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    I loved Emma!

    Ride Dirty was a great read and I really loved watching Caine find acceptance and seeing Emma support him every step of the way. I wish it was longer because I didn’t want to leave these two. While mostly a contemporary, the circumstances under which our hero and heroine meet is related to a stalker that Emma has. That being said, it’s mostly a book about their developing romance and Caine’s journey to open up and stop blaming himself for things that happened in his past. We see a little bit of the Raven Riders, in particular Dare and I wish we could have seen more of them, knowing this was the last in the series. Emma was one of the best heroines I’ve read in a while and I admire and respect her so much. She’s so compassionate toward Caine’s past and so open to accepting all parts of him. Caine struggles to share pieces of his past, but Emma is always there to listen and support his revelations. Every year at Christmas, Emma gives money to a charity and when she asks Caine to help her pick one that scene about killed me. It was so beautiful and emotional and when Caine reveals his bisexulaity, Emma is there to comfort and accept him every step of the way. She never judges and is always open. Caine himself has been mostly in the background throughout the series but now that we had him front and center I really liked him. I felt so much for his past and upbringing and I wanted to spend the whole book holding him close and making everything better. Though a loner, Caine is very serious about protecting those who can’t and he refuses to let anything happen to Emma. He’s never done relationships before but he can’t stay away and once things start to get intense he goes in full throttle. Caine is a man who really knows how to love his woman. I would be remiss if I didn’t at least mention how on fire Emma and Caine were and their chemistry about set my kindle on fire. Caine likes things rough and dirty and Emma realizes she can finally let out the desires she’s never expressed before. Together, they each find something they’ve never had before and though things move very quickly, I believed their love from the beginning.

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