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    More with the Bradford siblings

    When I read the first book in the Bourbon Kings series, I found it to be too much like going back in time to an 80's nighttime soap opera. Seriously I compared it to a mix-up of Dynasty, Dallas, and Falcon Crest with a little Knots Landing thrown in for good measure. While I loved each of those shows when they first aired, it was hard to read the first book because some of the characters were not likable. However, I adore JR Ward with everything in me, so I had to give The Angels’ Share a chance, and I'm glad I did. I found the Bradford siblings to pretty much be spoiled rotten brats in the first book. However, as I read The Angels’ Share, I started to see growth with the characters. Lane, who has to step up way more than he ever expected when it came to the family business, actually has grown up so much since the first book. I also enjoyed seeing him with Lizzie, who was one of my favorite characters in the first book. I honestly thought we might see focus on one of the other Bradford siblings, but The Angels’ Share still focused mostly on Lane and Lizzie with glimpses of the other siblings. I did like seeing Lane finally start to grow up and take care of business, and really enjoyed seeing him reach out to his brother Edward. I really liked Edward in The Bourbon Kings, and was honestly hoping he would play a bigger role in The Angels’ Share. I found myself liking him more and more as I saw him interact with his family. I thought we might get more time with Gin, and though I have to say she is taking way longer to grow up than her siblings, I did like the changes she made for herself and her daughter. Maxwell Bradford returned towards the end of the book, and I feel like he might play an important role in the next book. There are so many twist and turns in The Angels’ Share, some I saw coming others totally threw me for a loop. I really enjoyed The Angels’ Share and am looking forward to the next installment in the Bourbon King's series, which I'm pretty sure won't be out until next summer. Rating: 3.75 Stars (B-) Review copy provided by publisher
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    Perfect follow up to The Bourbon Kings.

    In typical J.R. Ward style, you get sucked in by her ability to craft words into a beautifully heart breaking story. Overall this story is a perfect follow up to The Bourbon King’s and will leave the reader in tears, while also feeling somewhat happy with the way the story went. It was bittersweet reaching the end of this story. The anticipation for another one is this series is slightly overwhelming. I can’t wait for more. I love how this series is written. The words on the page written like a script for a television mini-series. Chapter by chapter you’re looking through the eyes of the many characters. I am in awe of J.R. Ward’s gift. She sucks you right into the story with her writing. You smell the bourbon as its poured, you see the beautiful portrait she paints in your mind of the Baldwine’s Easterly Estate. You are mentally transported into a world of love, fortune, secrets, deception and lies. You feel the pain as it’s described when reading the parts of Edwards story. Be prepared to feel emotions you are not expecting for characters you may not expect to feel them for. Oh what a tangled web we weave. This book is a gigantic web of secrets. Chapter after chapter you will find yourself following the web, only to find another twist at the next chapter. There are so many moments that you’ll gasp with the horror as the plot thickens. Page after page I was enthralled. Fully invested in the characters and the story. Bravo, J.R. Ward, Bravo!
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    The Angels' Share

    What is it with authors now writing cliffhangers and then not realeasing the next book for a year? I do not find incomplete books to be enjoyable. Very disappointed. If you don't mind a book just stopping then this book is for you.
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    Good book

    Another great book, love this series. It pulls you in. Can't wait for the next one. ......................
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    Addictive Soap Opera

    I don't know what it is about this family. I usually do not like soap operas, but I really like this series. Most everyone is wealthy or used to be or is on their way up. There are scandals, deaths, affairs and all the major causes of drama. I like most of the characters despite most of their spoiled upbringing and some bad behavior. It ends in a cliffy. I'm really into it and can't wait for the next installment.
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