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    Amazing redemption story!!!

    I've loved each of the Billionaire Bad Boys books along the way. I'll be honest and say when I saw Ms. Phillips was going to write a redemption book for Julian Dane, I honestly didn't see how she could do it based upon what he had done to Kendall. I'm so very happy to say not only was I wrong, and Ms. Phillips gave her readers her very best book I've read to date. I really hated Julian for using Kendall in the way he did in Going Down Easy, and have to say the first way he started redeeming himself to me was by owning his past choices rather than saying they were mistakes. I also started to take into consideration he was unaware of Kendall's illness when they were together, as Kendall had never shared the fact she was bipolar, though that still didn't give Julian the right to use Kendall. As Julian started to share his background and his family's background with Kendall, it gave me more insight into why he became and addict and made the choice he made along the way. Julian truly had been through hell and back and while I didn't agree with many of his actions, I did finally understand why he made the choices from his past. Kendall had been through hell thanks to her mental illness. Now that she is finally able to stay on a solid therapy plan, medicine plan, and has found an outlet and a job she loves working with rescue dogs. She is just starting to feel like her life is on a firm footing when Julian shows back up in her life. I loved that Kendall was super wary of Julian when he first showed up, even as she was still completely drawn to him. I found myself loving that while Kendall didn't fall right back in with Julian, she did listen to him explain his past and finally shared her medical issues as well. Kendall and Julian totally had an uphill battle to be in a long-term relationship with Kendall's family. While I felt like Kendall and Julian both made mistakes in the present with regards to their future, I loved they both came out strong once each got their heads back on straight. The chemistry between Kendall and Julian was every bit as strong as it was in the past. I actually felt it was even stronger now, as they both were being honest with one another. Going in Deep gave me all the feels. I laughed, sighed, got angry a few times, and cried both sad and happy tears. I love when a story makes me feel a myriad of emotions, and Ms. Phillips did it in spades with Going in Deep. Julian and Kendall's redemption story was everything and more than I expected, and is hands down one of the best stories Carly Phillips has ever written. Rating: 5 Stars (A+)
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    Better now

    This is book #4, in the Billionaire Bad Boys series. This book can be read as a standalone novel. For reader enjoyment and understanding, I recommend reading series books in order. Julian is recovering from hitting the absolute bottom. He takes the steps to getting better seriously now. He is trying to make amends where he can. Kendall has her own issues. While health is important, the heart wants what it wants. Can she go back to loving the man who makes her heart melt? Or was the past too much for the new her to handle? These characters are obviously meant to be together. What is even better, they both have taken the time to get their own personal selves better. I think this story shows how important it is to take care of your own business before worrying about someone else. Then you are free to love as you like. ***This early copy was given in exchange for an honest review.
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    Recovery, redemption and love

    Carly Phillips is one of my go to one-click authors. Her stories are always exceptional and pack sexy heat! Going In Deep has all of Carly's usual wonderful elements, but also tackles important issues. It is a wonderful story of how recovery and redemption are earned after the characters struggle with mental illness and addiction. It beautifully tells the tale of how characters/people can stumble and struggle and come out stronger with work and love.
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    ***5 ‘Redemption’ Stars***

    ***5 ‘Redemption’ Stars*** Ever since finishing Going Down Easy, I’ve been waiting for Julian and Kendall to get their own HEA’s, whether it would be together or separately though keeping my toes crossed that they’d find their way back to each other. So when it was announced that they would get their second chance I couldn’t wait to get my hands on the book and Carly Phillips did not disappoint! Going in Deep was filled with sweet and smexy moments as Julian and Kendall found redemption and forgiveness for their past transgressions while fighting for their future happiness. It’s safe to say that as much as I’ve loved all the Billionaire Bad Boys, Julian has fought his way to the top of the pile. He isn’t a saint and what he did was pretty heinous, but the Julian in this book is an amazing man. He’s taken responsibility for his transgressions and is working on becoming a better man, which we find out he always had in him but just took the wrong fork in the road. This Julian is charming without trying, smart and compassionate with a good dose of smexy alpha male that will bring you to your knees. Kendall has come a long way from the first time I met her. She has taken control of her disorder instead of allowing it to control her and I loved this more settled, confident and self aware woman she has become. I loved how she was honest about what she wanted out of life and was willing to take chances, but didn’t just jump in. She took baby steps and took the time to really examine how she felt about it. With all that happened between Julian, Kendall and the crew of Blink it’s no surprise that there were some bumpy moments in their journey to their HEA, but all of those bumps were worth it. I liked how they took baby steps, even if they didn’t necessarily want to, were honest with what they wanted and how they felt and exposed their all of their scars. All of this simply intensified the connection that was already there and made it blatantly obvious that they were meant to be together. I have to admit that Going in Deep surprised me, in a good way, because it wasn’t as angsty as it could have been considering all that had gone down in Going Down Easy. Obviously there was some drama, but I really liked that Julian and Kendall acted like mature adults. This book touches on addiction and bipolar disorder and I thought it was done with a lot of care and respect. While we do spend a little time with Lex and Kade, this story is very focused on the MC’s and their journey, but we do meet a few new characters who helped move the story line along, but the four legged ones were my favorites. This can be read as a standalone, but I highly suggest that you start at the beginning of the series to get the full impact of the MC’s journey. ~ Copy provided by the author & voluntarily reviewed ~
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    Great read best in the series

    Kendall Parker believes she is finally living her life at a healthy point and she just wants those that are close to her to trust and believe in her and her choices. Julian Dane knows that he made a lot of bad choices in the past but he has cleaned his life up and he wants to move on. Both Julian and Kendall and forget each other can they move on and will their friends and family let them try to work on there relationship. I loved this story and Carly Phillips did a great job with this story and the different aspects of mental health, addiction, and other aspects of this story. This was one of the best stories in this series.
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