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  • Jarrett

    How can you fight a demon that isn't an actual tangible person or thing? Addison Parker has a gift that's been passed down through the generations. But with the gift gives her a deeper look at a person than what is on the surface. After the death of her father Addison is having a harder time fighting her depression. So to escape her demon she travels around trying to find herself. What Addison never expected to find was a reason to live in Jarrett and a family to love her for who she was and not take advantage of her gift or money. Jarrett of all the brothers is probably the more sensitive and caring of all of them. He doesn't want anyone in his family to see him as a failure, so getting the computer company Slone handed over to him off the ground again is priority. Although he never expected to find his mate he's not against the idea of one, but wants to give Addison the chance to know who he is as well as him knowing her. Helping Addison fight her depression and prove that he only wants her for the woman she is will prove to be one of the most difficult things for this Emerson. I love that majority of Kathi's books have characters that have issues (physical or mental) that readers can relate to. Depression isn't a joke and can be very serious if you don't have anyone there to help you fight.

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  • definitely a page-turner

    'Jarrett' is book three in Kathi S. Barton's "Emerson Wolves" series and this one is a page-turner, to say the least. Addison, aka Addie, has been running from herself for the past five years. I love the description Ms. Barton has used to explain our heroine's depression by calling it her tea. Since tea is brewed in stages, Addie's bouts of depression have been described as being "deep in her tea". And that truly sums up the mood and personality of our heroine. She's had a dark path to walk between death and guilt that she just can't, nor really wants, to shake. Fortunately, or unfortunately depending on who is looking at the situation, Addie runs into Cash Emerson in the grocery store parking lot. Cash leaves knowing this woman is severely depressed and has the overwhelming need to watch over her and keep her safe. The true emotions dealing with her situation along with the good vs evil storyline kept this an interesting and exciting addition to the series.

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