REVIEW BLAST: SNITCHES GET STITCHES by Lani Lynn Vale

Good vs Bad.

Light vs Dark.

Right vs Wrong.

There are always two sides to every coin.

Josiah ‘Liner’ Paldecki knew the moment he laid eyes on her that there was something different about her. Something special. Something so unique that it practically poleaxed him the moment that their eyes met.

Except, the next time he saw her, it was like she was a different woman altogether. There was a blankness to her eyes that concerned him. An air of menace about her that honestly scared him to death. He’s more than man enough to admit it.
At first, Liner thinks it’s because she’s bi-polar, or possibly psychopathic.

Then he realizes the truth.

That there isn’t a single person that exhibits such different personalities, but two.

Two identical twin sisters, both completely different, yet exactly the same.

One with a soul, and one without.

One that has his heart, and one that only wants to destroy it.

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My Review

I’ve been preparing myself for the shitshow that would be brought into the story when a certain crazy family and a certain nasty woman became a huge part of the plot line, freely committing reprehensible acts and spouting insensitive and malicious words simply because they feel they have the right to do so regardless of the law or the idea of basic human kindness.

Although readers haven’t met Liner’s leading lady, it’s clear that she’s been dealt quite a miserable hand in life…not only because of her family members and their incessant abuse, threats, and neglect, but because the toil it’s taken on her body, on her mind, and on her heart is evident when we first learn who she is and what’s at stake for the one person she’ll sacrifice everything for to protect.

Ever since meeting Liner in the previous books of Vale’s Bear Bottoms Guardians MC series, I’ve appreciated his honesty, his protective nature, and his ability to suss out the truth when it’s most needed, and the way he works his way into Theo’s life is fitting for a number of important reasons that you’ll have to read the book to find out about. The way Liner handles Theo with care while also exuding his alpha male personality proves that he’s exactly who Theo needs in her corner and I loved the slow burn of their relationship and the fact that Liner knew what path to take with her, easing up when necessary and pushing a bit more when it matters most.

Snitches Get Stitches is filled with over the top situations, and while the believability factor is definitely not high, I’ve read enough of Lani Lynn Vale’s stories to suspend a bit of realism in order to heighten the events unraveling in a fictional setting and story line, and let me tell you, the bizarre and extreme fit perfectly with the hot and destructive mess from one of the most hellish families anyone could have.

4 Poison Apples

About the Author

Lani Lynn Vale is a USA Today Bestselling Author of over thirty titles. She is married with three children, two dogs, two cats, a donkey, and a couple (a couple also meaning over twenty) chickens.

When she’s not writing, you can find her curled up in her favorite chair reading.

Lani is married with three children and lives in the Great State of Texas.

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