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    Ana and Deacon's story is so amazing!!

    Deacon and Ana's story is fantastic. Keeping in line with the high levels of sexual tension and chemistry of their other books, Kit Rocha brings it with the second installment of the Gideon's Rider's series. I won't post spoilers (I was lucky to get a copy of the ARC and I'm not a total jerk), but I will say that when Ana's irresistible force meet's Gideon's immovable object (pun sorta intended) the result is a book you'll read in a single sitting!
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    BUT IT IS A GOOD HEAT!

    Ana is a second-generation Gideon’s Riders. And as the only female Rider, she feels pressure to be perfect. She doesn’t believe she is allowed to make mistakes. Mistakes like falling in love with your boss. But Ana and Deacon can’t help themselves (thank goodness for us readers). Ana and Deacon have been making eyes at each other for some time. Deacon is the leader of the Riders. He arrived in Sector One many years ago as a member of the Suicide Kings gang with the job of assassinating Gideon. Instead of killing Gideon, Deacon becomes head of the elite group of guards who protect the leader of Sector One. Now the Suicide Kings are back. It is the job of the Riders to figure out why and what to do about the new threat. There are multiple battles fought by the Riders. This is a high-action story. Laurel from Sector Three brings her fighting and sniper skills to assist Sector One. When Laurel is not kicking ass on the battlefield, she is making eyes at Gabe Montero. Doctor Kora (from Ashwin) is required to stitch up the guards on a regular basis. Good thing Kora has an ample supply of regen tech. I know this book is titled Deacon, but to me it is Ana’s story. I felt her responsibility to both the other Riders and to all the little girls who want to grow up to be just like Ana. But Ana doesn’t want to be just a warrior. She wants to live and love. And “...Gideon is tired of watching his Riders die for a peace they never got to enjoy.” Warning: you should have tissues handy for Chapter 25. Story -- 5 Stars I savored the writing in this book. Heat Level -- 5 Stars (it is a Kit Rocha book, after all) BUT IT IS A GOOD HEAT! Favorite quote: “Never trust a man who thinks he’s good and noble.”
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    Deacon rides strong

    When Kit Rocha came the end of Sector 4’s happily ever after’s, I placed my trust in them that the stories they would telling next would be equally if not more compelling. After reading Deacon, I know they are moving forward stronger than ever. This is the second book in Sector 1’s stories, which take place after the war. All the Sectors, including Eden, are in a state of rebuild, and in some cases rebirth. I feel Sector 1 is in the later. With Deacon’s story we not only see gender roles challenged, but overall roles challenged in a new world where anything seems possible. My one complaint is that I feel this is just as much if not more so Ana’s story, than Deacon’s, so my argument would be that the title would be “Ana & Deacon” and not just “Deacon”. I still loved the story, and see the potential for the other Riders in the series, breaking boundaries and kicking butt.
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    Returning to Sector 1 ❤️❤️❤️

    As the other Kit Rocha books, this one is a complete story centering around a couple, in this case Deacon - the leader of the riders and Ana the first and only female rider. With Eden in ruins, new enemies surfaces, secrets are reveiled and past sins are brought to the light. Even though the story of Ana and Deacon, comes to a conclusion in this book, there are ongoing storylines from earlier books. To get the fuld impact, I recommend starting at the beginning. And as each and every Kit Rocha book is freaking awesome, I would recommend that, even of there weren't an continuing storyline. As always Kit Rochas stories are busteling with fighting action and hawt somethin' somethin' action. I loved the second book in the Gideons Riders series and couldn't put it down. I absolutely recommend.
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    Love is never against the rules

    This may have been titled "Deacon", but it was just as much Ana's story as well. Oh how I loved Ana. She was a badass and I want to be like her when I grow up! :) This story was beautifully written. Two strong-willed people who have dedicated their lives to being a Rider, finding love with one another when they shouldn't -- not only is it against the rules, it's not smart in their line of work. The sparks that flew off them were obvious from the beginning. Deacon, the original Rider, has secrets that threaten all of the Riders, but tortured him the most. Ana, the first and only female Rider, has the weight of the world on her shoulders, fighting every day to live up to expectations she's placed upon herself. Their beginning was complicated and unsure. Both strong leaders very much aware of what is at stake by falling love. The chemistry and sultry vibes just oozed off of these two during their private times! Wow! And in the climax of the book, at the Suicide King's compound, I think I held my breath the entire time I was reading. The writing was so vivid, I could see everything perfectly in my mind. And sweet, badass Ana broke my heart and I practically sobbed along with her at her heartache and emotional "breakdown". To finally --finally!-- be able to shed some of the pain and emotions she'd been holding on to for years was so therapeutic for her (and me!). Such an gut wrenching scene. I LOVED this book! And I'm so thrilled to be experiencing life in Sector One. It's a much different feel than Sector Four. While Sector Four is about loving hard, fast, and without limits, Sector One seems more like a slow burn, about the emotional connection and intensity of it's people. The belief. The peace. The beauty of life. Can. not. wait. for the next one!!
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