This was a great series with some really loveable and entertaining characters. Ally’s grandma was hilarious. In fact the whole series is very funny.
Ally’s guys are gorgeous and everything she deserves after her tough childhood. Ally was fierce, loving and protective. She deserved her HEA though I did feel that I would have liked a bit more. I would like to see what happens next with the gang and what happens at the charity event and the guys families and wider community now.
I feel like I still have a few questions and would love to see them resolved in another book. *Spoiler* - after the comments about them all not finding others outside their group attractive, I don’t really understand the comment about Aly being ok with Lucas and other guys outside the group but not girls, a relationship is a relationship shouldn’t matter about gender I would imagine mates are possessive about them either way as it is another relationship. Seems to go against the mate concept altogether. Also based on previous comments why would he even find others outside his mate group attractive.
Anyway overall a really great read with multidimensional characters and a fascinating storyline with twists and turns.
When sonny fell off the cliff Tsk tsk tsk Loved it, loved it, loved it. Understood the terms used, unlike the amercan books, although im getting better, i still have brain tremors when they dont use the correct words. There is no such word as LENDED-its lent!!!!! Uggh Story.... excellent, charactors..... relatable, writing style......YESSSSSS!
I loved it! Somehow void is even better than the first 2 instalments of this series. Can’t get enough of it. The way that J E Cluney has bought out some Australian humour into a steamy novel that doesn’t lose track of the story line is a work of art. And her characters are so relatable that any Aussie could easily pick a friend or 2 that remind them of the boys!