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Wild Card by Lora Leigh
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This is, by far, Lora's best book. The emotion is so palpable, I felt as if I was living the book. My heart literally sank at the pain Sabella was going through and my skin tingled whenever she felt that unwanted pull to touch Noah. I love Noah's character the best. I love how he never forgot who he was. This proven by the words which he used to identity himself to his brother and the vow of love he whispers at his unknowing wife. The best part about it, is how Noah's family is involved. From the very beginning, we are told that this irish family is close nit and that connection is proven in the book. Its not overexagerated either, its very realistic. The way Rory watched out for his "dead" brother's wife as well as how Jordan, the badass, softens and checks in on her when he can. Out of all the books I have, this is the one I have re-read the most. I can never get tired of it.
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