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Review | pocketful of us by Chloe Walsh

Nothing in Pocketful is as it seems.” Loyalty. Family. Power. A code I never knew existed until now.  A code that could destroy us all.  Drowning in the sins of our fathers, everything is coming to a head. It’s sink or swim time.  Too bad I’m already drowning… Pocketful of Us is the fourth and concluding book in the Pocket series. Because of its explicit sexual content, mature themes, bully themes, potential triggers, and bad language, it is suitable for mature readers.

This is the fourth and final book in the pocketful series by Chloe Walsh and it was just as good as the first three books, I thought I would of read this book sooner but honestly life gets in way. I’m not going to go into a long review on this one as I don’t want to spoil it for anyone but I will say all four books in this series I have loved. I love the characters in this books I love sketch, Romi and Presley but I have to say Presley is my favourite with his word vomit , he had me laughing out loud and I think most of my highlights though out the book are all from him. I love all of Chloe Walsh’s books , I think there amazing and always find myself re-reading this authors books when I’m in a slump.

“Well, smack my ass and call me Judy, but I know full well that if one of my cousins was in trouble, I’d be by their side in a jiffy. And trust me, I don’t say that lightly,” he added, widening his eyes in dramatic fashion. “I have some seriously questionable cousins. I’m talking the illicit drug taking, stripping, my body is not a temple, kind of cousins– oh, no offense, Luck.”

My rating ~ 5 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟

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