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G-Men the Series by [Smith, Andrea]
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Product Details

  • File Size: 2889 KB
  • Print Length: 1386 pages
  • Publication Date: March 24, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00SDXJ87M
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #130,799 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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G-Men, The Series is definitely one of the best series I have ever read and I highly recommend that you one click it immediately!!! Here is a breakdown of the series by book:


Wow, I had to sit on this one through a good night's sleep just to process how I was feeling. One, I absolutely loved this book and I love the way that Andrea Smith lifts her characters off of the pages and into real life. Diamond Girl was such an interesting story with a unique and original plot line that I found really refreshing. Two - I definitely need more of these characters! Good thing I'm getting them in the next few books!

This story is mainly told from the h's (Diamond Girl, Sunny, Sammie, Samantha) POV, but we also get elements of the H's POV as well, which brings a new dimension to the story. I always appreciate this in a book so that it is not so one sided and you actually end up learning a lot more through dual or multiple POVs. It definitely works in this story. Diamond Girl follows a bored 35 year old housewife in a loveless marriage who finds herself suddenly with empty nest syndrome after her only daughter goes away to college. Suspecting that her husband is having an affair, she decides to finally do something for herself in life and starts working out, hard. One of the classes offered, that she does not want to take at first, is of course, a pole-dancing class. She excels at dancing and makes the choice to visit a friend's sister who runs a gentleman's club in town. This propels her from her bland world and into one filled with seedy clubs and bikers. One smoking hot biker, in particular, Slate (our H), takes a special liking to Diamond Girl. From the start, he seems more protective of her, which made me question his motives.
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I was originally going to buy just one of the books. I normally check out the series first and was happy to see the complete series for the same price as the one book. I was not disappointed. I recommend that you read them in order. I stayed up very late all three nights to finish the books. Each story is individual but connected. I loved loved loved the first two books, Diamond Girl and Love Plus one. Diamond Girl does have a couple scenes which are dark (rape). The third book, Night Moves deals with a child molester. The scenes are not drawn out but are written to show the damage done to the main characters. While the subject matter isn't pleasant it is necessary for the story line. While I don't agree with how the characters deal with the incidents, the author definitely portrays how different people deal with different situations.
The G-Men Holiday wrap wasn't a fav. It was a 12 day cruise where each couple had some issue where they weren't speaking. I found it juvenile and could have skipped it completely.
I recommend that you DO NOT read the bonus chapter at the end that the author said was a 'fake' chapter that she wrote because she had writers block. She does give a warning and I can see how when she sent it to her publisher as a joke she told her that it ruined the series, which I have to agree. There are some lines that shouldn't be crossed and that was one of them. I would have preferred if she hadn't included it in the series. Why write it if your publisher tells you it's awful?
The other books were great.
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Diamond Girl was about Sam and Slate. Sam was an unhappy housewife who needed hobbies of her own once her daughter Lindsey left for college. So Sam joined the gym to get fit to become more appealing for her husband Jack. Sam was approached to try pole dancing working at a gentlemen's club. Sam met Slate who was a biker that frequented the club. Slate and Sam began a sexual hook up since Sam's husband traveled and showed no interest in sex with his wife. In the mist of this Jack her husband was being investigated by the Feds. Sam started to unravel her own concerns in regards to deposits being made. Some twist and turns and some unexpected developments changed the entire premise of the story. Long story short Sam gained her identity in the form of a dancer with a fit body of a twenty something old while acquiring a younger man who performed wondrously in bed. A few more shocks and we reach our HEA which leads into book two with her daughter, Lindsey.

Love Plus One was about Lindsey and Taz. Lindsey was a twenty year old virgin aching to discover what all the hype about sex was that people brag about. Lindsey approached Taz with her plan to rid herself of her virginity. Taz was only supposed to educate her about sex but instead the physical connection tethered them. Lindsey was still in imminent danger by the people involved in making the drugs in the previous book. Some shocking revelations and some sick and twisted outcomes led to another HEA ending.

Night Moves was about Darcy and Easton. Darcy was Lindsey's friend. Easton was Taz's half brother. They met while Darcy was in Belize. Then they were reintroduced at a wedding. Easton was a ladies man and had no shame flaunting Lacee, his assistant in front of Darcy. Darcy was a desperate woman aiming to hook up with Easton.
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