Once again Jeanne St St James has knocked another book out of the ball park with Linc . Really loved this story it was heartbreaking and brought me to tears on more then one occasion. Love and loyalty was strong through out this book and it was good to see the interaction with all of the brother's and other family members comes together to help Linc and Jayde out . I can't wait for Crows book i loved the conversation he had with Linc at his tattoo shop how he was able to help put things into perspective for Linc just showed how deep that man can be .
I really enjoyed this book kept me hooked all the way through But I did find Jayde a bit childish at times ... ( and her age ) In the family tree she was born in 1993 but she was 28?? Still a good book
I feel like 2 stars is too low but the book wasn't good enough for 3 stars. This is more like a 2.5 star read. It was okay. Someone mentioned that love and loyalty were strong in this one. I would have to disagree. At least it wasn't with the two main characters. While it was obvious that Jayde was loyal to Linc, it certainly wasn't the case the other way around. And the whole turn around Linc had didn't even make sense. Even half way through the book, he's thinking he doesn't want to settle down and he feels trapped. Next thing we know, he's acting like he loves her and he's all in, but where was the scene that had us readers realise that along with him? It wasn't there. And the whole "I'm not good enough" bull gets really tiresome and I found myself skimming. I was definitely not a fan of Linc and I hated that the author had Jayde be celibate, waiting around for a man who made it obvious to everyone he wasn't doing the same. If these are the sorts of heroes this author writes, I won't be reading another.
One would think a series might be getting a little old once you reach the ninth book. This is so not the case with Linc's story. He adds his own voice to this series beautifully. I very much enjoyed learning his back story. It was extremely heartbreaking, but it had moulded him into the man that was perfect for Jayde. He was surprisingly emotionally strong, standing up for himself and Jayde which then resulted in mending a fractured family. Once again Jeanne has proven why she is one of my favourite authors and I will happily continue to read whatever she decided to write. I voluntarily reviewed an advanced readers copy of this book.