Bastard's Brew

Bastard's Brew


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When L'Wren's ex-boyfriend Jeff suddenly disappears, she turns to Kevin to help her find him. With one phone call, Kevin makes sure that Jeff stays hidden and that L'Wren's heart is broken, leaving the door open for Kevin to pursue her. But Kevin is not as free as L'Wren thinks; she is in the dark about his affair with her stepmother, Savi. Savi constantly reminds Kevin of his devious ways and uses their secret to keep him as her toyfriend.

"You don't deserve to be loved, and you don't deserve to be happy. You and I are the same ... we're broken inside. Everything we touch, we destroy. We don't get happily ever after ... we don't get to ride off into the sunset. You know who gets that? L'Wren ... she gets it, she gets the guy, and she deserves a decent guy."- Savi

Kevin desires to be the man that L'Wren deserves, but before he can assume the role of white knight, he brews one last plan to get rid of Savi for good. Will L'Wren, the innocent victim in their twisted game, become a casualty?

Kevin may have sold his body to the devil in stilettos, but he'd be damned if he let her have his heart.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781497367968
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 03/16/2014
Pages: 152
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.33(d)

About the Author

I have been writing since I was old enough to hold a pencil. I enjoy creating characters that could be your next-door neighbor, but would you want them as your neighbor is another story.

Originally from the island of Trinidad and Tobago, I moved to the United States in 1998. Since then I have been involved in the entertainment industry for over ten years.
I am an entrepreneur and advocate for women and children's rights and I enjoy being in nature and volunteering.

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Bastard's Brew (Family Portrait Vol. 3) 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
jukelley More than 1 year ago
Bastard’s Brew is the 3rd book in the Family Portrait series by Gillian Felix. I’ve been lucky enough to get the opportunity to participate in the book tour for the release of this book. I’ve been gifted a copy of the book in exchange for my honest opinion. Where to begin with this review? I have so many things I would LOVE to talk about but can’t. I don’t want to risk ruining anything for those who may be reading reviews to decide whether to try the series. (If that’s you, you really should give it a try!) There is so much happening and a few really big secrets coming to light (or about to be blown wide open). I can’t imagine how I will make it through the wait for the next book. I am not known for patiently waiting on anything, especially in reading a series. I absolutely love the bond that the Banovic siblings have with each other. As a parent, I would certainly disagree with some of the things going on and the way Kevin, as the older sibling and the one in charge, handles them. But as far as the sibling relationship itself, I love it. I love that Kevin knows without a doubt he can count on his sister to help with anything, no questions asked. I love how both boys take care of Adriana when she needs them. One of my favorite scenes was when Adriana woke up from a nightmare and went downstairs and cuddled up on the couch next to Kevin. How sweet! Now, in this book, Kevin does something that could potentially harm Adriana. I question why he went as far as he did (and that he wouldn’t know that what he did could have caused harm, but I’ll overlook that since the book isn’t written to be totally realistic), but I’ve seen parents react in a similar fashion about similar issues with their children. I know he meant to help her, and probably protect her, in the long run. This book also deals with a more serious issue that I don’t want to mention and give anything away. However, I will say that because of this, I would categorize this book as NA. Nothing is described in detail, but I wouldn’t want my 13 year old reading it, although I would be ok with my 17 year old reading it. I hope that we will get to watch how the characters deal with what happened as they continue to live their lives. The subject, as Ms. Felix has written it, is one that many people shy away from, but one that does happen. I am enjoying the writing format Gillian Felix uses for this series. It is easy to follow and understand, but it moves at a quick pace. As I’ve mentioned before, there is never a dull moment. I like having a bunch of different characters to follow, especially when they all link together in some way as well. Please note that each book does tend to end on a cliffhanger, just as a TV episode does each week. I feel that is important to mention since some people are completely against cliffhangers. Honestly, I am one of those people. I hope we don’t have to wait long for the next book. Just as you expect when watching a TV show, there are characters you will love, those you will hate, lies you are dying to see found out and others you hope stay hidden, relationships and/or friendships you enjoy watching come together and those you can’t wait to watch fall apart. There is one thing I think I have figured out and am dying to bounce off of someone else. This is a sign of a good series!
Alex_Margaret More than 1 year ago
I received this book for a book tour from the author in exchange for an honest review. This book was slightly awkward to read. I believe this was because I didn't read the first two yet (however, I plan to do so). It seemed as if there was so much going on in the story which made me confused for half the book. I did an interview with the author, and she said she wrote it as if it where a show. I found this interesting and think that it would be a fantastic show. It had so many story lines that sort of confused me, but was fun to read. Kevin is a drug dealer who is trying to protect his family. He loves L'Wren. He's having an affair with L'Wren's stepmother Savi. His sister is 15 and is dating an employee of theirs, who thinks she is his age (he's around 25). His brother was a more minor character but affected the story. It was entertaining to see what was going to happen next and I enjoyed it. I recommend the series to readers who enjoy mystery-like romances. Rating: 6.7/10 Parental Rating: 17+