Bailey Bradford

Customer & Industry Reviews of Rendered

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  Review by Crystal's Many Reviewers

There were several things I really liked about Rendered. Obviously I really liked that Joshua was brought to justice. This of course was tied with the emotional healing that Alex and Sean begin to undergo once they accept one another’s mating mark. With both men being victims of the same abuser, they had an insight into the other’s emotional pain that few others did. But rather than dwelling on their shared pain, they chose to move forward together. Alex and Sean are not only good for one another, their mate bond leads to some seriously hot sex scenes throughout the book. 

  Review by merri

Poor Alex. Life isn't easy on him and the guy he is least expecting to be is his mate. Once they do meet nothing else matters than they do to eachother. A touching story about overcomming obsticles and unexpected love.

  Review by The Jeep Diva

This fast paced and smooth flowing plot grips readers by the heart as well as builds spine tingling suspense. The author captures the imagination with well written scenes and vivid details and the well orchestrated drama and suspense draw the reader deeper into the story.  The characters are strong, compelling and captivate the reader from the very beginning.

Sean knows his brother will be coming for him and the suspense and drama adds spice to the story that already has some humor, friendship, drama and passion and along with the charming characters keeps readers well entertained and ensure that the reader falls in love with each and every one of them.

  Review by Whipped Cream Reviews

an entertaining read that I would recommend; a beautiful love stories that starts out with tragic events but ends with a well deserved happy ending.

  Review by Rainbow Book Reviews

If you like this series, with its cruel villains, the intense, immediately loveable characters and deep emotions, you will probably like this book as well. And just like emotional trauma and physical deprivation was dealt with in the last book, it appe