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    Stark

    I loved the caveman thoughts Stark had, “the hug was a good start, Snow. I find this very comforting.” She stepped closer and I had to suck in a breath to keep from dragging her to the floor and covering her up with my hungry body." I really liked this book, Stark had it all going on, good looks, and smarts.
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    Love boy genius!

    4.5☆ Dignity is by far my favorite point book! I love Stark and how he walks the line of light and dark. He wants to better the point and will do whatever he can to make that happen. Noe is the only person who can understand all of Stark. She is just as crafty and smart as him. They both have proved that your past won't define you. I love the way they fit, they are both very similar and it works. They are better together. I really like the drama of the point and enjoyed all of Starks strategic methods. I have always enjoyed the point, but I grew to really love it with this book. I have been dying to get Karsen and Booker since Bold and I can't wait for Respect!!!
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    DIGNITY is an automatic 5 star top read once again

    I have no idea how Jay Crownover manages to blow my mind with every new read. The Point is not a place known for happy endings. It's where bad guys go to get worse or get gone. Stark, AKA our Boy Genius, has been living the somewhat low life after signing his life away to the Devil in The Point. He's like his machines: cold, effortless, and efficient. Cross him, his boss, or his low set of morals and he can wipe your existence from the electronic earth. Little does he know that a little thief has come in the night to steal away the hard wires he hides behind. Noe has earned her spot on the streets; if the Devil is how you get in, then Noe is one way you can get out. She's worked hard to erase the past she left behind as she helps victims of abuse escape. But one heist leaves her in the cross-hairs of the one man who can dig enough in to her past to find her and put her back in the limelight of her dangerous past. And now he's the only man who can help save her. The devil's in the details on this one as Noe slowly draws out more and more of Stark's personality as they race against time and a city that's after them. There is quote after quote that I could go back to that gutted me. Noe is a woman who is strong in a new way. She's been through something horrific that happens more than it ever should. And through it all she risks putting her self back in to the terrifying memories as she tries to help those going through a similar situation. Stark can't help but find beauty in the strengths that she shows. Noe awakens a part of Stark he hasn't felt since he was younger: the empathetic side that he only let loose when he vengeance got the best of him. Watching Stark go from machine to man, emotionally, was so drool worthy. He's not know for much words but when he opens his mouth, boy does he have some lines that will make any girl fall. (#theearrings ... they KILL ME). There are snippets to those that we've seen in The Point as well. Ben's got his moment (swoon!) as well as Bax and Race's reputations play a part. And don't think that Titus sits out when all hell breaks loose on his city; the good-cop-acting-bad is a key player as Stark and Noe plan to take down the biggest criminal The Point has seen in some time. With a city on edge and one of the most electrifying couple I've ever read, DIGNITY is an automatic 5 star top read once again from Crownover!
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    Love Going Back to the Point

    I’m so happy Jay Crownover took us back to the point. I first fell in love with the men from her Marked men series, and Zeb from Built will always be my number one. But man Stark totally stole my heart in this book. From the start of the book, I knew there was more to our closed off machine of a man Stark. But finding out his back story while he tries to help Noe was heart breaking. I loved the evolution of his character throughout the book. From the first time we met Noe in Honor, I wanted to know more about her. With her super smart street sense, and ability to work a computer like no other. I was so taken by her character. Jay didn’t disappoint. I loved how strong she was. Noe and Stark had crazy chemistry and worked great as a team, with them both being smarter than the average joe. I loved seeing how they worked alone, and as a team to make it in the point. Can’t wait for more from the point. Thanks again Jay, for another 5* book.
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    Always fun to return to The Point

    Rating: 4.5/5 I was really looking forward to this book because I didn't know what to expect from these two characters, but I was really eager about finding out. Snowden Stark and Noe Lee are both hackers you don't want to have as enemies as they are both extremely good at finding what you don't want people to know. On their own, they can do wonders, but together, they seem to be a force to be reckoned with. Each of their past has forged them into the people they are now and is the reason as to why they avoid to make personal connection with anyone who interfere in their lives… until Noe came to Stark for his help. Noe Lee’s is in over her head and no matter how much she hates it, she needs Stark’s help to get out of the mess she got herself into. She is a proud person and it’s hard for her to ask for help when she is used to do everything on her own. As you learn more and more about her past, you realize just how strong she is and why it’s so important for her to help out people when she can, even if it puts her life in danger. She is a smart woman who has more than one trick in her hat and she isn’t afraid to speak up her mind. Stark has a lot of trouble dealing with the feelings Noe woke up in him because it forces him to feel rather than just going through the motion. Pushing her away when she comes for his help was a way to protect himself though he hates himself to have done so. His past made him wary about letting other people near, but it also made even more focused about bringing his own kind of justice when the system fails to help out those in needs. He is a genius hacker and nothing can stop him once he put his mind to it, but still, while he could do a lot more known damage, he still trying to keep a low profile; trying to avoid getting confronted to his past once more. When they are together, it seems that what Noe and Stark feel is magnified and it’s really then you get to see behind the scarred girl and the guilt-ridden boy. They are both alike and yet different in the way they want to deal with situations, but when they put their energy together, they just seem to fit like a puzzle. It’s hard writing this review because I don’t know how much I can say without spoiling everyone, but believe me, each chapter will leave you asking for more. Also, I won’t lie that some parts went rather quickly and I was a bit confused about the timeline, but that may just be me. Overall, this book was an awesome read and I'm really looking forward to the next book in this series. I can't wait to see where Jay will write for the next one because I've been intrigued about this story since I first saw these characters in the Welcome to the Point series.
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