Saturday, December 29, 2012

REVIEW: Hammer It Home by Jayne Rylon


Morgan struggles with being happy for Kate expecting a little member of the crew, but it’s a glaring reminder that she can’t conceive herself, and Joe struggles with knowing it’s his fault. The gang gets together to right the problem and set on a mission to give Morgan the baby she so desperately desires. Soon after though, tragedy strikes as one of the crew winds up in a horrible accident. True to form, the crew comes together to support each other no matter what.

Title:  Hammer It Home
Series:  Powertools
Book #: 6
Author:  Jayne Rylon
Approximate Book Length:  128 Pages
Recommended Reader Age:  18+
Sexual Content:  Explicit


First of all, let me just say that the author is mean, and here is what I mean by that: I’m a big sap, so I spent a LARGE portion of this book in tears!! I love, love, love this series and all its characters, so to see Morgan and Joe in such emotional turmoil tore me up. Then later to see the victim of the accident and everybody around him so distraught tore me up again. Seriously, have tissues handy.

That being said, there’s also some very sensual scenes as well, naturally. The night Morgan gets pregnant is a little awkward, but mostly hot, fun, and tender. Everybody coping with the accident and its repercussions was sweet and hot as well. Perhaps one of my favorite parts though, is the introduction to two NEW characters that will lead us into the author’s new spin off series, the Hot Rods. That scene where they get to learn about the crew and their arrangement is both funny and sizzling.

In Conclusion:

Ultimately, it’s a great finale to the series, and a fantastic lead in to the spin off. As with any ending, it’s bittersweet, but oh so satisfying and I couldn’t get enough! Hammer It Home just goes to show how close all the characters really are and how tightly knit they are as a unit. I’m sad to see the crew go, but maybe they’ll have the occasional cameo in the Hot Rods series. Bring it on!



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