The Diary of Bink Cummings: Vol 1 (MC Chronicles, #1) by Bink Cummings @BinkCummings #Review #5Stars #MCChronicles #OUAP

Posted September 26, 2015 by Paula 0 Comments

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The Diary of Bink Cummings: Vol 1 (MC Chronicles, #1) by Bink Cummings @BinkCummings #Review #5Stars #MCChronicles #OUAPThe Diary of Bink Cummings: Vol 1 by Bink Cummings
Series: MC Chronicles #1
on November 3rd, 2014
Genres: Biker, Erotic Romance
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I'm a biker, and I'm a woman, who was raised by my biker family the Sacred Sinners.

Growing up an MC brat, I've known nothing but leather, booze, club whores, comradery, and bikes, my entire life.

My name is Eva "Bink" Cummings, and this is my story.

How at the ripe old age of thirty, with no husband, no kids, and being a part of a motorcycle club. Things aren't always what they appear to be. I've found out the hard way, that your life, in an instant, can be flipped upside down. And the people you know and love aren't always what they seem.

Ugh. I’m emotionally spent after finishing The Diary of Bink Cummings: Vol. 1 by Bink Cummings. This was one hell of a ride.

Unlike most MC romances, this story wasn’t about a girl from a civilian life that falls in love with a biker. No, this was a story about a woman that grew up in the MC worldÔÇöan outlaw MC to be exact – and she could give any biker a run for his money. There was nothing typical or ordinary about this story. It wasn’t even a real romance. What it was, was an extremely intriguing and captivating read.
From page one, it was clear that the author knows what she’s talking about, knows the MC world inside and out. Though she clearly points out the positives and what she loves about the MC life, she doesn’t romanticize it or make it into a nice and cuddly adventure.
The book was honest, raw, intense, unfiltered and uncensoredÔÇöto the point that my jaw dropped to the floor when I started to read and didn’t return into its normal position until long after I finished. It’s crazy and extremely, yet weirdly intriguing and definitely the surprise book of 2015 for me.

Bink, aka the author, has spent all her life surrounded by foul-mouthed, overprotective bikers who love booze, sex and don’t mind violence. But she’s always been treated like a princess. I guess that made it impossible for her not to become tough-as-nails, big-mouthed, opinionated and straight forward. Definitely traits to like her for.
Sure, a fairly short fuse is part of the deal and gets her in trouble more than once, but it’s admirable to see a woman who doesn’t take crap from anyone and doesn’t allow anyone to shut her up. It made me do a little happy dance.
Her sassy, flirty, butt-kicking attitude made it easy to overlook some of her not so favorable decisions. And even those made her more likeable to be honest, it made her even more real.

The bikers in her life are definitely impressive.

There is Big, or to be more accurate Big Dick. I must admit, I really am starting to like road namesÔÇöstraight to the point.
Well, Big isn’t just defined by having been exceptionally blessed by Mother Nature in the downstairs department, but is also the president of the Sacred Sinners. He’s a big shot and has people following his wordÔÇöusually without any discussion or back-talking. Unless he’s talking to Bink that is. He’s super controlling, moody, can lose his cool in a nanosecond and is quite intimidating if you ask me. Yet, he can be extremely caring and sweet when he wants to be and when Bink lets him. He’s been taking care of her all her life and when I say all her life, I mean it. They’ve known each other more or less since the day she was born.

There’s also Gunz (oh, how I adore him) who has been a father figure to Bink and is equal amounts scary and caring. He always puts her first, making sure she’s safe and happy, willing to put anyone into the ground who would hurt her.

And those are just two out of many bikers who would lay down their life for her. It’s quite impressive and heart-warming, yet scary at the same time.

Bink’s story is unusual. It’s heart-warming and heart-breaking. It is panty-melting and slightly disillusioning. I’ll never view an MC romance the same way I used to before Bink came along.

I won’t give much away about the plot, because you really should find out yourself. There are many twists, many surprisesÔÇöthings that made me gasp or hold my breath. Bink’s life is absolutely extraordinary and once it gets knocked off its’ axis, you’ll forget to eat, sleep or go to work.

It doesn’t get better than that.

5 real-MC-life stars

~Review by Paula

(Previously posted on TBE)

five-stars

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