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Book Review: MC Chronicles: The Diary of Bink Cummings: Vol 1





MC Chronicles: The Diary of Bink Cummings: Vol 1 by Bink Cummings: 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.

Steamy Adult romance
Warning: Contains Mature scenarios, and mass quantities of profanity. For Ages 18+

This is not a Stand Alone, Vol 2 will be released Feb 2015.

Teri Lyn's thoughts: **MC Chronicles: The Diary of Bink Cummings: Vol 1 generously provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.**

MC Romances intrigue the hell out of me. The lifestyle I’m completely unfamiliar with yet totally consumed by the nature of this life. Each MC romance story I’ve read expresses a different take on what biker life embodies, each no less interesting than the last. Then Bink Cummings comes along and writes a book based on the actual biker life she leads and captivates me even more so than many other fiction MC romances I've read. Everything you love about MC romances presents itself: a bas ass woman, intensity, grit, fiery personalities, alpha males, and uninhibited sex. Bink’s story captivates you so much more because it’s a personal account of actual events. This type of storytelling makes it all the more real for the reader.

The writing sets the reader on Bink’s journey through her own head sorting out her emotions and reactions to events on the fly. It’s a very well written diary-style re-telling of a crucial turning point in her life. We get some history, some insight into the ways of her mind and her world. We also get a front row seat to the inside of the Sacred Sinners Motorcycle Club – where most anything goes. We get a red-hot relationship that’s building upon years of kinship and trust, a relationship Bink herself isn’t quite sure how to handle with the alpha male of all alpha males that, as it turns out, I think she’s been handling all her life. The question is why? And lastly we get to ride out some suspense and intrigue right along with Bink based on what’s going on in the club and why certain things are changing in her life.

This woman, hands down, exemplifies a bad ass woman. For the simple fact that she took the craziness in her head and put it to paper for us to read and enjoy. That takes guts. Guts I’d presume derive from the very lifestyle she’s telling us about. Her life maintains a raw, gritty course – one that she owns completely. She’s a Queen of a club for whom the members not only adore her but importantly respect her. The way Bink Cummings has told us her story is an amazing style choice. Learning things as they happened, just as Bink learned them leaves us with questions in which we need answers. We feel for the secondary characters just as she does. We wonder about the hero of the story just as she wonders about him. We’re living the life right alongside her. It provides for a captivating ride of a book. I for one can’t wait for the next chronicle to be released. I want more Bink, Big Dick, and all the Sacred Sinners.







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