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    Gonzo amazed me

    I've had mixed feelings about Gonzo since he was first introduced in the RTMC series (I hated him). Ms Blevins did amazing writing his story, she showed a different side to him then we had met already. While reading his story, I started loving him as much as Brain (swoon, my favorite). Connie was the perfect fit for Gonzo, she brought out the side of him I never believed was there. Gonzo's back story is tragic and broke my heart but explains why Gonzo is such an a heartless unfeeling ass.
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    Gonzo

    Gonzo is a rough and tough biker who has shut off his emotions due to a tragedy. Constance, aunt to twins that he didn't know about, tells him about the children. That is the first crack. Great story and you will want to read more of it! Buy the ebook. Really, you won't regret it.
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    Gonzo

    Amazing I totally enjoyed this book plugs and all ,the intense feelings gonzo has for Connie I am glad he got over his reservations and let himself live again!
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    Broken, but better together!

    When you loved once, and lost. And loved twice, and lost everything, you are existing in your world, but not living, because living hurts too much. When you have been reserved all your life, and when you tired to step out, it was worse then you expected, you internalize. When life gives you something to focus all your efforts and energy on, you grab it, hold it, and devote yourself to them. Then these two lives intercept, and they are forever changed Wasn’t a Gonzo fan, not even a little. I know he came around, and everyone was okay with him, but I hold grudges. Now, I am still not a huge Gonzo fan, but I loved him in this story. I adored the way he threw himself into the situation, and gave 100% of himself, and did what was best for everyone, and wasn’t selfish. I admit, I was worried, because Constance didn’t endear herself to me right away either. But she grew on me, and I felt with her, saw with her, and understood with her. In other words, I loved Gonzo and Constance’s story, and they are better together than apart, and in the end, that is what a good relationship does, makes you better together!
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    Great installment into the series

    Gonzo is one of those books I enjoyed because of the underlying theme (whether the author intended it to be a theme or not) - sometimes, your closest family is the one you make for yourself. There’s a lot of subtle emotion in this story. Yes, some of it is in your face, but a lot of it creeps under the surface. It’s more than just the relationship between Gonzo and Constance. It is so hard to write this review without giving away any spoilers. There’s a reveal that is so huge for Gonzo, one Constance brings into his life, that breathes life back into him. It makes him realize there’s a difference between being alive and living a life. One thing that disappointed me with Gonzo (and Horse, really) is something I expected from the way Bash ended (yes, I’m going back three books). There was a hint in Bash, a foreshadowing even, of bigger events to come. I really want to see where that story arch goes, but it feels a little like it dropped off. Oh well, I guess that just means I’ll have to keep reading. Gonzo CAN be read as as standalone if you haven’t read the other books I mentioned.
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