01 February 2017

# opinion # read

Read:: Embody by SE Hall

SE Hall has graced us with the presence of JT Kendrick. Love. Love. Love. This group of friends has etched a spot in my heart and now hearing their kid’s stories is really great. JT is a player to his friends, never going out with a girl more than once or twice. He cares deeply for his family and his group of friends (the Squad), and is now working at his father’s company while finishing school. He is partaking in meetings and making decisions.
Bellamy is friends with Brynn, JT’s little sister. A quiet, shy, nerd that would rather sit home with a book than go to a party. She is struck by how handsome JT is, but so is everyone, she tries to ignore it but ignoring JT is a hard feat.

JT is all Dane. In fact, he is more Dane now than Dane when he found Laney. JT is more forceful when making sure Bellamy knows that she is his. He makes sure she is taken care of before she can argue. He makes sure she knows that he isn’t going anywhere, that he wants only her. I loved their story. SE Hall definitely knows how to give us an alpha male who once finds his one goes hard. 

I'm not "damaged." No horrible childhood or demons in my past I'm trying to outrun. In fact, my family is ideal — funny, supportive and filled with couples that all follow "our" golden rule: 

Find her. Protect her. Love only her, with everything you are, every day, for the rest of your life.

So why is it the mere thought of a monogamous relationship, more than one night with the same woman, sends me bolting in the other direction?

Because I hadn't met Bellamy Morgan yet.

When I do cross paths with her, everything starts to slowly make sense. Why men change overnight — suddenly blind to all women but her, happy to hold her purse and watch corny movies.

Just one problem — she's my little sister's best friend.

Embody is a spin-off, STANDALONE novel from the bestselling Evolve Series.

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