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    Favorite Quotes: “I loved God, but according to her, anything short of becoming a missionary was not considered God’s work. I was certainly no missionary. I didn’t even like that position.” “I saw Tracy here almost daily and I’d always wanted to ask her out, but I also liked free coffee. One thing was certain, if I asked her out, I’d never get free coffee again.” “I was sure hormones had come into play. It was the only explanation for why she kept looking at me like I was a second helping of pecan pie.” “There isn’t a word strong enough to tell you how I feel. I love you. I adore you. I cherish you. I worship you. My life was nothing until God gave me you. No one will ever take that away from me.” “After all the years I’d known her, it turned out that I never really knew her; I never knew what she was fully capable of. I’d spent so many years without her. Now I wanted to spend the rest of my life absorbing every detail of her.” “This is your life wifey. The preacher said so two weeks ago.” My Review: I love this group of friends and was surprised I found myself aligned with Angie and antagonized at Tom – I mean… come on - Angie? Of all people! But - she was not who I thought she was, and I yet I am so very happy to be wrong. The story was full of surprises, wry humor, intrigue, and suspense. I adore Jaycee Ford and am already looking forward to her next book.
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    Mosquito Chase is the fourth and final installment in Jaycee Ford's Love Bug series. I'm not even going to pretend that I'm not a fan of this author or this series. I am, absolutely. As a fan, I've been anxiously awaiting Caleb's story. We met him early on in the series, but we didn't get much of his story. "Angela Butler. In a million years, I would never have guessed that I would've fallen in love with her." Caleb Harris, Paul's brother and a local policeman, had his heart broken as a young man. That experience so deeply colored his view on relationships and trust, that he never allowed himself to open up to the idea of one, going so far as to put rules in place to keep him in check and prevent a deeper connection from forming during his many one-night-stands. But all of that changed the day a very pregnant Angela Butler showed up at his door. Angela Butler hasn't had an easy life. Partially due to her own choices and decisions, partially due to rumors she never cared enough to clear up or defend herself against. The first chance she got, she fled her hometown for Atlanta, and it was there that she fell in love. Her fiancé, a drug-dealing strip club owner, was in the process of cleaning up his life so he and Angie could move on to better things - cleaner things - when he was killed. Angie, an unwitting witness to this murder, went on the run and with nowhere else to go and no one to protect her, she returned to the one place she swore she never would, to the only man she thought could protect her and her unborn son. "...hope, Angie. You gave me hope." Caleb takes Angie in concealing her whereabouts from everyone. Inevitably, they begin to get to know each other, and slowly but surely, both of them realize just how much more there is to the other. It's Caleb, very surprisingly, who is the first to come to terms with his feelings for Angie. She, on the other hand, is still grieving the loss of her fiancé, and she is scared to open herself up to the possibility of Caleb. Because along with Caleb, comes the rest of the crew, a crew consisting of the very men who have shaped Angie's self imagine and reputation to what it is now. How could she possibly accept the all of them, and they her, to have any real future with Caleb. "For the first time in my life, I considered Ellie a friend." Cue Ellie Harris. Recognizing that her brother in law is in love with this woman, Ellie bridges the gap and welcomes Angie into the fold, with Jordan right behind her. For the first time in her life, Angie has friends and she finds that she really likes them. But what will happen when Angie's past catches up with her? Will Caleb be able to protect her and her son? And when the drama dies down, will they still feel the same about each other? Jaycee Ford has penned the perfect cap to this series in Mosquito Chase. As usual, she has given her readers a well written, richly told, emotional, suspenseful and sexy read in Caleb and Angie's love story. I absolutely loved it! Jaycee Ford is an author who's work I look forward to, and she's a no hesitation, auto-buy author for me! Congratulations on another fantastic story, Ms. Ford!

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