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- Print Length: 361 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1514773457
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Writers in Crime (July 31, 2015)
- Publication Date: July 31, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00X602S8I
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #623,057 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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In Hope we meet Joey a photographer and Talon an auto mechanic. They meet, become fast friends and share their similar backgrounds with each other. Talon want's more then friendship and he's hoping Joey will give it to him but a stalker gets in the way causing Talon to jump into protector mode. It was a joy to watch their friendship turn into something more. The "steam" factor for these two was way above the boiling point.
In Live we meet Juls a recovering drug addict and Reef an ex-drunk/Recluse of the Boise Woods. Their story touched me the most and Juls ended up being my favorite female character. They each struggled with the beginning phase of their life but are at the point where they want to "Live." Together they formed an unbreakable bond that will take them into their future and together they will help each other fight the demons of their past.
In Faith we meet Selena a Criminal Investigator with the United States Air Force and Cullen a D.C. Detective. A bit of a mystery brings them together in Pearl, Ohio. Cullen hasn't been able to stop thinking about the girl he met at the pond long ago who helped him deal with a tragedy in his life but can he forgive her for disappearing after that amazing night? Selena's mom walked out on her and her General father when she was eight years old. If it wasn't for meeting her "sisters" Juls, Joey, Laydi, she may not have survived her pre-teen years. Mystery, intrigue, love and forgiveness bring these characters back to the pond and just maybe a brighter future.
In Persistence we meet Laydi a private investigator and Andrew her Boss/CEO of Off the Record Private Investigations. Let me first say, I fell completely in love with Andrew from the moment I met him and he turned out to be my favorite male character. An urgent call from her father brings Laydi and her new husband Andrew home to Pearl, Ohio. As Laydi is dealing with her father, the investigation she's working on starts to heat up while her new husband tries to keep her from throwing him out of her life. This story has everything I love. A dominant male trying his hardest to protect his strong, independent and brilliant woman while an investigative case blows up around them. These two are so cute. The chemistry between them is a joy to read and their "steam" factor hits a few boiling points especially in the Jet.
It's not often you read an anthology and truly love every story in it but I really did. These four authors are amazing women who I'm sure will continue to give us well written, heart warming, action packed, and steamy love stories for years to come.
There are 4 stories surrounding each character: Joey/Hope, Juls/Live, Selena/Faith and Laydi/Persistence. Each story is individual to the character (along with a hot guy!), but at the same time linked to one another. And because each story is unique in itself, you will be able to relate to at least one character and one story. By the way, love the tattoos too!!
**A bonus to purchasing this book, all proceeds from sales go to the Wounded Warrior Project.
> This is an anthology of 4 stories showcasing strong women. The first story is entitled Hope. This is a love story dealing with the children of alcoholic parents. There is also a little side plot of stalking thrown in for good measure. Talon is the ultimate protective male. Once he realizes Joey is in danger, he claims her, protects her and professes his love for her. The story ends in an HEA for Talen and Joey. The alcoholics in the story are given a chance to help themselves, but as in real life, it is up to them to take it.
>The second story is entitled Live. This is a story of overcoming the odds. Julie's addiction alienates herself from her family. As she comes back to her home town, after hitting rock bottom, she meets up again with Reef, an old neighbor. He, too, struggles with addiction and is homeless. This story shows the plight of the homeless. How unfairly they can be treated and wrongly judged, even by their own families. There is no HEA yet, as Julie and Reef need to learn to live and not just survive.
> The third story is entitled Faith. Salena returns home to care for her father, running into the boy she had a one night stand with, ten years prior. Of course, there is the usual "why'd you leave?" drama, but a mystery surrounding Salena's mom and dad take up most of the story. Cullen's brother, Todd, is a real interesting character. I'd love to see him in his own story. We see the previous relationships going strong, which is always heartening. This story could have been twice as long. There was a lot of double cross and intrigue in it.
>The fourth story is entitled Persistence. Laydi decided that she would never get married because her mother abandoned her and her father. Waking up in Vegas, married to her boss she secretly crushed on, is a huge mistake. I loved this story. The thought of waking up married to a dream guy is fun to read about. Andrew is the perfect guy. I don't get why he'd marry Laydi while she was wasted, but it was a fun plot point. There is a bit of suspense and a lot of Alpha male.
>This set of stories is worth reading if you like HEAs, alpha males and good romance. The book is appropriate for an adult audience.
> I am a reviewer for Paranormal Authors and Romance that Rocks.