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  • 4.5 stars!

    What I love about Jay Crownover is that she doesn't write typical new adult novels. Her books, and particularly this series, have realistic characters, engaging and suspenseful storylines, and scenery so vivid it feels like it's own character. Anti-heroes and the good girls who love them are Jay’s specialty. This series is my favorite of all of her books. I love how multi-layered, gritty, and realistic they are. Better When He’s Brave picks up immediately where Better When He’s Bold let off. The Point is on shaky ground and there is an unknown threat wreaking havoc and making people pay with their lives. The cast of characters we know and love is back to save their city and protect their family from a madman hell-bent on taking them all down. Having a book with Titus’s point of view is a nice contrast to the first two books, where the story is told from the wrong side of the law. Titus has dedicated his career and sacrificed most of his personal life to protect the people of the Point. Most days, it feels like a losing battle, but he feels he must save it to save himself. Reeve is an interesting character, and I had mixed feelings about her. She has faced bad situations and made bad choices because of it. Unlike most living in the Point, she has a conscience and wants to make things right--even when she knows that it will cost her her life. Reeve has intimate details about the threat attacking the Point, and Titus can’t save his city without her. I really wanted to hate Reeve for what she did to poor, sweet Dovie (in the first book), but she started to grow on me after hearing her side of the story and I came to the realization that Reeve is just a product of her (bad) environment. I also liked the fact that she is strong and confident, has nothing but fight in her, and isn’t afraid to do the hard work and get her hands dirty. Titus and Reeve seem like an unlikely pair; a saintly detective who falls for the criminal with a soft heart, but it works. And it is explosively hot when Titus finally lets go of his strict control and gives in to the temptation Reeve is providing. Although I didn’t feel as ‘warm and fuzzy’ about this couple as the previous two, the solid writing, the suspense, and the imagery kept me hooked on the story, as well as the series. I can’t wait to see what Jay has in store for the next book!

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  • Another great from this author!

    I was looking forward to reading this one because I loved Titus in the first two books. He is one of the characters in the series who is really trying to do good for the citizens of The Point. This time around, Reeve, the one who betrayed Dovey in the first book, is back and wants to make things right. She has information about who is causing havoc with the people of the city. She knows that Titus needs her to bring him down for good. Her arrival isn't welcomed by many so it causes some tense moment. So, did I love the book? Yep, I loved the book! I loved Titus and Reeve together. What I loved about Titus is that even though he has started to see more of a grey area between good and evil, he ultimately stays true to himself and his need to uphold the law. That made me admire his character more. I felt badly for Reeve. Her reasons for betrayal were understandable and I was rooting for her to be able to redeem herself. She is a strong female lead who really gets what The Point is all about. I also loved the way she insisted on calling people by their given names instead of the names The Point had given them. Her ability to see the person behind the facade was endearing. There are a couple of interesting twists in the story, so it will keep you guessing. It looks like Nassir's story is up next. While I look forward to his story, I am most looking forward to Booker's story and seeing how he gets back into everyone's good graces. I am a HUGE fan of Ms. Crownover's Marked Men series. If you love that one, I urge you to check out this series as well. It is a darker series, but the men are just as sexy and alpha and hard to resist.

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