Publisher: Silver Publishing
Author: A.J. Llewellyn and DJ Manly
Once a US Marshal, always a US Marshal. When a beloved friend is abducted by a dangerous lunatic, Kieran Fox and Jubilee Mason don’t hesitate to dust off their badges and pack their weapons to kick some serious ass.
It’s been two years since we last saw the four couples from the Orgasmic Texas Dawn series. They are all still close, though Jubilee, Kieran, and their son are a long way from their US Marshal family with new lives and jobs in Vancouver, Canada.
An unexpected kidnapping of one of their own brings the two men to the US where they swear in once again as marshals to join forces with Nicholas, Sean, Sam, Marco, and Trace, in Indiana for a manhunt.
Teaming up with several other law enforcement agencies for a wild and treacherous rescue effort in a remote forest, the reunion of all the men fortifies the friendships, solidifying family ties of this unorthodox US Marshal family. One couple moves to Canada, another considers adoption. And through it all, the bonds between them strengthen and deepen… heralding a new kind of Orgasmic Texas Dawn… Being reunited never felt so good.
Reunited is the last book in the Orgasmic Texas Dawn series by authors DJ Manly and A.J. Llewellyn. Those who have read the other stories in this enjoyable series will want to make sure they remember to pick this new book up right away. Set two years after the end of book twelve, our couples have gone through many changes yet are still as close as ever. When tragedy strikes and all the Marshals come together to help it is easy to see the close family ties that run through the group.
This was one of the best series I have read in a long time and the fact that the authors chose to wrap it up with a final book gives the readers closure in a way that just throwing an epilog at the end of book twelve would not have. I loved being able to catch up with all the couples, and the fact that some were having a rough time made for a more believable story. As for the mystery that is woven throughout the book, this one is really intense. The personal aspect of the crime plays a toll on each of the couples, something that the authors do a great job showing.
Reunited was a well done follow up. This is a series that really must be read in order. Each book builds on the layers that make up the various characters making them and the situations they find themselves in more believable. These two authors have quit the following and once you read one of their books you will understand why.
Reviewed by: Lydia