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    Loved it!

    Susan did it again! I love her writing, she tells a story in such a way that you believe these characters truly exist. You feel their hurt, experience the highs of their life and cheer them on as you become a part of their life. :-)
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    a much sweeter read, but still awesome!

    Independent review for Archaeolibrarian I was gifted my copy of this book. Jax sees himself as damaged goods. A beating by his step brother followed by acid in his face, left him with facial scars and bad eyeseight. But Dare sees an angel. HIS angel. He sees the real Jax underneath. And Dare wants to show Jax just how good it feels to be loved. This is book 7 in the Men of London series. You don't NEED to have read them all before this one, but you should at least read book 4, Feat of Clay. Because we first meet Jax there, at 17, (he's 18 here, turning 19) and Tate and Clay play a huge part here. Tate and Clay have a huge influence on Jax, and you need to see where that came from. The others don't even come up in passing! And because Jax in young, and I don't much care for younger main characters (mostly why I avoid young adult books!) I was worried I wouldn't like it but I had to at least try. I need not have worried. Why it works so well, for me, is BECAUSE Jax is young! Yeah, I know! Go figure because I can't! It's a much lighter read than previous books, Jax' attack aside, and a much sweeter read too, those disgusting sounding sweets from the shop Dare works aside too! Jax has never been with a man, with anyone really, and he desperately wants Dare. Dare keeps going slow, and Jax is super frustrated by it! But once Dare releases Jax from his...innocence, all bets are off! But the scenes between Jax and Dare as they grow into their relationship, as the learn about each others minds and bodies are so deliciously sweet! So very well written. Oh, don't get me wrong, it has heat and passion and emotions off the page, its just so much...lighter than the other books. really Loved it! I would have liked them to take that final step, but fully understand why that maybe, just maybe, it wasn't right for them. I wrote this review out and put 4.5 stars in the corner. I usually stick with that, but upon typing it up, I can't see a single reason why I shouldn't give it the full 5 stars! **same worded review will appear on Goodreads, Amazon.co.uk, Amazon.com, Barnes and Noble and Kobo, upon release**
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    It was okay

    Damaged Good is very slow moving melodrama with plenty of angst. In conclusion : I don't hate it but I don't like it as much as other books of the series. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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    Brilliant addition

    Jax and Dare were wonderful characters. Their story was a beautiful romance despite the pain Jax suffered, I really loved seeing them together. The well-written characters and lovely story made this another engaging addition to the series. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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    Great Addition to series

    I am reading through the Men of London books and I have said it before but I will say it again. I am continually amazed by how different these books are from each other. Too often authors books tend to start to seem alike after a few in a series but these books don’t. I love following these guys and getting glimpses of them in subsequent books. Another great read. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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