By Max Henry
There’s no place like home. There’s no place like home …”
If only I could click my magic heels and get the hell out of here, but I’m not a girl, and I can’t. And besides, for me, miracles never happen.
I’m crazy. Psychotic. One outburst short of snapping the thin grasp I have on reality. But who can blame me?
We all cope in different ways.
And her way is the most confronting of all.
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This isn’t a love story … or is it?
There isn’t a happily ever after … or is there?
I simply devoured Butcher Boys 1 & 2 and I admit I was a little apprehensive to pick up this book, perhaps because it was a Novella made me do it as I really hated Sawyer as a character especially from Book 2 and if you have read that you know what I am talking about. I simply was not ready to read a full story on Sawyer so I knew Max Henry had a purpose to this course taken to give Sawyer a Novella as we do obviously need it going forward and I dam well softened my stance on this character and would now read a whole Sawyer story.
Now moving on I just simply hate Sawyers dad and although I cannot forgive Sawyer for his past mistakes there is simply so much now I want to know about him. I want him to find love, to find forgiveness in his past love, what about Ramona, to find some relationship with his son, I have so much I want for Sawyer, he does have some good in him but growing up with his dad who is a total psychotic bastard.
Fair warning too – the ending will have you going argh where is the next instalment.
Again, I love these Butcher Boys!
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