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Down & Dirty by Jeanne St. James
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it was amazing

The DAMC has taken the reader on a magnificent journey filled with laughter, tears of joy and sadness, anger at the characters and hard core desire. What began with Zak and Sophie seems only natural to end with Crow and Jazz. Crow has been a supporting character that we have learned a bit about along the way. He is the level headed advice giver yet the antagonist that has always been handsy with the club women. When Jazz is introduce in Hawk's book her story shows her strength and loyalty but emotionally rips you apart. Bringing these two characters together is perfect. They both suffer from events from their past and it seems only natural for them to help each other heal. In the typical fashion of a DAMC man, Crow just cannot see or accept what is right in front of his face. I am sad for the DAMC era to end, but look forward to see some of my favorite characters make an appearance in Jeanne's new Guts & Glory series. I voluntarily reviewed an advanced reader copy of this book.

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February 24, 2019 – Finished Reading
February 26, 2019 – Shelved

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