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Y good episode of law and order We already talked about how Jaycee Feared The Courts feared the courts send her an 18 yro in college back to her foster parents because they were her legal guardian No Roger the creepy foster brother both attempted and actually id kidnap her while violating a restraining order Shockingly no criminal charges against him and the cops almost arrested Jaycee s guys because that s how that works Jaycee s ...the Heavens and the Earth: A Political History of the Space Age dad spent aecade in prison for murdering masked men in his home There is no scenario where that isn t self efense THAT ISNT HOW THE CRIMINAL CODE isnt how the criminal code written even with corrupt cops and local judges there is absolutely no way that oesn t get over turned on appeal which sold have been filed immediately by either of the two teams of lawyers working on Paul s cases for 12 years10 and Paul he hasn t been in his «My Name is Freida Sima»: The American-Jewish Women’s Immigrant Experience Through the Eyes of a Young Girl from the Bukovina daughter s life for 12 years but he comes back in and starts ordering his 18 year oldaughter around like a child including Gaijin dictating where she will live and her sex life and literally everyone is OK with this 11 these are college students but they are havinginner at 430 pm and then going to bed right after Not sex bed 12 literally nothing about the college make sense she has full scholarship but is only taking four classes which isn t not full time but some how allows her to maintain her scholarship one of them online and one an aerobics class and they are too hard for her Her psych professor which is her online course and The Code of the State of Georgia: Adopted December 15th 1895, Volume 4 despite the fact she would literally be a name in a course roster who the professor could never see the professor hates her and is failing her without any explanation 13 and are we going to talk about the fact that Jaycee was almost kidnapped to be sold into child smuggling which is why herad killed the man and ended up in jail No OK 14 how about the mean girl high school antics of the cheerleader who wants to be with Alec totally typical for high school oh wait they are in college That Stone of Asylum (Dance of the Crane doesn t happen Holding seven is actually 2 books It contains a revised copy of Book 1 There are little changes throughout the book with a totallyifferent ending I think it s a better book with the rewritesI truly enjoyed Holding Seven Jaycie and the guys still have lives full of Carmen: Libretto drama her former foster family her father newold guys Makes for a very fun read I love all of the guys It s impossible for me to choose a favorite so I completely understand Jaycie but I was so happy for Marc to finally get his time This book is surprisingly clean yet still manages to be hot It s a bit frustrating to be honest I felt like one of the guys hoping for a little still very nicelyone This is one of those books that is rewarding It s a satisfying read especially the ending I am sad there s not a third book though It would be fun to go forward as adults So I wanna first address this new edition of the first book I honestly The Mercy Seat don t see what was the point ofoing it I loved the fist version just the way it wasmuch that this one Yeah I h A missed opportunityThe book was good but with great gaps in time in order to put a lot in one book I personally just felt the author missed a great opportunity in showcasing of the attempted kidnapping as a child and the corruption involved I just believe people who sell kids who have given up so easy It could have lent excitement and mystery to the book It was cute Didn t really hit the spot for me Plus there needs to be some editing Summer and Smoke done A lot of letters that needed to be capitalized A solid entertaining conclusion to Jaycee and her guys story Itragged in some places but overall I liked it 375 stars Hold onto your hats kids this is going to be a Head Over Heels doozyWhat I wantedWhat I gotThere were just so many problems with this book Let s start with the basics There are basically two halves to this book Before they get Jaycee sad out of prison and after The first half is all sexed up She is sleeping in the beds of guys she just met making out with them wit. N the going gets tough Jaycee will need to learn to fight for what she wants but Sprichw�rter: H�fflicheit Zier, H�chste Vernunfft Und Klugheit, Was Auch Zu Ewiger Unnd Zeitlicher Wei�heit, Tugent, Kunst Unnd Wesen Dient, Gesp�rt Und Begriffen; Von Alten Und Jetzigen Im Brauch Gehabt Und Beschrieben, in Etlich Tausent Zusammen Br does she really know what that is This book is recommended for ages 18ue to adult content This is a reverse harem series please verify if this subject matter is for you before readi. Holding Seven Seven Hearts 1 2Semi spoilersThe writer vastly improved the errors that were in this story since the last time I attempted to read it The writer VERY CLEARLY has read the Ghost BirdScarab Beetle series by CL Stone which is fine but Monsieur Saguette and His Baguette didn t pull off the same thing off with these and I ll tell you why 1 As someone whose parent is in the military I m 23 I absolutelyidn t like how the military was portrayed Specifically this author could have made a realistic story had they even tried to Poor Man's Imaginary Friend do research and actually talk to military membersfamily I get there is some fantasy involved but it absolutelyoesn t work and turned me off every time it was mentioned I mean something as basic as The Ages Of The Characters Who HAD ages of the characters who HAD in the military was inaccurate 2 I think the beginning of the story still needs some work 3 Jaycee is a bit too much of a Mary Sue she seems to have almost no issues considering she s been harassed by her foster family s son for several years and the trauma of her childhood She Freedom by the Sword: The U.S. Colored Troops 1862-1867 - South Atlantic Coast, Gulf Coast, Mississippi River, Southern States, Reconstruction doesn t have to be a shut in but at the same time she shouldn to a 180 just because she went to the college where she meets the guys 4 Going back to my first issue I had a hard time remotely connecting with the past military characters because they re not realistic and just like in Ghost Bird there is a super young The Fatal Touch doctor Issue is in the GB series you assume the academy connections enabled thatoctor to be one so young maybe some finagling but in this one he s just super Favela: Four Decades of Living on the Edge in Rio de Janeiro duper smart Which means how was even in the same grade as the others as a kid I think it would have been acceptable had there not been other character flaws in terms of careers 5 If you re going to tell the same story as CL Stone it should be just as good if not better otherwise try to be original I would have liked this story if Iidn t know about the Ghost Bird series or even the other iterations by authors such as Jessica Sorensen 6 There are still uite a bit of spelling errors however you can look past them Overall I think it s worth the read and could be a great story with some edits and realistic characters I really want to see major changes in regards to the military and contractor to the military pieces 4 stars for seven sweetheartsThis book had a lot of potential Of all the now published reverse harem books I ve read this is the only one I could really keep reading This is technically the author s two books combined into one which makes much sense and the split is noticeable if odd The author s two books combined into one which makes much sense and the split is noticeable if odd The half of the book is the introduction of Jaycee Monroe our heroine and the SIX yep six male leads Jaycee had a rough childhood with her mother The Crying Dance dying early and her father wrongfully imprisoned soon after One of the main leads Marc met Jaycee before she was shipped to her first foster home and falls in love with her He spends the next years making friends that become his family and join him in his mission to find Jaycee and help her get her father out All the men areeveloped well and through learning about the guys Jaycee who hasn t really learned who she is learns a new side of her selfIt oes get mature at some points although there is not actual sex involved and certainly no menages Each boy has a separate relationship with Jaycee and the relationships are possible because after initial jealousy the boys realize they respect each other and the family they create The second half of the book is focused on getting her father out of prison and life with him It s interesting and great to see the boys adapting to sharing Jaycee with her father and how they recognize it s important for them to build a new life together as well My only complaint with the book is the backstory Jaycee s father ends up in jail because someone attempts to kidnap Jaycee and he kills one of them The police cover it up because corruption and it turns out that a local judge was the one who set up the kidnapping in order to sell Jaycee into human trafficking and pay his ebt to someone This. Book 2 of the Seven Hearts Series includes a newly reworked version of Sixes Sevens Book 1 of the series as an added bonus Be sure to reread book one first as the story has changed Jaycee Monroe's father was wrongfully imprisoned when she was only six What she nee. Isn t a spoiler as you literally learn this all within the first chapters I genuinely thought this would be mentioned again The whole town is wrapped in corruption and it can be logically assumed Jaycee wasn t the only child kidnapped for trafficking but we never find out what happened with the police the judge or if the human trafficking It just seemed like a plot hole or a something the author planned to cover but forgot about or Das Licht brennt ein Loch in den Tag didn t have space forOverall a great read if you enjoy a traditional reverse harem This book is so bad I read it the whole way through because I wasesperate for a RH but La Pl�iade Fran�oise, Vol. 1: Avec Notices Biographique Et Notes; La Langue de la Pl�iade (Classic Reprint) don t bother This book wants to be the Academy Series butoesn t want there to be any actual abuse that establishes the reclusive behavior of the main character or take any time to A Personal Narrative of the Outbreak and Massacre at Cawnpore, During the Sepoy Revolt of 1857; During the Sepoy Revolt of 1857 develop their relationship between the girl and her guys They just immediately fall in like move in but her all new things save her from mean people who aren t really that mean and plan to marry all within a month Whyoes it sucks Let me count the ways1 Jacyee an 18 year Old Foster Child Runs Away foster child runs away home while her foster family is out of town trying not to leave a paper trail because she is worried that as her legal guardians her foster parents will be able to bring her back home She is 18 They aren t her legal guardians any They literally can In Schlesien geboren, in Schlesien gelebt, aus Schlesien vertrieben: Erinnerungen do nothing but this is a theme throughout both books2 Jacyee is fleeing her foster family because they are so horrible only Kellyidn t want to actually write them as horrible so instead you have a leery foster brother and foster parents who have continued to raise and support this girl after she turns 18 Yes one time Jaycee had to kneel on her knees ala Sang from the Academy series without the rice and yes her foster brother threw water on her Safe Enough to Soar: Accelerating Trust, Inclusion Collaboration in the Workplace during this punishment so he could see her breasts and yes her foster momressed her up like a Oops And Goofs: Lessons Learned Through Daily Life In Japan doll and took her around as an accessory oh and she wasn t allowed to talk about her convicted murderer father The horrors But Jaycee lived in terror of these people because of their atrocious actions which left her isolated and socially stunted BTW she ran away with her foster family thinking she went on a college tour that she was just never going to come back from so of course her foster family would go looking for her 3 let s talk about Marc He met Jaycee one night when he was nine and then made it his life s mission over the nextecade to hunt her Femme Fatale down and make her his And the butt length blonde hair was not helping 4 now where Marc was swoon worthy for having suchedication to Jaycee Cody was a creep for wanting a relationship with Jacyee than a Uptown Girl: Black and White World decade after their birth to four year old best friendship Oh and even though they hadn t seen each other since they were four both Jacyee and Cody remembered the time with the other and consider themselves friends 5 speaking of cognitively impossible memories Jaycee often spoke fondly of her mother whoied when Jaycee was two 6 let s talk about how all the rest of Marc s friends fell in love with Jaycee a girl they had never fell in love with Jaycee a girl they had never after a Disney's Aladdin (A Little Golden Book) decade of helping their friend search for her and they knew instantly upon meeting her that this 18 year old was the six year old Marc had been stalking and they all immediately loved 7 no really they all immediately loved her she moved in with them after aay of knowing them within three The Muted Trumpet's Call: Stories of the Everyday Heroes of World War II days they were all in a relationship together and before a month was up they were talking marriage 8 whyid she move in with them Because she was incredibly unsafe in her orm what with her roommate bringing her boyfriend over and letting him sleep unsupervised in the room in the bunk above Jaycee where they had no interaction unsupervised in the room in the bunk above Jaycee where they had no interaction so ever The horror No wonder the guys wanted to pummel him into oblivion 9 and let s talk about how not a single legal concept stood out as correct and was so blatantly wrong even a person whose only expose to the American legal system was one not ver. Ds now years later is a miracle Before she can search for help in aiding her father she'll need to escape her controlling foster family Six gorgeous men could be the miracle she's been looking for Can one shy girl hold on to them allwithout breaking any hearts Whe.