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Take me Harder

Take Me Harder

Texas Bounty #3

Jackie Ashenden

Take Me Harder by Jackie Ashenden

Reviewed by Helen

I am loving this series talk about melt while reading this one. Yes Rush Redmond the middle son of Joseph Redmond now deceased is one bad ass of a hero an ex- convict sent to jail for murder that he didn’t commit and left there for 8 years now he is out and back with his brothers working the bounty hunter business but it looks like an old friend is going to pull him down a peg or two sit back and enjoy a wild ride to a fabulous HEA.

Ava St George has grown up now she is still a cookies and milk girl but a cop as well she has followed in her mother and father’s footsteps and works hard she lost her mother when she was young she was killed while working and her father is distant but she made friends all those years ago with Rush who is ten years older than her. Ava has been given a tip about her mother’s death and she needs Rush’s help now that he is home, but that crush she had on him years ago did it ever go away maybe not because as innocent as Ava is Rush brings out another side to Ava.

Rush is out of jail home and angry big time, he has a good reason to be so angry he has plans to stay a year then move on he has made a lot of contacts inside and is a changed man now Rush was always the caring person not anymore or maybe he is still when his old friend Ava who now is a cop and gorgeous and such a temptation to him asks for help what can he do but help of course there are reasons he wants to help for himself to uncover the truth about a secret that he has kept since his Mum passed away a doozy of a secret.

This is one fabulous story that will keep you turning the pages my god Rush is bad and Ava so innocent but what a perfect couple they make friends to lovers and wild up and down journey that is fast and so very good I savoured every word. MS Ashenden you have done it again a fabulous story that will be on the keeper shelf.

5/5 stars for a fabulous story
Published February 7th 2017 by Loveswept