Pursue (Portland Street Kings, #4)

Pursue (Portland Street Kings, #4)

by Evie Harper

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BN ID: 2940153373935
Publisher: Evie Harper
Publication date: 07/07/2017
Series: Portland Street Kings , #4
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 685,280
File size: 971 KB

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Pursue (Portland Street Kings, #4) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Jill__D More than 1 year ago
4.5 stars for - Pursue - book four in the Portland Street Kings by Evie Harper. While technically this book could be read as a stand alone I honestly feel you would get more from the series and characters if you were to read them in order. This story does have much darker content than some of the other books and reader discretion is advised. Family is everything to the Kings and they will do anything they have to do to protect the one's they love. Ivy Johnson knows what it's like for life to take a drastic turn in another direction. Losing her mother and having her father abandon her to his grief caused a significant strain in their once close relationship. While Ivy still loves her dad she refuses to tolerate him trying to control her life especially when it comes to him interfering with her relationship. Kelso King swore he would never fall for a woman until he started spending more and more time with his Red. She seemed to understand him in ways no one else ever could and give him everything he seems to need without even trying. The only issue is her father, who just so happens to be the sheriff - hates him and his family doesn't need anymore drama in their lives. This book had my emotions all over the place from laugh out loud funny to ugly crying tears, I truly loved all the feels from start to finish and could not put it down. The chemistry Kelso and Ivy had was off the charts, but the romance and friendship was also there too. Then of course the sense of family that the Kings have is what makes this series great. Can't wait now for Pacer's book next :)