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Awesome, simply awesome

Red Dirt Heart Imago (Red Dirt #4.5, Imago #2.5)Red Dirt Heart Imago by N.R. Walker

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This book is even more perfecter than the epilogue in Red Dirt Hearts 4 or than Imagines, it’s a marriage of fabulous Aussie couples into one glorious story which links four of my most favourite book characters together.

I love that NR just sneaked this book out without ceremony and I love that it blazes a trail for showing how families are created through what’s in people’s hearts not just the blood in their veins.

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Even more “perfecter” than book one

Imagines (Imago, Book Two)Imagines by N.R. Walker

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Thanks N R Walker, the epilogue made me weep but it was a good weeping with tears of joy (and I may be slightly exaggerating how much I was weeping but I did need a tissue).

Lawson and Jack return with another butterfly love story that’s as perfect as the first one was. It is, in fact, to quote Jack, perfecter than Imago and the typical steamy hot light on angst, Aussie delight that comes from the pen of this author almost without fail.

Oh and the cut scene, that made me chuckle a great deal but I’m not going to spoilt it but well done indeed!

I’m sad there probably won’t be any more of this pair of nature loving men but the epilogue truly was gorgeous, as were the covers. I feel I should say more about this book just so everyone reads it, but honestly, it should just speak for itself because it truly is perfect.

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