Candyboy (The Smalls Family VII) by Ash Ericmore
Michael is out for revenge. Bod’s down, but not out, and those Eastern European bastards have pushed him too far. Candyboy wants to know who has been fucking with the family, and who is after him, trying to shut down his operation.
And he’s going to do anything he must to find them … to stop them … permanently.
With a combine harvester, if need be.
Seven brothers. Seven Smalls. Graphic content. Consider this a trigger warning for just about everything.
Never Knew Sheets Could Be So Dangerous!
Michael Smalls is done, he’s had it with these Eastern Europeans. They went for his family, and that’s the one thing you don’t mess with. The drug world is a dog-eat-dog world and he’s about to prove he’s a wolf among the chihuahuas. I loved this wrap up to the Smalls brothers introduction. I almost feel like I might be a member of the family myself, maybe like a second cousin? Seeing Ericmore craft a whole family of characters and have all these seemingly random events come together in the end was a rewarding experience. I can’t wait to see what the future holds for the family!
...and On This Farm He Had a Bloodbath. E-I-E-I-O
Michael is the final Smalls brother to make our acquaintance in Ash Ericmore's Smalls Family series, and he's the core around which this whole sequence of events has orbited. It's Candyboy's thriving drug enterprise that rubbed the Eastern Europeans the wrong way. Coming together after what happened to Bod in the previous installment, the Smalls brothers could have ventured out en masse to take their bloody and brutal revenge on the Eastern Europeans; but Candyboy feels responsible for what's already happened, and it's up to him to set things right in a truly Smalls fashion. Michael Smalls will torture, degrade, and dice up anyone and everyone who stands in his way as he searches for the man calling the shots. Ericmore, perhaps recognizing how profoundly Backy has wormed his little baby way into our black hearts, delivers more baby action with this volume. And, while there is no baby armor this time around, the little ones find a way to fly into the midst of the action just the same. As we reach our agrarian climax, Ericmore pulls out all the stops with Candyboy destroying everyone and everything in his path, using whatever he has at his disposal, including farm implements. This story is a thoroughly satisfying conclusion to what will hopefully be one of many Smalls Family series. Not that there should have been any doubt.