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    Hard to let go -A Hard Ink Novel

    Like the rest of the series, this is an absolutely fabulous read. Loved all the characters but feisty Kate and fierce Beckett are my favourites
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    Hard to let go

    Laura Kaye knows how to finish off a series. The Hard Ink stories were all reviting with love scenes, sexy make up sex when a guy & a girl keep getting their wires crossed. The overall plot was amazing. Keep writing please.
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    Hard to Let Go

    This has been a really great series. This book made me laugh and made me cry. A mark of a good story is when you get so caught up in it that it becomes real and that is what this is like.
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    Bittersweet end to a wonderful series

    It’s always hard when a series comes to an end and this was no different. The Hard Ink series has quickly moved into my top 5 favorite series and as much as I wanted answers to the investigation, I also didn’t want to say goodbye to these characters. The Hard Ink team and the woman they fall in love with are some of the best written characters I have ever read and they’ve become so much like real people for me. This book has tons of action, emotion, and deep character development. I’ll miss the Hard Ink team. I knew Beckett was the strong, silent type from the previous books, but this one really showed us Beckett’s inner soft side. He comes across as very intimidating and tough and it’s often mentioned by other characters how quiet he is so I was already intrigued by what was going on inside his head. Well, it was a lot apparently and some of it was heartbreaking. Watching Beckett try to be a better partner was Kat was a highlight of this book. There were some tough times where I just wanted to shake Beckett and smack him over the head but he always corrected himself and after a few start-stops, he gets it together where Kat is concerned. Kat was just plain awesome, she’s totally the tough, strong, successful woman that we all hope to be when we grow up. We saw her bravery when she fought alongside the men on the roof of Hard Ink. This book offered more of Kat’s bravery in the forms of mental and emotional strength. Kat’s an attorney and she knows her brother and his team are using illegal means to get their information, so she has to decide between her career and her family (spoiler: she chooses her family). I also loved how feisty, sarcastic, and down to earth Kat is. She has no problem getting her hands dirty, she cusses, and she’s not afraid to go after what she wants in the bedroom. I almost want to hate she’s so perfect, haha. I won’t give away anything, but this was a great conclusion to the series, especially the epilogue, which was beautiful. Laura Kaye packs quiet a lot of pain, tears, and happiness into the last 25% of this book and it’s a roller coaster of emotion.
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    Must read series ending! I loved it!

    Awesome ending to a fabulous series! Make sure you have tissues for this one. If you’ve been following this series than you already know that each of the men of Hard Ink carry some deep secret that in some manner eats away at them and for most, it stems from what happened to them when their commander and fellow members of their A-team unit were killed on a rural road in Afghanistan. For Beckett Murda there is more than the guilt of having survived, and his best friend sacrificing his leg to save his life…for Beckett, his torture goes deeper and stronger than anyone imagined. As if Shane’s guilt over his sister’s disappearance and Easy’s confession to the team of thoughts of suicide wasn’t enough to crush my heart and bring tears to my eyes, Beckett’s pain goes back to his childhood. Kat Rixey is certainly as tough and as smart as her brothers are but when an ex-boyfriend gets too rough with her, she heads to where she knows she will be safe even if she doesn’t disclose why. She and Beckett immediately butt heads. Not even sure that she likes the tall, dark, handsome, and silent type represented by the over-protective linebacker who pointed a gun at her the first time he saw her, she can’t ignore the draw she feels toward him even as she keeps her own secrets. From the very beginning of this series, I kept hoping Beckett Murda would get his happily-ever-after ending too because I could somehow feel that inside that big, burly, scarred, and menacing looking exterior there was a teddy bear of a man lurking inside. I was so right and I couldn’t be happier for Beckett and Kat. There story is steamy hot, heart-wrenching, edge of the seat action-packed, and sexy has hell! What’s revealed in this story is not only the end of the investigation that has threatened all of those at Hard Ink, but also the dark secrets Beckett has kept hidden deep within him. Secrets he had not even dared tell his best friend, Derek Marza. I honestly thought that Laura couldn’t make my heart ache for one of her characters more than it ached for the pain Easy Cantrell was carrying, but I lost count of how many times I cried while reading HARD TO LET GO. I don’t think I was a third of the way through the book before Beckett had in me in tears. Can a story get any more amazing? Yes, it can. I’m not going to give away details, I’m not going to spoil it for anyone because I want everyone to read this book and this series, if you haven’t already. Yeah, I have to admit that everything happens in a very short amount of time. The characters fall in love unrealistically fast but hey, it’s romance and it’s fiction so I highly recommend suspending reality and indulging in the world of Hard Ink. This group of characters will keep you smiling, laughing, gasping, clinging to the edge of your seat, crying, fanning yourself, and falling in love. HARD TO LET GO, book four of the Hard Ink series by Laura Kaye is the perfect ending to an amazing mission and the best happily-ever-after that could ever be conjured for an amazing group of characters who only deserve the best that love can bring them. I highly recommend HARD TO LET GO by Laura Kaye because it’s JUST THAT GOOD and shouldn’t be missed by anyone who loves strong, charismatic characters, a great storyline, and feeling as if you’re part of the team, and falling in love right alongside Beckett and Kat. ***eARC provided by publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest and unscripted review.
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