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- Print Length: 124 pages
- Publication Date: June 30, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B073MMV8QN
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #19,275 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Finn (Kennedy Ink.) Kindle Edition
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But when Jay's secret comes out - the Kennedy's react and Jay is alone and defeated. Finn to the rescue. He won't let anyone hurt or diminish Jay for any reason, and stays by his side. Also in this mix is Jay's struggle with his dad, who was a brutal, drunken man to Jay and everyone during Jay's childhood.
This is well written by Jenny Wood, who gives us astonishing characters we adore, hot sexy times, and a heart-grabbing tale.
My only wish is that it was longer..... but that's a good thing. I didn't want to let go of these guys. I wanted MORE !
We do get our HEA and no cliffhanger. Plus I am looking forward to Wade, our veteran getting his battlefield tattoo, and his story.
This is interesting, fun, serious, sweet and pertinent.
I love this series so much. Highly recommended. ENJOY !
As usual, Jenny Wood does a great job of weaving all of these elements together into a warm and entertaining story. There's enough background and introspection given to everyone so that you empathize with them, but not so much that it dwells and turns you off.
If there's one piece of constructive criticism I could give to Jenny Wood (whom I love as an author), it would be to have a better editor proofread the books (this problem appears throughout the whole series). While Ms. Wood is a wonderful author, there seems to be a misunderstanding of how commas are properly used. They either show up where they're not needed, are not there when they should be, or are in the wrong place. This does cause a bit of a disruption in some cases because commas structure a sentence, and misuse of them breaks the sentence up in odd ways. Thankfully though, the intent is still clear and the story is still very enjoyable.
If you've enjoyed the other books, you'll definitely enjoy this one. If you haven't read the other books yet, start with the first one and then work up to this one. That way you can see how all of the relationships on display in this book came together.
The past for Douglas "Jay" Perry comes flooding back as he returns to his home town. His life had been a living hell growing up and now the one man that made it so was on his final days. Jerry Perry was a man living with his inner demons, suppressing them with as much booze as he could, all the while subjecting his son to live through years of torture and mental abuse. After trying to kill someone, he was sent to prison. The next 5 years for his son were changing and healing. The man that returned was not the troubled teen that left. Enter Finn. A man raising his deceased sisters child.
Chance would have it, they'd meet when Lennon ended up in the ER with an ear infection. Fate entwined their lives. Things were smooth between them, something Jay wasn't used to. There was turmoil when the tattoo artist came face to face with them together but it was short lived. That fateful night Jays father was at the end of his journey. He wouldn't face it alone. Jay was there and unbeknownst to him, Finn would be with him every step of the way. What Jay didn't know was that the Kennedy Ink boys would claim his as their own.
Jenny opened every nerve and emotion in this book. Have Kleenex close by.
I will say that there are lots of grammatical errors and that can be distracting. I don't know if this is a new author but if so I can understand just getting started and maybe not being able to afford professional editing. Usually, if a book is one that I can read free with Kindle Unlimited I don't mind editing problems so much. However, when having to outright purchase a book I expect a higher standard.
I would recommend the author look into offering her books thru KU while she gets her feet wet. That program tends to draw more readers and people tend to be more understanding with editing issues. More readers means more money and then professional editing.
I would recommend giving this book a try. The story was beautiful and the characters vivid. I'm going to try another of the series and go from there!
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