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JACK STONE - Wild Justice (The Dark Master Series) (Volume 1) Paperback – June 27, 2013
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I must of missed the BDSM part to the story because it was practically non existent. I soooo wanted to love this, and sure, it's actioned packed, but it didn't grip me. I didn't connect or SWOON over Jack Stone either....I thought for sure he would be added to my "book boyfriend" list, but sorry, he just didn't do it for me.
Jack is on a mission to find someone near and dear to his heart. He runs into Lilley in a small down on his way to find the person he is looking for. Lilley is a waitress. Well she owns the small diner. Jack got himself into some trouble when he first got into Windswept, and Lilley was deputized in watching over him until he leave town.
Lets just say trouble seems to follow Jack in this small town. He opens up to Lilley and tells her who his looking for and what he has done to get where he is today. Jack tells Lilley that he is into BDSM and she asks him questions about it.
"I became involved in the BDSM lifestyle to get these predators who buy and sell young girls as sex slaves. But I also discovered I enjoy the lifestyle. It suits my personality. I'm an alpha kind of guy." the sentence goes on but he lost me when he said that. I mean in a way we all want an alpha male.
I loved this whole book. You need to read this book I highly recommend it. If you want to know if Lilley gets her taste of BDSM. If her and Jack stay together. Or if Jack finds the 1 person he will got to hell and back to find. I swear you will not be disappointed at all.
The only way I can think of summing up Jack Stone is: he has the fighting skills of Chuck Norris and the love em and leave em charm of James Bond. If you're looking for romance, you won't find it in this book. Jack doesn't have time for romantic entanglements. His sole focus is on finding his sister and bringing the men, who have taken advantage of young girls, to justice. Jack likes things simple. He hitchhikes to his destinations, all of his belongings fit into his backpack, and his sexual appeal reels in the women who are eager for his brand of physical pleasure and in return they help him in some way.
When we meet Jack, he has just arrived in Windswept, Arizona. With the help of the diner's owner/waitress, he follows some new leads makes a startling discovery. This book was different from anything I've read thus far, and I loved every minute of it. Jack is the kind of man you'd want to hold down and not let go of. But he can't be held. I think that is just a small part of his appeal. He's the whole package - an alpha male, protective, a man with principles, and he can be tender one minute and dominating the next. His book is full of action and suspense, and when Jack gets p*ssed, you'd better hope you're not in the crossfire. This was a fantastic and slightly startling introduction to a new series, but I liked the fast-paced action and sleuthing and the scorching hot times with Jack. I have more questions than answers and can't wait for Jack to reveal a little bit more about himself as the series continues.
If you're up for something different, grab this book. Jack Stone is an adrenaline rush, and I can't wait to feel it again.
Final rating 4 to 4.5
Disclaimer: I received an ARC from the author for the purpose of an honest review.
Fast paced, violent, exciting, and shamelessly sexy, I was glued to the pages of WILD JUSTICE, needing to know what happened next. Jack Stone is a sexy force to be reckoned with, both in and out of the bedroom. He forges an unlikely partnership with local diner owner Lilley Pond, and their chemistry heats up the pages. She also shows herself to be an essential ally when Jack needs it the most.
The story itself is engaging and action packed, and I couldn't wait to find if and how Jack would save the day, solve the mystery, and rescue the kidnapped girls. When his time in Windswept is over, the strong, solitary Jack Stone leaves the way he came, and leaves the reader wanting more of Jack and his quest for justice.
"She had never known a man like this, he filled her with a sense of awe. It was not only the physical strength of him, nor was it the steady confidence of him. She broke the kiss at last, her eyes wide and fathomless as she explored the the details of his face from the hard, uncompromising jaw line, to the tiny creases and marks of life that had chiseled into features around his eyes and the corners of his mouth that all seemed to heighten the effect of power an strength and determination; the face of a man who lived by his own rules, dictated his own terms to life."
*I received a complimentary copy of the book in exchange for a fair and honest review.
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