My rating: 4.5 of 5 stars
“This family doesn’t do Starbucks.”
If I had a Fortnum’s in my city, I wouldn’t want a Starbucks either. As it stands, I don’t have either and that’s way worse for a coffee junkie like me. Oh, what I wouldn’t give for one of Tex’s masterpieces. Seriously, though, Fortnum’s is like my dream destination. All the best shit happens there. All the drama. And each time Duke says “Oh, shit! Here we go again”, I’m like…
Now this is why I loved this book:
1. Luke (pretty self explanatory).
I didn’t find any guys with eyes worthy of Luke, so I made do
2. Childhood friends to lovers romance (my favourite kind, yay!).
3. Wicked sisters smackdown (albeit a verbal one).
4. I think it’s about time these guys had some kind of competition (however really nonexistent).
5. Ren (just because yum).
6. Luke + cuffs = you get my drift, right?
And anyway, you just have to believe in dreams and destiny when a girl gets a guy she’s been in love with since eight years old. Especially if that guy is a Badass Motherfucker like Luke and a girl is used to reffering to herself as a Fatty Fatty Four-Eyes. Not that she is anymore, cudos to Ava for getting her cookies in check.
As for the story, it’s business as usual. Ex douchebags, kidnappings, car theft, car chases, car explotions, lots of mayhem, parties, and lots of sex. Just like Rock Chicks like it. Poor boys.
“Jesus Christ,” he muttered to the ceiling. “All those times I sat in the office and laughed my ass off at stories of Lee, Eddie, Hank and Vance. They should have fuckin’ medals.”
Over and out