Sunday, November 26, 2017

Book Review: 'Bound' by S.J.D. Peterson

This book starts out with a lot of pain but it does not end with it. Tek and Jamie have been through so much already and now the kidnapping of Jamie causes everything to come to a head. Tek finds that he cannot fight this one all on his own and the other Guards of Folsom close ranks to help him in any way that they can. Will the men be able to save Jamie without any backlash? Where do Tek and Jamie go from here? Love and friendship is strong but is it strong enough to get the men through this latest ordeal.
bOUNDI have loved this series from book one and was both excited and sad when this book came out. I loved getting to return to the world of the Guards of Folsom but sad to see that this was the ending of a great series. Each of the men are special in their own way and I loved each pairing. Tek and Jamie grabbed my heart right form the start and I am glad to see everyone gather around them and help the men through this adventure. Tek and Jamie have so much turmoil and love in their lives. Both men are strong and are much more than they think they are or can be. As they deal with the kidnapping they find men who are more than just friends but brothers. I loved seeing Tek and Jamie fight for their love and peace in their lives. No matter what happens the two men will always have each other and the love that they share. Not only do we get to see the relationship between these two grow even deeper but we also get to see all the other men and all the camaraderie between them. It was nice to visit with all the men from this series and see where their lives will lead them.
This story is full of emotions and takes you on a whirlwind of feelings as you read it. I was quickly lost in this last installment in the world of the Guards of Folsom. I hope that even though this may be the last book in the series I hope that it is not the last story we get about these wonderful men.

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