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  • You do not realize what you have in front of you

    4.5 stars Just perfect timing for Valentine’s Day, Ms. Moreau has given readers a beautiful short story with Jazz and Hoodie. Jazz is a hardworking woman who works at The Demon Squad’s bar along with a second job to make ends meet. Hoodie is the quiet biker who has admired Jazz from afar and finally gets his shot. When the person who is stealing from the bar is revealed, how will Hoodie react? Can Jazz and Hoodie make things between them work? I have loved this series from its inception and it just keeps getting better. I look forward to reading more from this author.

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  • A Great Find

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Caelin is a man that fixes problems. Justice wants to be heard and taken seriously. Theirs was an interesting tale. These two have known each other for a while but a relationship never happened. Our author came up with an interesting way. Justice had a life altering event but she turned it around in order to do good for others. Caelin is her champion. He may ride a motorcycle but it’s just a horse with two legs instead of four. You would expect him to be an alpha male but when he’s around Justice he seems so patient and understanding. He lets her set the pace as to when things are going to happen. It was nice to watch their relationship build but Justice was the one to impress me. She was not going to let what happened to her in the past define who she is as a woman. Caelin steps back in order to let her shine and he’s there to support her in any way. This was one where it almost seemed therapeutic. I’m sure that there are women out there who can understand it so you might remember your own experience while reading. Any of her feelings may be ones you understand too well. Justice seems to impart some words of wisdom along the way for one so young. This book may not be as long as some but it doesn’t read that way. Our author doesn’t cut any corners to pack her story into less than 200 pages. It was like she was letting her characters dictate every chapter. I thought it was a very romantic story – even when life tries to interrupt. Caelin could be described as the perfect book boyfriend. He’s allowing Justice to emerge from her chrysalis in order to shine as the butterfly he knows she is. Our main characters give us the perfect ending to their story and then the author turns around and gives us the perfect beginning to her next book. I was not compensated nor was I required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own.

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