The Daddy Pact (Book 1 in the Coach's Boys series)

Rated 4.50/5 based on 5 reviews
Jess Bentley's husband is murdered the night they return from their honeymoon. Soon she discovers that she is pregnant, and married to the murderer's brother to protect the baby from her vengeful father-in-law. More
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About Kristy K. James

Kristy K. James' first goal in life was to work in law enforcement, until the night she called the police to check out a scary noise in her yard.

Realizing that she might someday have to investigate scary noises in yards just as dark as hers if she continued on that path, she turned to her other favorite love...writing.

Since then her days have been filled with being a mom and reluctant zookeeper (7 pets), creating stories, and looking for trouble in her kitchen.

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Review by: Neffy90 on March 18, 2015 : (no rating)
I loved this!

I thought the characters were incredibly well written, they developed well and functioned with each other in a natural manner.

I found how the pact came about to be a little odd, I don't think many real life folk would be all too accepting of that as a way forward but then I guess that's the beauty of fiction.

The development of the relationships throughout the book were really good, they read easily and the conflicts that the cast came across to me felt like genuine issues that would arise given the situation.

I am eager to continue with the Coach's boys series and can only hope that I enjoy the others as much as I enjoyed The Daddy Pact.
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Review by: zen on June 05, 2014 :
So much tragedy but with a beautiful ending.
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Review by: hrhsophia on Jan. 26, 2014 :
A very well written story about finding a light in a room of darkness.
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Review by: Tj McKinnon on April 11, 2013 :
Even though this piece was riddled with typos it was still easy to read. The characterisation was brilliant and the beginning few chapters were so emotive that it felt natural to relate to Jess and her emotions.
I found it interesting to constantly be bouncing between characters but not in the usual literary way of third person, the author clearly chose one character's view to portray at a time, which ingrained the reader further into the novel.
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Review by: Jessica Hillgrove on Dec. 04, 2011 :
I liked this book, It was good. It was missing a couple words though, I guess I should have taken notes as to where they were. There was also I sentence that should have said Now but said How instead, something like that, but I knew what she meant. But I thought the whole fight at the end was silly and unnecessary. But still a good read.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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