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  • another example of wisdom not coming with age

    Another example of not getting smarter with age. Jason is an old vampire who likes things his way ( of course) and expects everyone to do as he says. When he meets Spencer Graham the proverbial rug is pulled out from under him, she is pushy, bossy, won't do what he tells her too, thinks he is an a@# and is his mate. Let the fun begin. This was a interesting and unique storyline filled with several twists and turns. The characters were loud, intense at times but easy to get to know. The storyline will bring out lots of emotions in the reader, you can feel their pain, sorrow, exasperation and humor helping to bring the story to life. Easy to read, easy to follow, flows along smoothly and had me alternating between smiling and wanting to hit the main male character. Ms. Barton creates another new world introducing us to new characters to watch grow and giving us a new family to fall in love with. A great new start to this new saga that leaves you wanting more. I volunteered to read this story for my honest opinion.

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  • Spencer is not a woman who will be bullied

    Oh what an awesome start to what I am sure is going to be an AMAZING series! Crosby and his six sons are vampires who have been granted the ability to walk in the daylight. After living for more than two thousand years with just himself and family, Jason has no need or want to find a mate. After living for years watching and listening to his father whine about wanting to die to be with his mate, he hopes to never find her. Spencer Graham is a woman who just wants to fulfill her ideas and make the planet a better place. She has many great ideas, but needs the funding and help from Jason Crosby. When she is finally able to get a minute of his time she realizes his arrogant ways are more than likely to make her want to kill him if she works with him. From the day she was born she's never had it easy. But she doesn't let anything stop her or turn her into a bitter woman. These two have so much to overcome. Jason has lived and watched what losing a mate has done to his father's will to live. But what he doesn't notice is that she's not only his mate, but she's his father's salvation. The more you dive into Spencer's history the more I'm amazed that she turned out to be as loving and generous of a woman as she was.

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  • Jason

    'Jason' is Kathi S. Barton's first book in her "Sons of Crosby" series and what a delight this one has turned out to be. It started off with Spencer Graham just needing to talk to Jason Crosby about helping her finance a building the city was putting up for auction. She'd tried calling. She tried sending e-mails. The man just plain wouldn't answer her and time was running out. That's when she showed up at his house at 4 A.M. knowing one way or another she'd have his undivided attention. Well, he got hers when he answered the door in his birthday suit and a snarky attitude. Spencer wasn't having it and after one insult too many, she decked him and he landed on his backside; not from her strength but from catching him off-guard. Intrigued? Yeah, you should be. Two strong characters, both opinionated, a loving family on one side, a blight on society from the other, faeries and their Queen, oh and did I mention our Hero and his family are Vampires? This was a terrific story. I can't wait to see what happens when Chase finds his mate.

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