Boy Shattered, Eli Easton

Boy Shattered by [Easton, Eli]

A tragedy beyond comprehension visits The Wall.  The survivors are left to wonder all the hard questions that don't really have answers.  For Brian Marshall, the old version of himself died and the new version is still just as afraid, but of more than just discovery.  The shooters weren't caught.  His lifeline both literally and figuratively was Landon, the proud and out gay boy in school he's always admired.  As they become closer while trying to make sense of the madness and grief they each find more: their calling, their fears, and love.  But if they can't find a way to reconcile it all they'll find themselves, and their relationship, in the crosshairs of an enemy that hasn't finished delivering their message.

While some of the side characters felt more like place-holders or just a side-note to fill in some gaps around the growing relationship between Brian and Landon and the surrounding drama, it was clear that we were meant to focus solely on those two things.  The political motivations and stances included in the story were there but I felt they were more of a tool rather than a statement for the author.  Not to say there weren't some clear statements in there, just that they were more used as a tool for the characters than a soapbox for the author.

As for the MC's themselves, I was drawn to Brian more than Landon.  Maybe because he had such pain inside and had a harder time dealing with it.  Maybe because of his evolution as an individual.  Mostly I think it's because of a combination of those two things with his drive to get answers, to make sense of what happened in order to bring justice.  Landon was a good partner for him, someone who could look beyond the facade and into who Brian is and is meant to become.  As for his advocacy, that was just kind of a part of his character.  We saw a lot of the results of his activism but not a lot of the steps in-between like we got with Brian's investigation.

Those poems.  Those poems!  Those poems hurt my soul!  Some a good pain, some not, but they each produced some kind of ache in me.  This is probably another reason I felt so strongly for Brian.  To have been the quintessential All-American boy but to have words like that coming from inside him was a wonderful surprise.

The who-dunnit was slightly surprising in a good way.  Meaning that I was glad it didn't play out exactly like I assumed it would after meeting all the characters.  I did think the whole resolution was a bit rushed and not just because of the urgency of the situation, but that there wasn't enough settling at the end for all the changes in various characters and everyone's interactions.  By the end there was hope for Brian and Landon's futures as individuals as well as a couple.  I do wish there had been more therapy as well as compromise or discussion between them regarding fears and goals and how they could meld them together to move forward.  But despite all that, I was moved by the story, the poems, and the characters' evolution.  Through tragedy they found one another, their career goals, and a true acceptance of self.

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Winter Rising: Coldharbour Chronicles Book 1, Richard Amos

Winter Rising: an Urban Fantasy Novel (Coldharbour Chronicles Book 1) by [Amos, Richard]

Grief and revenge go hand-in-hand for Jake Winter.  His world has gone from good chaos to bad chaos with no rest between.  When he has his moment of revenge so close to him it's quickly turned on its head and he follows a strange white-eyed man toward a destiny he never could have imagined.  As a weapon of the supernatural world meant to break a curse he's thrown head first, ass over tea-kettle into a world he never knew existed.  He finds allies and enemies in his new world and a mystery where he's the center and the turning-point, but there are more pieces to the puzzle to find before he can carry out his role.

Well.  I certainly wasn't expecting what we got.  I was so confused from the first page and that feeling never really went away.  While that was pretty annoying, I also found that I kind of grew to like it.  As if I were just as flummoxed as Jake at every step.  Despite that, I do wish that there were more given to the thinking things through, getting everything out in the open, making connections, and actually attempting to figure things out rather than reacting to everything thrown at them and being forced to find answers.

Jake was an interesting character with his very complicated past and personal motivations.  His reactions were a bit heavy on the "act first, think later" and it caused quite a few situations that should have been handled differently, but it added to his jumbled mess of a life which I found believable.  That the gift he was given didn't automatically make him a different person, fully in control of his emotions and reactions.

His guardians were compelling in different ways.  I really loved Naomi.  She was fierce, fun, smart, and loyal.  Greg was a comfortable presence as well as a strong ally.  Dean, though, has me on the fence, much like Jake.  Sure, he's hot and makes Jake's pulse race with his moody, broody ways and randomly affectionate moments, but it doesn't change the whole scene with the detective, the split-personality, and the fact that nothing moves beyond the weird moments for the two men.  I'm not really rooting for that non-relationship, to be honest.  Let's hope the rest of the series gives me something more there.

Overall the story was confusing as freak, interesting, and it drew me in despite my reluctance.  By the end I was totally won over with all the crazy.  I really, really want to read more...and soon!

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The Christmas Window, Melissa McClone

 The Christmas Window, Melissa McClone

 The Christmas Window, Melissa McClone
Release Date: October 18, 2018

A matchmaking aunt wants her nephew to find love under the mistletoe…

All doggy daycare owner Callie Andrews wants for Christmas is to win first prize this year. The annual window display competition is a huge event in Silver Falls, and she’s determined to showcase her success when her family visits her small town. It’s time for her parents and three older brothers to realize the “baby” of the family is thriving on her own.

The last thing Brandt Winslow wants to do is rehash the past, but returning home to Silver Falls means confronting the reason he left. His vacation, however, takes an unexpected turn when his well-meaning aunt meddles in his love life, and he finds himself caught up in her misguided efforts at matchmaking.

Despite their reluctance at being paired up, Callie and Brandt discover the holidays are full of surprises…and romance. But is the magic of Christmas strong enough to keep the couple together through the new year?

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With a degree in mechanical engineering from Stanford University, Melissa McClone worked for a major airline where she traveled the globe and met her husband. But analyzing jet engine performance couldn’t compete with her love of writing happily ever afters. She’s now a USA Today Bestselling author and has also been nominated for Romance Writers of America’s RITA® award. Melissa lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband, three children, two spoiled Norwegian Elkhounds and cats who think they rule the house. They do!

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Rivals: Gaymer Guys Book 1, Alison Hendricks

Rivals (Gaymer Guys Book 1) by [Hendricks, Alison]

Proving your worth is more than just doing your job.  For Finn it's giving all his time, talent, and focus to the Cyclones.  They're his family and being successful in the gaming world is what he's dedicated himself to.  But there's one big distraction: a hot yet annoyingly antagonistic rival.  Ryker, along with proving to his father that gaming is a legitimate career, is obsessed with Finn and his bids for attention become inflammatory more often than not.  Hooking up at a convention becomes more when they end up on the same team but nothing is ever that easy.  With something to lose on either side of the rivalry Finn and Ryker will have to focus on what's most important if they want success both on and offline.

It was really difficult to like Ryker in the beginning.  He was childish, arrogant, irritating, reactionary, and pessimistic.  He was also vulnerable, yearning for love, fun, and intelligent.  By taking a little while to see his better side we got to know all his facets really well and I couldn't help but feel for him.  There was a bit of him that needed to be loved, cared for, and carried before he could settle and meet his true potential.  As the story came to its conclusion it was clear that it wasn't just Finn that needed to be his home, it was the whole team and we got to see him really blossom.

Finn, on the other hand, was the most giving soul and I hoped so hard that he'd find the latitude necessary to achieve his life balance.  He gave all of himself and rarely stopped to fill his own reservoirs.  While I wasn't exactly thrilled that he was so easily distracted during the gaming situations, I wasn't too upset because it was honestly the first time he was so consumed by not just attraction, but hope for someone else that he was bound to need a longer adjustment period.  By the end he got his own version of settling as he and Ryker found love, family, friendship, and belonging.

Together they were crazy hot.  There were sparks all over the place, both the antagonistic kind as well as passionate.  I don't really feel their relationship got enough in the way of give and take though.  Ryker needed his hand held a lot so more time and attention was given to his evolution and it felt like Finn's was more of a byproduct of the situation instead of a driving force behind both of their goals.

It's also important to mention that the whole thing was heavy on the gaming terminology, world, and just about everything else you can imagine.  I was quite lost in the beginning until I accepted that there are just some things I wouldn't understand.  When I took the story as a whole rather than trying to grasp all the gaming stuff, I found that it was much easier to read.

With a slow start I was wary of how much I'd end up liking the story but both men and the concepts of family and forgiveness drove it deep, drove it home.  I was surprised to have enjoyed the story as much as I did.

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 Rivals: Gaymer Guys Book 1, Alison Hendricks

Dream: Rosewood Bay Book 4, Carly Phillips

Dream (Rosewood Bay Series Book 4) by [Phillips, Carly] 

When the past you were trying to protect turns out to be your son's handsome new teacher, it'll take a lot more than new-found attraction to sort through all the tangled feelings he inspires.  Andi made a mistake, a few of them, and she's determined to live life for herself to atone for those bad choices.  Her devotion is to her son first and her independence second.  There's nothing else on that list.  Kyle has other things in mind, but only if he can move beyond how badly Andi hurt him a decade earlier.  When Andi's biggest bad choice shows up and threatens their budding romance they'll both have to make concessions if they hope to weather the storm together and come out stronger on the other side.

This story really tackles a big issue and does so with aplomb.  In this relatively short novel all the biggest points of spousal abuse from the victim's perspective were included without making the entire story a mission statement of sorts.  Valid points and key thoughts and emotions those who've been abused think and feel were well-covered and portrayed.  It was subtle in its approach and the focus was kept on the path to healing, recovery, and love.  But most of all, it is the strength on the other side that was kept in the forefront of our minds as we watched Andi deal with her situation.

And when things really went down I wanted to cheer!  Andi did the smartest, bravest thing she could have possibly done.  I was so proud of her and the wisdom she employed rather than her stubborn insistence on independence and a misplaced sense of responsibility and accountability.  When Kyle chose to have her back it showed a different kind of bravery that I completely respected and admired.  To choose to support instead of suppress, it takes someone with immense love and faith to give in to the situation as it was presented.

Both of these characters were strong, forgiving, and eager to act on the chemistry that was absolutely palpable.  This was a riveting story full of healing, hope, love, and no small amount of sexy, dirty-talking steam.  An excellent addition to the Rosewood Bay series.

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Holding: Tripping Book 3, Ariel Bishop

Holding: MM Hockey Romance (Tripping Book 3) by [Bishop, Ariel]

Mikey and Tolly are roommates, d-partners, and besties.  From their first moment on ice they had flow and chemistry, but when Mikey is injured it throws them both for a loop.  Recovery is never quick and with Tolly always around to help it opens up feelings in both men they each thought they'd properly buried.  With tenderness and passion it's clear they have chemistry off the ice as well as on.  But when trade rumors start floating around there might be nothing either of them can do to stay together.

I've always got a soft spot for a "mother hen" personality from a tough guy.  When the marshmallow center starts oozing out I'm a goner.  This is definitely true in the case of Tolly.  He's got such a big heart and it shows in everything he does.  His care and concern are allowed to deepen to something wonderful when he and Mikey move to a more intimate arrangement with their friendship.  From there it's pretty much game over.  There's nothing that will stop his feelings or hopes for more.

Mikey, on the other hand, is more of a goof as well as a sullen, stubborn child when faced with interminable couch time.  It's understandable for sure, but his attitude lasts for most of the story and kind of grates on me after a while.  I do love his humor though, and it helps to loosen Tolly up considerably when he's in his more serious moments.

There's pretty much no angst in the story at all.  But I will say that it felt a bit juvenile.  It could have been their ages, but mostly it just came across as kind of a sexy YA story the way their thoughts and concerns were written.  Same for the interactions with the other players.

With "coming out" completely taken off the table with off-the-cuff remarks by both of them, the story was allowed to focus on the relationship moving from friends to lovers to more as well as the career aspect of Mikey's recovery.  Except it didn't really focus heavily on either of them.  Well, I guess that's not completely true.  Both of those things were the focus, but it felt mushed together and a bit scattered so neither aspect felt like it had a complete evolution.  Something in the beginning/middle was missing to make them stand out as something to draw and keep attention.  There was more focus given to the avoidance of trade talk and not enough depth regarding choices and consequences.

The flow of the story was actually quite nice.  I liked the parallel "flashbacks" that gave greater foundation, understanding, importance, and meaning to the more current events.  It gave the story a feeling of resolution despite being a shorter story.  Overall the characters were likable, their chemistry was great, and the sweetness of their interactions made it an enjoyable read.

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 Holding: Tripping Book 3, Ariel Bishop

Dark Rivers: Witchbane Book 2, Morgan Brice

The Witchbane series continues
with Seth and Evan.
Enemies of the past return...

One hundred years ago, a sheriff’s posse killed dark warlock Rhyfel Gremory, but his witch-disciples escaped, and their magic made them nearly immortal. To keep their power, each year one of the witch-disciples kills a descendant of one of the men in the posse, a twelve-year cycle that has cost dozens of lives, including that of Seth Tanner’s brother, Jesse.

Seth uncovers the cycle of ritual killings that feeds the power of the witch-disciples, and he's hell bent on getting vengeance for Jesse and stopping the murders. His fledgling romantic relationship with Evan Malone complicates his mission, but Seth can’t walk away. Seth and Evan are learning to navigate their partnership—as lovers and monster hunters—while they chase the next witch-disciple and avoid attracting the wrong kind of attention.

When the hunt takes Seth and Evan to Pittsburgh on the trail of the next killer, they’ll have to save the intended victim and take down the powerful witch. If the skills they possess and the bond between them isn’t enough, the evil will remain unchallenged, and more people will die...

About Morgan... 

Morgan Brice is the romance pen name of bestselling author Gail Z. Martin. Morgan writes urban fantasy male/male paranormal romance, with plenty of action, adventure and supernatural thrills to go with the happily ever after. Gail writes epic fantasy and urban fantasy, and together with co-author hubby Larry N. Martin, steampunk and comedic horror, all of which have less romance, more explosions. Look for her other books—Witchbane, Burn (a Witchbane novella), and Badlands.

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Quick Reads and Quick Reviews 28

She's a Good Girl (Agents of DART Book 1) by [Bellina, Naomi] Dragon Night: A Dark Kings Novella by [Grant, Donna] Hottie Scotty and Mr. Porter by [Cooper, R.]

She's a Good Girl (Agents of DART Book 1) by [Bellina, Naomi]Trust issues abound here in this story.  Between the inter-agency animosity, Lily's history, Dillon's past, and everyone else involved it's difficult to see beyond the neon signs regarding trust and the lack of it to the romance or the case itself.  I feel that the case gets a bit lost and muddied when the relationship is in the driver's seat and when the case takes its turn the relationship gets obscured.  It's not the interplay that builds and enhances one another, rather it's a jockeying of position that gives neither their due.  Lily's insecurities drive her from the start and I don't think they really calmed or were soothed by the end.  The case itself seemed to be a bit of a throw-away, more so Lily had a way to meet Dillon and sort through her own issues rather than a way to showcase her strength and intelligence.  Overall the story wasn't bad, it was just not as well-rounded as I hoped.  3 stars.
 She's a Good Girl: Agents of DART Book 1, Naomi Bellina

Dragon Night: A Dark Kings Novella by [Grant, Donna]Dorian's hatred for humanity has kept him isolated in his mountain for millennia but an artifact's protections make it necessary for him to awaken.  Face to face with his anger and thirst for revenge, he'll have to learn control it or he might just lose the one being that could soothe his soul and grant his heart peace.  Alex's honesty and penchant for eschewing the attention her wealth brings really endeared her to me.  I felt she was genuine, forthright, strong-willed, and fierce once her heart made its decision.  She was also compassionate, empathetic, and endlessly feeling which allowed her to be the balm Dorian's soul needed.  Together they were wonderful, both passionate and intelligent.  Without reading any of the rest of the series I'd have to say that you wouldn't be completely lost, but there are so many relationships and connections and references that you'd be better off if you did.  As a standalone it was alright, but as a part of the Dark Kings series, it was fantastic.  4 stars.
 Dragon Night: Dragon Kings Novella, Donna Grant

Hottie Scotty and Mr. Porter by [Cooper, R.]Scotty is a shy, bumbling, nervous fireman with a huge crush.  The town's librarian is much more than the pitiful, wealthy widower the knitting group sees.  He and Scotty also have a little bit of history.  But Cole has made it clear that their one night together was all that was ever going to happen...or has he?  The machinations of the knitting circle are more frustrating than anything because they're all willfully blind to who these men really are.  They're busybodies of the highest order.  I liked Scotty's nervous rambling as well as his amazing thoughts.  When he's comfortable and relaxed he says the most beautiful things.  Cole's unfortunate habit of clamming up and making assumptions has caused misunderstandings and apprehension in Scott that was a bit frustrating.  Open honesty is needed all around, that's for sure.  The end is a little abrupt but it gives a great sense of hope and affection as well as quite a bit of heat.  I'd like to have had more, honestly, but as a short story it was sweet and worth the couple hours it took to read.  3 stars.
 Hottie Scotty & Mr. Porter, R. Cooper

Elemental Magick: The Donovan Coven Book 1, Jacki James

Elemental Magick (The Donovan Coven) by [James, Jacki]

A new witch that doesn't know he's a witch, an ancient book, a canny owl, and a seriously hot stranger; combined with beautifully described romantic connections, stunning visuals of magical abilities and battles, and an engaging cast?  I'm a seriously happy reader.

Aaron's mind and existence are firmly planted on the normal, non-magical ground.  His extreme insistence on the ridiculousness of the supernatural becomes quite comical when the results of his little foray into reading the grimoire prove him completely wrong.  While it wasn't really realistic for him to not freak out ever and to be so accepting of all the changes, people, and perceptions he grew up with, I pretty much didn't care.  He was adorable and took to magic like a duck to water.  With his cuteness and comfort in the trust he has for Malakai I was happy to read a story that suspended reality (beyond the whole magic and magical creatures thing...) and granted the MC's the ability to find their perfect person and move right into the happily part of the Happily Ever After.

Malakai was great with the honesty, the insistence that Aaron was the one for him.  His admiration of the witchling and his considerable power never crept into suspicion, fear, or jealousy.  Instead, he enfolded Aaron into his heart and his family right from the start.  I loved his honesty the most.  There were no secrets kept back as a source of relationship conflict to be addressed later, the focus of the conflict was kept firmly in the realm of the outside forces wanting the grimoire and the lengths they'd go to get it.

Because the focus was kept simple it allowed the characters, both good and not-so-good, to be introduced in a way that enhanced the story and gave it a few someones to build on as well as capturing our interest to continue the series.  Light, sweet, and definitely magical, this story was a fantastic start for a series and I loved the complete lack of angst, the idea of soul twins, and I'm absolutely invested in the Donovan coven and can't wait for early next year when book 2 comes out!

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 Elemental Magick: The Donovan Coven Book 1, Jacki James

Center of Gravity: Nook Island Book 1, Neve Wilder

Center of Gravity: Nook Island Book 1 by [Wilder, Neve]

We all wear masks.  For some it's being the life of the party to mask the pain or struggles inside.  For others it's a mask of indifference or pomposity covering the same things.  So it's prudent not to judge solely on those masks.  But also not to judge what we do to cope.  Rob and Alex are at odds in so many ways but they just might be exactly who the other person needs to break through their pain and to shed the masks.

Slow burn...much, much emphasis on the slow.  Well, maybe only in terms of romance.  When it comes down to attraction and sexual situations they've got an awkward club bathroom moment as their foundation and weekend hookups precariously stacked on top of that once they surrender to their chemistry.

I have mixed feelings about their evolution.  On the one hand it's wise to make them resolve so much of their individual angst before they create a life together based on hope, love, and a future rather than grief, fear, and frustration.  On the other, it takes so freaking long for them to wise up, admit who and what they want, and to go for it.  I would have loved something more in the way of getting together earlier to forge something deep based on sharing burdens and complete honesty as well as some grief counseling as individuals to work through the myriad of things felt during the grieving process.  I could definitely have done without the mentions of other partners.  Yes, in reality they weren't truly together when they were with others.  I'm just more the type to enjoy romantic ideals rather than reality most of the time.

So. Much. Angst.  But when they finally get to their "lay it on the table", there's so much heart packed into what they say that I'm blown away.  All their heartache, miscommunications, failings, frustrations, vulnerabilities, fears, hopes, yearnings, and tenderness coalesce into two freaking fantastic confessions.  This was a story fraught with reality, sadness, and love.  Despite my mixed feelings about what I typically look for in a romance novel and what I got, there's no denying that this was a moving story about love, loss, and picking up the pieces after it all.

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Demanding Discipline: Love & Care Book 3, Silvia Violet

Demanding Discipline (Love and Care Book 3) by [Violet, Silvia]

When does play become more, a facet of a happy life?  And how much would you be willing to change to make it permanent?  Sean is a little like a duck.  Feet furiously moving this way and that to stay afloat and facing the right direction.  When he gets a chance to play with a seriously hot SEAL at the club he occasionally enjoys it comes with the possibility of more strings than he's comfortable with.  His customary sass combines with his nervous pride and he ends up ruining a chance with the man that just might be his best partner.  But second chances happen, even for silly boys with more snark than sense.  Along the way he'll have to decide if those strings are the kind that strangle and chafe to the point of suffocation or if they guide and comfort all the way to stability and happiness.

I like that this story jumps right into Sean and Blake's scene.  When we left Avery and Graham in After the Weekend we got a glimpse into Sean's situation and then here we learn very quickly just how complicated Sean has made things.  There's a struggle for Sean to adult, or at least he thinks so.  He's got the basics down, but it's the discipline he lacks and we don't learn the reason until well into this story.  I would have liked for that to feel more conquered by the end.  We get a brief explanation for his actions but aside from his "epiphany of acceptance" near the end, it's not exactly resolved.

Now, it's not that I wanted more conflict or angst.  What I was hoping for was more like a coming-to-terms with his past, maybe a visit with the foundation of his scatter-brained behaviors...a true settling of circumstances, feelings, and decisions.

With Sean every step along the way (well, more like every step Sean allowed) was Blake.  Large, tough, commanding, tender, sweet, seriously hot.  From the very beginning it was Blake that saw more for Sean and for them together.  He's the ideal partner for everything that Sean is.  That he didn't want to tame him but rather give him confidence, discipline, and freedom, was the best.  So much tenderness framing every moment of punishment and pleasure.  Through Sean's observations and a few basic facts we come to know Blake as an individual.  But I have to say that I felt quite let down that I didn't get to know him better.  He's someone I could completely fall in love with but with so little about him I'm just left feeling approving rather than enamored.

Things are coming together for this little group of awesome.  Avery and Graham are sickeningly in love and happy, Sean and Blake are starting their own parallel journey, and now we've gotten some excellent glimpses into the drama and angst surrounding Wren and Leo.  The series name, Love and Care, is really apt for these couples.  It's not just about the kink, BDSM, or physical passions they share.  It's more about tools used in passion to guide and support life outside the bedroom.  I really enjoy this series and if I had any doubts that this follow-up would be a smooth addition, they've been cleanly wiped away.  Sean and Blake are both entertaining together as well as interesting as individuals.  Such a lovely, quick read full of heart and seriously hot steam.

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 Demanding Discipline: Love & Care Book 3, Silvia Violet

Kate: DiMarco Series Book 5, Jennifer Hanks

On October 26th, 2018 
Lucas DiMarco gets his chance to earn and protect the love and trust of a good woman...

 Kate: DiMarco Series Book 5, Jennifer Hanks
Release Date: October 26, 2018

Disappointment.  Rejection.  Loneliness.

Feelings that have been suffocating single mom Kate Miller for years. 

Moving to New Hope to raise her six-year-old son is supposed to be a fresh start, a way to put her past in the rear view mirror and focus on the road ahead. She isn’t looking for friendship or a relationship, especially with one very sexy detective who won’t stay out of her life or out of her mind.

No matter how hard she pushes him away.

Luke DiMarco is a man who’s faced his mortality.  After surviving a shooting, in which he was the target of revenge, he understands life is fleeting.  When Kate explodes into his world, showing him a glimpse of a future filled with all the things he craves, he makes the decision to grab a hold and not let go.

Even if it means sacrificing what he already has.

However, a darkness still surrounds the small town of New Hope and they will learn the only way to keep each other safe is to stand together.  Luke will need to show Kate that trust is not just a word, but given to the right person, a promise.

But is it a promise he can keep?

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Jennifer Hanks is the author of The Dimarco Series as well as The Elite Securities Series. Her stories are contemporary romance and romantic suspense, all with the underlying message of the power and strength in love. She’s also a sucker for a Happily-Ever-After. Her love of reading and books in general started at a very young age and has steadily grown into a love of writing as well. She admits to being addicted to all things romance and has no plans of quitting her habit. Jennifer lives in Pennsylvania with her two children. When she’s not reading or writing, she can be found with her kids at their various activities. Her house is frequently filled with any combination of her children’s friends, nieces, nephews and a variety of pets.

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