Hear Me Out: Caroline Springs Charter by Lila Rose

I’m always a little hesitant when it comes to reading a M/M romance because it’s not something that I am usually comfortable with.  However, I’ve thoroughly enjoyed all of the other books in this series by Lila Rose, and thought I’d give this one a try.  I have to say, it was an awesome story!  Beast and Knife were close friends, as well as brothers in the Hawks MC.  Beast is a quiet man, with many secrets that he doen’t share with his MC brothers.  Knife is….well, he’s a total womanizer!   He also has some secrets in his past.  There are some misunderstandings in the beginning, that lead to a falling out between the two.   During this time apart, Beast has some things happen that lead to some hard decisions.  Knife also has some unexpected surprises show up!  Throughout the story, Knife is having to put some hard thought into himself, and what he wants from his life.

There are secrets from the past, mysteries to be solved, visits from characters from other books,  as well as hints at what is to come!

I love how this story focuses more on how love is based on who you love, as opposed to the gender of the person.  It really pushes home the fact that you can’t help who you love, it just happens.

I also love how supportive the entire club is.  When Beast has problems, the entire club does what they need to do to stand behind him.  When Knife has an unexpected surprise, they back him up.  When a problem crops up, there is no hesitation, they just jump right in.  It really speaks of the family aspect of club life.

I totally enjoyed this book, and would recomend it to anyone.   This book can be read as a stand alone, but the story is much fuller if you have already immersed yourself in the world of Hawks MC!

I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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