- File Size: 1914 KB
- Print Length: 960 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: June 11, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07DP5Q4BN
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,430 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Blackjack Bears: The Complete Collection (Koche Brothers Books 1-5) Kindle Edition
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I received an ARC copy of this book with the option to leave a review.
Oh yeah, this series might just be better than the Green Bearets. The Koche brothers are probably more ruthless than ever imagined.
They have their own code of ethics and don't regret. They fight each other but fight better together against others. Family united and family first.
Pierce's story just was interesting. You have a band of brothers that are trouble with a side of sexy but just a little mysterious but not quite sure why...hopefully more of the badazzzness comes out in the other books. Really curious about the youngest sibling.
Introduction to the "Institute" and a maybe a fringe fighting group but who knows at this point.
So please lets get the party started with the Koche Brothers.
Keane - Critical Thinking
Trying to decide if I like Kean better than Pierce.
The story will give you a bear coming into his own and trying to stand on his two feet and do the right thing. Bucking the older brothers and being a follower is not come natural to Kean.
Being more of a thinker than quick to action women kind of come and go falling in love is so easy but knowing if it's real love or not it's hard.
Gavin - Making a Change
Another sure winner for the Blackjack bears series.
Gavin is a different than his brothers which makes this story a little more interesting. The author writing of this character was well done. She kept Gavin interesting and developed. His character straddles the middle between the brothers as peacekeeper and voice of reason and the occasion butt kicker when they need it.
If you like a man that enjoys looking at the night sky then he is the bear for you.
Kassian - I believe this to be a really good book. Of the three I think Kassian was the best.
You have a hard core bear that is not use to change within the family dynamics. He has become more volatile since Maxissus was taken. Feeling a little left out now that the younger brothers are finding mates and not relying on him to make decision is testing his patience.
How can he free his older brother and keep his family safe? Brute force is the only thing he knows but the others argue against it? Can a mouthy woman hold the answer to getting his brother free?
Maximus - Beneath the Skin
I think this is the best book by far. Maximus was not what I expected this is not a bad thing. The character was written in such away that made you think, "Is this the elder brother that they loved to fear?"
The author showed the inner beast that no one really ever saw. Well done Amelia.
I have voluntarily read and review this book without obligation to the author.
I have read and reviewed this as a voluntary ARC.
Bear shifters who come across as not the brightest bulb in the box. From the two stories I was able to push myself to read, I found the characters to be very flat. The first story starts with the brothers in some sort of prison, then they are busted out. No telling as to why or how the brothers are put into prison. Some hints to them training to be shifter soldiers, maybe. The first two stories end the same way.