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End of Day (Jack & Jill Series Book 1) by [Ann, Jewel E.]
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4.6 out of 5 stars 26 customer reviews

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 915 KB
  • Print Length: 426 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Jewel E. Ann (14 Aug. 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B013YPN6QM
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 26 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,342 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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It was the fantastic synopsis and intriguing cover that drew me to this book and series and having just finished book three Dawn of Forever, I damn well loved and and it lived up to its hype. Although the main theme is quite dark, I think this book made me laugh out loud more times than any other, usually due to the banter between Jackson and Jillian and particularly the conversation where they choose jobs for each other! I like the way that the story jumps between past and present, revealing things at an interesting pace. It is never confusing and very well written. I do find it hard to write reviews so on that note I'm changing into my underwear and rain boots and I'm off to get the mail... (read this book and that will make perfect sense!)
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Kindle Friends Forever: Reviewed by Rachel McEwan and Sharon Thérèse Nuttall

*ARC kindly provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review*

Where, for crying out loud, has this author been hiding? Why we haven’t read any works by her is actually a dilemma since her genre is right up our street. But as they say, ‘better late than never.’ A unique style combined with a solid and original storyline and brilliant character development left us in awe. We found it gripping from the first page and although it was a tad confusing to start off with, this was to soon be rectified as we read on. Words, paragraphs and chapters were savoured to the very last drop only meaning that one has to be on the ball as every minute detail is of extreme importance. Angst-ridden moments flourish, humorous banter abounds but more often than not, touches of disparagement outweigh the laugh out loud occasions. We have to say how much we loved this authors writing style. She must have a very witty, dry sense of humour which came over in the dialogue in boat loads!

“I bet you’re a missionary man. By the book: seven-point-five minutes of foreplay, thirty seconds of clitoral stimulation to get her lubed up and exactly thirty five seconds of thrusts until climax, followed by ten minutes of spooning, a kiss on the cheek, and maybe even a gentlemanly ‘thank you’ before insisting she leave so you can get your necessary eight-point-five hours of sleep.”

The story overflows with complexities. Two thirty-year-old siblings joined at the medulla aren’t what one could say, conventional. Chapter one is unusual in the respect that two lives end and then begin for unknown reasons!
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By MAC on 24 April 2016
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This book is one of my new favourites! It has the best characters, dialogue and humour. The story is told in real time and flashback. I can't recommend this book enough. I'm looking forward to continuing the series.
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Absolutely amazing, beautiful written. I could not put this book down enjoyed the mixture of mystery and suspense and the humour, there were plenty of twist and turns. It's a series I'd definitely recommend.
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From a dark and disturbing past in the light of Day to a future and a life in the Knight, we are welcomed into the lives of Jessica/Jude and Jillian/Jackson as they try to outrun their past and the horrors experienced at the hands of a serial killer.

From the first page, and my first introduction to Jessica, I was head over heels in love with her larger-than-life, take-no-crap, personality and despite the underlying horrors she continues to experience from her past, she is a fun-loving, sexy and strong woman - both emotionally and physically - who just happens to bite!

It’s apparent at the outset that this story is going to be a complicated one but it’s one that keepings you turning the pages right up until the dreaded cliff-hanger, which in this case happens to be in the first chapter of the next instalment!

I’m torn between the man-candy in this book. From Jessica’s love interest, Luke, and Jillian’s new play-toy, AJ, you will be left squirming as you try to decide who will be your favourite. Both men have adorable personalities but it’s AJ who pulls on your heart-strings despite Luke being the one to love and lose Jessica. Luke starts out as an enigma, both to Jessica and us readers alike, but as his personality thaws he becomes something special and I couldn’t decide whether it was Jessica’s past or Jillian’s present that I most wanted to read about.

I simply love the way Jewel E Ann writes. Having read one book by her and then after reading this synopsis, I knew that this story was one that was going to appeal to me. What I didn’t expect was a finesse to this story which rendered me speechless as we set out on the journey towards the next instalment and for more truths to be revealed.
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Gifted for an honest review – 3 stars

“I felt like a leaf falling from a tree and he was the wind whispering, I’ve got you.”

I really have no clue how to write this review as I find myself struggling to sort out my thoughts and feelings on this book. Compelling would be a good word to use I guess. I almost put this book down half way through and I can’t really pinpoint why. There was something about it though that dragged me reluctantly to the end. I don’t know why but I had to finish it. Did I enjoy it? I’m not even sure that I did to be honest.

I couldn’t get a handle on Jillian. This woman is quite simply something else. I got that she was a feisty character but man was she messed up, Jewel wrote this character really well but I suffered much confusion at times despite there being the flashback memories to tell of Jessica story. It’s a real slow reveal and that part of the plot did not move fast enough for me. AJ wasn’t a character I particularly liked; I found him too rough around the edges and just knew that he and Jillian were a train wreck waiting to happen. Jackson was the star of the story, even though you don’t get that much of him. Whether this is deliberate or not I don’t know but I would have liked to have had more of him. There are a slew of secondary characters throughout this book and I think their quirky traits and nosy neighbour antics were top notch.

Descriptive narrative was brilliant throughout this book; I wouldn’t expect anything different from Jewel. I find her books are written well in that sense and she manages to tap into the reader’s imagination and show rather than tell. This is an extremely intricate and complex piece of writing.
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