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    Spun Out by Lorelei James

    A Blacktop Cowboys novel is always a fantastic read. The characters are very well written and the storyline is always well paced. Ms. James has written a book that deals with problems anyone can have. I’m always sorry to finish one of her books and can hardly wait for the next one. I highly recommend this book.
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    SPUN OUTBy Lorelei James

    Lorelei You Have Done It Again. Welcome back to Muddy Gap . I have truly loved each book in this series. SPUN OUT is no different. Sargent B or Bailey is truly a remarkable women and has so much to give to Streeter and His complicated but sweet little girl. Together the three of them take you on yet another chapter in the Muddy Gap saga. As always the Mud Lillies make and appearance but it’s always amazing how they they look out for everyone in Muddy Gap. This story has so many emotions that you laugh, you cry and you say YOU GO GIRL.
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    Spun out

    I have read all the books in the series, and you are never disappointing. Great story line for the third girl in the family to end up with Streeter.
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    ***5 Stars***

    ***5 Stars*** Ahhhh...where to begin?? How about a confession or two?? First one: This series has been one of my absolute favorites for many, many years and I get all kinds of happy when I get to spend a few hours with the Muddy Gap crew. Second one: Bran and Harper (Saddled & Spurred) are my fav couple of the series. Even after all this time, they are still the ones that I NEED to have updates on ~ even if they are just in passing. So, with the Turners being my fav’s it shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone that I did a happy dance that Bailey was finally getting her own HEA, especially since both of her sister’s had already gotten theirs, and this book gave me everything I could have wanted and didn’t know I wanted. I adored Bailey, and not only because she is Harper & Liberty’s baby sister, but because she was pretty amazing. She’s sassy, sweet and strong in more ways than one. She isn’t afraid to speak her mind, but isn’t abrasive ~ at least not unless the situation calls for it. Streeter…this man. My heart hurt for him. He’s been through so much and outside of giving his all to his daughter, he is simply living a half life for himself. But as things progressed and he started to truly live, I loved getting to know the man who was that heady mix of panty melting alpha AF goodness and heart warming vulnerability. Bailey and Streeter’s journey definitely started off on an interesting foot, but I loved how everything played out for them. They had this flow between them that despite all the obstacles they faced, I had no doubt they’d come out stronger in the end. And they did. The bantering was on point, the smexy was HAWT and I loved how they truly appreciated everything about each other. The big bump in the road was and wasn’t a surprise, cryptic I know, but when it was exposed everything that led up to that point made sense and though the fall out was intense, I loved how everything worked out for both of them in the end. This was a great read, and a great addition to the series. I was hooked from the start and really didn’t want it to end. This one tackles some pretty heavy topics that could be triggers for some, but all were handled with respectful and compassionate hand and gave depth to the characters involved. And speaking of characters...this baby is chock full of amazing moments with so many of the Muddy Gap crew I’ve come to love as the series has progressed that it made my heart all kinds of happy. Obviously getting to catch up with the Turner’s and the McClain’s made me all kinds of happy but seeing how almost everyone was doing was awesome, and the Mud Lilies were, as always, a joy to have pop on in. Note: While you can read this one as a stand-alone, I honestly believe you’ll get a lot more out of it if you start at the beginning of the series and work your way through so that you’ll get the full impact of all that happens in this baby. ~ Copy provided by the author & voluntarily reviewed ~
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    A Cowboy to Swoon for...

    Holy Hotness…It’s the Blacktop Cowboy’s back in the groove. This is the final book in this series and while I have enjoyed all of the families of Split Rock and Muddy Gap, this is the perfect conclusion. Bailey and Streeter are two damaged individuals with very different issues. Bailey comes to help her sister and work through her future and Streeter is trying to get past his disappointed past relationship and raise an independent and strong willed daughter. In the past, the series has focused on the individual characters and how they work in their own relationships. This story is a little more dependent on the other characters and their relationships to the main characters. Bailey’s relationship with Harper plays a pretty big role in how she sees herself and therefore what she is willing to put into her building relationship with Streeter. And Streeters past with his wife and his family definitely affect what he is willing to try with Bailey. It is still LJ and the Blacktop Cowboys series and the hotness factor doesn’t disappoint. I will enjoy waiting to see if the kids grow up and get their own stories. No pressure though….
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