Looking for a family she never knew… She finds a love she never expected.
For Kinsey Landon, learning that she has three brothers was the shock of a lifetime. Finding out her brothers are the owners of the biker bar took shock to a whole new level. She goes to Aces & Eights, and deciding against introductions, Kinsey leaves—but not before locking eyes with a man so sexy he could make a saint want to sin. When he shows up at Kinsey’s job and invites her to lunch, she sees it as an opportunity to learn about her brothers, not to mention spending time with a handsome man. But there’s more than good looks to Rand. A sadness so deep, she’s not sure anything can heal him. Not even love.
FBI agent Rand Stevens is outside his comfort zone. Undercover as a hard-living biker who co-owns the bar is testing his acting skills. But pretending he’s not attracted to the Gentry brothers’ kid sister will earn him an Academy Award…if he could ignore the attraction. The heat between Rand and Kinsey is explosive but Rand doesn’t want a relationship. The breakup of his marriage hurt, but the death of his little girl left him broken, and he won’t risk heartbreak again. Even though Kinsey makes him feel alive again, he ignores his feelings for her…until the unthinkable happens. Now Rand only has one chance to save Kinsey…before it’s too late.
What an amazing ending to this fabulous series, the feels, the emotions - I smiled, chuckled, sighed, swooned, and had the tears were in my eyes more times then I am comfortable to admit.
The Gentry brothers won my heart over through the series. They are charming, commanding, and tough as nails, with cream puff hearts, who fight for the justice, protect what is theirs, and love fiercely and forever ones they give their hearts away. They had found their places in the life, only two things missing, the sister they found about recently, and the mother who left them with their nightmarish father.
Kinsey Landon is looking for her long-lost brothers, and while at it, she finds Rand Stevens, the broken-hearted FBI agent who just does not fit in the biker bar he says he owns.
Kinsey and Rand have an instant, burning attraction, that they both admit to and a bit surprisingly for Rand, are willing to act upon. Rand's broken heart after his little daughter passed away, the divorce that followed, and the ways he was trying to dull the pain, has made him swear off relationships. He is not ready to risk his heart, to feel any emotions, to open up just to have his heart ribbed in pieces again. But Kinsey has that spark that pulls him out of the darkness he has lived in for the past year, brings sunshine and smiles back to his life, and makes him think there might be a brighter future for him as well if he dares to be vulnerable and take the leap of faith with Kinsey.
I loved Kinsey and Rand, they were just perfect together, there was the spark, the connection, they got each other, they were comfortable with each other, they had trust, passion, same interests, and when Rand started to woo her, he got me at the same time. Swoon-worthy doesn't even begin to describe it as he rocked the seduction of the mind, body, and soul with his tenderness, caring, loving affection, protectiveness, and take charge attitude, and wanting to make Kinsey happy, and being willing to stand up for the wall of big brothers who suddenly realize their friend was part of their newfound baby sister's life.
But the tale is not just the reunion of the siblings and finding your soul mate. There are things happening in Kinsey's life that put her in dire danger, where she will need all the protection and connections of her family and friends to survive.
When you take the sorrow of losing your mom, losing your child, the joy of finding your lost sibling(s), the jubilee of falling in love, and losing everything you have accomplished in life because of someone else's crimes, you can get an idea of the depth and variety of the feels and emotions you go through as you read the story.
And when you get to the epilogue that is told through Nate's eyes (in third person POV) looking at the family in whole, and where they are then... Get a box of tissues and get ready to for an update on the Gentry brothers, and see what a diamond of a lady their little sister truly is, live through some dangerous and fear filled moments with her, and witness the most swoony, romantic, heartfelt, finding your soul mate story that will melt your heart.
Absolutely a stunning ending to a series, so perfectly done, wrapping up and pulling together all four siblings stories in a heartfelt and ardent tale. Oh my word, my heart is full!
~ Five Spoons!
Thank you so much for reading and reviewing Queen of Diamonds!
An awesome review for a wonderful book!!
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