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As endings go this played out almost perfectly

Rialto Cover 683x1084Rialto by Jocelynn Drake &  Rinda Elliott

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

While I had a touch of sadness reading this and knowing it would be the last book in the Unbreakable Bonds series, it is also fitting that it ends with Ian Banner, nee Pierce.

It was because of Ian that the bonds which had already been in place between Lucas and Snow, bolstered by Rowe, became the unbreakable sense of family which has anchored this whole series, and the Ward Security offshoot.

It’s no secret that Rowan Ward holds my heart, but Ian has been a very close second through the many wonderful books that Jocelynn and Rinda have written for this series.

I’m not going to go into too much detail because I don’t want anyone to have their experience reading this farewell to the Cincinnati crew spoiled.

I will just say, this book perfectly capped off what has been, and will remain, one of my all-time favourite series of romances within the MM genre.

Each pairing is perfect for each other, each brings unique experiences and skills to the group as a whole and each man has found his family with the rest.

I’ve loved every single one of these books, okay some I took to more than the others, but Lucas and Andrei, Snow and Jude, Rowe and Noah and Ian and Hollis are wonderfully crafted characters who I’d like to believe are off living their best lives with nothing but happiness to light their way.

Thank you Jocelynn and Rinda for creating these men and taking me on a wild ride through the streets of the Queen City, it’s been a blast and I look forward to seeing where the journey takes you both next.

#ARC kindly received from the authors in return for an honest and unbiased review

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Best one in an excellent series and a great way to finish things

Demon on the Down-Low (Supernatural Selection, #3)Demon on the Down-Low by E.J. Russell

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Best one in the series and a lovely finishing touch for the Supernatural Selection Agency as demon Zeke finds his own Happy Ever After.

There’s loads more behind the scenes plotting going on in this one and I’m glad the villain got his comeuppance as I’d pegged him as a potentially dodgy character from the start!

There’s loads of humour, as with the other books in this delightful series, but I think with Zeke, EJ has created one of the sweetest and most adorable characters I’ve ever read.

He’s an absolute joy and in kangaroo shifter Hamish he finds just the right person to fight for him and save him from the machinations of the aforementioned villain of the piece.

Now I need to go back and read Fae Out of Water, the three related books which focus on the Kendrick brothers as we see the final wedding of Bryce and Mal in this one and they’ve all been popping up throughout the series.

#ARC kindly received from the author in return for an honest and unbiased review.

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