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REVIEW – Ten by Ker DukeyTEN: My Brothers Best Friend (Men by Numbers, #1) by Ker Dukey
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Ten years old I fell in love. Ten years was the price of that love. Ten years later our world’s re-collide.
My brother, Jonah, was possessive when it came to the things he owned. This unfortunately included the people in his life. The forbidden love between his best friend and me was just that… forbidden.
Our families were from different walks of life, and as a sheriff’s daughter, being with a Moore’s kid would never be tolerated. To my parents, their son and Dalton Moore were on different paths, and their friendship would end as soon as college began, but it was my brother who had a craving for trouble. He was always looking for danger, committing petty crimes and getting away with it because Dalton would take the fall, blackening his already stained name. When Jonah found out we broke the rules by loving each other, his actions impacted us all causing immeasurable suffering.
Betrayal comes with a debt, and it would be paid by all of us. One with their heart, one with their mind, and one would pay in blood.
18 ONLY. This title is part of a new series (The Men By Numbers Series) BUT can be read as a standalone.

Dalton and Alex are soulmates that are torn apart by a deception that will cost them 10 years and their trust in each other. Dalton goes to prison for a crime he didn’t commit and Alex spends 10 years wondering what happened. When she returns to town to pack up her deceased father’s house she comes under attack from Dalton’s entourage and he has no compassion or will to help her and she doesn’t know why. They will both learn what happened that night 10 years ago, the hard way. 

I really enjoyed this book. The first half is kind of a mystery because you don’t know what’s going on. Who to trust who is telling the truth. Then when the truth is finally revealed to both Dalton and Alex that’s when things get crazy.

REVIEW BY  CHRISTINE OF DRC PROMOTIONS REVIEW TEAM

five-stars