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    Hatd to come by.

    Book 3 in an amazing story in a series all about retired soldiers getting Honor and records corrected having been hung out to dry by the Army. These Special Forces guys one by one meet their special lady. Love stories at there best.
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    Hard to Come By

    Brutal at times, fast paced and not knowing where or when the Next blow is coming from. Smilie and Derek find a strong love that will survive but not without tragedy. Must read final book to see how it ends.
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    I Loved Marz!

    Every time I think this series can’t get better, it does. A lot of the research the team has been doing comes to a head in this book and it was filled with lots of surprising information and boy am I looking forward to the next one! I loved, loved, loved Marz and I was so happy to have his book. His humor and goofy jokes were great and since I personally love a funny guy, Marz was like the dream book boyfriend. Other romances I’ve read with characters who have prosthetic limbs, are usually just going through the adjustment and there’s a lot of, understandable, anger and frustration. Marz is past most of that and he’s learned to live with his amputation. There was also some mending fences between Marz and Beckett and that was great. You can tell that Beckett has a big squishy heart under his gruff exterior. Emilie was a wonderful heroine and a perfect match for Marz. They had such great chemistry in the book and I think they’ve tied Nick and Becca as my favorite Hard Ink couple. I felt that Laura Kaye did a phenomenal job of demonstrating how complicated family dynamics can be when someone you love has been inexplicably changed for the worst. Although you know Manny is the enemy, you can’t help but feel for what Emilie is going through as she finally accepts that the brother she knew is gone. One of the things I appreciated the most was how Emilie finding out about Marz’s investigation was handled. She is understandably upset that Marz has lied to her about who he is and that they met because he was looking for information about Manny. She’s not sure if she can forgive him but she also doesn’t take off and do something stupid, even knowing she in danger. Instead she stays and listens, and take the guys advice when they explain the danger she’s in and she works with them to find a way to locate Manny and get him help. She acts like the mature, adult, psychologist she’s supposed to be; so refreshing compared to other books I’ve come across. If you’ve read any of Kaye’s other series than you know she can really bring the tears when she wants and the end of this one is rough.
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