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    Awesome first of series

    The main female character is not the usual and consequently is very interesting and refreshing. Great book and I am glad this book has touched on some really pertinent social issues.
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    Built

    This book pulls at the heart strings. I laughed, teared up, cheered on and understood both Zeb and Sayer in the battle to leave behind old emotional baggage. A heartwarming read with Hyde saying it as only the innocence of a child can
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    Another Book Boyfriend!

    Two things jumped out at me after reading Built. One...my only complaint about Built is that it had to end. Two...If all of the book boyfriends I have added to my list from Ms. Crownover's series were mine in real life, I would be one busy lady! I adored this book. I'm not sure you can get a more perfect man than Zeb. Not to say he is perfect, it's actually his flaws that complete the package! I loved how he was all in not just with Sayer, but with everything else in his life. I'm not going to give away what happens to him, but I will say it melted my heart and made me love this character more! It was Sayer that I wanted to strangle often. It was so sad that her father screwed her up so much that she couldn't see what a loving, caring, and wonderful person she really was. It was nice to see everyone not give up on her! This is a couple that you definitely want to root for! The Saints of Denver series is an offshoot of the Marked Men series. Some characters from that earlier series do make an appearance in this one. And if you have read Leveled some scenes in that will make more sense after reading this one as they take place around the same time. This is a series you definitely want to read. They just keep getting better and better. I just wish they came out faster and faster! In fact check out the excerpt below for a little taste of what you are in for!
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    Built

    Great characters. Great story. Thank you to the author for writing this story, can't wait for the next book in the series.
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    Everyone needs a Mr. Fix It!

    Rating: 4.5/5 So it took me ten days to read it and it wasn't because this book wasn't good, but because I had to read it on my laptop since I didn't have any other way to read it and I couldn't read as often as I wanted to. Believe me, it killed me when I was at work and I just wanted to get home and read it. I'm really grateful for the chance that I got to get to have my hands on this book before its release date and I hope my review will reflect it. So where do I start with this review? There are so many things to say and yet, I feel like the words aren’t enough to express what I feel about this book, but I have to start somewhere, so let’s start with the characters. A few years ago, guys who resemble Zeb wouldn’t have been the kind of guys that would attract me in general, but now, I rather find them attractive and I wanted a Zeb for me. His personality just made you melt whenever you read his point of view. It was nice to read more about what happened to him and how it reflected in his life. He is such a family man and the way he loves Sayer will make you swoon from the beginning to the end. Now Sayer. What do I say about her? I really wanted to hit her from time to time for being so clueless about just how awesome she was. It wasn’t because she was trying to get pity or compliments, but because she actually believed she wasn’t worth the love of a good man and it hurt me to see her like this, but in this book, you see how she grows into being the woman she really is and you can just be happy to read about her journey. This pairing is probably one of my favourites in all of Jay’s worlds combined. Even if their worlds are different, they come together beautifully. It’s not a pairing like the bad boy/good girl that many people would come to believe if they only judged by the way the both look, but they are both such good people that it was only a matter of time before they found one another. I’m really happy that Jay made this spin-off because there were quite a few characters that I hope we’ll get to read about in the next books. Jay has created a world where you just want to be part of and I’m happy that she continues their journey. And if you miss your Marked men, Jay does bring them into this book too. Yes, they are not the main focus, but we do get to see where their story is at now.
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