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Kaleidoscope by Kristin Ashley (Needs More Ty Walker)

Kaleidoscope - Kristen Ashley

I've been curious about Jacob Decker since the end of Breathe. My mind kept asking, "Who did he lose and how did he lose her?"
You would think I might have the answers after reading Kaleidoscope, but either I'm really dense and just missed it (which is entirely possible) or it was left vague. It really doesn't matter much in the grand scheme, I suppose.

If you're a Colorado Mountain fan, you're going to enjoy this one. Deck is true to form as far as his uber-alpha-ness (yeah, I made it up, so what?) is concerned. And Emme is the quintessential heroine just with a tad more baggage then the rest. Really, though, I like Emme's baggage, makes me feel like maybe I'm not alone in my craziness.

I can't really say too much because I feel like everything I want to say is a spoiler and I'm trying really, really hard not to do that.

I did enjoy the cameos from from everyone in Gnaw Bone and Carnal, even though Ty's appearance was minimal. (*pouts* I really need more Ty in my life)

Did I like it? Absolutely. Is Deck swoonworthy? Hell Yes! Is Emme worthy of the girl posse? Y to the U to the P.

All in all, totally worth the money that you know you're going to spend on it and the sleep you're going to miss staying up to read it.

*Copy received from publisher via netgalley in exchange for an honest review

Source: http://kumikoleilostinabook.blogspot.com/2014/02/kaleidoscope-launch-day-blitz-excerpt.html