#Review | LOSING BASH (CHARON MC #9) by Khloe Wren @AuthorKhloeWren (September 22nd 2019 @LWoodsPR )

Thank you very much to L Woods PR and Khloe Wren for providing a copy of the book to [K]

The review below is 100% honest and all of her own views.

Blurb:

Life has never been easy for Jake “Bash” Alfonsi, but he’s always found a way to survive. Even when his father gave into his PTSD demons and took his own life just days before he turned twenty-one, he got through it. He even managed to go on and find a few slices of happiness in his life. But this latest hand life dealt him is his hardest challenge yet. Will Bash be able to rise once again, or will he get lost in his pain forever?

Review:

Losing Bash is a short story as part of the Charon MC series.

Unfortunately life has not been very kind to Bash, he lost his father to his PTSD demons and his mother has dementia which is gradually getting worse. He is finding purpose as a Prospect for Charon MC, but should have been made a full member long before now. When a task for the MC takes him up North to another gang, does he still feel he is happiest with the Charons?  

Even though this is a short story I felt a connection to the characters in the story and I loved the Charon MC world we are introduced to. This is the first time I have read a book in this series but I will definitely be picking up the series soon!

[K]

You can buy Losing Bash (Charon MC #9) from the following booksellers (and obviously many more! Support your local booksellers where you can!)

Amazon (UK) | Amazon (US) | Amazon (AU)

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