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    Loved it....

    Will he ever find his son? Phenomenal - Must Read
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    Blood Vows

    Romantic suspense, thriller, love story. It’s got it all. A very good read with lots of personalities and drama that will turn your stomach but you won’t be able to stop reading.
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    Dallas and Kamren's story

    Three and a half stars. This is the turn of Dallas Mason. Formerly a hit man for The Collective he found out at the end of the last book that he has a son by Marla, his former handler. Kamren Garrett is pretty much living off grid, seeking the truth about her father's death even though her sister Rachelle and brother Cliff show no enthusiasm and are glad he's dead. Kamren might not be book smart, being dyslexic meant she dropped out of school really early, but she can hunt, track and shoot better than most other people. When Dallas comes into the Sip and Spin in Marvell he stirs up a hornets nest which puts Kamren front and centre in the sights of the local lowlifes, the Marvell Dogs. It's not clear if it's her investigations that get her followed and almost killed or Dallas' unwarranted interest, either way her only hope of survival is with The Arsenal. Dallas soon learns that his preconceptions about Kamren were incorrect, far from being a drug-addicted member of the Marvell Dogs she's a crack shot and unbelievably brave. Her skills could be the edge he needs to rescue his son from whoever is hiding him away. I liked this but I didn't love it. I didn't really think that the character of Kamren worked, she was supposed to be some kind of genius hunter, brought up almost entirely by her father, left school scarily early, living in her car and yet most of the time she spoke and acted just like all the other women in The Arsenal. Also, unlike in the other books, Dallas keeps trying to protect the little woman, which really irritated me because Kamren was more than capable of taking care of herself, although this was framed as Dallas having to learn not to try to protect her. This book did see some resolution of the issues with the nearby town of Marvell and Dallas' son so that was good but overall my least favourite of the series so far.

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