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Indigo (The Smoky Blues) (Volume 4) Paperback – June 10, 2017
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These stories explore the family members in a continuous stream of love, loss, anger and retribution. In Indigo, she has outdone herself. The lead characters are designed to make them the most impossible couple ever imagined. And yet, Mims brings out the yearning each has for the other with deft strokes and bright images. We feel Timberlynn’s grief at the loss of her beloved husband, Jake, her fury at Sawyer Ellison and her shame when her grief and a bit too much alcohol drop her into Sawyer’s bed.
If Sawyer were a typical villain, a man we could love to hate, this story would still be interesting. But Sawyer is haunted in his turn, having watched his parents being slaughtered by drug dealers at a tender age. His resultant passion for the destruction of drugs in America is the reason for his involvement in Jake’s death.
Obviously, these two have no hope of coming together.
Unless they are characters who belong to Mims who crafts a situation in which they cannot fail to come together and includes the fireworks, pain, grief, yearning and attraction it takes to make this thing work. As I said, I highly recommend you read all of these stories. But Indigo is so far my favorite.
**This book was given to me in exchange for an HONEST review.