#review #MC – Breathe for It (Hellions Ride On #4) by Chelsea Camaron

Breathe for It (Hellions Ride On #4)

Life rarely gives us a second chance at love. These two find it in this passion-fueled ride.

Crunch
I don’t know where it all went so wrong. I was born a Hellion. I breathe for the club life, but at every turn, I put it all at risk.
I am Rhett “Crunch” Oleander.
I am still finding my way since losing the one person who meant the most.

Jennissey
Once upon a time, I believed everyone had this good inside of them. Now, I see the darkness in every single person.
I am Jennissey Rose Rivera.
Family over everything, even if it kills me inside every single day.

She’s the only taste of Heaven he’s ever had. When given a second chance, he’s refusing to let go. The question is, will she walk away again or hang on for the ride?


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I was given this book by the author for an honest review.

Rhett and Jennisey…what a book!!  Rhett is Sass and Tank’s 2nd son.  His road name is Crunch.  He is a hot ass mess.  His addiction and bad attitude have made sure that not may like to be around him let alone trust him at all in the club.

Jennisey was the opposite of Crunch.  She was dedicated and hard working but loved and loyal to a fault.  She would do anything for the people she loved and did, in fact, do everything for those she loved even if it broke her heart in the process.

This story is not pretty…yes its romance but its not all hearts and flowers.  These two go through some shit ya’ll.  They have to deal with their past and now the present before they can have a future.  The story is hard at times and as to not spoil anything because that is a shitty thing to do, I am just going to cut this quick and say…..love isn’t always beautiful in the beginning.  Its hard and takes work which these two definitely do.

USA Today and Wall Street Journal bestselling author Chelsea Camaron is a small town Carolina girl with a big imagination. She is a wife and mom chasing her dreams.

She writes contemporary romance, erotic suspense, and psychological thrillers. She loves to write blue-collar men who have real problems with a fictional twist. From mechanics to bikers to oil riggers to smokejumpers, bar owners, and beyond, she loves a strong hero who works hard and plays harder.

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