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  • Really loved this one!

    For the past two years, Boyd Masterson has been content living as a recluse up in the hills outside of Crimson Point. After what had happened at the end of his military career and how he was treated, all he wanted was peace and quiet and just to be away from everyone. It was not until the appearance of a lost injured pup and in turn, the appearance of Ember Thiessen that he realized being alone was not enough anymore. After surviving the mass murder that took her brother from her, Ember is now alone. For the past two months since the attack, she has been trying to cope. She had just been going through the motions of living. When she found out that Mozzie, her brother's beloved dog was found, going to get her was exactly what she needed. Mozzie was the only tie she had left of her late brother and hoped maybe she can get some closure by going back to where it all happened. When Ember appears at Boyd’s doorstep to pick up Mozzie, they both realized they had met before. As rare as it was that Boyd is ever in town, he was actually at the same coffee shop as her and the rest of the hiking crew, including her brother, on that horrific day. There was a spark from that first day and they both feel that spark has not lessened. But Ember is here to heal and find closure and Boyd sees himself as damaged and feels his needs may be too much for Ember. After a series of events, Ember and Mozzie are under Boyd’s roof, and as they get to know each other their budding attraction could no longer be denied. Boyd was already feeling protective over her, but when danger from the attack resurfaces, his need to claim and keep her safe was the most important mission in his life. I have loved all of the books in the Crimson Point series, but I have to say Ember and Boyd’s story is my favorite. The instant connection, that pull towards each other, the understanding of each other’s issues, and that intense and scorching chemistry made me love them together so much. And as a dog lover, I adored that it was a little pup that brought them together. This was a fantastic 5-star read.

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  • Dangerous Survivor

    Excellent book. The chemistry between Boyd and Ember is amazing and I loved that all of the other Crimson Point characters were also an integral part of this book. If you haven't read the other books in this series you need to read them now. The entire series is that good.

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  • Dangerous Survivor

    Another great book enjoyed it very much only problem is waiting for next but worth the wait Kayla Cross are ALWAYS GREAT READS

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  • Oh, I love the dog!

    Great wrap up to Crimson Point and intro to Crimson Point Protectors. Ember is sweet and unbelievably brave to come back, not just for her brother’s dog, but to face her fears. Boyd is perfect for her and I loved watching him slowly shedding his protective shell. Well worth reading!

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