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    5 Wonderful Stars!!!

    I've been anticipating Mason and Bailey's story for a while. We knew from the other books that she's refused to commit to him, so in turn he refused to sleep with her anymore. I've been dying to know what her reasons were. I had all kinds of ideas, but none of them were correct. In Too Deep tells the story of Mason and Bailey from the beginning. We find out secrets that both of them have been keeping. I loved reading their story and finally getting my answers. Both of their stories as individuals and as friends went much deeper than I originally thought. Once again Ms. Ryan has written a wonderful story that I loved every second of. I hate to see the Blackhawk boys go, but I'm excited to see what Ms. Ryan writes next. I definitely recommend this book to everyone.
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    In Too Deep (The Blackhawk Boys, #5) by Lexi Ryan

    Lexi Ryan scores with IN TOO DEEP the fifth book in the Blackhawk Boys Series. I couldn’t wait to read this story. Mason Dahl and Bailey Green have been involved since the first book to the series. Their relationship is complicated, and there was so much more going on than what you gathered from the previous books. Mason and Baily got married in Las Vegas while at the bachelor/bachelorette party in book four, FALLING HARD. Now Mason has devised a plan to try to win Baily over for good, but he’s on a short timetable to convince her. This contemporary football romance is suitable for new adult and adult audiences. Lexi Ryan did an amazing job with her character development. Mason and Baily come from different means. Regardless they have many similarities and make a fantastic couple. They care about each other deeply. Mason and Baily try to protect each other in their own way. They both are very human and make mistakes. They have difficult obstacles to overcome and become stronger for it. The plot was clever and believable. Mason’s relationship with Gulf Gators NFL franchise owner, Bill McCombs, puts an interesting spin on the story. Mason’s ex-girlfriend, Lindy, also creates some compelling turbulence. It amazed me what a great guy Mason turned out to be with Christian Dahl as his father. It must have been his mother’s influence. We discover multiple life-changing secrets that both Mason and Baily have been keeping. I like that the story spans over four years, flashing back and forth in time. I love this series. Each book is extremely powerful. After reading every novel, I think there is no way that Lexi Ryan can match or top the previous story. She has amazing done so. If you follow the Blackhawk Boys series, you won’t want to miss this story. If you haven’t read this series, you could probably read this book as a standalone, but I think you would enjoy it more if you read the series in order. Every book is skillfully written and a worthwhile read. I voluntarily reviewed an advance reader copy of this book.
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    ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

    Where to begin... I have anxiously waited for Mason and Bailey's story since the beginning. You saw glimpses into them throughout this series, and you know going in that there is something in Bailey's past that holds her back. Their story brought so many emotions from all sides, not just Mason and Bailey's. You find closure in ways you didn't even think you needed until you read it. Just writing this review chokes me up. This book gave me such a hangover, it took quite a while before I could pick up another one. If I ever wanted to see a book turn into a movie, it would be Mason and Bailey's story (along with all the Blackhawk Boys). I don't want to give anything away, but Lexi gave us so much, and I absolutely LOVED this story!
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    Mason and Bailey - 5+++++ stars

    A Review of In Too Deep: The Blackhawk Boys, Book #5 by Lexi Ryan Mason and Bailey - 5+++++ stars O. M. Geeeee!! Ms. Ryan has definitely done it again! She has taken two characters that we've loved from the other books in this series and given life to them in such a way that they seem like people I would actually talk to and want to hang out with. We've known for quite a while that Bailey has secrets that are keeping her from giving herself totally to Mason, even though we know she is so in love with him. Now we learn that he had secrets as well and boy does my heart break for both of them. I think this may actually be my favorite story of the five guys and their ladies, but each of them hold a special place in my heart. Although they have grown and moved on from Blackhawk Hills University, my heart will always belong to a Blackhawk boy (or more)! I really hope this isn't the last we see of these wonderful characters, from the entire series. Gotta love that cover! Definitely worth the time to enjoy! One of the quotes in the book is “You say you want to be my friend,” he says, “but friends don’t lie to each other. They don’t hide their pasts.” --- I'm not sure I totally agree with that. I think that sometimes secrets have to be kept to protect the innocent and to be able to live with yourself, but I do think complete honesty and open communication is valuable for a committed relationship. **Honest review voluntarily provided from a Complimentary Copy**
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