I was so happy to be back in Lunar Falls when I started Lies Of Lunar Falls. I loved the first book, Secrets Of Lunar Falls and could not wait to diveI was so happy to be back in Lunar Falls when I started Lies Of Lunar Falls. I loved the first book, Secrets Of Lunar Falls and could not wait to dive into this one and see where life was going to take Carly and Gabe.
We knew that Carly was starting to develop Moon Hunter capabilities but we didn’t know how far these abilities will go in her. I don’t think that even at the end of book 2 we know yet how far Carly will go with these abilities.
So many questions are answered, there’s a twist that starts right at the top of the book and continues on to the end that is an amazing part of this story. I didn’t see that one coming while reading book one and it took me by surprise in book 2.
I’m curious as to where that is going to take this family when we move on into the series (I cannot wait for book 3 of this trilogy), what will people who don’t know yet say when they find out that what they had thought had happened, wasn’t even close to what actually did occur. If that confuses you, you’ll know exactly what I mean as you start reading book two.
There are still more questions to be answered and I am still wondering what will go down in book three. Things will have to come to a head with the purists and I hope that Gabe and Carly come out on top.
I adore this couple. While Gabe is an alpha male to the core, Carly isn’t helpless. She is quite capable of defending herself and standing on her own two feet. I love the family members that are integral to the story line. Carly’s grandfather is one of my new favorite characters. There is another new character whose development I can’t wait to see, I want to know how the pack reacts to them (though I know where the purists are going to stand).
An excellent addition to this trilogy, Lies Of Lunar Falls is fast paced with tons of action, the heat that we love between our main characters, and an awesome cast of supporting characters. I cannot wait to read book 3. I think I saw that it is possibly coming in April.
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I’m sitting here staring at my screen, trying to think about what I want to write, when all that is going through my head is I have to wait until FebrI’m sitting here staring at my screen, trying to think about what I want to write, when all that is going through my head is I have to wait until February for The Next Sin.
That’s a whole month man.
I was completely pulled in from the first page, those moments that described a young impressionable Bleu and the horrific thing that happened to her. Those events in that short period of time shaped her entire life and brought her to where we pick up in the book.
Bleu is an incredible heroine. She is strong, going after the justice she wants, and completely capable of taking care of herself. I loved her! Definitely a Girl Crush Shelf (on Goodreads) addition. That doesn’t happen often.
Sinclair. He is Bleu’s way of getting to Thane, he is her key to getting close enough to have retribution for the horror Thane caused so many years ago.
I was iffy in the beginning on how I was going to feel about Sin. When we first meet him he is an arrogant cocky bastard who is used to getting what he wants. Lucky for us readers, Bleu wasn’t about to give it to him easily.
These two have chemistry that burns off the pages. Blue didn’t go to Scotland though to have a fling. Obviously she can’t fall for Sin. Right?
There is so much going on in this book that I am still questioning. Sin doesn’t seem like he regrets the things that he does, but he also doesn’t seem like your typical mafia boss (not that they are the mafia). There are things about Thane that I am left wondering. I really want to know what led up to that night so many years ago. Thane left a different impression on me after “meeting” him than I had after the first chapter of the book.
I must have the next book.
I know. I have to wait for it. I’ll try to be patient.
I love fairy tale retellings and I jumped on Sleeping Beauty And The Beast when I got the chance to review it. I just saw the title, not the cover, noI love fairy tale retellings and I jumped on Sleeping Beauty And The Beast when I got the chance to review it. I just saw the title, not the cover, not the blurb, just the title, and said yes, yes, yes!
This is a great retelling of two fairy tales with a twist that I thought was unique and wonderful! The beast isn’t some deformed man locked in a castle ashamed of his own reflection. It’s completely different from what we were told as children.
I really enjoyed all of the characters from the twin princes to the beast and Princess Elegantine, who was cursed into sleep forever or until … something happens. :D
Well written with both stories weaving in and out of each other with their own twists that may surprise you.
It’s just a sweet story that I would be totally ok with reading to my girls (or their reading on their own). It’s completely clean and something that I think they both would enjoy.
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I think Charming The Beast was my first Cynthia Eden book and it definitely will not be my last.
ConnWho judged a book by it’s awesome cover?
I think Charming The Beast was my first Cynthia Eden book and it definitely will not be my last.
Connor and Chloe.
I loved them both. I wasn’t sure in the beginning if Connor was a good guy or the bad guy because of how they met, but I chalk him up as on the good side. He would probably tell you he was bad, very bad. The man had no faith in his ability to be one of the good guys.
Then there is Chloe. I liked her right off the bat. She’s feisty. She’s a prisoner of the Para Unit, more so they can figure out what has happened to her than for something she did.
There is huge chemistry between these two and they are incredibly hot together. I really liked all the other characters involved, which means I should probably read the first two books in the series. (This can totally be read as a stand alone. I wasn’t lost at all. I just want to read the back stories.) It turns out I have The Wolf Within, I need to make time to read it, to get to know Connor’s brother, Duncan, better. His story seems like it would be just as interesting as Connor’s. I added Marked By The Vampire to my kindle wish list. That is now a must read too.
All in all this was a great paranormal read with a hot male lead and a great female heroine which left me wanting more of Cynthia Eden’s work. I really liked it!
Thank you to NetGalley for my copy of Charming The Beast! It was a wonderful book!
I will tell you right off the bat that the cover is what drew me to this book. The readers of my blog know me for reviewing lots of romance, the readeI will tell you right off the bat that the cover is what drew me to this book. The readers of my blog know me for reviewing lots of romance, the reader who reads daily might have picked up on the fact that while I love my romances, horror is another favorite genre. I just am asked to review more romances than I am asked to review horror.
I love books that freak me out, make me check the locks 4 times before heading to bed, and then have me jumping and imagining the worst possible scenarios every time the dogs bark at something. I want a “get out the salt and stand in the circle” kind of freaky read. Some people don’t like having the pants scared off of them, I think it’s fun. The more likely it is it could happen, the better.
The Nightmare Girl was perfectly creepy, awesomely freaky, and gory enough to have me squirming a bit.
No good deed goes unpunished is what I think when I think of words to describe this book. As the blurb says Joe stops a mother from abusing her toddler. Just the description in that first scene had me cringing. Things went from 0 – 60 right in those first few pages and I was completely in.
We go on this journey that Joe was entangled in just from helping that little boy. Things were really extreme at the end but it worked within the context of the story, with the back stories that were given from various characters that Joe was involved with. I loved that Joe never gave up, he never rolled over and said I’m done, I can’t do this anymore. He just kept going, kept fighting, kept protecting his family.
I also really liked that on top of the cult that there was a supernatural element here.
I just added Jonathan Janz to my favorite author list. He and Scott Nicholson would be my responses if asked who my favorite horror authors are.
I also just grabbed 2 more books from Jonathan on Amazon. I bought the Savage Species set and Dust Devils. I cannot wait to get started on them. They both look equally freaky. I just want to grab everything he has written and have a Jonathan Janz marathon.
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Shooting Scars picks up right where Sins & Needles has left off. Ellie has given herself to her ex Javier so that Camden can have a shot at a niceShooting Scars picks up right where Sins & Needles has left off. Ellie has given herself to her ex Javier so that Camden can have a shot at a nice normal life with his ex-wife and son.
Of course, it can’t be that simple.
Life would never be that easy.
Ellie is off to her life with Javier and Camden is now on the run for something he didn’t do. Javier, of course, has nefarious plans for Ellie and Ellie has no idea how far these plans will go.
At this point Ellie is sacrificing herself to save Camden and Camden is running off to save Ellie.
I think Shooting Scars might be full of even more suspense and adventure than Sins & Needles was, and that is saying a lot. Or maybe it’s just that the kicking of arses starts right at the beginning. There is tons of action and quite a few more bad guys that need to be dealt with. I’m still trying to decide if Javier is completely a bad guy or is he more gray like Ellie is?
After reading Sins & Needles and flip flopping back and forth between loving Ellie and hating Ellie, I liked her in Shooting Scars from the beginning because she had just sacrificed her life for Camden’s. Now that I understood her a bit, I got the motivation behind her actions until one point where I was just sitting there going no! no! no! What are you doing? No!!!
Fictional characters who don’t listen to you are frustrating.
In Shooting Scars we get to meet Gus finally, a lovable (cuz of his devotion to Ellie) non-teddy bear type of guy who would do anything for Ellie. I have an inkling of an idea as to why he would do anything for Ellie, but I have a feeling I am not going to find out why for sure until I dive into book 3.
So much crazy happens in this book and I am dying to get to book 3. I have to get into my reading calendar and find the first date that I have open to finish up this trilogy. I just grabbed the novella, On Every Street, to read in between scheduled books. This trilogy is awesome!
Thank you NetGalley for my copy of Shooting Scars!
I am so glad that I made time to sit down and read a book by Karina Halle! I have bought so many of her books because they look like they are right upI am so glad that I made time to sit down and read a book by Karina Halle! I have bought so many of her books because they look like they are right up my ally but with my reading calendar full, they have just sat there collecting virtual dust in my Kindle cloud. A book should never collect dust, virtual or not. :)
Sins & Needles had been on my kindle wish list since it came out. I received a copy of Shooting Scars to review.
When I started Sins & Needles I wasn’t sure how I was going to feel about Ellie. I started out just reading along, not forming an opinion, waiting to get to know her, and then something happened that made me think that there was no way I was going to like this character. No way. I was thinking you know, there are certain things I can be sympathetic to because of your background, but man, that was just mean.
Then we learned the word justification. Suddenly I felt sympathetic to Ellie again. I felt like the score was now even, everybody has been hurt.
It was funny (and unusual for me) how my opinion of Ellie did a complete 180 by the end of the book. I liked her a lot. I understood her motivations and I could see her trying to be good.
I think we can all agree that sometimes it is really hard to be good. Add to that Ellie’s background and she faced a huge struggle with it.
Camden – I did not see Camden going the way he did. Ellie’s thoughts towards Camden are what started making me think this girl had no hope but then Camden turned out to be smarter than I originally thought he was. (Which isn’t saying I thought he was stupid, read the book, you’ll know what I mean.) I really liked him from the beginning. There’s so much that goes on with him (and her) in the book, I’m afraid to go into too much detail because it might spoil it.
I’ll just say that these two kept surprising me and that doesn’t happen in a book. This book was completely unpredictable and I really liked that about it.
It was quite the reading adventure. Learning what happened to these two in the past, seeing what made them become who they are today, watching them just try to survive in the present while they worried about the future, it was an amazing journey and I couldn’t wait to read book two. Luckily I had that in my kindle app ready to go.
*sigh* And I’m done with another great Karen-Anne Stewart book.
Karen-Anne is one of those authors who when a new book is released, I don’t even need t*sigh* And I’m done with another great Karen-Anne Stewart book.
Karen-Anne is one of those authors who when a new book is released, I don’t even need to see it. I know I want to read it. Feel was no exception. I jumped on this one as soon as I heard about it.
From the start my heart hurt for Saige as a child. The things she went through … you know there are kids daily, in real life, going through what Saige went through and that breaks my heart. She was such a beautifully written character right from the first page. I really liked her. She was passionate while she was reserved with people because of the way she was treated. She also now knows how to defend herself and quick to use it when she is in danger. She isn’t one to shirk back when she needs to stand up for herself as an adult.
When Jensen showed back up I couldn’t wait to get to why he sent her away, what happened between them that ended things. I ended up loving him too and hoping these two would make it to the end of the book. I was really hoping most of the characters would make it to the end. This was an exciting journey, from one moment to the next you were holding your breath that everyone would make it through.
The chemistry between Jensen and Saige is so strong, it makes you wonder how they have spent 4 years apart from each other period. Like I said earlier, I couldn’t wait to find out what the reason was, it had to have been huge to tear these two from each other. When I got to that part, I completely understood why Saige was not jumping up and down in excitement over Jensen’s return. She went through hell.
I loved it. Feel is the perfect title for this book, from the characters and what they do, to how we readers are so emotionally involved when reading it. Great book!
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It has been way too long since I have read a book by Emme Rollins. I adore her writing, and this was a good reminder of how much I love her books.
GinnIt has been way too long since I have read a book by Emme Rollins. I adore her writing, and this was a good reminder of how much I love her books.
Ginny absolutely broke my heart. I’ve never been homeless, but to me, Emme described it perfectly through Ginny and what she was going through. She has got so much on her plate between staying warm and safe, keeping her own secrets while trying to protect her sister and her boys.
This is one of those books where you are filled with hope for the character, where so much has happened to them that you want good to happen, someone to have their back and ease some of the pain they’ve gone through.
I’m not going to say who the mysterious man is because I don’t want to spoil anything for anyone, but he was who I laid my hopes on for her.
Absolutely beautiful story that broke my heart and filled me with hope at the same time. I loved it.
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I did not know what to expect from Nocte. I just knew I wanted to read it, especially after reading Courtney Cole’s note about how dark it was. It immI did not know what to expect from Nocte. I just knew I wanted to read it, especially after reading Courtney Cole’s note about how dark it was. It immediately shot up the top of my TBR pile.
Then it was removed from Amazon (before I had a chance to buy it, thank you very much arses). Quickly it came back and I jumped on it.
May I say on that note, I have no idea why it was removed in the beginning. It’s emotionally dark, yes, but I’ve read some seriously explicit books that are available on Amazon. I’m not sure who was picking on Nocte, but whoever you are, I say thank you. It might have sat on my Kindle wish list until I had a spot open on my calendar, which is pretty much never. After I bought it, I got to it as quickly as I could.
Now that I’ve read it… wow.
As soon as I finished reading it, I posted this on Facebook -
Friggin’ book making my cry. Courtney Cole I blame you and Nocte.
Now I have to wait until February 2 for Verum. I just preordered it.
There’s no way I can start another book tonight. None. I’m ruined. I can’t stop tears. Agh!
I’m not going to recap it because it would be too easy to give something away plus I’m trying to get away from recaps.
I am going to say that I was drawn in from word 1, that I couldn’t put it down, that I HAD to know what the secret was, that I loved the characters.
I will tell you that this book pulled so much emotion out of me. I don’t cry at the end of a lot of books. Look through my reviews. It’s a rare book that gives me such feels that I’m crying. I was crying because it was so emotional and I was hurting that it was over, I was crying for what the characters have gone through. I needed more.
I will share that I have panic attacks and issues with anxiety, and never has a book triggered that in me. It wasn’t the content that gave me anxiety, it was that it was over, that I turned the last page and the story was done… for now. It was chest bursting, eye tearing how am I going to keep going after this book anxiety for me.
As soon as I was done, I went directly to Amazon and 1-clicked Verum (pre-order) and I am now waiting in anticipation for it. It is on my reading calendar for release day. I even rearranged some of my books (reading them earlier) that I have coming up for tours so that I can read Verum the minute it pops up in my Kindle cloud.
I loved it.
5 freaking stars.
I don’t want December and January to rush by because the years fly by too fast as it is, but seriously, February 2 cannot get here soon enough.
I really enjoyed All I Want For Christmas Is You. This is a sweet novella that left with a smile on my face.
One thing I really liked about this book iI really enjoyed All I Want For Christmas Is You. This is a sweet novella that left with a smile on my face.
One thing I really liked about this book is that it isn’t a story about breaking up, moving on, finding your soul mate. This is a book about holding on to love even when it feels broken, about working through your problems, about being there for someone you love.
I haven’t read a lot of stories about women who come back from war and how it has affected them, it’s always the guys who have their women waiting at home for them to return and then they have to work through their struggles, their memories of their time in a war torn place. In All I Want For Christmas Is You, yes, Patrick has been overseas, and he had his struggles, but this book about is about how Samantha has come back from war is having trouble adjusting.
Their daughter Natalie wants them back together as a family and wants her mom to be happy. She is who is determined to make this work even when her parents have either given up or accepted that this was how it was now.
Such a touching story! It’s perfect for a quick read, sitting by a window as the snow comes down (though it hasn’t come down much in Iowa yet, not complaining) and you are taking a little break from whatever holiday madness you need to do.
Thank you so much for my copy of All I Want For Christmas.
4 stars and I would definitely read more of Jessica’s books! ...more
You know those books that are so easy to get lost in right from the first page? Play Of Light is one of them.
I opened the book up, started reading, anYou know those books that are so easy to get lost in right from the first page? Play Of Light is one of them.
I opened the book up, started reading, and was completely engrossed. I had the luxury of once of being home completely alone when I started it, by the time I looked at the clock, I was 71% of the way done. It felt like no time had passed at all.
The book goes back and forth between the past and the present as we learn what happened to Sarah and her family and about what Spencer has gone through.
Their history together is both beautiful and heartbreaking at the same time.
Bianca in her review on Amazon said this book is about “how love can destroy, consume, and overcome”.
I think those are the perfect words to describe this book and they were the words I couldn’t find as I was thinking back on what I had read. I hope she doesn’t mind that I quoted her in my own review.
It isn’t just romantic love that can do those things to us, it’s love for our families and our friends and Sarah wasn’t the only one who was destroyed by love for someone. We don’t get a lot of her time with her other family members, but we know just how deeply what Sarah has been through affected all of them. All of them need to heal in whatever way is best for them.
I loved Play Of Light. I adored the main characters: Spencer, Sarah, Riley, Colby. Everyone was so well written and though none of them were perfect, they were all extremely likable.
5 stars from me. I am so glad I received a copy of Play Of Light to read (thank you for that!). It was a beautiful journey! I look forward to reading more books from Debra Doxer! ...more
If you’re reading this on my blog, Not Everyone’s Mama, you’re reading the review of This Much Is True right after my review of The Truth About Air &If you’re reading this on my blog, Not Everyone’s Mama, you’re reading the review of This Much Is True right after my review of The Truth About Air & Water. There might be a little bit of repeating as I say you have to read both books in this series if you haven’t. One right after another. Do it like I did. You will not regret it at all.
I saw the cover for The Truth About Air & Water and HAD to read it. Though it’s technically a stand alone, I took the other reviewers’ advice and read This Much Is True first. I’m so glad I did.
In This Much Is True we meet Tally and Linc as they meet each other for the first time and then as they meet each other again.
From that moment this book will suck you in. I was right there with them, so excited, so hopeful, then life happens… or Tally happened. There’s a reason behind why Tally did what she did right at that first moment when she tells him her name, and it’s heartbreaking.
It doesn’t make it any less frustrating because I wanted Tally to have a bit of happiness in her heart after what she had gone through. It shall not be that simple though or we wouldn’t have this 400+ page amazing journey to go on.
I don’t even know what to say in the review for this one because I feel like if I say anything, I’ll give away things that aren’t in the blurb and I hate spoilers so much.
I will say this was heart wrenching and left me wanting to kick fate’s a$$ (and a few other characters). Some of the decisions that Tally made… I wouldn’t have made them, but she was doing what she thought was best. It was still so hard to read at one point as she is making one of the biggest decisions any one would ever have to make.
Both of them frustrated me beyond belief with how much focus they had on their careers. I guess I have never dedicated my entire life to something that would lead up to it being my career, but I did have a dream and my dream ended up changing as my life went forward. I don’t know if I could ever put my career ahead of love. That’s just who I am and that is why I was so easily frustrated by these two and the people they were listening to.
I’m going to end this before I give anything more away.
I loved This Much Is True and I loved The Truth About Air & Water. Katherine Owen is now on my favorite author list. I never want to miss a release of hers ever again.
5 stars! Thank you so much for my copy of This Much Is True! ...more
I have to start this review out with the cover. How stunning is that? That right there is what made me want to read this book. I hadn’t read This MuchI have to start this review out with the cover. How stunning is that? That right there is what made me want to read this book. I hadn’t read This Much Is True yet, I just knew I had to read this book.
I did start with This Much Is True and moved straight into The Truth About Air & Water, back to back in about a day and a half. That’s 431 pages + 390 pages in less than 2 days. I devoured both books. It was one of those “not now children, mommy is reading, there’s peanut butter in the cupboard, have at it moments”. (I didn’t really do that, but oh the temptation to not move at all until both books were complete.)
I’m going to say the same thing that a lot of other reviewers are saying, though this can be read as a stand alone, you want the first book. You want to read how Linc and Tally met in This Much Is True, how their story began, and what brought them to this point.
Then move to The Truth About Air & Water and prepare to have your heart ripped out all over again throughout their journey.
This was an absolutely amazing read from beginning to end. I was frustrated, I was angry, I was hopefully, I was heartbroken, I was hopeful again. I wanted to kick a couple of fictional characters’ behinds. <—Wouldn’t that be nice? To be able to reach through the pages (or the screen in my case) and strangle a character who is not being very helpful at all to main couple.
It was up and down and gah! I couldn’t get enough.
Then it was over.
And I wanted to reread them both because I wasn’t ready to leave this world yet.
I’m going to some time. I’m going to reread these because I loved them that much.
Incredible journey through both books.
I’m so glad I saw that cover.
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I think I am turning into an MC Club book addict. I see a motorcycle on the cover and ooooh I must read that!
That is how I ended up with Beautiful OutI think I am turning into an MC Club book addict. I see a motorcycle on the cover and ooooh I must read that!
That is how I ended up with Beautiful Outlaw in my greedy little book reading fingers.
I really enjoyed this. I liked our main characters, though how Bowie fell for Laura/Shay was a wee bit creepy I thought. Though I guess I dated one guy because he saw me with my brother and liked me, not quite the same thing, but de-creeps it for me a bit when I can relate it to my own life somehow.
What Laura has been through is another example of giving me the heebie jeebies. She married a man to save her mother and that man turned her into his dead wife, surgeries and all to get her there. Can you imagine living with that? The last thing he required of her, she couldn’t do and she ran.
Her brother got her to Bowie and Bowie took her to his family’s house where she could be safe. (I loved his “mom” and sister. Good people.)
I wish Laura/Shay would have had a little more ballsiness (spell check is telling me that isn’t a word and I don’t care) when it came to Bowie. When he told her she was window dressing in a certain situation, the way he talked to her during that whole conversation, I would have walked away, swaying my hips, saying look what you aren’t having any of (possibly after I punched him the nose). Then there were other times when these two were perfect together.
I think this has potential to be a great series, I’m interested to see whose story is up next. I can think of quite a few of the MC club members I would like to read about next.
Thank you so much for my copy of Beautiful Outlaw!
4 stars cuz whether I was a fan of how Bowie treated her at all times, I was still completely engrossed in the story. ...more
I need to sit down and read all of these. There are so many authors I love in here and more that I want to read and try. For this review I read ValanI need to sit down and read all of these. There are so many authors I love in here and more that I want to read and try. For this review I read Valan Playboys by Scarlett Dawn.
Scarlett Dawn is one of my must read people on my favorite author list. I jump on every book she puts out and love the worlds she takes us into. Valan Playboys was no exception.
I loved all the characters in this book especially King Jerome and King Balar who both give Lana a run for her money. Lana is a wild child who until now has never been around other people who have powers similar to hers, she doesn’t even know what she is. She likes to drink hard and enjoy her solitude.
There is some serious hot stuff going on in here. I think my eyes got bigger and bigger the more I got into one particular scene. As George Takei would say oh my! :)
I did not expect this to go where it did with the two kings and now I want more. I mean, it ended. She didn’t leave us hanging. She left us craving more of this group of supernatural peeps. I want a whole new series built around them. Chop chop. Just kidding. (Not really.)
Loved it and cannot wait to get into the other stories as well.
Thank you so much for my copy of Taming The Alpha!
I went straight from Incandescent into Affliction with no break in between. Yes, it is that kind of series. Finish one, pick up the other, pray for quI went straight from Incandescent into Affliction with no break in between. Yes, it is that kind of series. Finish one, pick up the other, pray for quick release for the next.
In Incandescent we met Holly and Sy through Nix and Kadence. We knew there was something going on between them but didn’t get a clue as to what it was until near the end of the first book. Even then we didn’t know what Holly was going to do.
This line right here describes the Sy we first met perfectly.
“F***, this man is dangerous with his bad-boy attitude, his sexy as hell dirty mouth and his ability to take me on the highest of highs in less than a minute.”
Then we get to really know Sy. There is so much underneath hard exterior. Sy has been through hell and back, lived a nightmare that no one should have to live. There’s a reason behind his anger, his silence, his stay away attitude.
I think I loved Sy even more than I loved Nix. I say that now until I start reminiscing about Nix while I write my review for Incandescent.
I really liked Holly too. I enjoyed her as Kadence’s best friend in the first book but now we get to know her, watch her work through her recovery and her loss.
These two are just perfect for each other. Sy and his attitude and Holly with her sarcasm, she plays off him of him perfectly.
I hope the next book comes soon! I haven’t peeked ahead to see if she has told whose book it is going to be, but as much as I was hoping it would be Jesse’s at first, I’m now hoping it’s Beau’s. There’s something building there and I want to read it like yesterday.
Loved this book! Love the series! River is going on my cannot miss a book, favorite author list.
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