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    Love finally admitted

    Another great read by this author. Zane and Honor have been building a love for each other for longer than they have actually been in love. This is finally their story, with a few twists and turns here and there. I like Zane in the two books before this one so it was wonderful to be able to get into his head and hear his story. It's not an overly sad one, but he's had enough of his own pain to add to his troubles. I feel bad for him that love from the people he wanted it from (minus his father) came hard and he had to deal with that harsh reality. But I'm glad that he found his HEA. I also loved the letter from his dad and that he already knew about his sister prior to the letter (you find out about her in Deleted). Honor has always been a wonderful character. I'll be honest and admit that she hasn't always been my favorite, but I did enjoy getting her story. She's a ball buster, and a good one at that. She's had a lot of pain in her life, pain that no one should have to go through. So I'm glad that she's finally getting that love that she didn't think she'd ever get. These two are wonderful together and I'm glad I got into their heads.
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    ...out of the sorrow is where the hope begins.

    Jaded is an inspiration. Honor and Zane are not victims, but survivors. From ugliness blooms beauty. Tess Thompson shines a light on subjects that many choose to ignore. She tackles heartbreak with the strength and grace of a snowflake. The impact lives on, but never defines. There will be tears, but out of the sorrow is where the hope begins. Thus the healing power of love.
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