on August 28, 2016
Pages: 338 pages
Elias, the father of Tiny's son comes back into the picture to rekindle his relationship with his son. His true intent is shown, threatening to ruin what Mayhem and Tiny has built. Will he succeed with his wicked plan?
Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned is a saying that applies to Macy. Pissed that she is forced out of the Godfrey family her ultimate goal is to bring everyone down one by one. With the help of her new man and Elias she oppose as a deadly threat to the Godfrey empire.
A simple walk down the isle to happiness turned into a trip to hell for Joie. When her secrets unfolds In front of her piece by piece she finds herself in a dilemma with Maleek, the craziest Godfrey of them all and the mother of his child, Stacy.
With old beef arising and new enemies appearing the Godfrey brothers find themselves doing anything in their power to keep their family safe, even if it may fatally cost them their life.
When Bae’s A Boss 2 was one of my most anticipated reads of the second half of 2016. With the way When Bae’s A Boss ended I lost my mind a little, I seriously needed to know what happened next. Usually with cliffhangers I will respond in one or two ways; (1) in anger which leads to me not wanting to read the next installment, or (2) having a temper tantrum because I have to wait until the author publishes the next part (sob). Luckily for When Bae’s A Boss 2 it was the later reaction, but it sucks because the sequel didn’t meet the expectations I had when I finished When Bae’s A Boss.
When Bae’s A Boss 2 jumped right into where its predecessor left off, for which I was grateful because with the amount of books I read in a month I needed a refresher on what all had happened. (Don’t get me wrong I absolutely was able to remember that I needed to know what was going to happen next in this series but I couldn’t remember why, I hope that makes sense). In the way When Bae’s A Boss 2 started off, I was given a refreshers course as well as a sneak peek into what this installment was going to bring into this series.
While When Bae’s A Boss was full of how the characters navigated and found their footing amongst the obstacles they faced, When Bae’s A Boss 2 was full a lot of relationship refining. Sadly, the main couple that I loved in the first book faced a lot of issues in this second book, but most of their problems stemmed from them not communicating nor respecting the other.
Odd enough, it was the couple that I couldn’t stand in the first book that really pulled through for me in When Bae’s A Boss 2, the relationship between Ramsey (Mayhem’s brother) and Emma (Tiny’s best friend). Even though Ramsey did Emma super duper wrong in the first story he really pulled through in showing her that he loved her no matter what in this installment.
Mayhem and Tiny, our main characters, were so extra in a lot of the things they said and did that I felt that they really needed to have a seat and reevaluate why they wanted to be together in the first place. There were so many missed ‘aha’ moments that they missed because they were so wrapped up in what the other was doing. From the beginning of When Bae’s A Boss 2 there were a lot of signs that things were going to get a lot worse than what they were if they didn’t pull their heads out of their butts and came together as a united front against their multiplying enemies, but of course their pride continued to get in the way and things just couldn’t get right.
At this point, if book 3 would come out tomorrow I’m not sure if I would automatically buy it because of the possibly storyline it would have. But, while there might be potential in the continuation of this series, the execution of it could wane and quite possibly miss its mark. So, I might be, somewhat, excited to see where this series could turn to, but I don’t know if I would want to spend money on it. I might just use my one free kindle unlimited rental for whichever month it’s released and read it.