Monday, January 30, 2017

RELEASE BLITZ & 5 STAR REVIEW: No Fear (Bomar Boys #3) by Jess Bryant

Title: No Fear
Series: Bomar Boys #3
Author: Jess Bryant
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: January 30, 2017


Every small town has that one family that's more savage than civilized. The ones that are more myth and legend than man. In Old Settlers, Oklahoma that's the Bomar boys. Wild, reckless and vicious, they skirt the line of criminal and trip over it more often than not. They are their own punchline: white trash but proud beyond compare. Dirty and dangerously sexy, it's best to steer clear of them or else risk your life... and your heart. These are their stories.

Rachel Grant lives every day in fear. Scared that she'll always be the kind of girl that nobody notices. Scared that her brother will figure out quiet doesn't mean deaf or stupid and put together that she knows far more than she should. And what she knows has her fearing for her life because in a small town like Old settlers everybody knows that you don't cross the Bomar boys.

She needs help. Somebody she can trust. Somebody strong. Somebody that can protect her... and she knows just the guy.

Remy Bomar ran away from what being a Bomar meant when he was eighteen. Ten years later, he's finally come home and he's sworn that he'll do anything to take back his place within the family. He didn't protect the people he loved when he was young and he won't make the same mistake again.

When the cute, shy, girl next door looks up at him with fear in her eyes, what he feels is far from simply protective. He wants her safe but he also wants her to be his. Being a Bomar, those two things have a tendency to be mutually exclusive, particularly since his family has a traitor hell bent on hitting them where it hurts.

What happens when the truth comes out? When Remy finds out she knows far more about the threat to his family than she's been letting on? When Rachel has to choose between her family... or his? Will they find the strength they need to overcome their fears once and for all?

*No Fear is the third book in the Bomar Boys series but can be read as a stand-alone. Each book features one couple and a HEA but will build on each other so they are best read in order.

**Warning** - This book contains explicit language, sexual scenes and violence. Though not depicted, mentions of domestic violence are key to the story and can be a trigger for some.

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My Review

I received an advanced copy of this book with the promise of an honest review.

Yay Remy! This man is EVERYTHING. I have been waiting for this book from the moment I finished reading No Apologies. Remy grabbed my attention and I had to know everything about him.

On paper, Remy and Rachel do not make sense. Not one bit. Remy is not only a Bomar, but he is a rough, military man and Rachel is a frightened, stuttering woman. She has her reasons for why she is so frightened and they are valid, but for some reason Remy does not frighten her. It's one of those things that you can't explain and you just accept it. And that's okay. Besides I am a sucker for the strong, silent, bad boy who is actually a giant softie.

I know that there is a serious and slightly dangerous plot to this book, but for me Remy and Rachel's relationship is the story. Everything else was just secondary to me. From the moment that Rachel put herself out there and went to the last place she should have gone, just to get Remy to help her, I was hooked. I just loved Rachel. On the surface she seems to be made of glass and there were moments when I found myself worrying that she would actually break, but it turns out she is also strong as hell. Especially with Remy by her side. And Remy. Just like his brothers, he believed that being a Bomar meant that he didn't deserve happiness. But just like his brother's women, Rachel saw right through the whole Bomar facade and only saw the real Remy, not the one that people made him out to be. They were both dealt a crap hand at life and had to go through some tough stuff, but together they made each other's lives perfect.

“Hmm?” He stroked a big hand up and down her back before settling it right above her ass again.

“This is nice.” He tugged her even closer, which she hadn’t thought was possible, “Mmm, it’s a lot better than nice.”


“Yeah. I just watched my little brother get married. He’s happy and he’s gonna be so good to Jemma and that baby. I’m here with my family, with you, and that makes me happy. Life’s not just nice…it’s damn near perfect.”
She cuddled her cheek against his chest, “Damn near?”
“Damn near.” He chuckled and she knew it was because she’d cursed.

He’d told her this week that she sounded ridiculous when she cursed. He said she was so sweet and innocent that the words didn’t seem threatening at all. She’d made a point of throwing more of them into their conversations just to hear that laugh of his she loved so much.

“I think I know what would make it perfect.” She bit her lip and then leaned back enough that she could look up into his handsome face.

He was looking down at her and her heart immediately jumped at the heat in his dark eyes. He was so good looking it was a little intimidating. She didn’t know what she’d done to deserve someone like Remy looking at her as if he was the lucky one but she hoped he never stopped.

“What’s that, baby?”

“There’s something I want to tell you, something I’ve wanted to tell you for…well, for a long time.” She pushed forward when she saw his Adam’s apple bob as he swallowed hard, “I’m not saying it because you said it. I’m not saying it because I feel like I owe you for all that you’ve done for me. I’m saying it because it’s true and because I don’t want to go another day or even another hour without you knowing that everything you feel is what I feel and everything you want is what I want.”

Remy’s grip on her tightened momentarily, as if he wanted to hold onto her, “What are you saying, Rachel?”
“I-I-I’m saying…” She took a deep breath, let it out and tried to calm her racing heart because she didn’t want to stutter when she said this, not this, “I love you, Remy Bomar.”

He sucked in a sharp breath and one of his hands moved to her face, cupping her cheek and tilting her head back so she had to look him in the eye, “Say it again. Look me in the eyes and say it again.”

*sigh* I love them so much.

But to talk about the actual plot for a second. Rachel knows more about the assault on Colt that occurred in the last book than she is letting on, but for good reason. Of course the family is trying to figure out what happened and that means we get to know more about them. I'm still on the fence about Lincoln, but I am all about Bentley & Ford. Especially Ford!! Talk about a heart of gold beneath an extremely rough exterior. I need more!! Jess has created such a wonderful world with the Bomar boys and I am always left wanting more...this book is no exception.

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Author Bio

Jess Bryant has always been a writer. As a little girl she spent hours in her room putting pen to paper and creating stories. She’s been reading and writing romance novels since she first stole a book from her aunt’s Harlequin collection when she was thirteen years old. She earned a degree in Public Relations from the University of Oklahoma. When she’s not writing, Jess can usually be found curled up with a glass of wine and a good book or yelling at the television during sporting events with friends and family. For more information on Jess and upcoming releases, contact her at

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