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Get It On by J. Kenner

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Synopsis

Skillful hands. A talented tongue.
Meet Mr. May.
 

Fate’s been messing with veteran Tyree Johnson. It took his buddies in combat and his wife in a fatal car accident. But he’ll be damned if he’ll let Fate take his beloved bar, The Fix on Sixth.

For years, he’s avoided being Fate’s whipping boy through sheer force of will, and now every bit of his focus is centered on saving his business. Until, that is, the first woman who ever touched his heart walks back into his life—along with a daughter he never knew.

After years of loneliness, Tyree’s not prepared for the way Eva’s sensual curves and sharp wit still capture his heart and rekindle his senses. All he knows is that for the first time in forever, he’s found a passion other than his bar. But one final twist arrives when Fate pits the bar he can’t bear to lose against the woman who’s stolen his heart.

He’s a master at red-hot ecstasy. 

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Review

I was really excited to read Tyree’s story… and it just didn’t do it for me. Where was the interaction with him and the bar staff? Where was his POV on the bar and the reason for his contest?

When a blast from his past comes back into his life, he is all confused (for about half a chapter) then he’s pretty much fine except that he can’t get over the fact that moving on feels like he is disrespecting his late wife. Fair enough but it seemed like it was missing something. Yes, there isn’t the same passion or humour as the first few books have had – but I was waiting for more drama or something less cookie-cutter to happen.

Still, Tyree is one of the faves from this series and Book 5 is just as sweet a read as the rest of them!

~Alex (3/5)

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