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  • *5 Stars for Clay Maxwell*

    Struck from the Record is the latest installment in The Record series by K.A. Linde, one of my favorite authors of the decade! I fell in love with the Maxwell family in the first three novels, based around Clay Maxwell’s older brother Brady. In Struck from the Record we finally get Clay’s story. We were given bits and pieces of him in the first three, but you will never truly understand his soul until you read this book! This book was packed full of emotions I never thought I’d have for Clay, and as I read Clay and Andrea’s story I was given a new perspective into this cocky playboy. And fell in love! In this book we get more backstory to the history of Clay and Andrea, two characters we know little about. Clay and Andrea have had a relationship for over 10 years and that relationship has been pretty open to do what they each please. Until one of them changes the game and it throws the whole game for a spin. There is not much I can put into a review without giving away more of the plot, which I feel like if you love this series, you deserve to uncover for yourself. I can tell you it was very emotional at times, yet so full of angst and lots of heart. The character development Kyla brings to these two characters is astonishing once again. I love that we also get so much of Brady and Liz throughout, as well as a glimpse into what Savannah’s story (the next book) will be about. There were several parts of this book I went back too and read again as they were just so well written and placed that they deserved to be fully understood (Chapter 29-Epilogue). I can’t wait for this book to release and to be able to FINALLY chat with fellow K.A. Linde fans about this wonderful story I’m sure they will fall in love with just as much! Kyla has packed so much angst, filled these characters with so much emotion, and in doing so, she truly managed to put Clay in competition with his brother Brady for my pick for favorite Maxwell! This story can be read as a standalone book, but there is so much from the past characters mixed in that it truly is best if you read the first three and experience Brady & Liz first so when you see them in this book it’s just adds even more of a conclusion to their story.

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  • Bad Boy Maxwell

    I was a huge fan of the Record series and fell in love with the love story of college reporter Liz Dougherty and ambitious, charismatic Brady Maxwell. I was intrigued by the entire Mawell family and especially with middle son, Clay. What was his story? What was the deal with his relationship between Clay and his seemingly indifferent girlfriend, Andrea. Well, this book definitely delves into all of that and Clay Maxwell gave Brady a run for his money with the swoon worthy things he did. He's so bad, but you can't help but love him. I also really loved seeing the relationship between Clay and Andrea. For years, they have had an open relationship and it has always worked for the, because the both understood the rules. Something happens though that skews both of their ways of thinking and the reader is taken on a ride of emotions. Absolutely loved this book! Cannot wait for Savannah's story!

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