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Admission (Brass Book 1) by [Shepherd, Kaithlin]
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Length: 274 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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Product Details

  • File Size: 595 KB
  • Print Length: 274 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0994407939
  • Publisher: Hot Tree Publishing (October 6, 2015)
  • Publication Date: October 6, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0161X46O0
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #801,998 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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By Booklover on October 7, 2015
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Holy moly! There are not words for what I am feeling right now. This is an amazing beginning to a great adventure. If I could give this book more than 5 stars I would. It is action packed and emotional all at the same time. Great read!
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By Krys Barton on January 16, 2016
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Wow I'm kinda at a loss for words to describe this book....
There were a lot of ups and downs, it definitely pulls and pushes you many times. The group of friends that form this book are amazing, I cannot wait to read more.
Crazy good
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Admission Kaithlin Shephard

4 Stars

This is my first time reading anything by Kaithlin Shephard. I read the synopsis and immediately knew this book would be right up my street. I love a book with plenty of twists and turns that will keep me guessing and I believe Admission achieved that.

The story line was brilliant, I really couldn’t have faulted it at all. The anticipation over what was happening and when made me want to pick it up very time I had to set it down.

I know we will be seeing more from this gang of friends and while I really enjoyed hearing about them all, I feel the reason I couldn’t give this 5 stars was partly to do with the secondary characters. For me, I thought we just delved too much into each of their pasts and personalities. While I enjoy getting to know characters this just felt a little too much information for me.

Noah was the ideal Hero, I loved how he had a dark side and things were not always clear cut. I thought he was very alpha male, but I did expect his dominant side to show through a little more than what it did.

Savannah was such a sharp character. I could feel the air of confidence radiate off her, yet there were hints of self consciousness too which is how most females feel. I found I really enjoyed both the lead characters and how they bounced so well off each other.

I hope to hear more from the others, who featured so prominently, in the future.
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Savannah is an assistant us attorney. Noah is a dea and is Savannah's best friend and also her best friend's brother. They are fighting for their feelings along with fighting beside each other over a drug cartel. this book drew me in and im hooked. its very well written and i fell in love with savannah and noah.
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By Nadz2012 on October 28, 2015
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From the moment I began reading I knew I was in for a treat. Although there were moments which I thought was a bit over the top, I loved the story. What’s not to love, a hot male lead, a strong and stubborn female counterpart and a villain who is good at what he does? There was sufficient romance, drama and suspense to keep me glued to my Kindle to the very end.

Admission is the first book in the Brass series and based on what I have experienced thus far, I am eager to see what Kaithlin Shepherd will come with next. In this installment we are introduced to four beautiful, smart and sexy women and their equally handsome, hot and sexy male counterparts. They have been best friends for eighteen years as such, they would do anything to protect each other. Throughout the story we get a synopsis of each of their lives which I believe is the author’s way of leaving her readers craving more of them. I enjoy reading about them and I eagerly await the moment when they each get their own story.

In this installment the focus is on Savannah Walker and Noah Johnson. Savannah is an Assistant US Attorney and Noah works for the DEA. Savannah has been in love with Noah since she was twelve years old, however, she hid her feelings for fear of rejection. Little did she know that Noah felt the same way about her, but just like Savannah he had his own insecurities. He honestly believed that he had nothing to offer her. However, fate has a way of stirring up things when we least expect it.

Savannah was embroiled in a case involving a Colombian drug cartel and Noah as a member of the DEA was assigned to work with her. Their aim was to bring to justice Colombian drug lord, Matios Vasquez.
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4.5 Stars
OH what a good time I had reading this book. Mystery/suspense and romance are my favorite reading genres and Ms. Shepherd did a great job mixing romance and suspense.
Admission is book 1 in the Brass series. If Admission is an example each book stands alone and focuses on one couple’s story. In this story we are following the careers and romance of Assistant US Attorney Savannah Walker and DEA Noah Johnson. Savanah is in love with Noah and has been since her teens. Noah is the brother of Savannah’s best friend. The chemistry is there and her circle of friends (including Noah) know how Savannah feels. However, she lives with the fear that acting on her attraction has the potential of breaking up friendships.
The cast of characters are fun to be with during their down time and full of suspense when they are on an op. The core characters are close friends who all turned out to make law enforcement their career.
In this segment of the story we have Savannah thrown together with Noah and Connor on a big case trying to prosecute drug kingpin Matias Vazquez. The is dangerous for Savannah in so many ways that include emotionally because she has to spend so much time with Noah fitting her feelings and also because Matias is happy killing anyone who tries to fight him.
The suspense is nerve wracking. There are some very interesting twists and turns that surprised me. The author does a fantastic job with Savannah’s character portrayal. She is a very smart, strong woman with goals and aspirations. She fears missing out on true love but fights hard for her friends. The same with Noah. He is a very brave man who puts himself on the line for his friends. I love him but he does get a virtual slap in the face a couple times in the story.
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