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    4.5 stars- The Sendoff They Deserve

    I’m not sure what it is about this couple, but I really like them and am always eager to see where their adventures land them. Once again we hit the ground running with the opening scene of Home Fires rushing Jericho to respond to “shots fired” incident. I was immediately reminded how well this author writes high adrenaline scenes, just enough details to convey the picture and a style that reinforces the urgency of the moment. There were a few peak moments that got my heart racing, with the closing battle certainly worthy of a series finale. I enjoyed all the action scenes, the strategizing, and the partnerships we saw take shape and cement in this installment. The conflicts played out to full resolutions; though there was a bit of intrigue left surrounding certain aspects- particularly Wade’s business dealings. I liked that the author left some parts open ended, but still gave me an ending I’ve been waiting for. The last book included a lot more playful dialogue between Jericho and secondary characters and we got more of it in Home Fires. I love seeing these parts of his personality increasingly come out as the series continued. It highlighted his cynical side, developed his character, and made the connection to Wade more apparent. I really liked the interactions between Wade and Jericho in the final book. Both men move toward cementing the relationship and it gave me a future to hope for while I read all the hair-raising action scenes. There was a lot more Wade in general in this book, and I loved it. Sherwood offered a range of depth to his personality when she previously only gave glimpses. The chemistry was still there and I felt the emotional pull between the men. However, it didn’t have as much of a desperate feel to their relationship in this one. Initially, I missed this tension, but it ended up being perfect. It imparted a sense of settling, like Wade and Jericho were no longer fighting to get to a future but working toward making it a tangible reality. Although finishing the fourth book in the Common Law series was bittersweet, I can’t help but feel complete. This was a great capping to a great series I thoroughly enjoyed. Home Fires delivered the secondary character relationships, the crazy camaraderie of Mosely, dialogue laced with sarcasm that made me laugh, adrenaline laden action scenes, and of course the combustible relationship of Wade and Jericho. I expected nothing less than these men to go out with a bang, and I got it…a few times over. *Reviewed for Alpha Book Club*

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