinion of Sunshine and Bullets
The story started really intriguing. The story got woven and I wanted to unravel it. I wanted to know what de deal was and who the bullets were exactly. The middle was a lot harder to chew through. Not that I thought it was boring or not necessary. It was necessary for the story. I just kept waiting till something exiting was going to happen. And it didn’t came. I wanted it so bad.
In the mean while I read parts of the past. Which I found was pretty predictable and not very exiting. It was a lot to get over for a young girl , but just… well as I said… predictable.
The ending of the past was very violent and yes, that was very exiting. Still predictable, but very well written. I’m not gonna tell you why, because you need to read it for yourself.
The ending of the book itself gave a lot of stuff that was exiting and I want to read more and learn more. I really want to know how it ends and I think the second part is gonna be a lot more exciting.
“Honey, I have no family. No friends. You running into my life was the best thing that ever happened to me. Who else is gonna make me waffles at two in the morning?” Nix pouted while placing his hands on my shoulders. “Finding you in that alley changed my life. You’re my person. Where you go, I go.
I need more!
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