Amazon want to know what do you think of this book, absolute truth, loved it. Freya’s fiancé runs out on her at their wedding, leaving a cowardly note. There she is standing alone at the altar in front of just about everyone she knows and then her parents declare there is a free bar and a party paid for so everyone should enjoy, her mother tells her to get herself together. What to do, she runs, takes a car that doesn’t belong to her and just drives until she is almost dropping from, thirst, hunger and grief. At last she finds herself 500 miles from home witnessing a murder and suddenly she needs to run for her life. Jace Mercy is a vigilante who protects the innocent. This is a love story, a thriller, an erotic romance and a domestic discipline tale, basically it ticks all the boxes. Jane Henry, modern, erotic western thriller? Job done a terrific read. Keep them coming
Freya Rhett stood up at the alter goes on the run….. Freya had never thought she would be left standing at the alter whilst her groom and bridesmaid run off together, then to add insult to injury all her father seems to be worried about is that he paid for a free bar and all the food his guests can consume. She steals a car from outside the church totally shocked by the betrayal of not only her husband and best friend and maid of honour but also the callousness of her parents who gave absolutely no thought to her being jilted. Unfortunately she could never have expected to walk into a murder scene and the moments later knocked herself unconscious and then find myself rescued by Jace Mercy a man that was dominant in every bone of his body and also was a man that took it upon himself to hep men, women and children even if that meant he had to kill the person that was doing them harm, murderers, rapists or simply a thug he would deal out retribution on any and all of them. Freya and Jace had settled together and it had soon become apparent they were well suited and as she learned his story and about the love he had lost he was very obviously very loyal to Marybeth and also to her mother Betty who had been like a mother to him, in fact she had actually helped to raise him and she seemed to equally care for Freya . Then the Dixons had come calling and it was obvious that it was necessary he either kill them or keep Freya where they could not reach her however he knew that this would only prevent the inevitable, he knew the only way to keep her safe was to kill these threats. I voluntarily received and reviewed an Advanced Reader Copy I thoroughly enjoyed the book and look forward to reading any future publications; keep up all the great writing.
Jace is a M-I-G-H-T-Y fine cowboy and Freya and his story had me hooked and reading this in one sitting and I loved every minute.
As usual, Jane Henry gives her readers exactly what they want - a great story, some dangerous and threatening turns and some oh so sexy moments that leave you begging to be lassoed by your own vigilante! This one for me was a great stand alone and Jane really allowed you to empathise with Jace and Freya as they realise their pasts have defined who they are and how together, as they find their true selves, they can settle old hurts and forge through to a great future.
Another great read by Jane Henry and one you will certainly enjoy.
Compelling, intriguing, hot! Once again, Jane Henry delivers a fantastically written book with fab, well rounded characters and a storyline that had me hooked, from the beginning. When Freya is left standing at the altar, she runs! She takes a car and ends up miles away where she stumbles upon a murder! Jace is a protector, a vigilante who comes to her rescue. He has issues of his own, though! This ticked all the boxes, for me - danger, love, romance and a sinfully hot, dominant cowboy! I voluntarily read and reviewed an ARC of this book.
I really enjoyed reading this story. It's very well written and described. From well rounded characters to mountains to emotions etc. There are plenty of different elements to hold and entrall the reader. I loved Freya from page one, she maybe insullar but she realises that there is more to life and she is willing to grab it with both hands and hold it close. Jace is lonely but does not realise that there is life after grief. I voluntarily read an advanced reader copy of this book and I highly recommend it. A very easy to read interesting and enjoyable book.
Unfortunately tge writing in this book is not great, there is so many repetitions that it makes me wonder if this book has even seen an editor. The story is quite good. The chemistry is great, Jane has really nailed that part. Overall the book is a good read if you can get past the writing.