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Saturday, December 26, 2020

#Review: Capone's Christmas by J. Lynn Lombard; #NowAvailable, #OutNow, #Live, #Review


Title: Capone's Christmas
Series: Royal Bastards MC, Los Angeles CA, #3
By: J. Lynn Lombard
Release Date: December 25, 2020
Rating: 5 Stars
Told in the first person. Alternating persons.
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Danyella's going to be the death of me, I swear. Just one look into her mesmerizing blue eyes and I'd give her anything in the world on a silver platter. Well, almost anything. The one thing she's asking me for this time is something I buried in the past and don't want anything to do with ever again.
She wasn't here to see the hell Chains put me through that Christmas Eve night. She didn't see the pain inflicted on me because those scars are covered up with tattoos to erase the awful memories. The screams and pleading will forever be etched in my mind.
I'll give her what she wants this Christmas, but I hope she understands that what she wants is going to wreak havoc on my soul.


Capone doesn't understand why I want this so badly. He doesn't know the drama and problems Blayze and I went through as kids. Christmas has always been a light in our dark world. Together, we made it the best day of our lives.
I watch Capone struggling with my request. I recognize the hurt and anger behind his dark eyes. But it's not just us anymore. We have a little girl to think about. Hopefully, he comes around and gives me what I'm asking for and what Nina's been missing.

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My Thoughts:

The author posts a warning and it’s important that you read it before starting this book. Part of her warning is to read the pervious book. I do agree with the author but if you don’t read that book first, you may get the urge to do just that at some point.

The Prologue is sad but please don’t skip over it because you’ll miss out on a part of Capone’s history. Capone is dealing with PTSD but Danyella proves to be a great distraction. Danyella is the bright light in Capone’s world.

This story is less about the holiday but more about a mystery. Ms. Lombard does a great job at not letting the reader forget that the story occurs during the holiday season though. It’s a short read so that means that it’s over just as it really begins. One thing you will know for certain is that it sets the reader up for what is to come next – this is just a teaser. Now I’m left wondering when the next will be revealed. She ends her story with a note From the Author that you should also take the time to read. She just may have given you a list of books to add to your library – unless you’ve read them already.

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