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Shield My Heart (Heaven Hill Book 9) by [Briscoe, Laramie]
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Shield My Heart (Heaven Hill Book 9) Kindle Edition

4.6 out of 5 stars 5 customer reviews
Book 9 of 9 in Heaven Hill (9 Book Series)
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 3211 KB
  • Print Length: 203 pages
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  • Publisher: Laramie Briscoe Books (1 July 2016)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01DVFPQOU
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 5 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #118,179 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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4.5 Stars

I have to say I was excited about Mandy and Dalton's story. I couldn't wait to see what happened and where Laramie took us next on the journey with these hot a$$ alpha males and their equally hot and brilliant women!

Mandy is Drew's twin sister so we have seen her growing up alongside Drew and then later on in the series Dalton and Charity. I loved the fact we got to see their story develop before we got their actual book.

Mandy and Dalton have been having a hard time for the past few months, Dalton has been pulling away from her and she can't figure out his reasoning for it.

Dalton p!ssed me off big time, I wanted to jump into this book and slap him silly at times. I understand he struggled because of his childhood but he should have been open with Mandy.

Many also p!ssed me off at times, she gave in and forgave Dalton far far too quickly. I would have made him suffer for what he put her through.

I have felt like I've lived each of these stories myself, I get completely sucked in and feel every single emotion each character feels. There were times in this story I felt my stomach drop straight to my toes and my heart going along with it and then other times I was so mad I felt the need to scream. That's the epitome of a good book in my opinion and this has definitely been a series I would recommend. I really hope we get Tatum and Remy's story, I can't wait to see what trouble she will cause and also see some more from my favourite Heaven Hill people!!
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I whipped through the previous books in this series during the early part of this month in preparation for the release of this one and while this might be book nine! I have to say that it didn’t suffer for being this far into the series, the book stands tall not only as a separate entity but within the context of the series as a whole, I think I got more out of it by having read the previous novel, but the decision is yours.
I had my doubts about whether I was going to find what I wanted and needed from the story and that was primarily down to the fact that having had Dalton appear in a previous book, I couldn’t honestly put my hand on my heart and say that I liked him very much, he was a bit of an ass.
And initially, at the very onset of this book, I had that sinking feeling because it didn’t appear that he had changed his ways, he was still giving Mandy far too much attitude and if I could have reached into the kindle and given him a good hard shake, I would have done so willingly .
I was wavering a little as to whether or not this was going to turn itself around but I should have had more faith because the author was a little more accommodating than that, the way she wrote his story was almost as if she had pulled up a chair in the corner of his mind and was inviting me to take a seat. A ringside view to see not only who he was but why he did the things he did and by doing so, by being able to get inside his head I found that the guy I thought I knew was nothing like the real man at all.
I was still a little wary of the man but I will admit that he came good in the end, Yes he wasn’t always a nice guy, Yes, he gave Mandy more attitude than he needed too but it all added to the journey that were on and anyway it made the making up all the more interesting!
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"Amanda Walker was the only woman he'd ever been with,the only woman he'd ever loved,and the only person he'd every truly let into his heart"

REVIEWING FOR ROCK HARD ROMANCE

As a fan of the Heaven Hill MC Series,I was excited to read Mandy and Dalton's story-from previous books,they have been 'together' since teenager's and now 10 years into their lives the relationship is starting to suffer,mostly down to how Dalton is dealing with it(or not).
Mandy is pregnant,and Dalton's own fears/insecurities that all come from his childhood issues(parents not the greatest-his Uncle takes on him and his brother) he feels he is not worthy of Mandy or their unborn child.(foolish man!)
Just to add to that,his Uncle's gambling problem,has resulted in unwanted attention from a character who poses a threat to not only them but the Heaven Hill Club itself! Dalton,thinking he can keep both Mandy and the Club safe,does what he thinks is the right thing to do-and pulls away from them.Everyone in the club knows something is up with both Mandy and Dalton,friendships are tested,the 'threat' does affect the club but,thankfully,it is resolved,and in turn Dalton comes to his sense's and gets his head out of his a** and get the HEA that he and Mandy deserve!

"Everything has been for you" (Dalton)

When reading this,right from the dedication,I felt it an emotional read,the Heaven Hill family have become a favorite,and I am looking forward to the Heaven Hill Christmas,and the next generation (all about the kids)-esp Tatum/Remy ;)

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Well done laramie

What a fantastic edition to this amazing series here we have Dalton and many suppliers story and let me say what a story it is too. The things these two have to go through to get their ending is unreal and I really felt for them especially Dalton no spoilers but this is a must read book and we get little glimpses of past characters which is fantastic in cannot wait to read more from laramie worth more than 5 stars in my eyes
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