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Book Review: Scare Crow





Scare Crow (Crow's Row #2) by Julie Hockley: Nineteen-year-old Emily Sheppard is losing her sanity.

Ever since her mob king boyfriend, Cameron Hillard, abandoned her for her own good, Emmy has been attempting to move on with her charmed college student life as if nothing happened.

Now rejected from the underworld and left grieving over Cameron’s alleged death, Emmy realizes she belongs nowhere.

Worse yet, she is now keeping a dangerous secret.

After just a short time with Emily, Cameron has lost control over his world.

As he miserably attempts to return to what is left of his life and unravel the mess he has made of the underworld, Emily’s hate turns to desperation. She needs to kill the kingpins responsible for Cameron’s death before they come looking for her.

As Cameron secretly observes Emily, he has no idea of the danger he has placed her in—or that it may already be too late for him to save her.

Scare Crow is a tale of revenge, terror, and love as Emmy and Cameron embark on separate journeys to face enemies, correct past mistakes, and..............

find their way to their destinies.

Lori's thoughts: I had Crow's Row sitting on my Kindle forever waiting to be read. In spite of all of the wonderful reviews, I held off reading the first book because the second book wasn't out yet and there was no firm release date. I didn't want to fall hopelessly in love with book one, and then have to wait for book two. As soon as I heard that Scare Crow had a release date, I dove into Crow's Row and couldn't put it down. As soon as I finished book 1, I was lucky enough to receive a copy of Scare Crow for review. YAY!

In my eyes, Julie Hockley is brilliant and I would a grocery list if she wrote it. I loved Scare Crow. It was beautifully executed and answered a lot of questions from book 1. Cameron is my favorite bad boy. But he's a different sort of bad boy from the typical ones written in contemporary NA romance these days. Both of these books are refreshing and different and very well written. Scare Crow kept me on pins and needles wondering when (and if) Emmy and Cameron would get back together. Not to mention how!

I'm not sure there will be a third book -- I'd read it if there was, but it's not necessary to complete the tale. It would just give me more Emmy and Cameron. Bravo, Julie Hockley.












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