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Arc review | Always Crew by Tijan

Everything was going well…

Until it wasn’t. Again.

Always Crew, the beautiful and epic conclusion of the Crew series by New York Times bestselling author Tijan is available now!

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For the longest time, I was Bren Monroe.I lived in Roussou, California.I had no parents, no brother, but I had a crew.

Then things started to change.I never planned for any of it.I didn’t think I’d fall in love.I didn’t think I’d have a relationship with my brother again.I didn’t think that he’d come back.

Now I’m in Cain.My crew is in college.They’re growing, going through their own things.And here I am, figuring out my life.

There’s always hurdles and obstacles to overcome.That was never my hardship.That was my regular.But living? Being content? Being happy?Those were my challenges now.

Everything was going well…Until it wasn’t. Again.

A/N: Always Crew is the conclusion of the Crew Series, and a 106k novel.

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Excerpt

“Please, Bren,” Jordan whispered.

I sagged, hearing his plea. If I didn’t stop, he’d start. I had to stop. I had to stop for him. “We have to go. It’s done.” That was Cross, but he was the leader speaking now. “Get her in the truck.” Jordan carried me over. Zellman hopped up and Jordan lifted me to him. I could’ve climbed up myself, but there was something about my crew doing this for me. Handling me. They needed to do this, and a part of me needed to let them. I glanced back as Jordan was climbing up, coming behind us. Cross was bent over the guy. He was talking to him. A second later, he pulled his phone out, punching some numbers. Then the phone was back in his pocket, and he was coming for the truck. His eyes held mine for a brief moment before he got behind the wheel. Cross drove us back as Zellman and Jordan huddled on both sides of me. My hands were still bleeding, but no one moved to cover them. That felt fitting, for some reason. Just let me bleed.

I really enjoyed this book, but then I knew I would, I loved everything about this book and the series and love the authors writing style.

Our little feral she-wolf was about to come out and play, and I was going to love it.

I was so happy reading about Bren again and honestly I still think she’s bad ass and feisty and wont take any sh*t , I also love cross’s character and the chemistry him and Bren have. I think Zellerman and Jordan were also great side characters in this story.

We were Crew, and because of that, they’d been in the darkness with me.
We formed out of necessity, and then that bond strengthened into a vow of family.
 

I really enjoyed Bren’s Crew and there bond, they way Tijan has created this is amazing. You can feel their fear, rage and loyalty, protection and love throughout this book.

I really enjoyed how you got the POV from Bren and Cross but in this one you also had Zellerman’s and Jordan’s, you get to see a bit how they really felt and see the emotions they go through In the story.

I was very emotional reading this knowing it may be the end of the crew series , but even though this may be the last , I hope we get to see them in new characters books.

I voluntarily read an early version of this book. All thoughts and opinions are entirely my own.

My rating 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟

Tijan is a New York Times Bestselling author that writes suspenseful and unpredictable novels. Her characters are strong, intense, and gut-wrenchingly real with a little bit of sass on the side. Tijan began writing later in life and once she started, she was hooked. She’s written multi-bestsellers including the Carter Reed Series, the Fallen Crest Series, and the Broken and Screwed Series among others. She is currently writing a new YA series along with so many more from north Minnesota where she lives with a man she couldn’t be without and an English Cocker she adores.

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