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    Amy is mine

    Getting Amy is a well descriptive story. You can feel each emotion and feelings the characters expressed throughout the story. (Anger, sadness, fear, happiness) From the beginning to end there is a magnetic force that pulls you into the story. I like how the author molds Clay to be overprotective and controlling, and dominant male alpha. And how the chemistry between Clay and Amy starts slow. What I dislike is Clay temper. Clay has feeling's for Amy. Since the day she walked through his front door. Spending time in jail. He was not aware of his surrounds that Amy has spent time with his friend Seth. When he finds out there more between his friend and Amy. His jealous mixed with anger surface out him. Showing another side of him. Amy will defend Seth against Clay. But Amy doesn't know that Clay has a couple of trick in his sleeves to have her. Will she end falling into her arms or stay away from Clay to be with Seth? I recommend this book is a great read and you love it. It deserves more than five stars. I voluntarily read an advanced readers copy of this book.

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