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(Twirled World Ink #4)

4.26  ·  Rating details ·  843 ratings  ·  68 reviews
(This is a previously-published edition of ASIN B01N9D55XR.)

Welcome to Twirled World Ink where the crazies run the asylum.

When someone was asked to describe crazy, if they knew Lee “Lucky” Trenton they’d point at him. Accident prone and without a filter of any kind to tell him to shut up before he says something inappropriate he’s no one’s idea of a perfect partner. Gro
Kindle Edition, 152 pages
Published February 14th 2017 by Hostile Whispers Press, LLC
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Denise H.
*** Lee "Lucky" Trenton, tall, lanky, 28, with blonde dreads,

is an accident waiting to happen and has no filter with his words. We understand him so much better in this book, when his past is explained, and see his family.

*** Matthew "Priest" Beall, left his horrific home,

and evil ex, as soon as he could, and found a safe, happy place at Twirled, but his nightmares never left him. Bearded, hairy and bulky, he reveals his past abuse here and captures our hearts. A few things are happening, an
Reread May 2017

Still love Lucky. He comes across so obnoxious in the other books but I just fell in love with him in this book because he's so good to Priest. I could of sworn I had commented before about Lucky's mom and what she did to Priest. But regardless, I was even more angry this time. I really hate what she did. I don't think it was her place to do what she did or the way she did it. Fortunately, Priest isn't too traumatized by it and Lucky was there to pick up the pieces.

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Feb 20, 2017 rated it it was ok
2.5 Stars

I have largely enjoyed the series overall, especially that at least one of the characters in each story isn't beach body "perfect".

I like the characters and their interaction with each other in the series usually, but Lucky just seemed far less cohesive than the others have been.

That may have more to do with the horrible editing/proofreading, which is really impacting my enjoyment of the stories. When I have to re-read a sentence two or three times to figure out what the author is tr
Jan 15, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Lucky is book 4 in JM Dabney’s Twirled World Ink Series. If you’re like me you’ve followed these books religiously. Each one giving another one of these perfectly imperfect guys their love story. And in this case two Twirled guys together.

From book one we have all seen Lucky enter a room like a tornado. A hyper hippie incapable of lying. He thinks it, he says it. It’s almost refreshing in a way. And although many people want to kill him because he says EVERYTHING on his mind; you never wonder w
Sep 30, 2017 rated it really liked it
this was definitely the most emotional book in this series.
lucky and Priest are both fantastic. especially Lucky is a catch.
loved it
re-read june 2020

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What a beautiful love story! These two were too cute together, loved that they are so different, but so right for each other.

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It makes me so sad the Priest think he is broken and not worthy of love, especially the love from Lucky. Because he is such a gentle and sweet person, who deserves so much to been loved.
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“I’m used and broken.”

He placed his hands on Priest’s cheeks and lifted his teary eyes to his. “You’re not used or ruined,
Caroline Brand
Feb 20, 2017 rated it really liked it

Lucky is book 4 in the Twirled World Ink Series and I guess because Lucky is such a larger than life character and has been prominent throughout the series it felt like I had been waiting an age for his story.

Lee ‘Lucky’ Trenton is hilarious as a character and one of the things I adored about him was that he has absolutely no filter. If he thought it he said it regardless of the consequences and it was refreshing and funny at the same time. His character brings ho
Mar 31, 2017 rated it really liked it
You can't blame Lucky for being the way he is after knowing his family. This sequel was sad, cute, funny..all that in a nice pack. Very lovely indeed. ...more
Apr 15, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: scars, hurt, abused, bikers
Ohhhh Lucky and Priest!!!

I had no idea I would love them this much!!!
<3 <3 <3
Jan 28, 2017 rated it it was amazing
The hyper hippie of Twirled World Ink, brought up with a concept of Radical Honesty with a family that is really, really out there. A twin sister who is a complete commitment-phobe, a brother who is “normal” and so a cause for angst within the family, a professor dad who does anything his beloved wife wants, and the mother who is truly way past free spirit. That’s Lucky. People consider him hyper, accident prone, crazy, unfiltered, etc. He is all of those things. He is also a loyal friend, a swe ...more
lucy duncan
Feb 14, 2017 rated it it was amazing

Lucky loves Priest but Priest is a man with a lot of pain in his past. Lucky comes from a weird family who loves him and Priest comes from a family who should have never had kids. With Luckys love Priest is able to over come his past .
Jan 21, 2017 rated it really liked it
4.25 stars

I liked this a LOT.
After reading the first two books I was looking forward to Lucky and Priest's book. Knowing Priest had such a heartbreaking back story I was not expecting this to be so funny but between Lucky and his family I was crying with laughter, you've got to love their 'radical honesty'!!

I really hope we get to see more of these guys and see how their relationship grows as in a way it's only just started
Oct 03, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I swear by all that I am, I'm so in love with J.M. Dabney for these series. Oh my gah. Each book gets better by the minute and I can't wait to year into the next book. Each book may have violence or whatever. It happens when you have a hunch of badass bikers. But the Teddy bears underneath are what just make it all worthwhile. Their personalities, their flaws, their strengths, even their crazy ass families, make these books perfect in every way and I am so in love with all these guys.
Before you
Jenny Wood
Apr 24, 2017 rated it really liked it
Okay, I honestly didn't expect to fall in love with Lucky.
He's always been obnoxious and loud and just.... exhausting.... He hasn't been my favorite and I wasn't sure where this one was going to take me. Now, that's not to say I didn't have a couple problems with it, because I did.... again with the allergy for punctuation. Questions, should always end in a question mark. I hate reading something as a statement then re-reading it as a question. I am in no way a grammar nazi, but I"ve noticed it
Jun 01, 2017 rated it really liked it
Shelves: aa-recommend
This book was freaking hilarious. Lucky's family is so absolutely, certifiably crazy that the entire experience was a roller coaster of nutsville. I loved it! We know Lucky and Priest from the previous books but in those Lucky was mostly tolerated and sometimes not liked all that much. In this one we get to know him, the real him. Yes, he's crazy but also so lovable and sweet. Priest is a mess after an awful relationship but Lucky's been there for three years waiting...and waiting. There journey ...more
May 22, 2017 rated it liked it
Shelves: man-on-man-luvin
I think I enjoyed this one the most.
Emily Seelye
Mar 05, 2018 rated it really liked it
I loved Lucky! He is so sweet and gentle with Priest.

I loved this story, but not the editing. Someone needs to tell the author that passed and past are not interchangeable.
Feb 17, 2017 rated it it was amazing

Writing has improved no skipping dialogue. This book was good it dealt with tough subject matter and still had humor. The love story is strong longing high and the author did not fall into the insta I'm all over my trauma let's have dirty hot sex pitfall. It was more real and touching that the intimacy Priest was ready for was enough for Lucky and being together was more important than the sex.
Feb 18, 2017 rated it it was amazing
New author for me---loved the series!
Feb 15, 2017 rated it liked it
It wasn't my favorite, but still cute. I love Lucky and his crazy family and I love how priest has opened up.. don't expect see in this book, cuz there is one baby scene towards the end.. this book went fast tho.. who is next I wonder? ...more
Feb 14, 2017 rated it really liked it
So much better

Each story in this series just keeps getting better and better. And now that it seems she's taking the time to do some editing, I feel I can keep going with the series. There are still a couple of problems in the writing but they can be overlooked.
Lucky and Priest were perfect for each other. I just love how crazy awesome Lucky's family is. And the whole crew at Twirled World Ink is still a great group of chosen family.
Dec 06, 2017 rated it it was amazing
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Lucky as a character was better in this book than he was in the 3 previous one but I just can't deal with how poorly everything that happened to Priest was explained and how/when it was revealed for the first time. This was just wrong, especially when they try to make it sound cute and quirky that all of them are so crazy and they are so honest but I don't think it was right to push him like that, especially when Lucky was asking her to stop. And after everything is said they can magically open ...more
This was my favorite so far.

I hurt for Priest and Lucky both.

There was two major things that bothered me.

First the poor editing! Ther were a lot of misused words, wrong tense and bad punctuation. A word that is continually miss us through the whole series is "set". When a person sits down in a chair in past tense it should be sat. Like "Elijah sat behind the desk" Not "Elijah set behind the desk". People don't set! The sun does. And when people ask something that sentence ends with a question
Jun 05, 2020 rated it really liked it
Shelves: 0-lgbtq-read

Is it too much to ask for author's to proofread their stories? I am so tired of having a wonderful story ruined by poor editing and lack of proofreading. I truly enjoy this author's style of writing and storytelling, but I am NOT sure that I can get past the overwhelming issues that persistently plagued this series. This is me probably calling it quits with this very talented author. :(
Nissy Williams
Nov 06, 2017 rated it really liked it
Really loved Lucky and Priest. I did not fall in love with these two characters maybe because there was so much care with Priest and his past issues. I would have loved a little more closure with the Andre hitting Lucky and a healing for Priest with his hang up. I would have loved an Epilogue that portrayed him healed and loving it up with Lucky (sex wise). Outside of that I loved that they go the HEA and the rest of the story was good too.
kerryann williams
Jul 15, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Another great addition to the series

Though the book runs a little fast , secret love, danger, pain, and a crew rescue . It reads well, you don't want to put the book down till you know
everything will be alright. Well worth the money spent , keeps you on the edge of your seat hoping for Lucky and Priest .
Aug 22, 2017 rated it it was amazing
I loved this story. Lucky is so my favorite. While I loved so of the others guys my favorite is definitely Lucky. Well written with well developed characters. This is a awesome series. I am looking forward to the first spin off.
Mar 19, 2018 rated it liked it
The story itself was sweet and heartwarming... but the main connection between the characters has been happening for year. So you only see a fraction of the relationship - and very little heat at all in this one.
Nov 28, 2018 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Though it's still badly edited, I really enjoyed the first half of the story. It had more actual story and plot than the rest of the series, but I still felt that it ended up in cliches and uninspired sap. Also, it's not as much of a stand-alone as the others. ...more
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