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Guest Review: Tempted by Love by Jennifer Ryan

Posted October 3, 2018 by Jen in Reviews | 4 Comments

Guest Review: Tempted by Love by Jennifer RyanReviewer: Jen
Tempted by Love (Montana Heat, #3) by Jennifer Ryan
Series: Montana Heat #3
Publisher: Avon
Publication Date: August 21, 2018
Format: eARC
Source: Edelweiss
Point-of-View: Alternating Third
Genres: Romantic Suspense
Pages: 400
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She was this Montana Man’s greatest temptation . . .

Alina Cooke—little sister of his two best friends—is the last woman DEA agent Jay Bennett should be waking up next to on the day of her brother’s wedding. But their powerful attraction ignited a powder keg of desire, and their once simple friendship has just become impossibly complicated.

Alina’s always been steady, focused, and lived on the safe side of life. Jay is totally devoted to his dangerous job. She knows a future with him will be filled with worry that one day he won’t come home. She’s done it with her brothers. She’s not sure she can face that uncertainty with the man she loves. Yet being in his arms is a bad idea they keep repeating, again and again.

When Alina is run off the road, Jay fears his job has made her a target. But the threat in Alina’s life is closer than they think. As the enemy gets more ruthless, Alina proves she’s no easy target and Jay will do anything to bring them down. Because surviving and being together is the only thing that matters.

Alina Cooke is the sister of the previous heroes of the series. She’s a pharmacist, not involved in the scary, larger-than-life world of her DEA agent brothers. When she and DEA agent Jay Bennett have a drunken hook up at a wedding, Alina is pretty sure Jay and his dangerous lifestyle is not what she needs. But soon there is danger surrounding Alina too, and she and Jay have to figure out why, as well as whether they both can handle all that comes with letting another person into your heart.

I have sort of mixed feelings about this series, and this book was no exception. On the one hand, there is a lot of action. With some small exceptions in this book, no one acts too stupid or reckless. The love between Alina and Jay was so, so sweet, and while I am sure it will come across as overly saccharine to some, I enjoyed the dynamic of their relationship for the most part. I also really liked seeing Jay doing his job and interacting with his colleagues. They have good camaraderie and it was fun to read. I thought the plot was interesting, and while there is no mystery the action keeps things exciting.

The relationship between Alina and Jay does move VERY fast, however. I perhaps could have gotten over that if they had been closer before, but the book makes it very clear that while they’ve known each other a while they’ve never really talked much or had much to do with each other. So for them to go from “getting to know you” to “this feels life-changing” in mere moments seemed excessive. Couple that with a lot of overwrought descriptions of how wonderful the other person makes them feel and how momentous their interactions were in every second together and it got a bit ridiculous. In addition, there wasn’t much keeping them apart other than their own hang-ups. They easily could have gotten together forever after only a fraction of the book, but of course, there was still 10 lbs of plot to resolve at that point. There was also no reason, other than to draw out the story, that Alina and Jay wouldn’t have figured out the villain’s plan earlier. There were many clues and suspicious happenings, and each time they are brushed away with barely a thought. Alina is brilliant and Jay is a hyper-suspicious DEA agent–there is no way all these mounting clues would have escaped at least their notice. It was contrived.

I liked these characters and I’m pretty interested in the larger story arcs that were continued in this book. Even if this series isn’t my favorite, I plan to read the next book.

Grade: 3 out of 5

Montana Heat


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Sunday Spotlight: Montana Heat: True to You by Jennifer Ryan

Posted February 25, 2018 by Rowena in Features, Giveaways | 4 Comments

Sunday Spotlight is a feature we began in 2016. This year we’re spotlighting our favorite books, old and new. We’ll be raving about the books we love and being total fangirls. You’ve been warned. 🙂

Sunday Spotlight

True to You is the second book in the Montana Heat series by Jennifer Ryan and it promises to be another awesome story so we’re thrilled to be spotlighting the book today. I’m more than a little anxious to check out the romance between King and Cara.

Sunday Spotlight: Montana Heat: True to You by Jennifer RyanTrue to You (Montana Heat #2) by Jennifer Ryan
Series: Montana Heat #2
Also in this series: Tempted by Love (Montana Heat, #3)
Publisher: Harper Collins, Avon
Publication Date: February 27th 2018
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Westerns
Pages: 384
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A Montana Man risks everything for the woman he loves . . .

Undercover DEA Special Agent Dawson King spent five months in a Montana prison establishing a fake identity to take down a ruthless drug dealer and put him behind bars. Except there’s a wild card . . . the killer’s beloved daughter. Cara Potter may appear to be on the right side of the law, but King has learned the hard way to trust no one—even someone as tantalizing as the coffee shop owner. She’s irresistible . . . but is she also dangerous?

From the moment he enters her life, King makes Cara . . . nervous. The handsome drifter says he wants to get his life together . . . but there is something about him that doesn’t quite ring true. Cara wants to believe in him, yet she holds back despite the way he awakens dormant dreams and leaves her breathless with his sexy smile, steamy kisses, his every touch.

When the explosive truth comes out and she’s betrayed by the ones she loves, Cara must decide—can she trust her heart, or should she listen to her head?

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“Flash,” Cara called out a moment before she stood in the bathroom doorway.

He dried his hands on a towel and turned to her. “Hey there. How was your hike?”

Her gaze swept up him and settled on his face and messed up hair. After chopping wood and rushing through the forest with her, he needed a shower. And a shave, since he’d skipped that this morning after spending most of the night out checking local abandoned warehouses to see if Iceman was using them as storage. He had yet to track down Iceman’s headquarters despite following several of his guys from the coffee shop on multiple occasions, when he could get away at the end of a shift without being noticed.

“Um, fine. I, uh, wanted to talk to you.”

“Well, that’s something new.”

Nervous energy made her shift from one foot to the other. Her gaze dropped to the floor before it came back up and settled on his chest. He’d never seen her this unsure and out of sorts.

He stepped closer to her, concerned something might actually be wrong. Maybe something happened out in that cabin with the old man.

If he hurt her, he’d kill the bastard. “Cara? You okay?”

She reached out to place her hand on his chest, but pulled it back at the last second. Every fiber of his being woke up having her this close, but the thought of her touching him sent a bolt of heat sweeping through his system.

Before she stepped back, he grabbed her hand and held it in his.

“What is it, Cara?” He really had no idea how to read her odd behavior. She didn’t try to pull free, but gripped his hand in hers and stared down at it, testing the feel of his skin against hers.

“Are you, uh, happy here?”

Her unexpected inquiry caught him off guard. Her indifference to anything except him doing his job made it clear she didn’t care one bit about him. If he hadn’t seen the way she looked at him this morning, he’d have never guessed he got to her on some level.

“It’s a hell of a lot better than where I stayed the last few months. Why? Ready to get rid of me?”

She shook her head, still staring at their joined hands. Hers gripped his tighter. “No. Um.”

He touched his fingertip to the underside of her chin and made her tilt her head back and look at him. Her eyes filled with uncertainty. “Talk to me, Cara.” To reassure her, he squeezed her hand back.

“I’m not Tandy.”

He swept his gaze from her pale hair, over her beautiful face, down her sweet curves, and back up to her gorgeous blue eyes intent on him. “No, you’re not.”

“What does that mean?”

He wanted to tell her how beautiful he found her, but held back the words the way he held back touching her soft cheek to ease the tension out of her.

Confused by the direction she took away from him being happy here and her touching him, which made him think she wanted him for a split second before reason overtook hormones and he reminded himself she was off-limits. “You tell me.”

“She throws herself at you all the time.”

“She does that to just about every good-looking guy who walks through the door.”

“Exactly. She’s fun. She likes to go out with men, enjoy their company, and move on.”

He tilted his head and studied her. “And you’re not like her.” Cara wasn’t the love-them-and-leave-them type. He didn’t need her to say it to know it. So why this strange conversation? Why hold onto him but make him think she wanted to be left alone, too? “Look, if you’re warning me away again—”


That stopped him in his mental tracks. Maybe instead of always wanting him to back off she wanted him to come closer?

Her grip tightened on him, but her gaze darted away, then came back filled with a shyness he’d never seen in her. “I thought that maybe…if you were—”

“Cara.” The sharp voice startled her, but the immediate surprise that widened her eyes vanished and turned to cold fury.

Engrossed in each other, neither of them heard the car pull into the drive or Iceman walk into the barn. He stood in the entry, staring at them, his eyes sharp and intense on Flash.

“What’s going on here?” Iceman’s gaze dropped to their joined hands.

Cara pulled her hand free, lost the uncertainty in her eyes, and turned to glare at her father. “What are you doing here?”

Iceman held up an envelope. The sight of it made Cara tense and her hands ball into fists.

“You could have left that at the shop. You know I don’t want you coming here. All you do is bring trouble. If the cops are following you, and they probably are, it won’t be long before they’re serving search warrants for this place looking for that shit you run. How many times do I have to tell you to stay away?”

“The cops didn’t follow me.” He held up the envelope. “This is for you. I wanted to be sure you got it. That’s the deal. And I’m your father. I wanted to see you and make sure you’re okay.” Iceman stared past Cara and pinned Flash in his angry gaze.

“You don’t give a shit if I’m okay. And I don’t want that damn envelope.”

Flash couldn’t keep quiet anymore. He wanted to know what the hell was going on here. Pissed they got interrupted, he wanted even more to know what Cara had been about to say to him a minute ago. Before Iceman interrupted the moment they shared. Maybe it was a good thing they got interrupted because his mind took a turn to Dream Town where Cara was asking if there could be something between them. He shook off that thought because there could never be anything between them. Not when he was here to take down the man standing in front of them.

“What the hell is going on? Why is he paying you off?” It wasn’t such a reach to see the envelope had to be stuffed with money.

Cara didn’t look at him, but kept her gaze locked on Iceman. “He’s not paying me off. The Castillo cartel is.”

Those honest and bold words made Flash’s heart thrash in his chest.

What the hell? What did Cara have to do with the Castillo cartel? “Why?”

“Go ahead, tell him,” she dared Iceman.

“Let it go,” Iceman ordered, though the look in his eyes said he hadn’t let it go and felt guilty as hell about it. Whatever it was.

Cara turned to Flash, hate and anger in her eyes. “You want to know why I’m such a cold bitch?”

He didn’t answer the rhetorical question. He wouldn’t describe her that way in the first place. Guarded. Scared. Sad. Lonely. All those things applied, but not cold. She cared. Deeply. About Tim, Tandy, Ray, the shop, her customers, this place. Even him. Why else would she ask if he was happy here? She wouldn’t go out of her way to make this place feel like such a comfortable home if she didn’t care. He wouldn’t mind living there even if it wasn’t part of his job.

She just didn’t want anyone to see how much she cared because she didn’t want anyone to use it against her.

Cara waved her hand toward her father. “You know who he is, what he does, the kind of life he leads. It’s all about the money, moving the product, but more than anything it’s about his reputation. You can’t let your rivals think you’re weak or they’ll take what you have and kill you. So you can’t care about anyone but yourself.”

Iceman’s mouth pinched into a thin line. “Cara, that’s not fair.”

“Fair! Nothing in my life has ever been fair. You neglected me and mom. You left us and never looked back.”

“To keep you out of my world and safe.” Iceman’s words lacked the conviction expected to add punch to them. Instead, Iceman said the words like he’d said them a hundred times in an argument they’d repeated until the going round and round sapped both of them to the point the words held no meaning at all because no one believed them anymore and nothing got solved.

Cara held her disfigured hand up. “Out of your world? Safe? So long as you are who you are, I’m never safe. They’ll use me to get to you.”

“Because of who I am, you are protected.”

“Right,” she scoffed. “Because everyone knows how dangerous you can be. When you want to be. Except you left me there. You didn’t lift a finger to help me. And I lost mine.” She rubbed her fingers over the scars where her pinky used to be.

Iceman raked his fingers through his white hair, frustration pulling his brows together and narrowing his eyes. “If you’d give me chance—”

“I gave you plenty of chances. But I’m not a little girl anymore. I see you for who and what you are now. Destroyer of lives. Mom’s. Mine. Everyone you sell that crap to. You turned your back on your family for another one.”

Iceman planted his hands on his hips and sighed out his frustration. “I was in this life long before I met your mother. Once you’re in, Cara, there is no out.”

“We both know that’s the life you want. You love it. The power. The money. The game. Leave the envelope on the table.” She notched her chin to the table between them. A world of hurt and anger separated them even more. “Go play with other people’s lives and stay out of mine.

Montana Heat

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About the Author

Jennifer Ryan


Jennifer Ryan, New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of The Hunted and McBrides Series, writes romantic suspense and contemporary small-town romances.

Jennifer lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with her husband and three children. When she isn’t writing a book, she’s reading one. Her obsession with both is often revealed in the state of her home, and how late dinner is to the table. When she finally leaves those fictional worlds, you’ll find her in the garden, playing in the dirt and daydreaming about people who live only in her head, until she puts them on paper.

Please visit her website at www.jennifer-ryan.com for information about upcoming releases.

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Guest Review: The Right Bride by Jennifer Ryan

Posted May 14, 2013 by Book Binge Guest Blogger in Reviews | 0 Comments

Judith’s review of The Right Bride (The Hunted #3) by Jennifer Ryan 

High-powered businessman Cameron Shaw doesn’t believe in love—until he falls head over heels for beautiful, passionate, and intensely private Martina. She’s perfect in so many ways, immediately bonding with his little girl. Martina could be his future bride and a delightful stepmother … if only Cameron weren’t blinded by his belief that Shelly, the gold-digging woman he’s promised to marry, is pregnant with his child.

No matter how much his friends protest his upcoming marriage to Shelly, Cameron knows he has a duty to his children, so he’s determined to see it through.

Will he find out in time that Shelly’s lying and Marti’s the one who’s actually carrying his child? It’ll come down to the day of his wedding. After choosing Shelly over Marti at every turn, will he convince Marti she’s his world and the only woman he wants?

He’s wealthy and powerful, at the top of his game and in the peak of his prowess as a man, yet he is lonely and always on the look-out for a woman who is a dead ringer for his dead wife.  Well, much to his detriment, he finds her but soon learns she is nothing like his dead wife on the inside.  Just as he gets ready to jettison her from his life, she announces she is pregnant, as much to rope him into marriage and give her access to his millions, as to cover up the discovery of her bulimia.  Cameron Shaw is a tough negotiator and known throughout the international business community as a man who can hold his own.  But in the face of Shelley’s announcement, he reverts into this silly, insecure, unreasonable, less-than-thoughtful man who lets her get away with anything.  He’s essentially led around by the nose and won’t believe any of his friends when they point out that fact.

Enter Marti, a woman who is a world-class artist in her own right, a popular children’s author, and one of the directors of her own international business enterprise, but Cameron only knows her as simply Marti.  His daughter loves her, states clearly and loudly that she wants Marti as a mother, but Cameron just seems to have gone deaf.  And this three-way struggle:  Marti’s love and desire to be a part of Cameron and Emma’s life and how that crashes into Shelley’s golden dreams of wealth, power and position plus Cameron’s seeming inability to see truth about either of these women is at the core of this story.  It is a story that winds its way all the way through the novel and each time one of these characters crashes into the other it appears to become even more hopeless.  Emma, the five-year-old daughter is caught in the middle.

Here’s my problem:  on the one hand I am saying to myself, “Can’t Cameron simply take Shelley in hand and force her to pee on a pregnancy test stick?  Wouldn’t it seem to be the first question anyone would ask in today’s world?  Yet Cameron seems content to take Shelly’s word for everything.  On the other hand, it is evident that Cameron is being chased around by a whole household of demons, at least emotionally speaking.   There’s his mother’s refusal to tell him his father’s identity.  He battles anger over an incomplete family structure all the time.  There’s the guilt over his wife’s death, as if by getting her pregnant he killed her.  There’s the guilt over raising Emma in an incomplete family, something he is hoping to remedy with the woman who claims to be pregnant with his child.  So is he one of “the Hunted Ones?”  It would seems he is not only “hunted” but haunted as well..

I don’t like it when really intelligent people act like they are brain dead, and I really get angry when good people perpetrate unbelievable hurt on others for some pretty silly reasons.  Yet in this book the reader will see lots of that and unfortunately fiction/art imitates life.  So on the one hand I get really angry and impatient with Cameron for his thoughtless actions and words, but on the other hand, I know that he is being eaten alive by his old angers and guilt.  And all in all, maybe that’s the point of the novel.  In the end, do we often perpetrate so much hurt against those we care about thoughtlessly by letting our insecurities drive us down life’s path?  It’s worth considering.  Many will become tired of Cameron’s wavering loyalties, his stubborn choices and hurtful way of handling issues as well as the people in his world.  But again it begs the question of whether or not this fictional situation resembles reality far more often than we suppose.

Jennifer Ryan is a darn good writer and reading her work is a pleasure.  This story bothered me a lot, but I give it a 4 out of 5 rating because I think it poses some important questions and forced me to consider how my thoughtless actions and words can bring so much pain in the lives of those important to me.  It’s a book well worth reading.  But it isn’t fluff nor is it an easy story to process.

I give it a rating of 4 out of 5.

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Review: The Right Bride by Jennifer Ryan

Posted May 3, 2013 by Tracy in Reviews | 2 Comments

Publisher: Avon, Harper Collins

High-powered businessman Cameron Shaw doesn’t believe in love—until he falls head over heels for beautiful, passionate, and intensely private Martina. She’s perfect in so many ways, immediately bonding with his little girl. Martina could be his future bride and a delightful stepmother … if only Cameron weren’t blinded by his belief that Shelly, the gold-digging woman he’s promised to marry, is pregnant with his child.

No matter how much his friends protest his upcoming marriage to Shelly, Cameron knows he has a duty to his children, so he’s determined to see it through.

Will he find out in time that Shelly’s lying and Marti’s the one who’s actually carrying his child? It’ll come down to the day of his wedding. After choosing Shelly over Marti at every turn, will he convince Marti she’s his world and the only woman he wants?

Cameron Shaw knows that he needs to find a woman to be a mother to his 5 year old daughter but quite frankly none of the women he meets really floats his boat. That is until he meets Shelly in the bar of his building and since she looks SO much like his dead wife he immediately is drawn to her. Unfortunately Cameron realizes that the resemblance is only skin deep and when Shelly and his daughter Emma don’t get along he’s ready to break it off with her. Shelly’s not completely stupid and realizes the relationship’s tanking so she makes up a pregnancy to keep Cameron by her side.

Cameron is not only raising Emma by himself but he himself was also raised without his father. His mother was wonderful and loved him to pieces but it just didn’t make up for the lack of a father. Cameron is convinced that the only way to be a good father is to marry Shelly so that the unborn child, as well as Emma, can have a full family – even though he knows he doesn’t love Shelly at all. He’s completely A-OK with his decision until he meets Marti.

Marti is a woman that is amazing – Cameron can tell that from moment one. His daughter loves her and feels comfortable with her immediately. She is kind, giving and all that is good. He loves her almost immediately and she falls in love with him but he’s committed to Shelly and nothing will make him break up his soon-to-be family – even love.

I’m not sure where to start with this review. On the one hand I gotta give it to Jennifer Ryan for writing an intriguing story – because it really was. I couldn’t put it down because I HAD to know what happened. The problem was that I felt like I was watching an accident happen and I just couldn’t peel my eyes away. Let me explain…

Cameron – I can understand where he’s coming from because he’s quite desperate for a family. He, however, completely acts like an ass to Marti through most of the book. I had a hard time with their “love” as it was almost love at first sight. Yes, they got to know each other somewhat but the pure emotion that they each displayed after hardly talking to each other was a bit surprising. I went with it because I thought that they would continue to get to know each other – and they did, to a point. Cameron, despite his complete love for Marti treated her like dirt for almost the entire book – when he wasn’t sleeping with her. He so obviously loved her and wanted to be with her but he wouldn’t break it off with Shelly – even though Marti and all of her friends were telling him that they ALL believed that Shelly was lying about the pregnancy. Shelly lied about so much in this book and Cameron believed her every time. I wanted to crawl into my ereader and slap the man silly!

Marti was a woman who had been alone for many years. She had taken care of her dying grandfather and then her dying grandmother (they had raised her) and then spent a year at sea. She really had no friends so I could kind of see how she would get attached to Cameron so easily but then when he kept treating her so badly she kept hanging on. She wasn’t quiet and shy about it though. She got in his face and told the truth about her feelings and what she thought about Shelly and STILL Cameron wouldn’t give in. By this time in the book I honestly wasn’t sure that I wanted Marti to get together with Cameron because he didn’t deserve her.

Now there were extenuating circumstances to the way that Cameron was acting but I still felt he could have handled things differently. He really pushed my buttons and acted in a way that I thought was probably not the norm for him. In the end things worked out and everyone was happy but for me it wasn’t the satisfied HEA that I really wanted. Yes there was an HEA but I wanted Marti to give him a harder time because of his actions. That didn’t happen and he didn’t grovel enough for my liking but it worked out.

I really like Ryan’s writing and will continue to read her work but this one, while good, wasn’t great for me.

Rating: 3 out of 5

Jennifer Ryan

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Review: Lucky Like Us by Jennifer Ryan

Posted May 1, 2013 by Tracy in Reviews | 2 Comments

Publisher: Avon, Harper Collins

Bakery owner Elizabeth Hamilton’s quiet life is filled with sweet treats, good friends, and a loving family. But all of that is about to turn sour when an odd sound draws her outside. There’s a man lying unconscious in the street, a car speeding toward him. Without hesitation, she gets the man out of harm’s way before they’re run down.

Unwittingly, Elizabeth has put herself in the path of a serial murderer, and as the only one who can identify the FBI’s Silver Fox Killer, she’s ended up in the hospital with a target on her back.

All that stands between her and death is Special Agent Sam Turner. Against his better judgment, Sam gets emotionally involved, determined to take down the double threat against Elizabeth—an ex desperate to get her back, despite a restraining order, and a psychopath bent on silencing her before she can identify him.

They set a trap to catch the killer—putting Elizabeth in his hands, with Sam desperate to save her. If he’s lucky, he’ll get his man … and the girl.

FBI agent Sam Turner has a case that went terribly wrong. He goes to meet a contact and instead ends up being drugged and beaten by the killer they are after. Elizabeth Hamilton is at home when she hears sounds that sound like fireworks and goes to investigate. She sees a man lying in the street and goes to investigate. When a car comes for them she rolls them both under her Suburban to save their lives. Unfortunately the killer didn’t stop there and ends up almost killing both Sam and Elizabeth.

Elizabeth barely survives her gunshots and stabbing but she does survive. Elizabeth and Sam are put into the same room so that they can be under guard and during the time in the hospital Sam forms an attachment to Elizabeth. Yes, it started out as feeling responsible for the state she was currently in but once Elizabeth awakens it soon morphs into so much more. Assigned to her protection detail (from both the killer and a stalker that Elizabeth had) Sam and Elizabeth start a relationship that may or may not survive the threats that they are under.

I really liked this very different type of romance. There definitely wasn’t much of a “traditional” romance involved but I think that’s what I liked about it.

For Sam I think it was all about the guilt when he first started having feelings for Elizabeth and felt attached to her through the ordeal they had been through. Later though, after she woke up, he felt connected to her in a different way and his feelings grew from there. I loved that he felt so comfortable with her that he just rambled about his life getting all of those feelings out in the open. As an FBI agent he was really facing a major burnout because it was the only think in his life. Yes, he had his brother and sister and their families but they lived in a different state and he needed someone to come home to at night. I think Elizabeth filled those empty spaces he had inside and seeing the change in Sam was pretty great.

Elizabeth was an amazing woman. She was a business owner, fed the poor and needy and still did all the charity work that she had started before her business began. She came from a prominent San Francisco family so the social events that she had to go to were many and still she made time for helping the less fortunate. It was understandable that she had a ton of fear from not only the original nightmare but things that happened after that (I’m not giving you a spoiler, so stop asking!). She was very intuitive when it came to people and could read them quite well – including Sam. She was really good for him and I loved seeing them together.

Overall it was a very good book. I had kind of been in a mini reading slump and had picked up 4 or 5 books and then put them down after 3-5 chapters because nothing appealed to me. When I clicked on this book on my ereader I started reading and was completely engrossed from the first chapter – I love those kinds of books. The ones that grab my attention and won’t let go – this was definitely that type of book and I definitely recommend it.

Rating: 4 out of 5

Jennifer Ryan

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