Pinky Promise

  • by HJ Bellus
  • Narrated by Veronica Pace, Curt Campbell
  • 6 hrs and 33 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

From the USA Today and Amazon best-seller HJ Bellus comes a sexy standalone romance: Pinky Promise.
Baylor Jones and Stayton (State) Blake.
Two lost souls raised on the streets. Young children vowing to always protect each other. He was only nine but he was her protector and best friend for years.
Even when thrown in foster care he took care of her always like a king to his queen. A silent pinky promise shared between, it was their secret protection to one another.
Then one morning he was gone. Leaving Baylor on her own to battle the streets and more importantly life in the Kings all by herself.
"I will love you, even if I never see you again."

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It'll Pull On Your Heartstrings

H.J. Bella delivers a touching, heartwarming story that will make you both smile, and make your heartache. Due to personal experience my heart really goes out to both foster kids and parents. State (H) and Baylor (h) find themselves in foster care, and while they promised to be there for each other, they ended up being separated when State is adopted. Years later, fate has them crossing paths again, but State never really gave up on looking for Baylor, or moved on. He wants to pick up where they left off, and be there for Baylor; however, due to her past Baylor has issues with abandonment and trust.

The secondary characters were great, and really added to the overall plot. Pinky Promise is a sweet story, with some mild passion, heat, and angst.

The narration was great! I received this audio from the publisher for an honest review.
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- Cheri

Sweet story

If you could sum up Pinky Promise in three words, what would they be?

Heart wrenching sweet


What does Veronica Pace and Curt Campbell bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

I really enjoyed Veronica Pace and Curt Campbell's narration. Veronica brought the emotion and feelings needed for this story.


Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

The book made me cry for sure but not right away.


Any additional comments?

This story had it's ups and downs and happy and sad feelings. State and Baylor reuniting after all these years unexpectedly was a little hard to believe. If State was missing her that bad I think he could have found her or tracked her down through Miss Tammy.

My other thing that bothered me was the major conflict of the story and something I think could have and should have been huge just fizzled after the pizza place conflict.

Other than that I enjoyed the story and the few twists it provided. I was reading reviews on another site before I typed this and was a little irritated at them and disagreed with their logic so I would suggest don't read the reviews and give this book a chance.

This audiobook was provided to me for an honest review.

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- NB

Book Details

  • Release Date: 02-03-2017
  • Publisher: HJ Bellus