TITLE: JUSTICE: CREED BROTHERS BOOK ONE
AUTHOR: KC LYNN
RELEASE DAY: FEBRUARY 21, 2018
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Fate made us brothers, loyalty made us family.
A bond that runs deeper than the Mississippi, my brothers and I might not have the same DNA but what we share is far more powerful. Our loyalty to one another and the man who made us a family is stronger than those bound by blood.
The most sought out sharp shooters in the country, our paths were certain, before one woman changed my life and altered the relationship I have with my brothers.
Ryanne Lockwood disappeared without a trace but her memory never faded, torturing me on the darkest nights. Until a twist of fate leads me back to her, sending our worlds to collide once more, and this time, there will be no escaping me.
Justice Creed’s bad boy appeal caught my attention from the moment he rolled into town. For years I watched from afar, swallowing up the rumors that surrounded him.
Until we shared a night of forbidden passion. One that destroyed my heart and reshaped my soul, and it sent me fleeing from the only town I’ve ever known.
Now, years later, he’s barged back into my life, uncovering a secret I’ve worked so hard to keep and it’s one that will change our lives forever.
This is the first book in this author’s Creed Brothers series. I loved her Men of Honor series and Cockloft. Some warnings were given prior to the release of this book, and I honestly debated on whether or not this book would be out of my comfort zone enough that I wouldn’t like it. While there were some parts that were hard to read, and some parts were most definitely out of my comfort zone, it wasn’t as bad as I had thought it would be.
The brothers’ history and how they became a family with Thatcher was hard to digest at times. And Thatcher’s history is very hard to digest. But all in all, it was a really good story. I’m really glad I took the plunge, despite my misgivings. This story is gritty, with really flawed heroes who are dirty talking, hard-living men who, when they find love, fight for it with everything they have. The subject matter might be tough for some to read. It was for me. There is a lot of angst, anger, and bitterness that Justice has to deal with throughout the book. I understood his side, but I also understood Ryanne’s side. So I was really pulling for them to get to a place of forgiveness, acceptance, and love.
NICUnurs’e Rating: I give this book 4.5 propellers. The subject matter is rough, but the picture that KC Lynn paints of the family these 4 became, is beautiful. Despite a very hard beginning, and a really rocky middle, the ending to Justice and Ryanne’s story is poignant. Yes, it’s dark and gritty at times, but the underlying story of love, loyalty, and faith in family is beautiful. While I know that the next 2 books will be just as intimidating for me, I’m actually looking forward to unpacking the other 3’s stories!
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