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    Kyle and Violet

    Each book in this series of standalone stories seems to get better and better. I'll be honest and admit that I wasn't sure I'd enjoy Kyle's story. He hasn't been my favorite in the past couple of books, mostly because he just hasn't been nice. I did like Violet and felt for her, especially as she started to open up more and more. With that in mind I went into this book with an open mind and was completely thrown off and intrigued from chapter 1. We see a side of Kyle that we've never seen before and we finally get to learn what made him the man he is today. He's broken and don't think he's repairable. But that all changes, and for the better. We also get a better understanding of Violet and what makes her tick. My heart was with her this whole time and I loved that not only did we get to know her better but we also got to see her finally happy, truly happy. There was only one thing I wasn't so sure about in this book and that was Mel. She asked to go to the bathroom and she was laid off and she was upset and then she comes strolling back happy as a clam? And then the next day Kyle's keys are missing? I think we missed something that, or at least I did. I wouldn't mind a better understanding (no not a Mel book as she was just weird, but a conclusion to her crazy). Either way, I enjoyed this book and am looking forward to Lance's story.
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    Do not read this book!! At least not yet...

    One of the things I love about Kobo is that you find so many books for free and you end up knowing authors that you never heard of., and this is one of those. I love the way she writes. But if you are to put a free book out there don't put a book that is n. 4 in the series. Yes it can be a stand alone but the characters are so many and you end up confused. There's the Dogs, with wifes, Flora, Mary, Dax, Doc, etc etc.... That is why I recommend to buy the first 3 books first ( there is a set for sale at a really good price) . About this book, I love it, so glad to have strong female characters, and the friendship between these guys, I'm so jealous, I wish I had friends like them. Really good book.
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    good story

    kept me involved in the lives of the people in this story
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    Great

    Great read really enjoyed the story.
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    Married: Kyle and Violet

    Loved the whole story, what a great range of emotions Tess was able to convey. This series really is a fabulous testament to family, real amd adopted!
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