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    Fun, fast, hot and steamy read!!!

    **Received ARC for a fair and honest review** Heaven on Earth is book 1 in the Compass Boys series. The book was hard to put down and a fast read, felt like it was over too soon. I'd rate this book at 4.5 stars. Austin goes off to college and after 2 years realizes that it's just not for him. When he comes back to the Compass Ranch, he doesn't want to feel like a complete failure and makes a suggestion that not only helps out the ranch, but allows them to profit and he's able to pay back the money for college. When he's out on a run for the ranch, he makes a stop at a rest stop and gets more then he bargained for. Hayden is on the run trying desperately to get away from her abusive ex-boyfriend, with literally just the shirt on her back. She's got no money, wallet, clothes and worst yet is hiding in an animal trailer to get some rest and regroup. But when she wakes up the trucks moving and she didn't plan for that. I really enjoyed the characters, they felt real, they had chemistry, the H was alpha, but not to crazy extremes and though the h had just run away from an abusive relationship she still had fight left in her and was a strong woman. She wasn't ready to throw in the towel and let life just roll all over her. I loved seeing the little bits of previous couples from the other stories/series. Always love seeing how they ended up doing. The only complaint I guess I have is the ending. I wasn't ready for it to end and I felt like it needed a little more, or an epilogue or something. Other then that it was a great book and I can't wait for the next book in the series!! Hope this helps!! Happy Reading!!!
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    Love the cowboys.

    I have to say Mari and Jayne have done a wonderful Series to come back and catch up with the characters again and see where they're at is amazing. A Must read! Laughs Lust and a few tears. It's great how they don't just jump into the sack and how Hayden has time to become her own person before she gets really involved in a relationship. I loved the other two series of the compass books and this one is bound to draw you in too
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    Great start to the series

    I have not read any of the previous Compass Ranch series from these two authors but was excited when I saw this new series. I must say that I thoroughly enjoyed the story and now will be looking at reading books from the other Compass series. This series is about the sons of the original Compton brothers and Heaven on Earth is Austin and Hayden’s story. What’s a woman to do when her dreams turn to nightmares and she needs to escape from an abusive boyfriend? That’s the situation that Hayden finds herself in. Lucky for her she finds a rig and decides to hide out and rest. When Austin s sees Hayden running off with his jacket, he immediately gives chase and is surprised when he tackles her to find a beautiful but battered Hayden who is obviously starving and injured. Austin is a caring and compassionate man, brought up to treat women correctly and he is appalled by what has happened to Hayden. Slowly but surely he gains her trust and with the temptation of sharing stories about his life and family from the Compass Ranch he enticers her to return home with him to heal and decide what she wants to do next. At the heart of this book is that family is not always blood related. Family is who you choose to have in and surrounding you; often it is those friends who become your family and that shone through in this book. Tragedy rears it’s ugly head for both Hayden and Austin and they lean on each other to get through the tough times. I really fell for Austin, such a caring, swoon worthy and compassionate man; Haydn has been beaten down but she is determined to make it and I admire her, When these two finally get together it was heart warming and passionate. I cannot wait to read more in this series and in fact will be looking at reading books from the other Compass series.
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    I can’t wait to read more!

    Book 1 in a brand new series about the Compass Boys features Austin and his stowaway Hayden. This book is my introduction to the Compass clan but I may have to go back and read all the others now. While the book is mainly about Austin he tells Hayden all about the rest of the family which only made me more intrigued to read their own stories. It was so difficult to put this done so I read it all in one day because I was so engrossed in their love story. The writing is simply amazing and draws the reader in… you would never guess this was written by two authors! It doesn’t happen often that I read a series that draws me in as completely as this one book did. I just didn’t want it to end! I also really enjoyed that it wasn’t all sunshine and roses … real relationships aren’t that way. I have never read either of these authors before and now I’m wondering what took me so long. I can’t wait to read more!
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    Love this family

    The Compass series of books were the first books I read from this author and I was hooked! I love the family dynamics, and as the series progresses we get to read about the children of the original brothers, when it was announced that Jayne Rylon and Mari Carr were writing the much anticipated Compass boys I was thrilled to see the series continue. This first in the series focuses on Austin, a young tattooed hottie, who's parents are Silas, Lucy and Colby. After deciding that college isn't for him Austin persuades his family to purchase a big rig for him to drive across the country, helping the ranch profits but giving him freedom and a chance to see the country. Its while on such a trip he meets our heroine Hayden, a beautiful woman who has escaped an abusive relationship. This story is how Hayden finds her independence and learns that she can survive on her own but is stronger and able to move ahead better with Austin at her side. We have the hotness we crave from this series, protective alpha males looking after their women and masses of love for the 2 main characters but also family. We see Austin's family and share sadness with them but see them adapt to life as it changes and the family grows. So looking to the next book after a little hint in Heaven on Earth. As a very lucky ARC reader I was able to read this before many others, I cannot recommend highly enough, a great addition to an already amazing series.
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