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    Amazing!

    Rating: 4.5/5 I finally got the chance to start this and devoured it in less than a day. I really believed Jay took the best story to merge the two series together; adding old and new characters into this. I always wanted to know more about Dominic and I really hoped that we were going to have a story about him in the new series and I'm sure that I wasn't the only one so when Jay told us that this novella was coming out, I was nearly jumping on my chair excited to read this. It's only circumstances of life that stopped me from reading this before now. So back to the story, I really enjoyed being immersed into Orlando and Dominic's minds. Both of them had fears that pushed their relationship to the edge that could have sent them either way. I found myself often yelling at them in my mind (seriously, I couldn't really yell in my office, that would be just weird) to just man up and tell each other everything. While Orlando had to work to make peace with certain aspects of his past life, Dominic had to work around to acceptance that his life was never going to be the same. I really feel like both men were meant to help one another as I read more about them throughout this novella. Both had personalities that were opposites, but similar at the same. It's hard to explain, but that's how I felt. And don't get me started on their chemistry. Jay seriously make the most passionate couples in her books and this one was no exception. So am I more excited about the Saints of Denver? Hell yea I am, especially with the little sneak peek of Built and now, I just want to stalk Jay and steal a copy of the book hahaha
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    Great romantic read

    Dual pov. Great read. Funny a lil steam and some angst. To make up a great book. I hadnt read the previous books but i didnt feel lost. Though i am going back to read them. Cant wait til jan 2016 for next book in the series.
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