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    Long Time Coming

    I love Jane's books! The interaction between characters ,both in and out of bed is realistic and powerful. I can't wait to buy more!!
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    "Somethings are worth the wait"

    Long Time Coming Hot Rods, Book 8 by Jayne Rylon Review: by Jess Dunn After twenty-one years of raising her daughters alone following the tragic loss of her husband, Wilhelmina Brown begins to suspect the possibility of peace and just maybe a sliver of happiness for her. Recently both of her daughters have found their soul mates and their happily ever after. Heck one of them just made her a grandma with the arrival of a beautiful baby girl. Along the road to her daughters settling down Willie has met and found a best friend in Tom London. Lately it seems to her there may be more than just friendship brewing. Oh who is she kidding there is a blaze of fire burning bright between them but can Willie let go of the past and take a chance at love again after all this years? Tom London lost his lovely wife way too soon. Tom kept her memory alive as a social worker and by keeping her foundation going while raising their son and taking in seven adopted kids. The kids, “The Hot Rods” have each found their significant other(s) and Tom feels he is ready to move on as well. Willie and him have bonded over their kids, the loss of their spouses too soon and have formed a deep friendship. Tom has decided it’s time to quit stepping around the building fire between Willie and himself and take action. Just when it looks like they may find their HEA life has a few more curve balls for them. The first line in Long Time Coming, Hot Rods Book 8 says it best “Some things are worth the wait”. I’ve devoured the first seven Hot Rods books with great satisfaction, all the while hoping for Tom to get his HEA. As a forty-something mother to four grown kids, one granddaughter and grandbaby number two on the way, I identify with Tom and Willie. I applaud author Jayne Rylon for taking a chance and writing a story where both the hero and heroine are older than most romance novels. Not to mention Mrs. Rylon doesn’t hold back in the sex scenes just because neither is in their twenties. Long Time Coming is filled with passion and fervor. The story line has more twists and turns than I had expected. Author Rylon keeps you guessing right until the end. I recommend this book to those who are looking for a hot, suspenseful read. I was given an Advanced Reader Copy in exchange for an honest review.
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    Hot rods.

    Othe hot and sexsy book in this series. If have a open mind and love happy ending. This is for you. ☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺
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    Love knows no age boundaries!

    I have to start off with plainly stating you are never too old for love. The next installment in the Hod Rods series has Tom London and Wilhelmina ‘Willie’ Brown, both very close to their 50’s. They have both loved and lost and now they find themselves alone and want that companionship. Their children all grown up, some with children of their own even. Can they give in to their attraction and try to make a go at a relationship? They’ve certainly known each other for a long time, the connection being their children. But they find that age does play a part in finding and accepting love. What happens when circumstances beyond their control try to tear them apart, can they fight for this love that is just start to sprout? This story took me from funny points to serious points to wiping my tears points. You want a book with emotion, make sure you get your hands on this one. *ARC received in exchange for an honest review.
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    Long time coming.

    I alway enjoy reading your books. This one was a nice end to a series. Cant wait for your next offering. One of my fave authors.
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