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  • Redneck Romeo

    Great story, great series. !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  • So Good!!!

    Holy this book was good! That was my first thought when I finished and I was so, so, so happy!! I delayed forever reading the book because I didn't want rough riders to be done but I could delay no more and needed to know how it all ended. Despite concerns that other McKay's would take over the story, the focus on Dalton and Rory, with bits of Brandt and Tell, allayed all those thoughts. This story is all Dalton and all Rory, from the first line to the end. No big earth-shattering problems, because those had all happened already for these two, this was a straight-up, mature and compelling relationship building story. We knew Dalton was a troubled sort from earlier books and we got to see the demons he has been battling and the growth he has had. He makes some interesting points in the book, he is in the middle of the two generations of McKay's, he is 13 years younger than Cord and 13 years older than Kyler. Trouble is, he has been expected to be like the older McKay's all along, as if they all forget their actions when they were younger Rory was in her mother's book, and a whole lot spoiled and lost. She is still both those things, but she is also more mature now, but just a bit. Where Dalton has been soul-searching defining himself, Rory has been existing and this is her story of growth and Dalton's story of winning her over It is poignant in parts, laugh out loud in parts, and heart breaking in others. And, let us not forget the hotness abound, it is a McKay story after all, but it is also a fitting end to the love stories of the McKay's of that generation - they all have their loves and their lives in place, and how we enjoyed the journey with Colby, Carter, Cord, Kade, Trevor, Colt, Quinn, Cam, Keely, Kane, Brandt, Chase, Ben, Tell, Gavin and finally Dalton

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