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Jack & Coke (The Uncertain Saints Book 2) by [Vale, Lani Lynn]
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Length: 308 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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  • File Size: 651 KB
  • Print Length: 308 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: May 6, 2016
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01BK4QJ90
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I had a lot of of problems with the credibility in this book . In one chapter, I believe it was around 18, Mig astounds Annie with the news that his family doesn't even know he is, or was married. Then three chapters later ,while with his family Annie is surprised to learn they didn't know about his wife. One chapter she is trying to convince him to tell his parents then suddenly she is shocked to learn they didn't
know? It didn't make any sense. I really hate when authors do this kind of thing. This happened more than once which pretty much ruined the story for me. I could have enjoyed it more without these mistakes.
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I want to start by saying I really love this author and I love how fast her books come out.

I just couldn't get with this book. There are some spoilers be aware.....

The first thing that bothered me was Annie is Puerto Rican and when she goes to make Mig her mothers recipe she makes enchiladas. Here is what bothers me, enchiladas is not a Puerto Rican dish and although most ppl love it, including my Puerto Rican family it's not a heritage dish that it was implied when she said her mothers recipe.

Now I reach out the author about this and she told me it's from her own personal experience with her Puerto Rican, bestie. Kudos for her responding me.

Spoiler alert - I don't like how Mig treats his pregnant exwife and how he tell her she needs to sign over rights. Now Jennifer is a bitch and was evil but she had a drug problem and has since than recovered. She is says "but she saved my life"

I dunno maybe it's just me I but I could not get into this book at all. Maybe there is too much pressure for her to keep up with the demand and that's what happened here. Will I buy another book from her? Yes indeed.

Excuse my iPhone typos. I gave this book 2 stars just for the author responding to me.
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“…here I was, years later, still just as hot for him as the day I’d seen him for the first time.”

Annie has been crushing on Mig for years, since he first rolled into town. After her marriage to her cheating ex ended, Annie unknowingly purchased the house next door to Mig, and a friendship began. Annie settled into the friendship, after all what choice did she have? He was married with a baby on the way.

“…if there was any way I could rewind a year, I’d do it in a heartbeat.”

Mig is a DEA agent and a member of the Uncertain Saints. He has always had difficulty trusting women—with good reason. It began after his parent’s marriage fell apart, when his dad’s girlfriend’s would behave towards him in one way when his dad was present. But out of his father’s sight was another story, as Mig became the bothersome little boy to his father’s bevy of girlfriends.

“…she’s a master manipulator, and she knows exactly what she’s doing.”

His opinions are only solidified after he meets Jennifer. She came into his life with a purpose. He was her target, and she was intent on a relationship with him. This is not a loving relationship, but one born out of deception and entrapment and through a heinous act. Though her actions were premeditated and criminal, Mig’s moral code forces him to do the right thing by his child and thus the woman carrying her. Despite his vehement dislike for the mother of his child, he does the unimaginable—he marries her. But this is no real marriage. Jennifer is selfish and rude, and Mig is miserable. The only pleasant thing about his home life is his pretty and sweet next door neighbor, the woman he has befriended and who his heart longs for.
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She wishes he would just get over it. That comment ruin the book, I would beat her to death if she said that to me.

How would she feel if she was drugged and raped. Then the same person tried to kill her or the man she loves more than once. Would she just get over it in a year?

Rape isn't something you just get over. Sorry but shame on you.
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contains spoilers....

I had such high hopes for this book until Mig turned into a weakling. He was just too accommodating where his "wife" was concern. That he married her anyways despite her deception & betrayal didn't sit well with me. The guy had strong morals and wanted his child to know a normal family, I get it. But there is a difference between being a supportive co-parent and tying yourself down to an impossible and deceitful woman. He bent over backwards to help her out throughout her pregnancy, often at he expense of hurting Annie's feelings sometimes. And he kinda kept her poor Annie hanging a little here and there to appease his pregnant and hormonal wife. It's actually surprising how understanding and forgiving Annie was throughout everything. But even if she were to get upset, seems all Mig has to do to make up for his absence is to sex her up. And she is agreeable again. Sigh, oh Annie. Mig did have some jealous and alpha moments which I do appreciate, but it wasn't enough for me. He pulled a disappearing act, much like the previous hero. That I can do without. Can we just have a hero who is protective & rational and CHOOSES to stay with the heroine because of the danger lurking around. Annie had to go and fetch the guy, and he fought all of 5 days. What was the point really of his Houdini act?

Anyways, I just felt like the book revolves way too much around Mig and Annie catering to his wife's demands. While their own relationship was put to the backburner and to a grinding halt at times. Annie was very patient, willing to help and wait out his messy situation. And let's face it, she puts up with ALOT for Mig. Even being guilt-trip by him to move in and help take care of his knocked up "wife".
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