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    Another 5 ⭐️ read from Christy Reece!

    The story we’ve all been waiting for! I devour everything Christy Reece writes. My Kindle library has over a dozen of her books on it. When I received my ARC of AMOJ, to say I was thrilled was an understatement! I took my time reading it, savoring the story, hoping to make it last. Irelyn has always been a mystery to me. What makes her tic? Why is Grey so devoted to her? Does she deserve his devotion? Is she good, bad...or just complicated? Grey is just...Grey😊 He’s honorable, loyal, and as always amazing! We discover in AMOJ how the two meet, and the challenges they have faced together and apart, that have formed their, seemingly, unbreakable bond. As more of their history is revealed, I began to really worry... Will Irelyn and Grey finally have their HEA? Will they be able to overcome their very complex past and have a future together? Gosh, I hope so! I’m having a hard time not including spoilers in my review, but I will say secrets are revealed, and questions are answered, and the bad guy gets what he deserves! I recommend this book to anyone who enjoys exceptional writing, romance, swoon worthy heroes, and women. who...are complicated.
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    A Matter Of Justice

    As per usual this series lives up to the first book. This has so many twists and turns that it’s a wonder the writer keeps up with the characters but of course she does because of how good she is at putting entertainment on a page.
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    Tense read

    Another story that grabs you from the beginning to the end. You have your fingers crossed that Ireland and Grey will be able to rise above and find their way to each other. A tense suspenseful book I couldn’t put down until the end.
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    Justice!

    Where do I begin? The Grey Justice series has been an experience. From the very beginning, I have followed this enigmatic man and his growing group of trusted employees and friends. Every time I thought I had a piece of his puzzle figured out, another one would prove me wrong. I enjoyed learning bits and pieces over the first three books but I was absolutely ready for Grey and Irelyn’s story. And what a story! Christy Reece is phenomenal at creating characters that we identify with. She doesn’t try to conceal imperfections or cover up flaws with heroic deeds. She always gives us the good and the bad, the strengths and the weaknesses of everyone, even when it may skew our perceptions of them for a while. Irelyn was a mystery. We met her in the shadows, saw glimpses of her strength but didn’t really know how or why she was who she was. This is her story and it is not a disappointment. She is the ultimate survivor and I have never been more enthralled with finding the hidden facets of someone. Grey Justice is exactly who he claims to be. His past has shaped his present and his future is not a given. He is the hero, although most of the time the silent hero, for people who most need one. And Irelyn has been there through it all. But that doesn’t mean she always will be. Before Grey and Irelyn move forward, they have to settle the past. But when darkness and evil are so overwhelming, how do they find enough light to keep moving forward? This book, along with the three previous ones in the series ( Nothing to Lose, Whatever It Takes and Too Far Gone), are so much more than romantic suspense. This is the story of a man and a woman and a lifetime. It is the story of how life isn’t black and white, dark and light, yes and no. Life is all about the Grey. Everyone deserves justice. And sometimes, things may seem all wrong but on the other side of the mist, all is right with the world. You just have to get through the mist.
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    Truly a Matter of Justice!

    Over the course of the Grey Justice series, the intensity and mystery of the bond between Grey Justice and Irelyn Raine saturated the stories. It was clear the two had a long history together; hints of great emotion, deep pain and stormy passion were threaded throughout the pages. But nothing in those earlier books could have prepared for the journey through the past that illustrates how Grey and Irelyn came to be. It is an astonishing brutal yet amazingly uplifting story of survival, forgiveness and justice. Grey Justice has spent his lifetime seeking justice; his wealth, prestige and connections are just a means to achieve that end. Throughout, Irelyn Raine was part of his life yet not - seemingly lovers, but at times distant from one another. Living together, yet in separate rooms. As Grey’s bonds grew with the addition of friends and colleagues in the Grey Justice Group, he connection to Irelyn seemed to fray. She would leave him for a time, yet return. But in this book, she is leaving for good, saying goodbye to the life she has with Grey, and to Grey himself. Irelyn has a mission to complete, and nothing will stop her… This series was building up to this crescendo, with all focus on Grey and Irelyn. And nothing in the earlier books could have prepared the reader for their story. Nothing. Every adjective I can think of to describe Grey and Irelyn’s past just does not do it justice. The bond these two have and how it was developed has been brilliantly mapped out by Ms. Reece within a plot so engrossing, so suspenseful you cannot help but the turn pages until you reach the end. As Irelyn puts her plan, her mission, into play it is clear that Irelyn is Grey’s mission. I was riveted to the very end to see if they both could achieve their goals. This book was at times achingly poignant, with surprisingly lighter moments occurring at times you wouldn’t expect (no spoilers, but Grey’s question to Irelyn in middle of a gun fight? Priceless.) For me, this book is the perfect ending to the series. And that Epilogue? Just beautiful……*sigh*
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