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AJ Wiliams lives in Kansas City Missouri with her husband and two children, and their faithful dog. She grew up in Arizona and at the age of eight, her mother brought her to Missouri to be close to family. As an only child, AJ had to learn how to entertain herself. Writing was an escape from an isolated life she led as the only child to her parents. Living in a small town also proved to create lots of stories. Like most small towns, everyone knew everyone.
As she grew older, her grandparents played a large role in her writing life. By the age of thirteen, she had written several poems about her family and about growing up. Reading and music also became an outlet for her.
AJ loves listening to everything from the classics of Mozart to System of a Down to even Indie music such as Lana Del Rey and Florence and the Machine. That love of music has continued on, influencing her and the stories she likes to write.
on Jan. 09, 2013 :
A fast paced read that is packed full of action, no boring filler to skip or glance over which is a plus from where I stand. There is nothing worse than reading a book and having to force yourself to keep reading through scenes that have no real relevance to the story.
The scene between Keylee and Hunter in the bedroom when Hunter spies her “taking care of business” so to speak was rather steamy; the pair have some real chemistry. Keylee is a perfect female lead in my eyes; she is strong with what she had to overcome with what happened to her in the past and determined to do what she needs to do to protect Hunter yet has a softer side to balance it out.
It was nice seeing how Keylee interacted with her brothers and how protective they were of her; it will be interesting to see if they get their own stories, particularly the adopted brother Thomas. The scenes changed can be a little bit jarring but they didn’t affect my overall enjoyment of the book much at all, the story just flew by and I found myself left with wanting to read more. If you like a read with a kick-ass leading woman then you should consider giving this book a try.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)