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Reviews for The Battlefield Series 1: Let It Go (MFMMM)

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24 Ratings
Avg - 4.42

This is where you meet the unique town of Repose where loves blossoms. Brooklyn meets her matches in this small town where she rebuilds her life. Danger does come but her men save her in the nick of time.

Reviewed by: a_goose (Date: 07/29/2017)
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24 Ratings
Avg - 4.42

I liked this book. It was a good read. I've enjoyed all the books in the series. I usually like everything that Dixie Lynn Dwyer writes.

Reviewed by: Karlyn Plett (Date: 01/16/2017)
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24 Ratings
Avg - 4.42

The start of another great series by Dixie. Loved it!

Reviewed by: rhondavb (Date: 06/29/2016)
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24 Ratings
Avg - 4.42

I'm sorry but how do you go 7 days without a drink and survive????? That was just so wrong that it ruined the story.

Reviewed by: AussieGirl (Date: 06/28/2016)
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24 Ratings
Avg - 4.42

Pretty good book. I liked Brooklyn's self assured and kick-ass attitude, even though she had issues from her past. The problem for me, was that I was much, much more interested in Brooklyn's sister Antonia and her budding relationships. I liked the heroes---Finnian, Aero, Zeke and Jagger, but I didn't really "get" them. Meaning, I didn't get beneath the superficial with them. Their relationship with Brooklyn was nice, but there wasn't the deep emotional connection I'm used to getting from a Dixie Lynn Dwyer book. I felt more emotion in Antonia's interactions with Cesar, the town Sheriff. Perhaps Dixie should have let Brooklyn's story stand alone, amd not introduce Antonia in this book because for me, at least, Antonia stole the show. Overall, Brooklyn's story was worth 3 stars due to lack of character development for the heroes and an underwhelming mystery plot. But it gets 1 extra star because I really liked Antonia and was so drawn to her, Cesar, amd his brother Damon as supporting characters. I can't wait to read Antonia's book.

Reviewed by: SoCalReader (Date: 06/19/2016)
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24 Ratings
Avg - 4.42

A good storyline but would have preferred more romance and less violence. A good series in the making.

Reviewed by: Jlg29 (Date: 06/10/2016)
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24 Ratings
Avg - 4.42

As usual Dixie has started a new series that just makes my mouth water for more! I get up early when her books come out to read them because I can hardly wait to see what happens next. I would write more but don't want to give it away.

Reviewed by: plnemec (Date: 06/10/2016)
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