28 Days (Reapers Reign) by Susan Horsnell & Aleisha Maree
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This book is co-written by USA TODAY Bestselling Author: Susan Horsnell and Aleisha Maree.
28 Days… It was all I had left. We had run out of options, there was nothing more to be done.
28 Misery filled days.
28 Days of hell on earth.
Until… Branson, a driver for the Reapers Reign motorcycle club, crashed into my life and tilted my world off its axis. He turned the rest of my life; Everything… Into something it should never have been.
This author pairing has blown me away!
According to the Old Testament, the number 28 symbolizes the divine life purpose. According to the math world, the number 28 is a happy number. For Ziggy and Branson, the number 28 is the days they have left to fall in love and say goodbye forever.
She’d been sent to teach me to live. To value life. To feel again. To know love.
Ziggy was born with Cystic Fibrosis. She’s never been kissed and has never been loved and now, due to complications and bad fucking luck, she has 28 days to live. Cruising the hospital one day, she sees the most beautiful and angry man pacing the floor. Little did she know her instinct in soothing the tough-guy biker in his hour of need would set the rest of her life in motion and make her dreams come true.
Branson was shocked and annoyed at the tiny and persistent young woman who burst into his life when his sister was fighting for life. Grabbing a bite to eat with her during their first meeting took his mind off of his worries and set his heart on a course to love her for the rest of her life.
It took me all day to write a review worthy of this amazing book. To put it simply, I fell in love with the defiant and courageous, Ziggy, and the tough and terrified Branson. My heart and soul hurt to see them struggle with their short time together. Hearing them declare their love and fear for what was to come is bittersweet. Death was determined to tear them apart, but it only brought them closer together.
I fell in love with Ziggy’s bravery, kindness, and pluckiness. She makes friends easily and holds those close who love her for herself and not her illness. Her honesty and determination to have the best last days of her life with Branson are so important. Branson comes off as a badass biker guy at first, but Ziggy is not afraid of him. Seeing Branson fall for Ziggy is a wonderful sight to see. Watching him be terrified, heartbroken, and just plain human while caring for Ziggy is so genuine. What Branson does to make Ziggy’s final days happy, is beyond incredible, and Ziggy’s heartfelt gifts to her friends are memorable.
Ziggy’s nurse and close friend, Maggie, is wonderful as she shows Branson how to take care of Ziggy with all of the contraptions and treatments. I have also fallen for Branson’s MC family who do not hesitate to help Branson make Ziggy’s wishes come true. I can’t wait to read more about the Reapers Motorcycle Club.
This is a beautiful rollercoaster of a story about loss and awakening… about finding the love of your life… about giving everything you have to someone despite having only 28 days to do it. I guarantee you will laugh, you will cry buckets, and you will fall in love with the characters. 28 Days is one of the best books I’ve read in a very long time. Pick this book up; you won’t want to miss a thing.
Thank you to Ms. Horsnell and Ms. Maree for giving me the opportunity to read this book with no expectation of a positive review.
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