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Reviews for The Battlefield Series 2: Scars Run Deep (MFMMM)

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21 Ratings
Avg - 4.38

Cesar is one of the sweeties in this book. He is a super caring supportive man. He is the main reason I read this frequently

Reviewed by: a_goose (Date: 04/15/2017)
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21 Ratings
Avg - 4.38

I enjoyed this book.

Reviewed by: Karlyn Plett (Date: 01/16/2017)
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21 Ratings
Avg - 4.38

Very enjoyable the characters were great and it is turning into a very good series.

Reviewed by: Jlg29 (Date: 06/28/2016)
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21 Ratings
Avg - 4.38

It's Antonia's turn to have her story told. She holds back because of her ex but with the help of the Cortland brothers, she slowly gets involved with them. Her ex though is planning on getting her back by whatever means possible. Will her men save her? Can she come back from being beaten down again? All things are possible with the love of the right men!!

Reviewed by: rhondavb (Date: 06/27/2016)
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21 Ratings
Avg - 4.38

Good book. I really liked Cesar, Damon, Gino and Fox. I especially liked that the brothers were sort of split into 2 sets, with Gino and Fox being super intense and Damon and Cesar less so. It provided differentiation. I loved Antonia in Book 1 and I liked her here, but I must confess, not as much as I did in the 1st installment. That seems to be a trend when I read these series. I end up more intrigued with the friend or sister than the heroine. In this book, I was super interested in Carina's story and in Book 1 (about Brooklyn) I was more interested in Antonia than Brooklyn. Still, I did enjoy Antonia. I liked that she took her time and and when she did open up, she did so completely. I especially loved Cesar, and the way all the men cared for her. My biggest complaint is the author's constant, incessant focus on every heroine's petite frame. It's mentioned every few pages! Honestly it's annoying and I don't know why an editor has't done anything about it. Like maybe try different words? Small, delicate, slight...? Anyway, I'm excited to read Carina's story and hope it lives up to what I've read so far in this book.

Reviewed by: SoCalReader (Date: 06/26/2016)
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