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4.0 out of 5 starsCameron...Grow up already!
Reviewed in the United States on July 11, 2014
This is actually my first review in this series and I'd have to say, I've yet to be disappointed. Lots of drama and lots of action. Just the way I like it. One thing I can say that I disagree with some of the other readers is, I don't think Cameron has matured or grown up at all. She's still the same dumb broad that she was in the first beginning. She's just allowing new people to take advantage of her. I will say that Jude is a better man than most to want to still be with her. I'm looking forward to finishing off this series in the next few days. Great job Jade Jones.
I am a huge Jade Jones fan. I couldn't wait for the third part of the Cameron series. The book picks up exactly where the second book left off. Here we find Cameron picking the pieces of her life after Jude goes to jail. She finds herself feeling lost, lonely and betrayed. These feelings thrust her into the arms of Marcus. But along the way Cameron encounters all her enemies from her past and I love how she takes each and every one of them down. She also meets another interesting character by the name of Kiki. Kiki and Cameron become the best of buddies and become forever bonded by a deep dark secret that they will take to their graves. Read and follow Cameron on her journey of rediscovering love and whether making new friends is worth the drama?? The only reason why I didn't give the book five stars because the words in the book were printed so tiny and I had to keep rereading to make sure that I did not miss anything. At times I found some of the scenes in the book were a bit rushed. All in all it was a definitely a good read.
By: Jade Jones Published by: Jade Publications Age Recommended: Adult Reviewed By: Arlena Dean Rating: 5 Review:
"Cameron III" by Jade Jones was the third in this series and I loved the ending. This author novel will find this heroine as always with more drama in the life of Cameron. Cameron had some big decisions to make, so will she make it a good one? We all know Cameron from 'Cameron 1 and 2,' and you will just have to pick up the novel "Cameron III" to see if her decisions in the end will have been good or does it just all work its way out from a dangerous situation.
There were some new characters that are quite colorful that really brings on a even more drama. In the end will Cameron get the only man that has loved her from the first time he saw her? I was very pleased with the ending. Very well done Ms. Jones.
This book was so good. It was everything I thought it would be. Jade delivered much action and it never lost interest from page to page. I bought this book and tried my best not to read it because I wanted to delay the excitement, but I couldn't help myself. After three days I had to read it. Where do we begin....I was so disappointed in Marcus because I really thought he had Cameron's best interest at heart, but I was wrong. I was ready to smack the crap out of him. Jude is still that stand up dude. You can't help but like him. Ki Ki was crazier than a fruit loop. She finally got what was coming to her. Finally, Cameron just can't seem to catch a break. That girl has more drama than a little bit. I'm happy about the ended although I'm hoping there will be a part 4. Jade you can't leave it like this :) All in all excellent read!
I enjoyed reading this book. Jade Jones did a good. She's never disappointed or misused about this book. Cameron was a good and funny book to read. I like Cameron in this book. I'm happy that she quit her stripping job and she continues her dream as fashion. Also, I'm happy that Cameron opens her business as fashion. Ki Ki has mental problem. Marcus has mental problem. Jude was wrong for pushing Cameron away about his issues. I'm sorry hearing about Jude's brother died by this random due. Jude and Cameron are back together. This author & book deserve a five stars. I'm looking forward to read another book from this author.
Reviewed in the United States on February 28, 2013
Another 5* read.....Jade Jones you did it again...I couldn't put it down,read this book in a matter of hours..Never one to spoil a good book, Cameron moving forward with her life trying to finish college, Jude lock away for 5 years and people from Cameron pass bringing up all that drama, whats a girl to do..... The things Cameron and Jude go through in this book will have you asking why, but in the end it was all worth it and you will not be disappointed.. Thanks Author Jade Jones for the ride... PS as always telling all my friends about this author and her book.....
I read this entire 5 part series in about a week, each book was a page turner for me. I really got a feel for the characters in this book series. This story just keeps going and going and going, gets more interesting and suspenseful with each book. jade Jones has not let me down yet, and I doubt she will. I'm on a mission to real ALL of her books now, and what I am seeing is that there are books outside this series that feature many from this series, which I am really enjoying!
I truly enjoyed this series. Cameron is a fighter. She pissed me off sometimes and other times, she made me want to reach threw my kindle and smack a couple of her suppose 2 be girlfriends. If there was no luck at all dished out it would have been Cameron. I would recommend this book, then again I would recommend all of Jade's book. She is off the chain and each one is different. Keep doing what you do Jade, your fans got your back.
Much better than pt2. This book had me glued to the pages to find out if Cameron got her happy ending. Can one person really have so much bad luck...... My only criticism of these books is that they seem a bit rushed and a bit predictable. Worth a read though.