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    loved it

    No one knew the details of his past they just knew it was bad. Kyle kept up appearances and was the big time play boy but one slip up and his world flipped in ways he never imagined. While his life is changing his past is always a step away. When he realizes he must come clean and let the Dogs know everything so he can get the help he needs, he had no idea the Pandora's box he was opening. His arch enemy may be the one to not only save his hide but win his heart at the same time. When the shared history of abusive/negligent parents gives them a better understanding of what's hidden beneath their layers they find they may have more in common than they could conceive. This author bout broke my heart with these two. Their past their present their pains and challenges. Leaning on each other and allowing their strength to help them through will give them their victory. I love this author's style and her characters have definitely won my devotion. I can't wait for more the Dogs and Wags.
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    Kyle and Violet

    Each book in this series of standalone stories seems to get better and better. I'll be honest and admit that I wasn't sure I'd enjoy Kyle's story. He hasn't been my favorite in the past couple of books, mostly because he just hasn't been nice. I did like Violet and felt for her, especially as she started to open up more and more. With that in mind I went into this book with an open mind and was completely thrown off and intrigued from chapter 1. We see a side of Kyle that we've never seen before and we finally get to learn what made him the man he is today. He's broken and don't think he's repairable. But that all changes, and for the better. We also get a better understanding of Violet and what makes her tick. My heart was with her this whole time and I loved that not only did we get to know her better but we also got to see her finally happy, truly happy. There was only one thing I wasn't so sure about in this book and that was Mel. She asked to go to the bathroom and she was laid off and she was upset and then she comes strolling back happy as a clam? And then the next day Kyle's keys are missing? I think we missed something that, or at least I did. I wouldn't mind a better understanding (no not a Mel book as she was just weird, but a conclusion to her crazy). Either way, I enjoyed this book and am looking forward to Lance's story.
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    ... brutally honest and heartbreakingly real.

    Kyle is a runner. Fear has kept him always on the move, never looking back. Trying to escape the painful shame of a past he had no control over. He's been running for far too long. Violet is a fighter. She's had her share of bad luck. In life and love, she can never get ahead. Until fate steps in to point her in the wrong direction at the right time. Kyle and Violet's story is an anthem of hope. Marred is a look at what courageous really means. Thompson stares down a past permeated with heartache and turns it into an inspiration. Marred is finding the strength to give of one's self, even when we don't know how. The emotions are brutally honest and heartbreakingly real.
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