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  • What a Great Addition to a Fantastic Series

    Stone was the Kane brother who had left and no one really heard anything from him for long periods of time. He was dealing with so much death and destruction after serving in Iraq on the bomb squad. After what he had seen there and then what we are surprised to find out in this book regarding his childhood, it is really no surprise than he had turned to booze and drugs to deal with everything he has been through. Stone was also a guitarist for a rock band that was drawing more and more fans. The groupies and drugs came easy…until he latched eyes on someone while he was entertaining a groupie. Jaggs had become a part of the Kane family since arriving in town and had shown up at one of Stone’s concerts with his brothers. Jaggs and Stone’s brother Crash had become really close friends from the beginning since they both were dealing with deaths and Crash even hired Jaggs as a mechanic for his garage. Stone knew her real reason for coming to town and latching onto the Kane family but things had changed and she wanted nothing more than to belong to this family that showed her love that she never really had as a child. The connection between these two was one heck of a ride. There were so many secrets and trust issues that they had to look at even though they were drawn to each other physically. Could Jaggs ever except Stone knowing all of the baggage he was carrying and could Stone forgive Jaggs for wanting to hurt him for what happened to her sister. Yep, I told you there was a lot going down between these two but I am so glad I was along for the ride of the story between Stone and Jaggs. If you haven’t read about the other Kane Brothers make sure you grab your copy of their books because I loved each and every one of them!! I highly recommend this book and this series.

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  • Wonderful ending to the series

    Stone is the packed full of emotions, Kelly Gendron gutted me with Stone's story and then tore my heart out with Jaggs' story. The words she put on the pages pulled me into Stone's story. I didn't want to climb back out. Past books in the series told the reader that Stone had problems. Past books told the reader that he had the support of his family. Past books told the the reader that his family never gave up hope that Stone would find his purpose and himself. Past books gave us a big of Jagg. But the reader really never truly new Jaggs' story until now. Grab some tissues. If you didn't cry reading about Stone's past; the emotional build up is going to boil over when you get a look at Jaggs' past. My heart bled. My eyes wept. My head hurt. Luckily, there was always a glimmer of hope oozing through the pages leading me on, Taking me to the finish line. Kelly Gendron healed me with an ending that has me glowing. So beautiful. So precious. Just perfect. Even better the second time around.

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  • Good Read

    The story line was great, the character work was fantastic and the book had a smooth flow to it. This is the first book by this author that I've read, but it won't be the last. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • Heart-breaking and hopeful journey to love

    Stone, the mysterious Kane brother, delivers a sexy and heart-breaking yet hopeful story. Jaggs has found a family but she has secrets that may push this new family away from her. She truly hates Stone so when this story starts, how these two could end up together is truly a mystery. Each one is caring the battle scars of a hard-lived life. The beauty of this relationship is the patience Stone shows as he finds ways to have Jaggs in his life. This allows both of them to find a comfort zone to confront the demons which just might allow them to open up a door to love. Truly fabulous how this happens while also keeping us connected to the wonderful Kane family.

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  • Steam drama

    This well-written storyline is an enemies to lovers romance. The main characters seemed to hate each other and a HEA would not be possible but backgrounds are revealed, chemistry abounds and a HEA seems more likely. The reader should start this series at the beginning due to multiple characters and connections being referenced. I liked this book. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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