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- Print Length: 248 pages
- Publication Date: September 8, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B071GF4VXV
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #25,128 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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There were some places where you're left hanging, like the business with his brother is kind of totally glossed over between chapters and you never get any details of how or why that issue is resolved. There were threads that never really went anywhere, like her clingy ex who was suddenly trying to make a move, the douchey trainer subordinate that resented her, her supposedly 'forbidden' relationship with a player, and the random things going missing. They all get resolved, but they're just tiny blips that fizzle out and never lead to any huge drama.
All in all it was a sweet, uncomplicated romance and I really look forward to reading more of the series. She's obviously setting up for more books about his teammates (and maybe his brother's commando guys) There were little cameos with Ember, Gabe, and one teeny Sterling cameo when the H plays his team. (And apparently he lives next door to a bunch of bikers on Caddo Lake...)
It was fun, sexy & had some really great character exchanges/dialogue in it.
Hancock & Sway had fantastic chemistry together. They felt very natural & believable which made for a relaxing & enjoyable read.
My only negatives...
#1- The abrupt way the story transitioned from rescue mission to everything is fine & dandy. It left me with "what-the-heck-am-I-missing-here" thoughts.
#2- Sounds weird to say but I found the names to be overwhelming. I know it's the first book in a series but there were a ton of names & they were pretty unique. (Unique not necessarily being bad just distracting a bit.)
*Side Note to the names: I had a hard time with the name Sway. Although COMPLETELY different characters, I couldn't help but think of the unforgettable Sway from Harper Sloan's Corps Security series every time I read the name!
Looking forward to more books in this series; especially Furious George's happily ever after. :)
The story of Hancock and Sway is sweet. It's full of Alphaness and all the beard a girl can handle, but the sweetness....GOSH...makes my heart full. He's so sweet and caring towards her. Then add in their off the charts chemistry and it makes for a beautiful love match. The characters are well developed and the story line flows really well. Hancock and Sway bring a balanced mixture of sassiness, moodiness, and sweetness. I really did not like Sinclair and wanted to harm him early on. Being a big girl myself, saying hurtful things to others about their size is horrible and brings out my momma bear side. I like how Lani countered Sinclair's comments toward Sway with Hancock building her up, making her feel beautiful, even if others were being jack wagons and mean towards her. I never doubted that she would have Hancock react that way, (she's done it before with other characters) but how she had Hancock defend and uplift her was sweet. Not to mention it was HOT how HOT he is for Sway. Every girl should have her expectations of a husband based off of ALL of Lani's men. I'm hoping for second book featuring his brother!
I also love how past characters make it into spin off series books. It's such a smooth transition, that I didn't even realize it was Gabe's Ember for a full second. It's not in your face with them taking over the book, they are good supporters. Plus I just love hearing about past characters! I love epilogues and seeing the kids grow up. It allows for me to really step out of my reality. I'm a social worker and work can be stressful and being able to escape into the world of East Texas, West Louisiana, and Alabama with these families relaxes me. As nerdy as this sounds, they are to me like Star Trek is to Trekkies. LOL. Basically Lani does a fantastic job of bringing these characters to life and letting me live in their world for an hour or two.
Hancock and Sway maybe my new favorite couple. I am looking forward to her next book and I am excited to see what she does with this series. Thank you again Lani!!!
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