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Mine begins just where Real left off. Remy has his Brooke back and they are off for the next season in The Underground. But they still have the challenges of his mood changes and Scorpion isn’t history yet. They both are finally happy together and things are finally solid between them. But then a life-changing event occurs and force them to be apart for some time. And with the distance comes insecurity. Brooke starts to feel insecure about all the groupies, about the fighting and everything that comes with it. The boxer who has fallen utterly and totally in love with Brooke Dumas. Possessive as ever, Rem is fighting and training for the biggest fight of his life. With Brooke by his side he’s just invincible. But life gets in the way and as a unit they need to fight much darker parts of him that threaten to take him under. This book was good. There was a few times when Brooke irritated the hell out of me, but Remy, oh-sweet-and-sexy-Remy, he made it all worth it. It was a bit predictable, but the steam was all there and it was also sweet & romantic with no end. If you liked the first one, YOU HAVE to buy this one.
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I loved book 1, but this one just blew my mind and heart away! The worst part about it was that it ended--seriously, I want to know these people and travel with them to the underground boxing, and, if I'm being honest, I want a Riptide of my own, issues and all. The intense love between Remy and Brooke was that gut wrenching soul stirring love. Katy Evans delivers a deeply emotionally driven continuation of Brook and Remy's relationship and how things unfold professionally and personally for them. Listening to what happens when a person finds someone that makes them love so hard they get crazy was a pleasure and my delight! A credit well spent! Bravo Katy Evans, Bravo!!!!!
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Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
yes to make more people understand bipolar
What was one of the most memorable moments of Mine?
those damn scorpions & the birth of Racer
Have you listened to any of Charlotte Penfield’s other performances? How does this one compare?
yes I'm sorry to say she hasn't improved
Did you have an emotional reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
yes but not cry or laugh
Any additional comments?
loved all three
1 of 1 people found this review helpful