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  • action packed and an emotional rollercoaster

    Cain is the first book of the Death stalker’s 2nd generation series. This story is short, fast paced and action packed. I read this book in one sitting and was satisfied throughout. I found the writing style easy to follow, the characters likeable and the storyline enjoyable. From page one of this story my heart ached for Emma. She was a single mother that had just got her life on track. She had a job, a home and food on the table for her little girl. When someone enters her life, she finds herself living in fear. In order to protect her child, she had to go through something horrific more than once. Cain is the sergeant at arms of the death stalker MC. He wasn’t looking for love. He had seen his neighbour and her little girl around but didn’t really know her. That all changed in an instant. He soon became Emma and Amy’s protector. The chemistry between Cain and Emma was clear to see. I loved that Emma instantly accepted Cain. Despite what she had been through, she let Cain in. She trusted him with her protection and with her little girl. The danger in this story had me on the edge of my seat. I was gripped throughout. I really liked the ending/epilogue of this story. I liked that Cain was so caring and he and Emma accepted Lily instantly. The storyline for this book is easy to follow and an action packed read. I cannot wait for more books from this series.

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