ARC Review: Collision by Laramie Briscoe

l1Collision

Laramie Briscoe

Red Bird Trail Trilogy Book 2

Self Published

Published July 13th 2015

 

Collision—An instance of one person striking violently against another.

Secrets
Lies
Broken Hearts

When Cash and Harper are blindsided with custody papers for his brother, Remy, neither one of them know what to do other than what they’ve done in the past. Ask the Heaven Hill MC for help and hope for the best.

As they prepare for the fight of their lives against Remy’s parents, Harper wonders if the sins of her father will come back to bite her. A time in her life she thought she’d left behind rears its ugly head and threatens everything the two of them have been working towards.

When worlds crash, they are left looking at the wreckage and wondering if they’ve survived the collision.

 

review4.5 Stars

 

The intensity never lets up!

Collision flawlessly pick up where Flagger slammed Cash and Harper into a brick wall.  Quickly becoming a couple, moving in together and making a stable environment for Remy has put Cash and Harper in the fast lane trying to keep up.  Where Flagger was all about the passion(in my opinion), Collision is cutting open all the raw, deep emotions.

Love is never easy. It’s a learning process, with a lot of trial and error. Whether you’re 20 years old or have been married for 50 years, love is something that has to be worked at and maintained.  With her incredible characters,  Ms. Briscoe perfectly gives the readers just that with the intense, emotional, ride that is Collision.  A quick read that is over, leaving you wanting more before you know it.  Passion still heats the pages, however expect to feel the so deep emotions right along with Cash and Harper.

With all the cards on the table, I very much look forward to what Laramie Briscoe has in store for the conclusion of the Red Bird Trail trilogy with In Tune!


An e-book was provided for an honest review. 

 

deana

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