Fun peek in with the first couple and the set up for the next pair after this one. Meanwhile, Parrish grows closer to Kimberly and even tells her about her love of her life: a former colleague who was shot and killed by a man who they were arresting. I was enjoying it until the moment of learning that Kyle and Abby had been in love and together for months until she pushes him away and says she can't marry him because she doesn't love him. The suspense of the story was pretty good. These are the kind of men who can pay to make problems disappear. Even though this is the first book in a new series, there were some bits that read like a continuation of a series and I went searching for a book that tied in to this and it had me wishing there was prequel book to this series. We quickly learn that despite his strong skills as an agent he really is not a team player.
Their conversation is interrupted by a sudden visit from Nettie and Glenna, who have Parrish under gunshot and take Kimberly. The case gave them something else to focus on and get to know who each was now while dealing with their feelings about what happened between them. He was perfectly willing to kidnap Abby's sister and get the information. What helps ramp up the tension is the fact that Kyle's previous mishandled case is connected with the one Abby is entangled with. I enjoyed the previous story with Kyle's brother. The book struggled to hold my attention and I was skimming through large sections of the book. He was angry at the world and cocky, making him a funny character to read about.
He was angry at the world and cocky, making him a funny character to read about. I will say that the characters were fully developed. This new series is fantastically sexy, romantic, suspenseful, and engaging! Everyone else worships the great Sheriff Mac Dawson. But getting some good cops and bad guys action, seeing Kyle going after the bad guys with his brothers at his back, and getting to see Kyle and Mac work out their differences. Kyle has been butting heads with his dad since he can remember.
The topics could be upsetting for some people. Abby dumped Kyle unceremoniously several years before but now he's back in town and there's still heat between them. But despite Peter's assertion that Europe doesn't need Spider-Man, that proves not to be case. I couldn't entirely buy his actions and he was incredibly convenient at times. All the characters seem well developed and likable. Instead of being convicted, Nettie is released, enabling the police to follow her every move. They were not perfect, but had screw-ups both in their personal lives and professionally and were so easy to relate to and had me rooting for them to get past their issues.
She didn't tell him about being pregnant with his baby for the same reason. You will always be able to play your favorite games on Kongregate. There were parts about them I liked and parts I didn't particularly care for at different times in the story. Kyle is especially snarky and has plenty of attitude. What really brought this story to life were the supporting characters and I couldn't help but wonder what the author has planned next.
Get your games in front of thousands of users while monetizing through ads and virtual goods. I'm looking forward to Tom and Gabe's stories. The emotions are so intense and the suspense is enough to keep you hooked. There's a bit of f-bomb profanity throughout from Betsy Andreu, in some cases understandable because she was particularly maliciously discredited by Armstrong. She can't handle it alone and has to turn to the last man who should want to help her the way she treated him.
Kyle takes it as his chance to not only keep Abby and her family out of danger, but maybe get an explanation and a second chance. Abby finds evidence of a human trafficking ring that has high and numerous political ties. Trying to keep herself and her nephew safe, Kyle comes to the rescue. It might be a coincidence, but Kyle seriously doubts it. When we learn the real reason why Abby let Kyle go, I was disappointed. Yeah, I was eager when this first in the series came up telling the youngest Dawson brother's romance. Like the director's chair, the script has changed hands a few times already.
Overall, while I was hoping for a little more closure regarding a pretty big topic with Abby and Kyle, I really liked this one and will definitely be checking out other Kate SeRine books when I get a chance! Well, you step in to save the day of course. This is a second chances story for them. Gripping and intense, with wonderful family dynamics and brotherly relationships, a solid suspense arc, and a great cast of characters. And the job also served him well in order to leave Indiana behind to avoid his family, but mostly to try to forget the woman who broke his heart three years ago. I was still able to follow along with everything and that is part of what made this book that great for me.