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|Read Epub ⚸ Gage Butler's Reckoning Ä Amazing E Book, Gage Butler S Reckoning Author Justine Davis This Is Very Good And Becomes The Main Topic To Read, The Readers Are Very Takjup And Always Take Inspiration From The Contents Of The Book Gage Butler S Reckoning , Essay By Justine Davis Is Now On Our Website And You Can Download It By Register What Are You Waiting For Please Read And Make A Refission For You Gage Butler s Reckoning is not the best book in the series but good.Gage is a cop in the Juvenile and Sex Crimes division and he takes his work seriously, so seriously that his colleagues are worried about him He has no life beyond work and tries to save everyone The reason lies in his past and the horrific crime that took away his sister and made his parents virtually abandon him, he never really dealt with that and instead tried to be the best cop possible His work is his obsession and cost him his marriage and also he is determined not to care for anyone so much that they become a lever against him, he fears losing people or their dying on him.Laurey came across Gage when he first went undercover as a cop, in her high school to bust drug peddling and was arrested She even after 8 years blames him because she feels betrayed, she had feelings for him Her attitude in the beginning is childish but she does realize that slowly through people like Caitlin her sister s friend and heroine of Lover Under Cover , that things are not always black and white and that cops have to take risks to make this world a safer place and what Gage did helped straighten her life around and prevented her from taking a wrong path Laurey is still recovering after losing her sister and knows that she doesn t want to get involved with a work alcoholic like her father.But the high profile case Gage is working on and the attempts made on his life throw them together Laurey being a witness is also placed in the same safe house as him.What I liked, both of them apologized to each other for their mis conceptions and outbursts and Gage even opened up to her about what happened with his sister He knew that he was not the man Laurey needed atleast not when his work took priority over anything else, he needed to come to terms with the past and realize that he couldn t take responsibility for everything and Laurey made him see that but acceptance came much later and not in an instant He had things to work through and he took time for that Laurey realized that she couldn t help him see things her way unless he was willing to accept them himself.The book was good but not great maybe because there wasn t that much going on in it, I mean unlike the other books the relationship here developed quickly and both the characters weren t that wounded emotionally Gage was but Laurey not so much. A bit lame I thought Gage Butler deserved a better story It was not bad but it lacked in passion, feelings Well, I m onto the next. Three hundred forty two times That s how many times the writer used an elipse in this book In less than two hundred pages Did I go through and actually count each one Yes Yes, I did I didn t have the stamina to count the dashes Every conversation in the book is liberally sprinkled, peppered, BOMBARDED with one or the otheror both much to thedistressof this reader Even worse, every other book she wrote is the same I pulled this book from my keeper shelf but can t remember why it was ever put there It certainly will not be going back, nor will any of the others she wrote.