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    Suspense and second chance romance

    Having met Stone in a previous book in this series, I was excited about reading his story. It wasn't at all as I thought it would be and because of my own squeamish nature and aversion to violence, I did find this novel difficult to read. Despite his extreme introversion, it is good to know that Stone has friends in his corner who are willing to protect him through thick and thin and to watch his back. However, when he comes face to face with Bowie, all the anger of his past comes back to haunt him. He initially turns his back on Bowie, but when she lets him know that she needs his help, he cannot refuse her. There are moments of humour in this book as well as the resurfacing of old pain. Lies and betrayal abound as well as surprising explanations. On the whole, the book is well written with suspense and the reigniting of romance. I did find that it came to a rather abrupt ending and would have liked some of the loose ends tied up. Although this book is part of a series, it is nevertheless a stand-alone and can be read as such. I received a copy of this book as a gift and this is my honest and voluntary review.
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    Face paced world of Fight Club

    This book is the second book in the Bad Boys of Willow Valley series. Stone Patino is a former fighter turned mechanic/ car restorer. Bowie Blake is a former reality tv star, spoiled rich girl and heiress. They were once an item, and deeply in love, until an unfortunate turn of events and a beating from an opponent and his hired thugs before a match, ended all of that. Fast forward ten years...Stone has moved to the quiet idyllic Willow Valley and has put that life behind him, or at least thought he had until he runs into Bowie at his father’s gym. The night that he has worked so hard to forget comes rushing back and becomes the focus of revenge and savior at the same time. This book starts with the back story , and turns very exciting, very quickly. If you are a fan of Fight Club you will enjoy this book. It has drama, angst, lots of side characters that add much to the story. , It also has plenty of steamy love scenes. I very much enjoyed seeing into a world that I know very little about. The reason that I gave it only four stars is that I felt that the ending wasn’t complete. I wanted to know what happened when the police came and what happened to the villain , it felt unfinished. Perhaps it will be part of another character’s book, I hope so. I do look forward to Slate and Susan having a story, and Hawk and a girl that can stabilize him, and perhaps even Reed coming out of his recovery and finding someone. I recommend this book, this author knows how to write really good stories! I can’t wait for the next.

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