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Jeb and Sayer's story was phenomenal! I keep thinking that Jay will run out of stories for these characters that are unique from the rest but she doesn't. Each one ties in so seamlessly but is so different from the others. I was also happy to hear updates about some of the Marked Men characters.
The performances by the narrators was amazing as well. The voices are exactly what I would have picked.
Definitely worth the credit.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful
This is one in a series of stories about ordinary young people living in Denver. Zeb is a carpenter who spent some time in prison, but for somewhat forgivable reasons. He meets Sayer, the sister of Rowdy. Sayer is a lawyer, new in town, and consequently hires Zeb to remodel her home. The two are opposites - at least on the surface - in cliched ways.
Crownover is a competent enough writer, particularly in comparison to many writers in the romance genre. Although the plot, in fact the entire series, offers little originality, characters have enough depth to keep readers interested. There is graphic sex, but it is not the focus of the story line.
Overall, closer to 3 1/2 stars due to above average character development compared to much of the hurried-to-publication and self-published romance books continuously churned out - it's getting more and more difficult to weed out the chaff.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
Holy Moly. Another winner from Jay Crownover. Built is the first book in Jay's new 'Saints of Denver' series and follows Sayer Cole and Zeb Fuller (introduced to us in 'The Marked Men' series), two complete opposites in looks, and character. We all know the saying........opposites attract, well hell yeh! A wonderfully written story that had me rooting for the leading characters from the get go. Sayer who has issues with her past that she is will not share, is unwilling to open her heart up to Zeb. Zeb has lived his life like an open book and holds nothing back, he wants all of Sayer and is unwilling to accept the morsels that Sayer is willing to give, even if the sexual chemistry is off the charts. Love all the characters in the storyline and I'm already looking forward to more from The Saints of Denver. You don't have to have read 'The Marked Men' series prior to reading this new series, but my question to you would be, "why have you not read 'The Marked Men?" Highly recommend.