My #MNGirl (Midwest Boys, #2) – A.M. Brooks


RATING: ★★★★☆
TITLE: My #MNGirl (Midwest Boys, #2)
AUTHOR: A.M. Brooks
RELEASE DATE: August 18, 2020
PUBLISHER: Independently Published
GENRE(S): Contemporary New Adult Romance


Thank you to the author and The Next Step PR for my advanced digital copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.


BLURB:

I was hidden so we could be safe.
I survived so I could reclaim my life.
Now, everything has been destroyed by the same evil always lurking in the shadows.
Time is running out and my world keeps unraveling.
All I can do is put my trust in the boy with the messy blond hair, icicle eyes and lips that tell lies.
Can the Midwest Boys protect me?
The body count around town would suggest otherwise.

My job was simple. Keep her alive, make sure she follows the rules and keep her out of trouble.
I’ll win back her trust and keep her safe no matter what it costs me.
The girl with the purple hair and eyes that flare to life when I’m near are my undoing.
She used to be my enemy.
Now death and destruction are following her and loyalty has been stained by spilled blood.
Someone waged a war against Rogue. It’s time to answer back.


This book was one of my highly anticipated sequels and I was not disappointed in the least.

Picking up directly where #MNGirl leaves off, we are thrown right back into the pain of the ending of that book. Saylor is reeling from the devastating news. Not only that, but she is still coming to terms with the strong feelings she has for Ciaran after he was so mean to her, publicly and privately.

Ultimately, the relationship is strong between the two and it is so beautiful. We get so much in this book. More Rogue, more Ciaran and Saylor, and much more action. Now, dead bodies are showing up, carved with messages for Rogue. And new bits of important information are introduced when Saylor has to travel back home New York.

This was such a great conclusion of Saylor and Ciaran’s story. And, while there are some questions answered in this one, so many more are asked, leaving me on the edge of my seat as I wait for what comes next.

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