Mismatched

Mismatched Organized crime Illegal drugs Violence With them comes acceptance order purpose danger For Leo Haesert they filled a hole left by a father he never knew and an indifferent mother Things change how

  • Title: Mismatched
  • Author: Chautona Havig
  • ISBN: 9781482098709
  • Page: 136
  • Format: Paperback
  • Organized crime Illegal drugs Violence With them comes acceptance, order, purpose danger For Leo Haesert, they filled a hole left by a father he never knew and an indifferent mother Things change, however, and after years in the notorious Alliance of Kasimir, Leo met Jesus and turned himself around right into the hands of the police.A bad plea bargain lost him the proOrganized crime Illegal drugs Violence With them comes acceptance, order, purpose danger For Leo Haesert, they filled a hole left by a father he never knew and an indifferent mother Things change, however, and after years in the notorious Alliance of Kasimir, Leo met Jesus and turned himself around right into the hands of the police.A bad plea bargain lost him the protection he needed He s as off the grid as you can be in today s society No phone, all inclusive rent, no other bills, and a driver s license that still shows his old address It s not enough.They left him for dead once, but the Kasimirs won t make that mistake again One of Adric s girls, Allison Wahl has yet to meet the one She never imagined he might be a man with tattoos on his neck, arms, chest, and back She certainly never imagined a man with huge holes in his ears and small ones in various places on his face where piercings once held jewelry.As he begins his community service sentence, he rattles than just Allison s emotions.When The Agency steps in to help, Leo s life gets complicated than he ever imagined.

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    1. Okay this is going to be a very brief review:I hated that Keith is dating (even though he says he isn't) a non-believer. He even kissed her! He was such a man of character in the last book. What happened?I read this because I wanted to find out what happened to the characters from book #1, they don't even show up until half-way through.I loved Leo! He was an amazing story of redemption, grace, and second chances.Why was Allison always along with Leo in his apartment? It bugged me that she spent [...]

    2. Don't believe everything you seeNot your typical "good girl falls for bad boy" story. By all appearances, Leo fits the "bad boy" description to a Td until he met Jesus, it was accurate. Between work, the proverbial girl with a heart of gold, and his efforts to A- not break said heart, and B- stay alive, thanks to his former associates, this book will keep you on your toes. I liked it even more the second time around.

    3. Good characters I really enjoyed the characters in the book. Easy to love and cheer for! I was disappointed that the agency never showed up till halfway through the book.

    4. Having just finished the first book in this series, Justified Means, I decided to pick up the 2nd one and continue on reading. Over all it was a good, enjoyable read but to me it wasn't quite as good as the first one. The author has a way of crafting her characters that I really like as it makes their personalities come alive with my favorite in this book being Leo. He was a biker that became a Christian and then turned himself into the police. After his testimony against the biker gang, he was [...]

    5. Chautona does it again. She finds that tender spot and pokes at it.So who doesn't take one look at someone and make judgements and assumptions about them? I don't - honest.Until Leo walked in with his tattoos and ear holes and piercings. One look at him and you'd want someone else working on your car too. Unless you're Alison. Redemption is such a beautiful thing. Forgiveness, love, acceptance. Leo has gone from having fame and "family" in a notorious gang, to facing disdain and suspicion in his [...]

    6. I wasn't disappointed in this book either. I liked how the story addressed how you shouldn't judge a person based on their appearance.

    7. She did it again! Book 2 of the Agency Files. Wonderful book-but leaves you hanging. Can't wait for next bk.

    8. A great story which allows one to see that the cover does not necessarily describe how deep and special the book really is.

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