Thursday, 26 May 2016

REVIEW~ Walk(Gentry Boys #6) by Cora Brent

Review of:
Walk (Gentry Boys #6)
By Cora Brent

“I wanted him to know that I really saw who he was; not just some tortured ex-con trying to beat back his demons and figure out his place in the world. Stone Gentry was beautiful. He was a man I could fall for …if he let me.”
1513 ….The number of single lines you carefully scratched on a piece of college ruled notebook paper at each sunrise.
1513…The number of nights spent staring at the ceiling praying for just five minutes of freedom to talk to your brother. The brother you love more than anyone on earth.
1513…The number of days you passed in a locked cage, surrounded by fierce men who did things even worse than what you did.
The brother who hates you even more than he hates himself.
1…The number of girls who show up in your life and try to crack through the iron shield you’ve built around your heart these past four years.
1…The number of moments it took for a tragedy to unfold and change lives, end lives, destroy lives. 1…The number that represents isolation, a loneliness worse than any prison sentence. One girl and her name is Evie. Beautiful. Stubborn. Passionate.
But honor might be something you lost a long time ago.
You know that if you had any honor you wouldn’t take her.

Another fantastic Gentry book which will leave you panting for more. Written in dual point of view of both Evie and Stone this book was perfect. We got to see a little of our favourite triplets and of course Deck. If you haven't read any of this series then i would definitely go back to the beginning and start with Draw.
Ever since reading Cross and seeing the back story to Conway and Stone I have been counting down the days for Walk and it did not disappoint. I loved how Stone matured and became more respectful towards the opposite sex. I think he definitely needed a woman like Evie to help him and Evie needed him as well. This book was well written and moved at a good pace to keep you interested the whole way through. There was just enough of Conway to know that he is going to need a very strong woman to pull him out of his dark place and I for one cannot wait to meet her.

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