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  • Bring on the Kings

    This is book 3 in the Kings of the Castle Series and they just keep getting better and better. Can we also all just acknowledge that each of these books is written by a different author which is amazing when you start to read them because the details cross over from book to book. You can tell not only that the authors have a great working relationship together but also care about the series enough to make sure they do not contradict each other. This story is about Shaz and Camilla. Shaz is a strong and independent youngest son who has no desire to take over the family business. He wants to continue helping in immigration law and helping young women who have come into his office seeking assistance. Camilla is one of those women. She is on a Visa to the states to get a medical procedure for her daughter that can not be done in Jamaica. Her ex is trying to force her into giving their daughter up for adoption to a very corrupt politician who will stop at nothing to give his wife the daughter she fell in love with at the hospital. This book had so many ups and downs. You could feel the love Camilla has for her daughter and this book gets inside you and makes you feel like you are on this fight with her to not only save her babies life but also save her from the men trying to kidnap/adopt her. This story also has a gut punch to it with human trafficking with minor women. J.L. Campbell did not shy away from detailing this world out in all of its ugliness and really brought light to a growing problem here in the states. The way she describes the cells and the torture these women went through made you feel not only a certain way for these women but made you feel for the 9 men that were determined to bring them justice. This book made me fall even more in love with each one of the Kings and their unique skill set.. On a lighter note I love the families in this story. From Aunt Mabel to Shaz's mother Paula you can tell they do not take any lip from their children or their family. Thank you to netgalley, J.L. Campbell and Macro Publishing for allowing me to read this ARC in exchange for my honest review.

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  • Bold, Colorful Romance!

    King of Evanston by award-winning Jamaican author, J. L. Campbell, is book three of the nine book Kings of the Castle series penned by various female authors. Book one, Kings of the Castle is an introduction to all of the Kings. Books two through nine are standalone with no cliffhangers and can be read in any order, though I’m reading them in sequence. Nine former students of Khalil Germaine, now Kings of The Castle, are recruited by their mentor to root out and eliminate the corruption that has infiltrated The Castle, initially a humanitarian endeavor. They vow to protect The Castle and each other from future attacks, while searching for the person or persons responsible for the attempted assassination of their mentor. Along the way they meet some extraordinary women. This is Shastra Bostwick’s story. Shastra “Shaz” Bostwick is an immigration lawyer of Jamaican descent. As a immigrant himself, he understands and sympathizes with his new client, Camilla Gibson. He’s working with his Castle brothers to protect Camilla’s daughter and shutdown the network that’s seizing children through illegal adoptions. Shaz knows he is jeopardizing his personal and business ethics by entertaining thoughts of a relationship with a client, but he wants Camilla fiercely. Camilla Gibson is a Jamaican mother fighting to retain custody of her daughter, Ayanna, who has a congenital heart condition and needs a procedure she can only get in the States. Derrick Porter, Camilla’s ex, has aligned himself with some unscrupulous politicians and businessmen who plan to gain custody of Ayanna through an illegal adoption. Camilla has sought help from lawyer, Shastra Bostwick, because she’s been told she can trust him. Camilla’s life is in turmoil and she shouldn’t be having thoughts of any man, but Shaz is working his way into her heart. King of Evanston is a delicious course in the multicultural literary feast served in book one and continued in book two. The author’s personal knowledge of Jamaican culture, traditions and colloquialisms adds interest and color. The character’s full backgrounds are integrated into the story, providing needed clarity. I was completely entrenched in the plot. This is another success for a bold and one-of-a-kind series. King of Evanston is a 5 out of 5 star read. I recommend it to anyone who enjoys multicultural romantic suspense or well-written contemporary romance. There is some sexual content that may not be suitable for sensitive readers. My thanks to Independent Publishers Group and NetGalley for the opportunity to read an advance copy of this book. However, the opinions expressed in this review are 100% mine and mine alone.

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  • King of Evanston

    Loved this book. I am really enjoying this series.

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