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review 2019-02-05 04:23
Book Review for Hard Road The Untouchable MC by Joanna Blake
Hard Road (The Untouchables MC Book 4) Kindle Edition by Joanna Blake (Author), LJ Anderson (Illustrator), Valorie Clifton (Editor), F - Joanna Blake
Hard Road The Untouchable MC
by Joanna Blake
  • File Size: 4969 KB
  • Print Length: 325 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: January 23, 2019
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B07N2N8NBD
  • Source: Bookspout Arc copy
  • Reviewed by Angels With Attitude Book Reviews
  • 5 stars from US
People think I’m crazy. They’re right. They just don’t know why. Nobody knows the truth about me, but she sees right through me with her big blue eyes.
I’m reckless and wild. But when I see her, I want something different. For the first time in nearly a decade, I start thinking about what happens after.
After I catch my brother’s killer.
She doesn’t seem to care that I’m a merciless criminal who will stop at nothing for revenge. She softens me, and that’s a luxury I can’t afford.
She’s the most dangerous thing for a guy like me, but I can’t seem to stay away.
I gave up everything to find out the truth about what happened to my brother. It’s been years since his murder, and it’s taken me that long to get this close. I need to end it, once and for all.
My demons are big, but when she gets in the way, I find out my need for her is even bigger.
Hard Road
 is Book 4 in the Untouchables MC series. It can be read as a standalone. There is no cheating and a guaranteed happily ever after.
I have to say that this was and enjoyable read for us as it was filled with tons of emotion,suspense,a great cast of characters,second chances, and about healing ones battered soul.
Parker - We found her to be savvy,brave,strong,cunning,broken,courageous,beautiful inside and out.
Shane-We found him to be dark,broken,dangerous,sweet,kind,generous,
protective,lost and sexy as sin.

We really enjoyed the story as it all started out with a misunderstanding between Parker and Shane but, one thing is for sure since their first meeting he was protective of him/her and they had some sort of connection neither understanding why.

Shane we loved him from the onset of the story you felt his pain from losing his brother as well as losing his identity.With Shane being undercover and constantly posing as someone he is not has taken a toll on him but, Parker turns out to the bright light in his very dark world. 

Parker was this little shy little thing when we first met her but, we saw her blossom into the women she was meant to be before life intervened and took her light away.We loved seeing her leave her old life behind and become this vibrant and determined women and now felt she was worthy of being loved.

We loved the story and how two kindred spirits found each other in order to heal and be free of the pain they lived in for so long.Shane and Parker where perfect for one another her soft to his hard but, not soft enough to live his life or share his demons.

We loved this couple together especially the lengths Shane went to keep Parker and holy hotness did this couple create sparks and chemistry.Shane cracked me up most of the time with his antic's protectiveness and jealousy .lol

We are really enjoying these characters in this series we love them all but, we also have to give a shout -out to all the old ladies of this club their just a hoot and make me laugh time and time again.

Looking for to the next installment.


Joanna Blake loves good old fashioned romance, men who open doors and work with their hands. Hot Blooded Heroes is a series of sizzling stories about True Blue American men and the women who love them. She's thrilled to be collaborating with Pincushion Press on her new series! Come along for the ride!


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review 2019-01-10 01:28
Untouchable! (Private #3)
Untouchable - Kate Brian

Basic Info

Pages/Length: 6 hrs
Genre: Young Adult; Chick Lit; Trash.
Reason For Reading: Rage the fuck out.

At A Glance

Love Triangle/Insta Love/Obsession?:
Triangle, but a different boy then the last book's triangle.
Cliff Hanger: no
Triggers: n/a
Rating: 1 Star

Score Sheet
All out of ten

Cover: 4
Plot: 3
Characters: 0
World Building:5
Flow: 6
b>Series Congruity: 7
Writing: 6
Ending: 3

Total: 3/10

In Depth

Best Part:
Worst Part: ha, where to begin.
Thoughts Had: I want you to die.


Continuing the Series:
Yes, i need the rage outlet.
Recommending: Fuck no.

Short Review: Again, how can anyone like these books?! The MC gets dumber and dumber in each book. So book 2 ends SPOILER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! with Thomas' body being discover. *cue dramatic music* So you would think the MC who was so in love with this kid, never mind the fact that she date another guy with Thomas was still "missing", would be so distraught and a mess right? Meh she was upset for a bit, and by a bit i'm talking like a week at max, then she was moving on to his best friend/roommate, yah you read that right. And the fucker did the whole line "Thomas never know what he had when he had you...". So our MC basically jumps into bed with this dude, A WHOLE FREAKING WEEK AFTER HIS BODY WAS FOUND. WHAT THE FUCK times 3. (view spoiler)


Book Boyfriend: PASS PASS PASS
Best Friend Material: PASS PASS PASS

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review 2018-12-31 08:58
Review: Untouchable by Jayne Ann Krentz
Untouchable - Jayne Ann Krentz

Reviewed for Wit and Sin


Foster brothers Jack Lancaster, Max Cutler, and Cabot Sutter were all raised in a cult until one hellish night when cult leader Quinton Zane burned down the compound, leaving them orphans. Supposedly Zane died years ago, but Jack, Max, Cabot, and their rescuer/foster father, Anson Salinas, know better. After years of chasing shadows, the man behind their trauma is within their grasp…if they can survive his machinations. Because Zane is tired of hiding, and with a fortune on the line he needs to eliminate the threat the four men who know too much about him present. And he’s going to start with Jack…

Untouchable is an entertaining read that brings the hunt for Quinton Zane to a satisfying conclusion. Jack and Winter are more cerebral characters which gives them and their romance a slightly different dynamic. They’re an interesting pair: a focused hunter haunted by the past who works cold cases and a skilled hypnotist with ghosts of her own. I loved watching how Jack’s mind worked through cases and he definitely fascinated me. Winter is the only person who can bring him back when he goes too far into his own head and her skills are interesting in their own right. They fit one another well, they have solid (if understated) chemistry, and there’s definitely passion. Yet while I liked them together, I won’t deny that there was a certain ineffable spark that was missing, thus making the love story feel a bit by-the-numbers. I’ll be honest and say that this didn’t bother me overmuch, but I do think it’s worth mentioning because other readers may not be as content.

As one might expect from the final book in the trilogy, the resolution of the Quinton Zane plotline shifts the balance more toward suspense. Zane has been the bogeyman of the series; the charismatic, pyromaniac cult leader who is a brilliant con man capable of eluding capture for decades. The problem with having such a powerful villain is that they work better as a shadowy, unseen figure than they do as a main antagonist. There’s so much buildup in When All the Girls Have Gone and Promise Not to Tell that there’s no way one human man could deliver when he ultimately appears (at least if you want him to be plausibly defeated by the heroes and heroines). For me, Zane was the weak point in Untouchable and I wished some of the much-touted charisma and cleverness had shown to make him a stronger villain. That being said, the action scenes were still exciting and the hunt itself was entertaining. Jayne Ann Krentz knows how to keep the pages turning and the story engaging, so I can forgive some of the weaker points in the story because I enjoyed it, flaws and all.

Untouchable is the third book in the Cutler, Sutter & Salinas series but it can be read as a standalone. I enjoyed revisiting beloved characters and I got a kick out seeing Jack and Winter in towns from other Jayne Ann Krentz/Amanda Quick books (who doesn’t love a good Easter egg?). So while Untouchable has its flaws, it was still a solid read and a satisfying end to the Cutler, Sutter & Salinas trilogy.

FTC Disclosure: I received this book for free from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.


Source: witandsin.blogspot.com/2018/12/review-untouchable-by-jayne-ann-krentz.html
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text 2018-09-17 05:20
Reading progress update: I've read 112 out of 324 pages.
Untouchable - Ava Marsh

just a teeny bit more of this tonight, but now there’s been a murder. 

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text 2018-09-16 23:51
Reading progress update: I've read 86 out of 324 pages.
Untouchable - Ava Marsh

things are starting to get sinister. I knew that would happen. 


I like the the writing style in this one - Grace’s voice; and she has become like a real person. but I think she’s about to have problems in her life she couldn’t dream of. and I wonder what’s happened to her friend.

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