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By the time you realize you've started to care about the characters, it's too late! You'll be unable to stop reading.
on June 22, 2016
Rather than mention characters or plot elements, I'm going to tell you what you need to know about this book. Some authors are skilled with their descriptions, others with character development, others with plot. Elizabeth Marx is unusual in her mastery of emotions. Is she a perfect writer? No one is. There are some flaws in the book: punctuation and dialog attribution are two that come to mind. I sometimes had to backtrack to get it clear who was saying what. Those issues don't materially affect the reader's enjoyment of the story. Cutters vs. Jocks is a prequel to Binding Arbitration and, as such, it's a short read. It tugs at the reader's heartstrings and leaves one wanting to know more about the two main characters. Fortunately, Binding Arbitration is available. I hardly paused between finishing Cutters vs. Jocks and starting on the full length Binding Arbitration. My advice to anyone who enjoys romance: Buy this book!