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  • Love it!

    Jay, this might be my favourite story yet! You have outdone yourself, and quickly climbed the ranks of my top 3 authors! Thank you for helping me love reading! xo

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  • wow!

    Wow. I have never had to take a break from reading a book because of how intensely I felt the story before. This was an absolutely amazing book that had me in its grip from the first paragraph. I have been waiting to find out more about Nassir and now that I have I absolutely adore him even more. He is an amazing character and all those wrong feeling I had for loving the bad man in the story feel a little less wrong now. I love Keelyn's personality and the fact that she balances so well in any position she is put in. I can't even put into words the quality of this story because my mind is so blown. I cannot wait for more books!

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  • Emotional & Intense

    ’s amazing how kind, romantic, and caring the darker side of Jay Crownover can be. The depths of hell that our characters survived to create their a real life of their own is difficult to read. I couldn’t imagine living it, and yet so many people do that every day. I applaud Ms. Crownover for the honesty and emotion she put into both MC’s. The Point is one heck of a setting. It’s scary, thrilling, and, somehow, full of hope. While I don’t imagine myself in the center of danger, I respect those who make the most out of their lives and try to better where they live. Key and Nassir may not be society’s version of a power couple, but they are and they rock it. Key and Nassir have something that is difficult to find in a lot of books. They know, one hundred percent know, the strength of their bond. I love how solid they are, even when apart. Even when walls are up and fears cloud judgement, neither person doubts the others feelings. There was enough real drama that Ms. Crownover didn’t need (or use) childish arguments. Key had honest, realistic fears that are easy to relate to no matter who you are. Nassir does what it takes to help her through them. That was awesome. It doesn’t mean the road was smooth and straight, it simply means that there was no need for extra drama. Watching the MC’s work through personal fears and external interference filled me with hope. Seeing Key learn about herself, and Nassir, was heartwarming. And Nasair’s grit and determination to win Key over was swoon-worthy.

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  • Another star book

    Jay cannot wrige a bad book. If you have never read any of her books do yourselves a favour and start, you will not be disappointed. Great story, hooks you from the start. You can really feel as if you connect with the characters.

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  • Honor

    Not my favorite Point book, but still really good; I mean it's Jay Crownover how could it not be good. I've always been back and forth with Nassir and if I like him or not. He has come a long way throughout all the Point books and I do really like him after Honor. He may be a devil, but he's an entertaining, smart, and charismatic devil. I liked being in his head and getting to learn more about him seeing as he is far from an open book. I loved his relationship with Keelyn and how much he cares for her. She is one tough cookie too, I mean she has to be if she wants to be with Nassir. Overall a really good book, just thought it was missing a little something. Loved the Marked Men character appearance =)

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