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The Journal Of Sanctuary One (Sanctuary 6) [Kindle Edition]

RJ Scott
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Book 6 in The Sanctuary Series

When a snowstorm stops his friends from joining him at Sanctuary One for Christmas, Jake ends up alone. Sean has only one place to go. The original Sanctuary cabin. Neither man is prepared for the secrets that threaten to destroy Sanctuary.

Jake spends every Christmas at Sanctuary One. With the third anniversary of the day his dad died approaching, he arranges for Kayden, Beckett, and himself to meet at the cabin a few days before Christmas. A snowstorm blocks his friends in NY, and Jake ends up alone.

Sean is being hunted and the only place he can run to is somewhere mentioned in an old journal. The original Sanctuary cabin. It is no longer in official use but it would be a good place to heal and take stock of just what is going on with his life.

Neither man is prepared for being stuck together for an entire week, nor for the culmination of a case that threatens to get them killed.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 249 KB
  • Print Length: 181 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1491004398
  • Publisher: Love Lane Books (26 Nov 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00AEA847W
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #63,685 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
By BevS
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Must be fabulous if you're gay and work for 'Sanctuary', looking after all those hot men, and mostly being hot yourself! This was the final book in the series, and at last gave us Jake's HEA. After watching most of his agents and fellow operatives find their own HEA, he must have been really p****d that his own love life was non-existent, and the one person he would have given anything for to be his partner seemed to be a double-agent, who nearly got some of the Sanctuary operatives killed! This book gave us brief follow-ups to the agents in the other stories (Nik & his partner Morgan, Dale & his partner Joseph, Kayden & his partner Beckett, Adam & Lee and Manny & Josh), as well as what was happening with the Bad Guys of the stories, the Bullen family, and finally, exactly who it was that was really double-dealing the FBI (the alphabets, love it!), Sanctuary and the Bullens (and it wasn't Jake's intended Sean, which I was happy about). I did like this series, and read the books one after the other, but would have loved for them to have been a little longer in length.
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3.0 out of 5 stars disappointed!!! :( 22 Dec 2012
By Bebe
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i love RJ Scott and her Sanctuary books but this one was not up to the rest of the books!! I was hyped when i downloaded it but then when it started to get good the story ended!! I was like; WTF!! so over priced for something so short!!

don't buy it unless she rewrote it and extended this book!! I loved Jake character throughout the series and thought it deserved a better story than this half-assed work
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5.0 out of 5 stars Another excellent Sancuary book . 10 Dec 2012
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All the Sancuary books are excellent and this one is no different.This one is about two guys who are forced to spend some time together even though they have no good feelings for each other do to their past.Slowly they begin to start talking and try to explain what went wrong in the past and try to understand why they happened.Its another great story from a great series and author.Well worth reading especially if you have read and enjoyed the previous books in the series They are worth the price and should have more than five stars.
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5.0 out of 5 stars This series just keeps getting better and better... 13 Dec 2012
By Melanie Marshall - Published on Amazon.com
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Rating: 5 stars

Jake Callahan was looking forward to spending time with his brother, Hayden and his boyfriend up at their cabin for Christmas. It had been an extremely tough year for everyone who worked at Sanctuary, the secret organization devoted to keeping witnesses and other "vulnerables" safe when the alphabet organizations (CIA, FBI etc) couldn't. Sanctuary operatives were still trying to close down the Bullen case as there were files still to be encrypted and a few criminals left to round up. Still, this time of year was special to Jake and he needs it now more than ever as the betrayal by exFBI agent Sean Hanson was as painful as the day he first learned that Sean was working for Bullen. Now all Jake wants is some peace and time with his brother but Mother Nature is making that impossible. The northeast corridor is being blanketed by a snow storm, Hayden is stuck in New York City with his boyfriend Beckett. and Jake is facing Christmas alone at the cabin. That is until a bloody and injured Sean Hansen appears on his doorstep and faints into the snow.

Sean Hansen is being hunted and by several factions, all of whom want him dead. The gunshot wound in his side attests to that and between the pain and the snow Sean is being to despair of ever making his destination. The cabin called Sanctuary One was no longer used for official business but Sean figured it would just be off the grid enough for him to be safe there until the last of his mission is finished. And then all Sean wants to do is find the man he had started to love, so he could explain and apologize. The last person he expects to see just before passing out from pain and blood loss is Jake Callahan, the man he has been thinking about.

As the snow storm turns into a blizzard that seals the cabin off from everyone around them, Jake and Sean are left to deal with their memories, emotions and the fact that the killers are still on Sean's trail, putting them both in danger.

RJ Scott's Sanctuary series remains one of my top series for 2012 and this latest edition just cements it firmly in place. The Journal of Sanctuary One picks up where Full Circle (Sanctuary #5) left off, with members of the Bullen family in custody, the Bullen case coming to a close and Sean Hansen escaping from a prison van and on the loose. Now only a short time later, all the operatives are in recovery mode in one way or another. Manny and Josh (Full Circle) are at a safe house in Canada, working on the encryption of the files, Hayden and Beckett are in New York, Dale is waiting for Joseph to come back from a mission and Jake is feeling alone and hurting from Sean's betrayal. And you are there with him, feeling his pain and loneliness.

And that is one of the real joys of this series. RJ Scott has created a cast of characters, so complex, so real and from a variety of backgrounds that they are memorable from the very start. In some books and series, I have to think hard to bring up names and associate them with their personas, not so with the Sanctuary series. Mention Morgan and I can picture him in detail. Joseph and Dale, two of the hottest characters (Navy Seal and ex Seal) in the series, and I feel as though I know them intimately. Over the course of the series, we meet one unforgettable character after another and watch as they bond with each other, and find love. And through it all, the thread that ties the books together along with the Sanctuary organization is the Bullen crime family, which extends from Congress to the many family businesses. The Bullens have destroyed families, tortured and murdered their way to the accumulation of wealth and power. And Scott managed to make the investigation as thrilling as her love stories. Each book moved the investigation forward (and sometimes back, depending upon the double cross) and always a new criminal element presented itself by the end of the book as well as a new couple. How I loved every minute they continued to investigate the Bullen crime family, a most heinous group of thugs and the wild pathways they took to get evidence and witnesses.

And The Journal of Sanctuary One brings the investigation back to its very beginnings, including something I didn't see coming and back to Jake Callahan whose father started the Sanctuary organization and who built Sanctuary One. The author really pulls together all the elements from each book, including some I didn't realize were important, to finish off the Bullens once and for all. We get a closer understanding not only of who Jake is, and what has driven him all these years but that of Sean Hansen, an enigma whose story we have been waiting to hear. RJ Scott has included most of the characters we love from the other stories, even if we only see and hear them over the phones and Skype.

And there is nothing like a snowbound cabin to bring out the emotional explosions and stress that have been building for these characters and the author delivers the required scenes in painful detail and authentically loud conversations. Just what you would expect from these men who are so much each others equal in every way, just perfect.

So have we heard the last from Sanctuary and its operatives? I hope not. I get the feeling that we will be hearing from Dale and Joseph soon. Remember Dale was expecting Joseph back from his mission and we never heard that he made it. Hmmmm....funny that. It brings me hope that this outstanding series will continue and that I will meet up once more with all my favorite couples as they investigate, hack, protect, and love. So if you haven't made the acquaintance of Sanctuary and their operatives, start at the beginning with Guarding Morgan and work your way through the stories in the order they were written. That way you won't miss a double cross, new witness or new crime and or course, new couple. You will love them as much as I do.

Sanctuary Series in the order they should be read in order to fully understand the Bullen Family conspiracy and the characters involved:

Guarding Morgan, Sanctuary Series #1 - rating 4.25 stars

The Only Easy Day, Sanctuary Series, #2 - my review here

Face Value, Sanctuary Series #3 - my review here

Still Water, Sanctuary Series #4 - my review here

Full Circle, Sanctuary Series, #5 - my review here

The Journal of Sanctuary One, #6
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Wonderful Book 7 Dec 2012
By Andreams - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition
This series has been great and this book just caps it off. I love the writing, the story, the characters and everything else. In a way, this is the best of the best since I fell in love with Jake in the first story and have been hoping good things for him since then. Never in my wildest dreams could I understand how Sean could be rehabilitated but he was and it was done in a realistic way. She also addresses the men from previous books and it feels like hearing about old friends.

I will be reading this book and the entire series again and again.

From what I've read there will be another Sanctuary book out in March, can't wait to see what this one will be about.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Something I love to read and enjoy the fun, naughtiness and openness of... 12 Mar 2013
By Chris - Published on Amazon.com
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This entire series whilst fun, naughty and extremely whitty, covers some truly personal ground in relationships - not just gay relationships, but people relationships - gender really plays no part in many of the interactions. It is a grown-ups adult fantasy on many levels, some of which others would not approve, nor understand. But these fantasies could easily be translated across gender preferences. I happen to like them this way. Thank you RJ Scott for some brilliant writing.
4.0 out of 5 stars the truth comes out 27 April 2014
By Niki Driscoll - Published on Amazon.com
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I have enjoyed reading this series and was glad that this book gave you a better look at the real Jake. It was a great addition and I look forward to reading more of this series.
5.0 out of 5 stars Quick good read 6 Feb 2013
By Wonder Woman - Published on Amazon.com
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I liked the two characters in the book. I only wish that it was a little longer. I do plan to read more in this series.
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