Fighting To Stay by Kasey Millstead

Fighting To Stay

“Never stay, Lacey. Promise me. Promise right now, that whenever things go bad in life, you will run. Never, ever stay.”Lacey Monroe was used to running. When things got bad, when things got dangerous, when there was a chance that she would get hurt – physically or emotionally – she did what her momma said. She ran. She kept running, until she landed in Salt Rock, Alabama. She meets Roam Cooper, the Vice President of the Mayhem Motorcycle Club and for the first time in her life, Lacey considers staying…and then, right before her eyes, her world falls apart. And she runs again.“No more runnin’, Lacey. ‘Bout time you started fighting to stay.” – Roam.**This is a stand-alone, full length novel with a happy ever after**

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✨🌟MY REVIEWS🌟✨

★★★✩ STARS!

I love the story and I love the characters but the story just goes really really fast. But it’s a short read and I basically sniff this book and I’m done.

I feel for Lacey, her childhood, the loss and her mom’s advice that she took to heart. And I would normally hate a runner, and Lacey is definitely a runner. And I get it at first. But when she went too far, that was just stupid.

(Spoiler : Someone beautiful comes into her life, something she’s been longing for, you have a baby together, you don’t just run without explanation and bring your child with you! That part, I didn’t understand. And 4 years after, knowing what she did was wrong, she didn’t find a way to apologize even, that was just a big no no.)

Roam Cooper sounds really hot. The first time he got together with Lacey, it was with another girl, was kinda shocking. I thought Lacey would put a stop to it. That was hot too! But again, short.

 

There’s so much going on in this book. Roam is a biker, someone was trying to harm Lacey… everything went so fast in their relationship and next thing you know, the culprit is caught, and that was the end of that.

Though I did love the ending. I’m a sucker for HEA.

All in all, it was interesting. I just wish it wasn’t rush too much.

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