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  • One of my favorites

    This is definitely one of my favorite series by this author. The antics of the characters never fail to make me smile. Elliot has a kind heart, protecting a child from an abusive parent was done without a second thought. Finding his mate as a result was not expected and the fact she has a chip where men are concerned means he must be patient. Hannah has had it with men, when a vampire shows up at her door claiming she is in danger, she is his mate and she needs to come with him she might just have to stake him. ( very funny dialog). The character interaction is very amusing, fast paced, will make you smile and like the characters all the more. The bad guys are super stupid, very bad and need to get eaten, but that is just my opinion. Easy to read, keeps your interest and attention, well written and entertaining. I look forward to the next one.

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  • Elliot

    'Elliot' is Kathi S. Barton's third book in her "Sons of Crosby" series and it is a humdinger filled with kidnapping, murder, adventure, and all manner of chaos. Let's not forget the Fated mate we all anticipate when we read a book by Ms. Barton. This story opens with a small boy hiding in Elliot's greenhouse. Eliot can tell he's been physically and mentally abused along with being starved. As a matter a fact, Elliot fixing his lunch is the only thing that brought the boy out of the shadows. Their meeting and the circumstances around it opened the door to not only Elliot meeting his mate but also her sister-n-law, who each had though the other dead. This was a great read as always.

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