Bliss (The Smalls Family III) by Ash Ericmore
Adam Smalls always has a smile on his face. Cracking a joke. That’s why they nicknamed him Bliss. He lives with his missus, Rachel. One day, they’re happily going at it, lubed up and plugged in, as it were, when two blokes from South London come bursting in.
Right geezers, they are.
And they’re going to force Adam into doing a job for them. One that he can’t joke his way out of. It’s on that job that he ends up fighting gangs of psychopaths, elderly ladies, even a ninja. Would you Adam and Eve it? But once there are bags of drugs and a gang of babies involved, well, it all gets a bit disgusting.
Seven brothers. Seven Smalls. Graphic content. Consider this a trigger warning for just about everything.
Bliss is darkly hilarious, using lots of song references and baby jokes to keep things light hearted as Adam tries to secure drugs in order to save his woman. This has quickly become my favorite godless series, with this one being the best so far. The violence is great, the humor is fantastic, and the story flowed so much better this time around. The other stories were great, but this one was fantastic! I now (im)patiently wait for the next installment to drop.
Well, Adam is my favorite! He needs to get some drugs and fast! He meets some interesting and useful side characters along the way. There is plenty of gore and brutality so strap on (HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA) your safety belts!