Opposites in every way. But a short skirt, too many birthday cocktails, and spilled secrets lead to a night neither can forget. Now, Shaw and Rule have to figure out how a girl like her and a guy like him are supposed to be together without destroying their love. But Ayden Cross is done walking on the wild side with bad boys. Yet the closer he feels to Ayden, the less he seems to know her. Will the blaze burn into an enduring love.
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Ive been excited for some time to get to Asas book. I love reading books about reformed men. If youve read the Marked Men series, you know that Asa has a past. Hes not always been the best brother, the best friend or the best man. Hes had a wake up call and this southern charmer is trying to do the right thing, to stay on the straight and narrow and be a better man. Royal is a police officer. How ironic that this police officer is insanely attracted to this ex con?
Royal is going through 4 stars! Royal is going through a lot right now. Asa is hesitant. Royal does what she can to get Asa to see himself as she sees him. I liked how their relationship took a little time to develop. There was a bit of drama which I understood, but still irked me but overall, this was low drama and angst and just an all around good read. I loved both Asa and Royal. I always find it nice when both main characters are likable.
I loved the connection that Asa and Royal shared. Not just the chemistry and the steam, but how they were on an emotional level. This story was about sacrifice, about love, about new beginnings, making positive changes. About moving on, letting go and falling in love. Asa was a great final book in the Marked Men series. The ending was absolutely perfect and made me tear up just a bit. I really hope Jay will give us a spin off book maybe Zeb???
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I would have taken her home, taken her to bed, and not felt guilty at all about knowing that she was making choices without all her cylinders firing. I used to like it when things were handed to me with no effort on my part, and I liked it that when I walked away, I could always brush off any kind of responsibility for wrongdoing and put it on someone else. Accountability was a foreign thing, and back in the day I avoided it like I owed it money. Now, when I watched this very pretty drunk girl, obviously out of control, obviously looking for trouble, I wanted her to know how heavy an anchor regret could be.
Asa (Marked Men Series #6)