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It’s time for this identical triplet to meet her match.

Can a wild child ever really be tamed? Growing up in foster care has made Roxie Cannon tough and self-reliant, but being alone isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. She’s finally found her sisters. Is it time she met her match?

Roxie should be on top of the world. She’s formed bonds with identical sisters she never knew she had, and she’s buying the biker bar she’s managed for years. The feisty brunette has everything she’s ever wanted. Almost. Two things still elude her: Answers to why her family was split apart and a man of her own to love. Seeing her sisters with their soul mates has made her aware she’s still the odd one out. Yet that all starts to change when a rough-and-tumble hottie from her past walks in The Ruckus’ door, wanting a second chance.

Billy knows trouble when he sees it, and Roxie is commotion in motion. They’ve always set sparks off one another. This time, he’s promised himself he won’t get burned. Yet things get serious when he learns of Roxie’s quest to find her parents. Can he save his hot-blooded lover from being hurt? Or will the wounded little girl inside her never trust him again?

©2014 Kimberly Dean (P)2020 Kimberly Dean

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Great Series!

This is the third installment in the Triple X Trilogy, a Series of interconnected stories, with an ongoing plot. I love this Series! Roxie and Billy's second chance to love is beautifully written, fun, sexy, and heartwarming. Laurie West did a great job with the narration. I enjoyed it.

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Oh Roxie! So good

Roxie may have been the best out of the 3 books! I love how she was so determined to get answers, but then realized that if her life had been different...she wouldn't have met the people she loves. Such a great story!

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A real winner

I would give this 3 book series a 5+ star rating. This book is all about Rosie and Billy and let me tell you. They smoke up the pages. Their chemistry is off the charts. I did receive this book for free in exchange for an honest review and I highly recommend this series.

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  • A D.
  • 05-26-21

Saved the best for last!

First of all, this book is a part of a trilogy. The romance in each book is standalone but the series plot that ties the books together is best enjoyed in order.

Kimberly Dean certainly left the best for last! This is the last triplet's story and it certainly is as sassy as Roxie is. In earlier books, Roxie comes off as strong, a bit brash and assertive. It isn't quite clear if she is as likeable as her sisters. This book clarifies all that. She is just as strong but her softer centre is also more evident. Without giving too much away, this book answers all the questions that arose from Lexi, Maxie and Roxie finding each other. More importantly, there is a very satisfying HEA for the characters and the series. Roxie's story is definitely the best in the series and worth the buildup to this moment.

Laurie West narrates the book with the right intonation, giving the sisters the right amount of similarity while still reflecting their personality differences. I thoroughly enjoyed listening to this audiobook. In fact, I enjoyed the whole series.

This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.

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  • Polli.P
  • 05-13-21

Sweet and Sexy book 3

Well this is obviously the book I have been waiting for! It has it all. As the third in the series brings together the story of the three sisters and fills out Roxie's story with great angst and detail. We get to understand more of why she has built this hard and sassy shell around herself - to protect the vulnerability laying inside - and how much she needs Billy when she spends so much of her time pushing him away. This is my favorite of the the three books and I thank the author for the free arc that has allowed me to enjoy the journey.
I promised to be honest about the book and while I liked the first two I always felt that I needed more and this third novel certainly delivers. I also enjoyed the 'happy ending' and felt it was very believable, so hats off to the author for that!
The female narrator (yes I had a free audio book) was good and tried hard when dealing with male voices, though sometimes I felt that Billy's voice was a bit squeaky for a rough biker type but saying that on the whole it worked well.
My final thoughts are - this series is a great read or listen, but you should commit to all three books to get the most enjoyment from them, I originally felt book 1 had weaknesses and may have made the mistake of leaving it just asa one book read , but can now honestly say that you need to read all three to get the overall picture, to meet the triplets and understand their plights. I highly recommend this series.