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- Print Length: 247 pages
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- Publication Date: June 7, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00VXWOEW4
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- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #619,014 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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This story is hard to put down, as Ms. Morgen draws you in from the first page.
If possible, I think I enjoyed this follow-up story even more than the first. Jared is everything you could want in a leading man and a partner. He is strong, protective, sensitive and alpha all the way. Savannah continues to build on her feelings of acceptance and self-esteem as she allows her family to truly belong to her – a journey which has been very hard won. The steam is off the charts with the scenes at his brother’s wedding reception one example of the sizzling pages! The author knows how to build suspense whether in the bedroom or out of it and this installment has its share of intrigue and uncertainty as they deal with threats from more than one source. Even when the two struggle with issues of trust between them their bond is still incredibly strong. I loved this eloquent story of survival, strength love. I hope the other Talbot sisters will be back for their own stories as I don’t want to leave this family quite yet.
**Reviewed for BYOB**
Spoilers ahead. What can I say? I adore this writer so much. Ayden tells the story with so much complexity and such believable characters that I felt like I knew them personally and want to pick up the phone to see how they are doing now, lol! Or like I couldn't wait for the next episode of a gripping TV show when all I had to do was read the next chapter. I was truly sorry to see this duet end.
Jared and Savannah have certainly had a rough time of it between both books and now in this book, her mother shows up after being gone for so long after abandoning Savannah as a young girl. Is she there for good or evil? Why show up now after so many years? Only time will tell and Jared makes some pretty bad decisions and finds out that while he thought he was protecting her, Savannah ends up resenting his decisions. The dirty louse, Toby McGee is back in the country and continues to torment Savannah. But, thank God, he gets exactly what he deserves in the end. (but, not a slow enough, anguish filled death for me. He deserved so much worse.) Lexi has a good outcome, too, as well as our favorite couple who finally receive their HEA!
Such is the case with All Cried Out by Ayden K Morgen.
What can I say about a man who loves a woman so deeply, his every thought and action revolves around her? His need to protect and care for Savannah is the all-consuming drive behind his actions. When her ex-boyfriend soaks his evil self into their present, threatening both her and their future, Jared is a man possessed. He cannot allow the malevolent force that belittled and broke her down once to get close enough to do it again, and his training and expertise kick into high gear.
It is a hunt that almost takes away everything he holds dear—including his own life.
One he would give gladly as long as she was safe. But one she cannot live without.
What a ride.
What a man.
So I had to admit, perhaps the sequel did leave me wanting.
Wanting more of them.