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Great build-up for suspense!

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5 out of 5 stars
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5 out of 5 stars
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5 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 2021-03-14

Eagle and Taylor certainly brought the suspense to the romantic suspense! I was on the edge, waiting for the next thing to happen to Taylor as the book continued, getting more and more anxious for her as every incident. Even with Eagle with her, you knew the badness was looming, and there was no surprise when it hit. But that was part of the story, because the other part was the wonderfulness of Taylor and Eagle falling in love, and Taylor finding what she always felt was missing in her life. The understanding from everyone of Taylor’s disability, along with her own realizations, was great to read. The friends to lovers that Taylor and Eagle took with their relationship was beautiful to see. The bond between the crew at Silverstone was even more apparent with this story; The love between the former Delta Force brothers even more solid. Great narration with an awesome story had me glued to my earbuds <3

The Favor and More Than Everything

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5 out of 5 stars
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5 out of 5 stars
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5 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 2021-01-10

The Favor
I admit that I am biased about the unfinished heroes, they were my first love, and will always hold a special place in my heart. This check-in with Cassie and Deacon was EVERYTHING!!!! So much love, more, always growing, you feel it as you read their story, you know it will be forever. A little glimpse into the everyday life they have built, but still the wildness and craziness that is them <3

More Than Everything
Molly, Diesel, and Maddox first came to my attention in Chaos’ Free. Then I had to go read The Greatest Risk, and I fell for them completely. I knew I needed to know how they went from where they were in TGR to Free, and this story filled me in completely. So hot, so sexy, so many emotions! I cried for them, I cringed for them, I squirmed with them, I laughed with them. Being with this trio as they fight for their relationship, not from outside forces, but from the effects the outside influence has on one of them, making him doubt his worth and place, it was heartbreaking and heart mending all at once. What it did do, how it did work, that made the bond all the more strong, nearly impenetrable, for them all!

Hard to review

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4 out of 5 stars
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5 out of 5 stars
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4 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 2021-01-03

This is a hard book to review, in that I liked it, but it felt like more than one book, and I liked some way more than others. The book I loved the most was the story of Stellan and Sixx’s romance. Take away everything else and leave just the parts of the story where these two interact, and it is dynamite, compelling , painful, sweet, and romantic. Next favourite part is Sixx’s jobs and all the things she does for them. Definitely action packed and intriguing. When Sixx is in Domme mode, that is super hot, super sexy, and completely drew me in. That woman knows how to work subs, get excited by working subs, or subs being worked, and she owns every scene she is in when it is happening. I was honesty a bit bored during the BDSM scenes between Stellan and Sixx. They were good, all the elements were there, but they went on too long for me, and while the connection was there between them, everything felt too scripted. Overall, I was happy with the book and the stories

Healing together

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4 out of 5 stars
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5 out of 5 stars
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4 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 2020-12-19

Who doesn’t love a damaged hero, and in this book, we get a severely damaged hero and a slightly damaged heroine. We also get a smoking hot connection and some scenes that are seriously awesome. Not just hot, almost, really, like art, that is the beauty and the symmetry of these two when they connected, whether as Domme and sub or woman and man. Branch’s trauma isn’t slight, it runs deep for good reasons, and those reasons mess with his self-worth. Being with him as he realizes his worth, and how much he truly has people was wonderful. It also gave us the slight suspense part of the story. Evangeline never doubted her worth, she doubted her instincts, and took a break. Small steps to return to her life, and her connection with Branch, clarified so many things for her, it too was great to see. I completely enjoyed these two and their story, and all the friends they brought with them as they found their HEA <3

Full circle!

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5 out of 5 stars
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5 out of 5 stars
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5 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 2020-12-16

Wow, I am awestruck at how amazingly this book tied up, linked together, and pulled apart, all the interwoven stories that have been building in the Chaos world since Motorcycle Man. Seriously, this book was a beast, but it had a lot to do, and it did it all so beautifully, I was glued to it until it was done. At the heart of it all, well, the heart is always Tack, that’s a given, but for this story, that eighteen year old boy who kept playing the same song on repeat in his dad’s basement, he’s all grown up, and Rush get’s his HEA. He stays true to his name, and luckily, his girl is there with him, because one glance, and then one meeting, and these two were all in! Their story played true and straight, and while the world disintegrated, and family issues, good and bad, played out, they had each other. And they needed each other. Bad guys got their due, good people were done bad, relationships were repaired, and others irrevocably damaged, but in the end, the boys in Chaos and their ole ladies rode through it all and into the that bright, shiny, sunset, together and free <3

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Best second chance at love ever!

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5 out of 5 stars
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5 out of 5 stars
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5 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 2020-12-12

Oh this book made me cry, made me sob, and had me tearing up in so many ways. All the myriad of emotions, Hound and Keely had them, and they brought me right along with them. And it was amazing, it was awesome, and I loved every single second, every single moment, all the words, all the feelings. These two characters, their family, their friends, they had me hooked from the start, they took me on that ride with them, and I hung on tight and rode it with them. Loved, loved, loved, loved this book so much <3

A rough start and end, but magic inbetween!

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5 out of 5 stars
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5 out of 5 stars
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5 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 2020-12-11

Rosalie and Snapper are my kind of people! I love it when introverts are featured in a book, and not in an agoraphobic kind of way. This story started off rough, and living that with Rosalie wasn’t easy, and you hurt with her. This story ended ominously, and living that with Snapper was extremely difficult and a pulse racer. In-between those two events, we have two people who fell in love, but at the wrong times. We had two people so used to holding back, that when they were finally able to let go, it overflowed and overwhelmed them in the best ways. We had two people who settled into their perfect world, with each other, and matched each other perfectly. Rosalie and Snapper weren’t about the loud, in your face, or flamboyant, they were quiet, steady, solid, and wonderfully suited for each other. Loved them for their imperfections and their perfections <3

Timing is everything!

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5 out of 5 stars
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5 out of 5 stars
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5 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 2020-12-09

I wasn’t sure what to expect when I started this book, I had been told it was a tear-jerker, and I braced myself for that. Maybe because I was braced, or maybe because I saw the beauty and not only the pain, but while I teared up a few times, no ugly crying happened. Mille and High are a second chance for the ages. Still so in love, still so connected, the years melted away when they saw each other again. It was rocky and hard, shards cutting and emotions out-of-control at first, but when it all came down to it, what they felt for each other won over everything else. Still not an easy path, but as they weaved their lives back together, the timing was right now. It might have been right before, but it was really, really, right now. We also got to see more of the Chaos story being moved along, Tack, Hound, and the ole ladies, plus Elvira, meddling, helping, hurting, and healing, as well as planning for the future, all in their own ways. I didn’t know what to expect from High and Millie, but they worked their way into my heart, and I am happy to hold them there!

A beautiful life indeed!

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5 out of 5 stars
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5 out of 5 stars
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5 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 2020-12-02

I made a horrible mistake when I started this audiobook, I planned to listen to it over a couple of weeks. It took me three days, would have taken me two, but I life things that had to happen. To say I loved Joker and Carissa would be an understatement. To say watching them fall in love had me in happy tears more times than I could count was accurate. To say watching the people around them, the family they each built separately and together made me smile in crazy happiness would be true. To say I cheered as old friends surrounded and loved and helped them and made me giddy at their appearance would be correct. To say I loved Tack even more with every appearance he makes, and especially in this epilogue, and my heart swelled as he did so good by Joker would be exact. I have had this book for years, I have seen these characters in other books, and now that I know their story, the lives they lived before, apart, and now together, to say I am kicking myself for not having this story before now, that would be truthful. But I now have them, I have their story, and I love them immensely now, that’s the most beautiful thing in the world <3

Disappointing

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2 out of 5 stars
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2 out of 5 stars
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2 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 2020-11-29

I was ready to quit the audiobook almost as soon as I started, the male narrator’s accent for the male character was completely distracting. The female narrator was the same, but I pushed through and decided to focus on the story, which had potential. Then by the fourth chapter I realized the main female character was TSTL because of how she was dealing with a pretty major problem. After that, I skimmed, listening to the first two or three minutes of each chapter, and finally the final two chapters. That is why it is two stars and not one, because I did want to see how the potential part of the story I liked ended up, and that part didn’t suck