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Queen of Diamonds (Aces & Eights) MP3 CD – Unabridged, April 9, 2019
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A bestselling, award winning author, Sandra Owens lives in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina. Her family and friends often question her sanity, but have ceased being surprised by what she might get up to next. She’s jumped out of a plane, flown in an aerobatic plane while the pilot performed death-defying stunts, has flown Air Combat (two fighter planes dogfighting, pretending to shoot at each other with laser guns), and rode a Harley motorcycle for years. She regrets nothing.
A member of Romance Writers of America's Honor Roll, Sandra is a 2013 Golden Heart® Finalist for her contemporary romance, CRAZY FOR HER. In addition to her contemporary romantic suspense novels, she writes Regency stories.
You can connect with Sandra on Twitter @SandyOwens1 and Facebook at SandraOwens.94043. Her website is: www.sandra-owens.com
- Publisher : Brilliance Audio; Unabridged edition (April 9, 2019)
- Language : English
- ISBN-10 : 1721367659
- ISBN-13 : 978-1721367658
- Item Weight : 3.5 ounces
- Dimensions : 6.75 x 5.5 x 0.5 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #5,008,550 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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The LONG awaited family reunion between the Gentry brother's; Nate, Court, and Alex and their long lost baby sister, Kinsey, they never knew they had was so worth the long wait.
Kinsey ( and Gentry brother's fellow FBI agent, Rand Stevens) story wraps up the aces and Eight's series perfectly. With the perfect amount of family reuniting and romantic love story. One of those, good tear jerkers. I love when an author can make me cry. With some surprises for fans of the series at the end. Also some LOL moments. A quick , easy, read, because you won't want to put put it down. My one and only complaint? It's the end of the Ace's and Eight's series.
A feel good story full of kinship,camaraderie, loyalty, passion and love. Kinsey is a perfect fit to the Gentry siblings. I love her strong spirit, and her caring nature. Rand and Kinsey have amazing chemistry together and are a perfect couple in my eyes. Loved them together.
This story touched my heart and I shed many tears throughout because of the brilliantly written emotional scenes.
Sandra’s writing is always enjoyable because the story flows so well, the characters are charismatic and emotions are easily conjured. I easily felt Kinseys nerves at the first meeting with her bros, shed many tears in the scenes about Zoe or laughed out loud with Alex and his cheeky antics. All of it is so much fun. This book and the whole Aces and Eights series is highly recommended. I cannot wait to read more from Sandra.
First and foremost, the cover for this book is phenomenal. In the day and age of half-naked male torsos dominating covers for romance novels that feature strong female main characters, it is refreshing to have a female *actually grace the cover* of this one and to have her be fully dressed. It's 2018 and those things are so sadly rare that this cover really stands out to me as unique and wonderful. If you're reading: thank you so much for that, Ms. Owens.
This book is the perfect ending to an amazing series. I read this one with trepidation because I adored the Gentry brothers SO MUCH and I was wondering whether Kinsey would be as likable or as able to carry a book the way her brothers did, but I should have known not to doubt Sandra Owens. Kinsey and Rand were both seriously great characters, and this book consumed my mind from start to finish, leaving me with the worst book-hangover I've had in ages. (How DO you recover from a book that was every single thing you wanted it to be?)
Rand is nothing like the Gentry brothers, but wow was he a great book hero. I loved him from the first heart-breaking reveal about his character (vague to avoid spoilers) and I loved the way that he loved Kinsey, even when he struggled to allow himself to do so. The character growth that he showed from start to finish was fantastic and I loved how he dealt with his demons to bring himself back to life. And then there was Kinsey. I adored Kinsey. She wasn't a bitter or angry person despite the hand in life that she'd been dealt, she was tough as nails and yet also so sweet. I loved the way that she handled meeting and getting to know her brothers and their various wives and off-spring (swoon!) and the way that she dealt with having the three Gentry boys as her incredibly well-meaning but incredibly overprotective brothers.
This book is chock full of amazing scenes that I could wax poetically about for paragraphs about, but I could re-read the two scenes that focus on the first coming together of the Gentry family a hundred times and still find myself crying and swooning over the entire thing. I absolutely loved everything about them.
The Gentry family is a special kind of beautiful, and although the epilogue of the story is literally everything that I could have ever wanted, I am going to miss these siblings and this series so much.
I would highly recommend this book and this entire series to anyone who enjoys a romantic suspense series with the most amazing family dynamic, and that has the perfect balance of intrigue, humor, heat, and a whole boatload of heart.
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And with likable characters in Rand and Kinsey. Along with some great interactions between Kinsey and her three brothers Nate, Court and Alex. I was easily engaged throughout.
However, for me this story did lack suspense and action. Especially compared to the three previous ones. But it was a nice read and I really liked the epilogue, which rounded off the series well.
And I'd happily recommend Queen of Diamonds to others.