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  • Good, but needed some polishing

    Story was interesting, characters had personality. There were some parts that were perhaps little rushed. Other parts needed to be edited in such a way as you could tell who was speaking. Swapping between characters viewpoints was also confusing at times. In particular the last two chapter seemed unrelated to main story and should have been done in epilogue if they were setting up the next story in the series.

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  • Sawyer

    I'm a little late to the party with this series but I enjoyed 'Sawyer', the first book in 'Bishop's Snowy Leap'. Sawyer Bishop is working his last day at the police department before returning home to help his parents when a call comes in that he needs to go out on. Raven Addington had been attacked in the parking lot of the business she owned and was left bleeding profusely from her head. As soon as Sawyer arrives, he recognizes immediately that Raven is his mate. The plot runs deep in this storyline and some of the revelations were surprising, to say the least. Sawyer and Raven were perfect for each other and Raven's daughter Molly was just the frosting on the cake. This was such a great story and I can't wait to read 'Chandler' next.

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