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    A great addition

    What would you do? Your fiancé has died whilst doing his job and you were preparing to tell him that you're pregnant! Blair, although devastated, agrees to marry Drake, her dead fiancé's brother to ensure a better start for her unborn baby. But time passes and Blair and Drake's relationship changes and now, seven years later, they are madly in love and have two other children. The last thing any of them need is finding out that Grant, is in fact, alive. Grant only returns to make sure his family is safe. However, when he is in his home town he finds it difficult to come to terms with his continuing love for Blair. His friends menage relationship, and it's success, and with some help from their friends both Drake and Grant begin to consider new possibilities for themselves and Blair. Little do they know that Blair has a few fantasies of her own that will take both brothers to fulfill. With 'Don't Shoot The Messenger', Samantha A Cole has continued the Hazard Falls series and provides a nice link between this series and 'Trident Security' series. All in all, a highly readable addition to this author's catalogue.
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    Back To Hazard Falls

    Samantha Cole has always been one of those authors that automatically goes on my one-click list. This new addition to her Hazard Falls series was worth the wait. While I fell for both of the Hadley brothers in this story, I sort of felt like Blair, I didn’t want to have to choose between the ex-Korean prison camp survivor Grant or his brother, furniture making Drake who steps up to do the right thing. But if you are a Samantha Cole fan, you’ll know that lucky Blair doesn’t have to make a choice in this very seriously sexy MFM romance.. I was thrilled to see all three of them get together, of course, someone is trying to target the happy family and their children, so everyone including our T Carter and the Trident family comes along to help. It was one great ride, and I’ll certainly read it again
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    Good book to cuddle up and read

    Samantha Cole did it again. I cried, laughed and sat in suspense. I really enjoyed the characters, Blair , girlfriend love of his life to Grant. Grant POW who was thought to be dead, and Drake the brother and husband to Blair. The dynamics between the characters and storyline will keep you turning the pages. Pick up this book and enjoy.
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    An amazing book about love, friendships,suspense

    Don’t shoot the messenger is another one of Samantha’s fabulous books. It is full of love and relationships in different shapes and sizes. A community of friends and people that you wish you could live in yourself. There is suspense this book is easy to read and the characters are wonderful . I can not wait for the next book of a Hazard Falls.
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    Drawn in to a world of heartache and pure love

    A brilliant story by a briliant author. I love the how the author draws you into her books. How you feel the ain of the charcters she writes. That is how you know it is a brilliant story.
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