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  • 4.5 Stars!!

    4.5 Stars! I read this book in a little over a day! I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again… This series is awesome! This is book 11 in ‘The Survivors’ series with an HEA ending and can be read as a standalone but I’ve loved every book I’ve read and HIGHLY recommend the whole series. Aiden and Jenny are super cute and I love Jenny’s friends Roland and Oskar too. At times, Aiden needed a smack upside his head but what man doesn’t from time to time (right ladies?) - HA! I love the lesson of this book - you can be the richest person in the world but if you don’t have people to love and share it with, it means nothing. I’m so invested in the characters of this series and can’t wait for the next book. Also- I love how ‘Arley/Harley, the orphan from previous books in the series, gets her story tied up with a happy little bow! I always wondered about her and it was so heart warming - perfect ending! *I received this book at no charge & I voluntarily left this review.*

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  • A second-chance must read

    I voluntarily read an Advanced Reader Copy of From Rags to Kisses and the views expressed are my honest opinions. This is the eleventh book in the Survivor Series. Aidan Sterling, the bastard son of the Earl of Cranbourne, is filthy rich. All he cares about is his finances. His father had acknowledged him but failed to provide for him after his death. So Aidan ended in the slums when his mother passed away. It was there that he met Jenny Tate, a girl born and bred in the slums who was about to go through the pockets of the boy who was lying on the street, presumably dead. However, he was not and managed to convince Jenny that they could work together to survive. Slowly, they become friends and as the years go by, they fall in love. However, Aidan’s uncle finally manages to contact him and offers to buy him a commission in the army. Aidan wants to accept and tries to convince Jenny to join him, promising he would find her employment in his Uncle’s house. When it seemed that Aidan would refuse to stay with her, Jenny pushes him away, never to set eyes on each other for the next decade until they happen to meet at a ball. While Aidan attended for business, Jenny was being introduced into society as Roland, Lord Chamberlayne’s fiancée. Roland had taken Jenny under his wing and taught her all he knew about antiquities, something which Jenny enjoyed. While Jenny wants to keep her past where it belongs, Roland pushes her in closer contact with Aidan since he was determined to examine the antiquities which were uncovered in Aidan’s newly bought townhouse. When Aidan agrees to try and track down Harley, an orphan who lives in the slums and helped save a fellow survivor’s wife, he realizes that he needs Jenny’s help to help navigate their old haunting grounds. Will this time they spend together help Aidan and Jenny clear the air between them and rekindle their love or will their paths have pushed them further apart and Jenny’s heart now belongs to another? As usual, Ms. Galen provides a delightful, well-written novel, giving the reader points to ponder about. I enjoyed the fact that Jenny tends to slip into her former accent, though one might need to read the words out loud to understand what is being said. It was a challenge to keep the Survivors and their wives straight and I did need to refer to the previous blurbs on the rare occasion they were mentioned. However, I do understand the necessity since Ms. Galen is slowly tying loose ends as the series is coming to an end.

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  • Delightful Story

    Jenny Tate befriended young Aidan Sterling when he ended up in the dangerous streets of the London slums after the death of his mother. Those streets were all she knew, and she was adept at navigating them, even though there were many days of cold and hunger. After four years of deepening trust and affection, Aidan has an opportunity to escape that he can’t pass up, leaving Jenny feeling betrayed and abandoned. When Aidan returns from his life in the army, he goes about making money and buying the best, so he will never want for anything again. Except he’s so busy making money, he doesn’t take time for friends or love. Then Jenny comes back into his life and he realizes she’s what he’s been missing. Unfortunately, she’s engaged to marry a viscount and doesn’t need anything from Aidan. Watching these two figure out what they really want and need from life is a treat, they both have overcome a lot, but neither trusts easily and there are lots of barriers to get over to reach where they need to be. The addition of the search for a missing street urchin gives more opportunities for Aidan and Jenny to be together, and young Harley is adorable. I’ve enjoyed all of the Survivors stories, but I must say, this one was particularly delightful. I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book.

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  • A moving second chance tale

    Will she ever be enough for someone… As I discovered this series upon Draven’s tale, I have a bit less knowledge about the whole group of survivors, so Aiden one just one of them shadow. But like for all the others, the author offers some insights about them in all her story, revisiting past heroes and releasing some clues about the nexts to keep us grounded and awaiting what is to come. Aiden is no spare or down the line son, he comes from money but from the wrong side of the blanket. So when things turned dire, he had no one to turn to thus ended in the street, one of those forgotten children. If not for Jenny, he would have probably died. She was his accomplice in misery and hunger, his first love and the woman he left behind. Jenny was born and bred in the slums of the city, overlooked, rejected and abused by her kin. She learned early and uglily to count on no one but herself. Yet she did not let this boy die on the pavements, in rescuing him, she also saved her soul as she had someone for once to turn to, someone to love and who loved her in return. Why his departure was so damaging. By leaving her behind, it engraved in her inner core she was not enough. So to reconquer her love, he will have to prove she is much more than enough, that she is his everything and makes him whole. My heart broke for Jenny, she lost her last illusions with her first love, yet Aiden did not leave her with the thought to never coming back, he wanted to better himself to save her in return. Yet as they meet again a decade and a half later, life has taken its toll and changed them. Aiden after knowing starvation and poverty needs ever more, while Jenny refuses to fall prey again to her chest organ and thus protects it like a priceless jewel. Why Aiden is in for a gargantuan epiphany. As upon seeing again Jenny, he realizes not all the blunt of the world would keep him as warm at night as the young girl he loved when they had only bread to share. I loved how the author wrapped everything flawlessly, nothing is left to hazard. Jenny and Aiden move in different circles than where they grew up, yet they are not out of place, the journey they followed is crafted to perfection and explain it all. I loved Roland, Oscar and Harley, they are such a sweet and lovely addition to this story. 5 stars. Steam level : onscreen lovemaking scenes

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