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by Zoey Derrick
Released: March 31, 2015
Published by Self Published
“This is definitely a feel good trilogy and the angst is more short-lived in order to get you to that coveted HEA. ” ~ Under the Covers
Redeeming Kyle is the 3rd installment in the 69 Bottles trilogy and a whirlwind of a wrap-up to these characters I’ve really grown to love. It’s made me a fan of rocker romance, which I can honestly say had been a subgenre I’d avoided before. You MUST read the first two in the series to have an understanding of the complexities of this threesome relationship. Addison, Kyle, and Talon have been put through a wringer of emotions in a short period of time, finally coming to terms with their mutual attraction. Kyle and Talon share a sexual chemistry apart from Addison that’s has been a lot of fun to experience over the last two books. Now they face their biggest challenge together, both physically and emotionally. Talon seems to rise to the occasion, but Kyle’s past has left emotional scars that make love and the possibility of loss almost too much to bear.
It’s sooooo hard to do this review without major spoilers! Suffice it to say that we still get lots of red hot threesome action between these Addison, Kyle, and Talon, and the unique combinations never fail to disappoint. Kyle and Talon get together on their own as well, so if you like MM centered sex, you’ll also be panting for more. They have NO boundaries when it comes to loving and you get to see each character take charge for a bit. This last installment is much more character focused, and the outside action is kept to a minimum. We’re in the heads of all three, with changing points of view which makes the conflict interesting. It helps to be inside Kyle’s head for a bit, as without this, you might be more pissed off at him than you already are! Talon surprised me by being the reliable and unwavering partner, always focused and in this for the long haul. This is definitely a feel good trilogy and the angst is more short-lived in order to get you to that coveted HEA. This is the end of the series, after all, and a LOT needed to be tied up. Thankfully, we get a good peak into the future for these three, which is a treat. There’s loads of room for novellas and spin offs from what I can tell, but I don’t know yet what Zoey Derrick has up her sleeve! I’ll be reading it as soon as it comes out 😉
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I’m well known to be a genre hopper, who has very few hard limits.My first real romance series was J.R. Ward’s Black Dagger Brotherhood and she still rocks my paranormal world, along with Karen Moning’s Fever series and Joey Hill’s Vampire Queen series.That being said, you’ll often see me reading erotic romance with a BDSM focus.I’m never afraid of dark and dubious reads a la Joey Hill, Tiffany Reisz and Cari Silverwood.When genre fatigue sets in, a witty historical romance never fails to satisfy me, and Lisa Kleypasand Sarah MacLeanare my auto-buys.My favorite series of all time is Diana Gabaldon’s Outlader saga, and I will fight for Jamie Fraser to the death ;). Much to my fellow romance readers’ surprise, I also cleanse my palate with popular contemporary reads.Romantic suspense.LGBT.Western.If the writing is on, I’ll dig in.
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