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  • Spun Out

    This is an all feelings book. It gets down to the nitty gritty of some tough subjects. I laughed and I cried. It’s well written and enlightening. Streeter and Olivia have been through some hard times. Bailey has had some tough issues to work through and a future to thing about. We get to see how they work together and learn to love, trust and believe in each other.

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  • Great series!

    Haven't read a book yet in this series or any of Ms James other books, that I didn't like. Great story lines. I really like how she writes about anxiety and depression in this particular book. Both are very common and treatable mental health issues that people should not feel ashamed if they experience eitherr.

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  • A Must Read for any Romance Reader

    While this book is the final installment of the Blacktop Cowboys series and it helps know some character background, by no means do you need to have read any of the others in the series before hand, (but why wouldn't you?). There is good background information to help the reader understand what is going on and why. The story line is a serious one about sicknesses and diseases - it is heart wrenching at times to read the emotions that the main characters were feeling --- but that makes you want to keep reading. Two things I wish were covered better --1) saying one never saw any symptoms of an issue/illness is plausible but I think that, in retrospect and in therapy, Streeter would have seen what he missed. The second is - why did Bailey not give back the drums??? I think it was just so she had someone to see every morning but tell the poor girl why! I didn’t feel any less love for this story due to these issues, however, and as usual James has written a great story that keeps you engaged – and wanting more. In the end I love the story line of two lost souls finding each other -- and how the souls joined to complete a family. Sad to see this series end. Love Lorelei James - her style and variety is worth your time

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  • HOT COWBOY ALERT!

    Bailey, Streeter, and little Olivia made my day, my week, my month. With everything stacked against them, in life, in luck, they persevered, they carried on, they cared, and the loved. Streeter suffered from the loss of his wife, the concern for the suffering of his daughter, uncaring parent, sibling, and in-laws. But his heart was whole, his wanted peace, and it overflowed with concern and care for his daughter, Olivia. Bailey had always wanted to be noticed, loved, and cared for, but life from an early age taught her to be wary and aloof. Physical was great, but deep down, she wanted someone to know and love her, make her feel needed and cherished. Her life had handed her physical and mental issues that she held close. Sharing them was the same as sharing her heart, and she guarded that fiercely, all be it, hopelessly, because she fell for Streeter and Olivia I loved this book dealt with a myriad of mental health issues, clearly, without judgment, and without excuse. That it talked about the human condition as a part of everyday life, not something extraordinary or special. I loved that the struggles of survivors isn’t portrayed as overdramatic, or singular, but unique for all involved. There is no quick fix, but there is a way for everyone. I love that Streeter and Bailey found each other, and at the right time, for them to fall in love, and have a richly deserved HEA!

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  • Amazing Story!

    Spun Out is Book 10 of Lorelei James' Blacktop Cowboys series. While I've read most of the series, I haven't had a chance to read them all and I'd say even though past characters do make appearances throughout, it stands perfectly fine on its own. This was a fun, steamy, wonderful romance that didn't shy away from some of the tough stuff in life. Bailey and Streeter were an amazing couple and at times I swore the heat between them was going to melt my Kindle! Another amazing addition to the series and I look forward to more Blacktop Cowboys!

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