Review: Franco (Bright Side Book 3) by Kim Holden





Franco Genovese is the drummer for world renowned American rock band, Rook. He’s got it all. A killer smile. Tattoos. Talent. Razor sharp wit and humor. And a heart as big, and generous, as they come.
Life is good. Steady. Uncomplicated. Just the way he likes things.
Until one night at an unassuming L.A. bar changes everything.
Enter Gemma Hendricks.
She’s a successful young architect from Northern England with an adorable smile, sarcasm for days, and an unparalleled trusting heart.
The attraction is instant.
So is their friendship.
It’s also temporary because they’ll both be heading home, thousands of miles apart from each other, in a few days.
Or is it?
There’s something Gemma wants more than anything else.
And when Franco propositions her to provide what she’s looking for, everything changes.
Will it transform friendship into love, or will it be their ruin?

Note from the author: Due to strong language and sexual content, this book is recommended for mature audiences.


You were heartbroken in Bright Side, you healed in Gus and now with Franco you get swept off your feet!! I absolutely LOVE Kim Holden and everything she has to offer! Everything about Franco and Gemma scream SEXY! I loved watching their friendship become something incredible and build until  you fell in love with them over and over!

Franco has a hard head a few times and just makes you want to find someone who looks like Franco and slap them just to help the frustration with the situation but this book just set the bar pretty high for 2017! I am so in love with these three people (Franco, Gemma and Kim) that I am not sure who can top this read!

more than 5 stars worthy!


Reviewed by Amy M.


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