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    Badd Luck, I Need More, 5 Stars

    Badd Luck by the incredible talented author Jasinda Wilder is the fifth book in the Badd Brothers Series. Badd Luck can easily be read as a standalone, there are only a few cross-overs. But I recommend to read this wonderful series in order. Badd Luck is a twins book. There are for one the Badd twins Canaan and Corin. They´re 20 year old famous rock stars and now back in Ketchikan, Alaska, to honor their father´s last wish and will. And for two, there are Tate and Aerie Kingsley. They´re 20 year old very successful and sought after models. Both are tired and burned out. After the last incident they decide on to take a leave of absence and hide in Ketchikan. They all grew up together in Alaska and held contact over the years. And now they´re back together. But the now they´re all grown up and there is crazy crazy chemistry between Cori and Tate. And these two are the main characters in Badd Luck. Yes, they all are young, but the lived a very fast life, a life that let them grew up fast too. But nothing is easy for them and the lines are blurred sometimes. I started redaing Badd Luck and was hooked from page one. I read the book in one sitting ( who needs sleep), I couldn´t put it down. I had to know what happens to the characters. This story has it all—tension, angst, suspense and heartbreak. I've smiled, laughed, cried and was angry at some point. It is not often I feel so connected to the characters, but Jasinda Wilder has accomplished just that. I love the story, the characters and the words. I could feel the characters emotions in the words. I recommend Badd Luck and wish I could give more than 5 stars. Thak you, Jasinda Wilder !
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