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Reviews for Town of Chance: Attacking Innocence (MFMMM)

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20 Ratings
Avg - 4.65

An excellent storyline and characters

Reviewed by: Jlg29 (Date: 04/06/2016)
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20 Ratings
Avg - 4.65

I loved Missy Ann's story. She is trying to survive and struggling. When the Connelly men help her overcome her fears you can really start to see how strong and special she really is. Antonio and Finn were my two favorite. Both demanding and domineering yet gentle when Missy Ann needs them to be. This one is my favorite of the series. Can't wait to read more!

Reviewed by: amybowens (Date: 03/20/2016)
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20 Ratings
Avg - 4.65

Thank you for writing Missy Anne's story! I loved it and though there was tension between her and Antiono, it all turned out wonderfully!!! I'm glad he realized what a fool he was being!!! Awesome book!

Reviewed by: rhondavb (Date: 03/20/2016)
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20 Ratings
Avg - 4.65

I was eager to read Missy Ann's story since her introduction in the previous book (Eliza Grace's book). I liked Missy Ann. She was still recovering from being kidnapped and it was a slow process but I liked that it was realistic and not overly dramatic. She was realistic and knew her own limitations and issues. I loved Finn and Salvatore who were there for her from the beginning. I also appreciated that they didn't introduce her to Antonio and Billy for months, respecting her privacy and the need for her to heal. Also, I liked that Antonio and Billy were not ex soldiers or law enforcement. They were businessmen--a nice change of pace. So, overall, this was a nice, sweet story. I did have 2 issues: 1) The ending was very, very rushed. There was no real lead in to the drama near the end. It almost came out of nowhere. 2) Needed more action IMO. Had there been more action/drama throughout the book, the ending wouldn't have felt so rushed and abrupt. Still, despite those issues, I enjoyed the book.

Reviewed by: SoCalReader (Date: 03/18/2016)
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