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Irons: The Norfolk series by [Fields, MJ]
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Length: 206 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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  • File Size: 1395 KB
  • Print Length: 206 pages
  • Publisher: MJ Fields Books; 2 edition (August 10, 2014)
  • Publication Date: August 10, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
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Jax is a United States Navy helicopter pilot and he loses his best friend William Cruz. Will's sister Frankie tells him she loves him and he walks away. Jax is forced to Florida after Will's death to help train new recruits and ends up staying for 3 years. When he returns he runs into Frankie.

Jax wants to give him and Frankie being together a go, but Frankie has a lot of emotional baggage from losing her brother. Will she let him in?

There are so many aspects to the first part of Jax and Frankie's story that you are wondering how much more can they take and still stay together? Governor races, crazy ex-girlfriends, public appearances, mothers who only care about what other people think of them. It makes me very happy that I didn't grow up in the upper 5% because they treat each other like crap.
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By andrewsheath on August 11, 2014
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This book is different from the other ones MJ has written, mainly because I didn't want to kill the main lead, okay that's not true I wanted to kill him at times especially when his balls would shrivel up and he can't man up and make his parents see s***, but other than that he wasn't a cheater (always a plus in my book ladies). He also is well endowed we can totally thank Frankie for that little fact, "Jax." I sat up and undid his pants. "Jesus, that thing is huge." Jax has some erm.... anger issues is what you would call them, "oh that's right, I can eff you, lick and eat you without knowing you're effing a guy who happens to be your boyfriend that marks yous A**!" Okay so there's a little bit of cheating but it's not the guy this time I mean that stands for something, also Jax makes a stand which in MJ's other books you didn't really see the other person give an ultimatum, "when you've broken up with him, that's all yours." I pulled my pants up and adjusted myself as I buttoned and zipped. "Until then, you don't get that part of me." Frankie she is insecure and honestly I just wanted to b****-slap her and tell her to freakin' grow a pair and get over and just work her s*** out. And yes ladies there is sort of a cliffhanger but it wasn't bad I didn't think and that coming from me is kinda huge and there will be two more parts, not sure why there can't be just one more part because that means we have to wait to see what the eff happens between Frankie and Jax. Personally they both need some balls to stand up for themselves.
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**4.5 Stars**

Jaxson Irons is pilot for the United States Navy. Jax has a problem showing his true feelings mainly because of the way he was raised. With his best friend and fellow pilot dead he must make it through the funeral with a family that he considers his own. After the funeral he is being shipped to Pensacola to pull himself back together and train some of the new guys.

“I kept myself in top physical and mental condition. My hands were lethal weapons, my body was the property of the United States Navy and I was damn proud of it.”

Francesca (Frankie) Cruz is the sister of Jax’s best friend William Cruz. Frankie does not take her brother’s death very well at all. Frankie has grown up around Jax and William and was very close to her brother. Frankie also has had a crush on Jax pretty much her entire life. With Jax leaving for Pensacola Frankie decides to put her feeling on the line.

“I’m a really good kisser. Someday you’ll regret that you didn’t experience the full effect.”

Jax being gone for so long kind of puts things in perspective for himself. And the only thing he cannot get off of his mind is the one kiss that he shared with Frankie. Deciding he wants to take his feelings for her to the next step and debating how his best friend would feel about it proves to be difficult especially when she is working so close to him.

“F***ing beautiful.”

I grabbed her and kissed her."God, you’re f***ing beautiful, Frankie, when did this happen?"

“Birth, same as you.” she said as she lifted my shirt.

“God forgive me for what I’m about to do,” was the last thing I remember saying.

Well I definitely loved this book.
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Review for Ramblings From This Chick.

Irons is the first book that I have ever read by M.J. Fields, but this one sounded so good that I just couldn't pass it up. I was really looking forward to the sexy soldier falling for his best friend's little sister and them helping each other heal and deal with the pain of losing him together. At first I really thought that I was going to love this book. But as the story continued, this book fell apart and turned into a mess. I was honestly so frustrated and confused by the end that I really didn't know how it had even got to that point with the way the story started.

Jax was born into a military family, and it was his legacy to continue to serve his country. He attended the Naval academy to become a pilot like his father and grandfather along with his best friend Will. But after Will is killed, he returns home and must face things with Will's family. Will's sister Francesca (Frankie) has always liked Jax, and decides to let him know before he leaves how she feels. Still being young and in high school, Jax lets her down easy and heads out to live for a year in Florida. Three years later, Jax still hasn't moved on from Florida and he also hasn't been able to forget his feelings for Frankie. When he comes across her a few times, he knows that he should stay away but they both find it hard to fight what is between them any longer. But they both must deal with the motivations behind their feelings as well as the past. Things between them are anything but easy, but can they find a way to make it through together?

I could not connect with Frankie at all. This chick was a hot mess. She was immature and was constantly acting like a child.
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