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  • Cormac & Andi

    After reading Riordan (the first in the series) I knew this would be one of my favorite series! Andi Collins has had a rough life. One without love. But even after having such a hard life she never let it beat her. And when Cormac aka Mac tells her she's his mate she discovers a family's love that knows no bounds and protects each and every member. **"But the real reason that I want to marry you is that I want to commit to you. Show you no matter what, I belong to you and only you."** Cormac is more laid back than his brothers. But he no less protective of his mate and will do whatever necessary to protect her from those who would try to harm her.

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  • kept me riveted

    'Cormac' is the second book in Kathi S. Barton's "Harrison Ambush" series. I think, truthfully, this one is way more intense and in-depth than the first one. Talk about total opposites on the spectrum! Cormac, of course, grew up in a loving family with lots of support, just recently bought and moved into his new house, and has a job that helps people that he thoroughly enjoys. Andi isn't that fortunate. She and her older brother were raised by her father and his sister, their aunt since their mother had passed away. Neither of the adults should've been allowed around children, much less raising them. Verbally, mentally, and physically abused both Andi and her mentally disabled brother were petrified of the adults in their lives. The twists, turns, and pure evil in this storyline are balanced out with the love, loyalty, and chemistry only fated mates can have. I knew this series was going to be one that kept me riveted.

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