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Jagged - Kristen Ashley
Jagged
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3.63 340
The next novel in Kristen Ashley's sizzling Colorado Mountain series introduces a new electrifying relationship that turns Carnal, Colorado into a hotbed of action, romance, and suspense.
The next novel in Kristen Ashley's sizzling Colorado Mountain series introduces a new electrifying relationship that turns Carnal, Colorado into a hotbed of action, romance, and suspense.
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Format: kindle
ASIN: B00BEK71Q6
Publisher: Forever
Pages no: 345
Edition language: English
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Fangirl Moments and My Two Cents
Fangirl Moments and My Two Cents rated it
4.0 Jagged
Man, this couple can fight! LOL. I did find them to be a little immature with all the carrying on they did. I liked that not as much time was spent describing clothes, jewelry, furnishings and such as with some KA books. I also felt like Ham was a little more realistic that some of the other alp...
Between The Bookends
Between The Bookends rated it
1.0 Jagged
Probably the worst book KA has ever written, HATED IT! Ham was a douche who would have picked Feb had she been available, and Cookie (gag nickname) was the biggest doormat known to man...
Aimee
Aimee rated it
4.0 Jagged
There is a specific formula that this author writes with. All of the books so far have been the same story, just different characters. Normally, by now, I would be exasperated with it and call it quits. But there is something about these characters that keeps me coming back for more. I've devoured a...
Shooting Stars Reviews
Shooting Stars Reviews rated it
3.0 Jagged by Kristen Ashley
Jagged begins with Zara telling "Ham" that she can't see him any more. They've been having a relationship for a while now, but it was one of those don't ask don't tell type of things. But Zara knows she's in love with him, and that he's never going to give her more. So she decides to try to move on ...
kdhmhmm
kdhmhmm rated it
2.0 Jagged
I hated the first 50% of this book and didn't like the last 50% much better because it follows the same formula as the first four in the series. Less time was spent describing jewelry and clothes and no one died, but, otherwise, same old same old.
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