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Thursday, 13 December 2012

Razing Kayne by Julieanne Reeves

Razing Kayne (Walking a Thin Blue Line, #1)

For two years, State Trooper Kayne Dobrescu has wanted only one thing: to understand why his wife inexplicably killed their children and then herself. Memories haunt his days and lay siege to his nights, leaving him questioning his reasons for living.

Jessica Hallstatt became a widow and single mother the night her firefighter husband died in a fiery explosion at an accident scene. While her husband may have died a hero, he left Jessica with deep emotional scars that haven't begun to heal. 

When Kayne accepted a transfer to the mountain town of Payson, Arizona, he never expected to meet anyone like Jessica. From the moment he pulled her over for speeding, he was drawn in by her whiskey colored eyes and sassy dimple. But she and her children are a forever type package, and he's vowed never to give anyone the power to destroy him again. Yet fate has other ideas, throwing Kayne and Jessica together in a fight against an unknown enemy to save the life of a child—and hopefully one another.

Warning: Contains graphic language, explicit sex and one very hot man in uniform.


Holly's Review

All I kept thinking as I read this book is 'Wow, this is such a great story' and I totally didn't want it to end. From the first chapter and it's unimaginable tragedy that befalls our hero I simply could not tear myself away!

State Trooper Kayne Dobrescu suffers the unimaginable tragedy of having his wife murder their children and then kill herself in front of him. With no answers and unable to stay in that home or town any longer he accepts a transfer to a small mountain town in Arizona to try and move on. When he pulls over Jessica Hallstatt for speeding he is intrigued with her to say the least, but wholeheartedly wants no part of dating or relationships of any kind. Especially with a woman who is the widow of a firefighter who was killed at an accident scene, and who is a single mother to 4 adopted children. 

I don't want to go into to much detail about this story as there are some really great surprises and some fantastic suspense. Of course, Kayne keeping his distance and not falling for Jessica, and vise versa is totally out of the question so as you can imagine, sparks fly!! 

This story was one of the best I've read in awhile and I would recommend it to just about everyone. If you like a story that will surprise you, definitely make you shed some tears and make you feel all warm and fuzzy at times, along with some really great sex scenes. Get yourself a copy of this book! You won't regret it! 

I loved it so much I am really excited about the fact that it is labeled as 'Walking a Thin Blue Line #1' which has to mean there are more coming, right!!! Woo Hoo!!! This girl can't wait!!

I will leave you with my minds eye version of Kayne Dobrescu.....yummm!


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7 comments:

krazymama_98 said...

Well done review. I have not read this yet. But plan to. Thanks!
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Lisa G said...

I have read this and completely agree with your review. I was pulled into the story and hated having to come up for air while reading it.

helpmerhonda72 said...

Nice review Holly!

GraceDZ said...

Awesome review! I'm looking forward to reading this. :)

Rhonda D said...

I completely agree! I can't wait for #2. This book rocked. And to think she's a new author. I can't wait!

southerngirl said...

Great review. I was a lucky one and got to beta read RAZING KAYNE. Even before the edits and polishing it went through it was amazing. I could not put it down. I remember going to check my mailbox with my Kindle in my hand reading that book while I was walking. She is writing NICK OF TIME right now and I can't wait to read it. And there is a RAZING KAYNE discussion group on Facebook if anyone is interested.

Loupe Duffy said...

I'll be reading this on my way to Philadelphia, 13+ hrs of driving, It sounds like this it's going to make the time fly.
Thanks! Great review :)

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