Sunday, August 18, 2013

Title: Razing Kayne
Series: Walking A Think Blue Line, #1
Author: Julieanne Reeves
Rating: 3 Shooting Stars

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.

Razing Kayne is about a man whose lost every thing by chance finds a women who literally takes his breath away. He sees her, and it is an instant attraction. But he doesn't want that type of relationship in his life again. He doesn't think he can go there. But when chance has him meeting the woman again, and meeting her four children things go a little crazy. Especially when her past seems connected to him. 

Jess didn't want another man in her life. And she really doesn't want to have another one who won't be there for her children. But when she meets Kayne every thing changes for both of them. It is a very dramatic story. 

Overall the book was okay. I did like it. But I personally couldn't connect with it. I liked the plot, but I just didn't really care for the characters at times. I really thought Jess was kind of weak, and frustrating at times. I did admire Kayne though. I really enjoyed his character, but he was probably the only one I really liked. So I did like the book, but won't be reading more in this series.

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