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    Jason

    ARC for honest review with no compensation 4.5 stars Jason is book 2 in the 7 Brides for 7 Blackthornes by Julia London and a part of a series with six other amazing authors! Each is a standalone but has an underlying story that looks to connect to each new book... Jason Blackthorne is head of Blackthorne Entertainment and finally getting the break he needs to make his new cop drama but he is so disorganized and needs an assistant who is the opposite...in comes Mallory Price. She is totally organized, efficient, had great ideas and really wants to be behind the camera. Working together but no letting the sparks ignite is getting harder to ignore...what happens next is funny, lots of chemistry, snarky comments, learning more about the past, family and hopefully a HEA for these two... Can’t wait for the next book in this series...Ross by Lynn Raye Harris.
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    Opposite but so Alike

    Jason and Mallory have an interesting adventure on their way to finding love in Jason, the second book, in the 7 Brides for 7 Blackthornes series, this one written by Julia London. Jason is the middle child of both the brothers and cousins, allowing him to feel overlooked especially since he was quieter and kept to himself. Escaping to watch movies and television was his coping mechanism to deal with the loss of his parents and feeling as if he didn’t belong. It is easy to see why he wanted to be a successful film/tv producer, instead of joining the family whisky business. Jason is overly disorganized and goes through assistants like some people drink coffee. Mallory is the exact opposite of Jason, a neat freak, possibly OCD, with the need to organize the people she cares for. After being hired Mallory becomes an invaluable asset for Jason and the production of his new tv show, being developed for Netflix. The production has a few problems, causing the filming of Season Two to be in an uproar. First there’s the “ripped from the 'me too' headlines" crisis causing Jason to find a new leading man, while he’s in Maine at his family’s summer home. Then there are all the minefields being established by a prima-donna director who wants out of his contract. He needs help and finds a way to get Mallory out to Maine from LA to help him. Jason and Mallory might pretend their attraction doesn’t exist but their chemistry and magnetism is off the charts. With all that’s going on he’s still her boss which makes it a no-no. Mallory’s life goal is to become a director of film and television. When Jason is injured and the director is MIA, Mallory has a chance to prove her worth. Yet, when the director crisis explodes Jason chooses what’s right for the show over Mallory's career goals, placing their future in doubt. Jason and Mallory are strong, driven characters, sharing a love for anything on film in addition to each other. Ms. London wrote a tale rich with sexual chemistry, humor, tearful moments, and endearing characters giving Jason and Mallory a chance for happiness, love and a future together. I definitely recommend Jason to other readers and look forward to checking out the other books in this series. I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book.
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    LIGHTS, CAMERA, ACTION, spells trouble ...

    LIGHTS, CAMERA, ACTION, spells trouble for two ambitious filmmakers. Jason and Mallory set off sparks behind the scenes. He has much the family name riding on his latest venture. She wants the chance to get her feet wet. When behind the scenes drama gives way to an unpredictable attraction, it's anyone's guess the way things will go. Watch this slow flame become an inferno. London heats it up with an entertaining, firecracker that proves itself hard to resist.
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    4.5 Star Review of Jason (7 Brides for 7 Blackthornes # 2) by Julia London Julia London is a new author to me and I have no idea why I have not heard or read her before. This is the second in an exciting new series from multiple authors and is Jason and Mallory Price’s book. I was intrigued when I first read about the Blackthorne men and the dynamic surrounding their family and now having read the first two books I am more intrigued than ever. The Blackthornes own a diverse range of businesses and Jason heads up Blackthorne Entertainment; he has trouble keeping assistants as he is disorganized and unfocused. Hiring Mallory to be his latest assistant he has hopes that she will work out. Mallory is efficient and capable and when Jason is injured she takes on the additional workload and performs efficiently. To his surprise she is not only a great assistant but eventually he realizes that she might just be perfect for him as well. The chemistry between Jason and Mallory builds and I loved how the relationship that built between them, particularly since they have both been burned in the past.Can these lost souls come together and embark on a bright future together or are they destined to be alone? The characters were intriguing and there were times that I worried that Jason and Mallory s would not get the happily ever after they deserved. A well written, romantic, sweet and at times passionate read that kept my attention from the start. The characters were strong and I enjoyed Julia London’s style of writing and I was thoroughly entertained throughout my read.
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