⭐️ New release – Joke’s On You by Lani Lynn Vale ⭐️


Release Date: June 9

Booth Pena definitely didn’t make the smartest of decisions when he was a teenager.

At eighteen, he knocked a girl up and signed up for the military all in the same day—signing his life away in more ways than one. Fast forward six weeks and he’s in bootcamp learning that he’s going to be a father while also learning that not only is he going to be deployed, but it’s going to stay that way for a year.
There weren’t a lot of things that the baby’s mother and he saw eye to eye on after that. He honestly wasn’t sure why he even slept with her in the first place.
Okay, that last part is a lie. He knows exactly why he slept with her. Because the real woman he’s in love with, her twin sister, Dillan, won’t give him the time of day.
Five years later, and he still wants her.
Now he’s home for good, being the best father and police officer that he can be, and still he’s not good enough.
Dillan Davidsdottir hated Booth Pena. Immensely.
She hated him because he slept with her sister, then left. Granted, she knew that he hadn’t meant to leave like he did, unknowingly and unconsciously leaving his son behind, but that didn’t change the fact that he had.
Five years later, and she still dislikes him just as much now as she did when he chose the wrong sister to take to his bed.
Maybe if he’d chosen her, her heart wouldn’t be broken, and his wouldn’t be untouchable.
But when a SWAT officer sees his life flash before his eyes, and decides that enough is enough, what’s a girl to do?
Give in, that’s what.

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Meet Lani Lynn Vale

Lani Lynn Vale is a Wall Street Journal and USA Today Bestselling Author of over thirty titles. She is married with three children, two dogs, to cats, a donkey, and a couple (a couple meaning over twenty) chickens. She hails from the Great State of Texas. 

When she’s not writing, you can find her curled up in her favorite chair reading.

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** ARC kindly provided in exchange for an honest review. **

I might have appreciated a few books on the series and liked the characters from this second SWAT generation, kids who had grown up together and now seeing their lives as adults and watching them or their friends finding their match.

The first I have read were quite entertaining and fun, colorful characters, tight knit family and I kept going on reading. Deep down I knew that I would have some issues with Booth’s story because let’s just say it; I would have a headache before I even started.
How can I explain that situation?
Are you ready? (Well you can tell me later that I should have trusted my instincts… anyway I digress)

Booth has a twin brother, Bourne, and these two fell in love with twin sisters. It should have been easy that way but it wasn’t.
Anyway, something happened and Booth slept with the other sister and had a kid with her.

But how? The author gave the background story about it.
There was so many things going on, with the characters finally admitting their feelings, the drama with Dillan and Delanie’s family and also all the things happening during Booth’s job. All.the.Drama!!!

And in the middle of adult drama stood my favorite character in this story, Asa, Booth and Delanie’s boy. I loved that kid, with his boldness and totally out of all craziness going on there. Definitely keeping the adults on their toes.

There were some good things about this book but trying constantly to remind who was connected to was a little exhausting to me. At least, Booth finally got his HEA and we got more explanation about how things turned that way, I have to say worthy of a soap opera. Due to their situation, the author managed to make it work.


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