About the Book:
Bossy Brothers: Tony features two girls falling for the wrong men and two men falling for the right girls. A family of tatted up brothers and a town filled with secrets and danger. A story of earned chances and first dates. Of coming to terms with the past and finding a way into the future. It is book six in the Bossy Brothers series and should be read after book five, Bossy Brothers: Alonzo.
I have been thoroughly enjoying author J.A. Huss’ Bossy Brother series from the beginning, and I thought I had a good idea of where this book would head, but I was way off! Tony’s book has a different vibe than the prior books in this series of standalone novels and it is seriously fun.
Whether you met Belinda Baker in the prior book or the series is new to you, you’re going to love her. Belinda is just the right amount of spunky and vulnerable. She is an artist from Key West who is now working at the Vaughn Family tattoo parlor in Fort Collins, Colorado. Yep, Ms. Huss has taken her readers back to FoCo and Sick Boyz! I love Belinda’s pink hair and cowboy boots with short skirts. I have a crisp picture of her in my head, and it brings a smile to my face when I think of the character.
“I’m adrift in a sea of mistakes” –Belinda
Juxtapose to her diminutive stature are the Vaughn brothers. Vann, the youngest, is just as built and brawny as his brothers, but he has a charmingly romantic side that draws all sorts of attention and makes him swoon-worthy.
“I’m not a risk. I’m a f@#king promise” – Vann
Tony Dumas, who readers may have also met in the prior book, is obsessed with the Belinda he used to know. His obsession with her is more than a little strange, and it takes another obsessed stalker to get his mind off Belinda and to start noticing the odd goings on in FoCo.
Who is this other stalker? None other than Soshee Ameci. I fell in love with this character too. I was blown away by her big reveal! Ms. Huss never fails to surprise me with her twists.
These four people are thrown together for all sorts of wrong reasons, but stay together for the very best of reasons. I loved their interactions and chemistry.
Bossy Tony feels like a great second-act in a three-act play. There is a lot of great relationship building , character growth, and enough forward momentum in the storyline that by the end you’re salivating for the next juicy bit. Pay attention to the details, because as usual Ms. Huss has thrown in few red herrings with the clues in this fun romance.
heart, plots with twists, and perfect endings.
semi-autobiographical book, Eighteen, was nominated for a Voice Arts Award and
an Audie Award in 2016 and 2017 respectively. Her audiobook, Mr. Perfect, was
nominated for a Voice Arts Award in 2017. Her audiobook, Taking Turns, was
nominated for an Audie Award in 2018. Five of her book were optioned for a TV
series by MGM television in 2018. And her book, Total Exposure, was nominated
for a RITA Award in 2019.
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