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Jody is big, broody and intimidating to be around. You'd never guess that in his free time, he volunteers down at the children's center and has a soft spot for his little sister, Kady. Just when we thought he could never redeem himself, for a mistake that he made between his brother Kingsley and his boyfriend, Morgan; we get to see a whole other side to Jody Mars that makeJody is big, broody and intimidating to be around. You'd never guess that in his free time, he volunteers down at the children's center and has a soft spot for his little sister, Kady. Just when we thought he could never redeem himself, for a mistake that he made between his brother Kingsley and his boyfriend, Morgan; we get to see a whole other side to Jody Mars that makes us think twice. Cameron is a nurse at the hospital where Morgan had surgery; that's how he met this big group of tattoo artists. One of them caught his eye. Unfortunately, Cameron is in a situation and see's no way out. Not ever. What would a guy like Jody want with a small, makeup wearing twink with his own secrets? He wouldn't... Or would he? If one thing is clear from every story in my arsenal; I'll take you on an emotional ride before I give you the happiest of happily ever after's. It might take a while, but we always get there. Emotional wedding vows, included, in this one. :) There are some triggers here that might make some of you uncomfortable. Strong language, domestic abuse and sexual situations....

Title : jody
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ISBN : 34470744
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 118 Pages
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jody Reviews

  • Susan
    2018-09-18 23:58

    While I did love the other two in this series, this one felt off somehow. Like it was written too fast.The romance was underdeveloped, the police stuff didn’t make any sense, and don’t even get me started on the magically healed head wound and concussion.Jody is one of the tattoo artists working with his two (adopted) brothers from the previous books. He had the hots for the cute nurse Cameron ever since they met when Morgan, from the previous book, was in the hospital.But Cameron already has a boyfriend. An abusive one, but a boyfriend nonetheless. But when that boyfriend goes too far one night, Cameron calls Jody...I had absolutely no idea why Cameron stayed with his abusive boyfriend. He didn’t live with him, and he didn’t love him. I didn’t buy into the fact he said he was too scared to leave. The whole being in an abusive relationship thing felt so underdeveloped and unrealistic, I kept rolling my eyes.And I had a hard time believing the boyfriend was so all powerful, the police couldn’t find him or get to him. And I got really frustrated with this book when Cameron, who is severely injured and has a head wound and a concussion, is healed the next day and even goes shopping without any trouble.This was not one of Jenny Wood’s better works.The grammar was bad as always. I did have a good laugh when Jody didn't feed the hamster, but was instead feeling it. Pervert.The one thing I did like was Jase. I’d like it if we got a book about him. Because for some reason I will still read anything this woman writes, bad punctuation and all.

  • Janie
    2018-10-01 03:38

    I have been waiting for Jody's story and it didn't disappoint. I was mad at Jody in Kingsley's book but knew what he did came from a place of love. When Jody allows someone into his world, he absolutely gives them his all. He's so caring and kind to those that he loves. I loved his taunting Asher the douche. Another fantastic read by Jenny Wood!! I'm curious who will be the next in this series. Jase, maybe? Anyways I'll read anything she writes.

  • Barbara➰
    2018-10-19 02:40

    So, where to begin...well, let me start by saying I love Jenny Wood's books. She usually writes the insta-love, perfect hero and low angst books I enjoy. This one just didn't work as well for me. Something was missing. It seemed a bit "rushed" and I just didn't feel the connection between Jody and Cameron that I was hoping for. They aren't even actually a couple until later on in the book but there didn't seem to be much relationship development leading up to that. I just felt things needed fleshing out a bit more and it could have benefited from being a bit longer. That being said, I will definitely keep reading her works. Kingsley continues to be my favorite and I'm looking forward to Jase's book.On a side note: I've made mention of this before. I really wish she would get some good beta readers and/or editor. This one had some really glaring mistakes and while I usually don't let things here or there bother me, this time they did. But that could have been because the story was just a bit lacking to me so I noticed them more.

  • Denise H.
    2018-10-02 21:44

    *** This series gets better and better ! *** Gosh, this is so special. Jody is the tattooed, pierced, body modifier who works at Kennedy Ink. He's the silent, brooding type who had a violent childhood, and the Kennedy's took him in. This tight knit group is getting ready for Kingsley and Morgan's wedding, and all play a part in it. Cameron, the beautiful twink, RN, who cared for Morgan in the hospital in the last book, will be included, too. Cameron is slim and dainty man with hair over one eye, and he's caught the attention of Jody. But Cameron has had a boyfriend all along, so he's off limits. As Cameron hangs out with the "family," they learn more about each other and Cameron's sad upbringing, and they begin to notice the marks and bruises. After the wedding reception, Cameron is manhandled into the boyfriend's car, and Jody is fired up and furious. When Cameron sees them the next day he has a split lip, and makeup over some bruises, and Jody's had a violent past, so he's concerned and presses for answers. Fear, guilt, and shame have kept Cameron from asking anyone for help. This is an amazing story of a cynical Jody, who loses his shell and works to aid Cameron. Then at 3-am is a call...."help...the blood,"... and no questions asked, Jody is on the way, and the brothers also step up. These characters are vivid and surprising as they catch our hearts. The topics are handled well by fabulous author, Jenny Wood, and her sensitivity. Jody and Cameron's sex scenes are passionate and explosive. The heartwarming moments of acceptance and unconditional friendship that are feely given by every member, is so inspiring. We also meet Jase from the youth center as the group helps him with his options as he graduates and turns eighteen. What do you think about a red jockstrap, blue lace undies, and pink satin ones?I highly recommend this story ! They can stand alone, but I think they are richer if you've met the other characters.ENJOY ! ==========

  • Elena
    2018-09-29 23:43

    You know the drill by now.... The story? Almost 4. The editing? 3, tops!The last (so far!) book in Kennedy Ink series. My reviews of Kayson and Kingsley you can find here and here.Basically, the story of Jody resembles those of his brothers'.Jodyseems to be a bad-ass tattoo artist - he's withdrawn and hardly ever smiles. But he has a tender heart that reaches out to those who need some warmth and some "normal", human affection.He spends his free time in a group home for orphaned and neglected children. "When I started volunteering my time at Heaven’s to paint a mural on their outside wall; I surprised a lot of people. I don’t look like the type I guess, that’s what someone had told me once, after my first couple shifts. I shouldn’t have been offended, but I was. What does a person have to look like to have compassion? To care about the wellbeing of abandoned or neglected children?"Cameronis a nurse at the hospital in which Morgan was getting his brain tumor treatment. That's where the guys met.Cameron works at the pediatric ward but he was attending Morgan on his night shifts. He also volunteers at Heaven's although not as often as he would like to. The reason for that is his abusive boyfriend - Asher (view spoiler)[ that dick!!!(hide spoiler)] who not only feels compelled to control Cameron's life entirely, he also uses his punches against Cam.Cam is sweet-natured and a bit twinky - he likes wearing makeup and lacy lingerie, but he uses it to feel more comfortable and to expose his best assets, he's not a typical cross-dresser. Cam , about his pink satin panties: "To me, they made me feel pretty. The way they fit just below my hips, hugging and curving around my body. They felt good against my skin; soft. I loved them. I didn’t wear them all the time; I wanted to, but I saved them for when I needed to feel good about myself. Like today, when I needed the extra armor." For me,Jodywas all about:To sum up, Jody and Cam's story wasthe least INSTA-LOVEYof Kennedy Ink. Hey! Cam was officially with his shithead of a boyfriend for more that half the book! So the guys have actually had some time to get to know each other better. It was, however, an equally emotional read - Cam has suffered so much from Asher! It was also soul-wrenching and heartwarming because of the secondary characters, especiallyJace!!!I soooo want his story now! He deserves his HEA ;) "All those kids in that children’s home want one thing in this life. A family. And Jody has just given Jase that very thing. “When I was old enough to realize what that word meant, I was old enough to choose my own. I chose my own brothers and they chose me. Now, I’m choosing you.”" There were of course some thingsI didn't like(yep, you guessed it! EDITING!!!) but also Cam's behaviour from the medical point of view... (though I'm not an expert!) (view spoiler)[ He acted recklessly after being beaten and having a concussion. Shopping in a mall? As if nothing happened? Seriously? Come on!(hide spoiler)]My favourite scene: "I’m so sorry you had to fight him.” He says brokenly. “I can’t believe he hit you.” He lets loose the tears that almost have me falling to my knees. He doesn’t care about his split lip or the fact that he was just accosted in our home. He’s worried about me. “I love you,” I say, fiercely; kissing any response from his beautiful mouth. [...] “You love me?” He squeaks. “So fucking much.” I breathe. Nobody but my brothers have ever cared about me or my well-being. Not like Cameron is, right now. “Even after you got hit by my psycho ex?” He asks, hopefully. The look in his eyes is heartbreaking because he looks like he wants to believe it so bad.Recommended! :) ["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>

  • Meags
    2018-10-19 03:56

    2.5 StarsMuch like with my reaction to Home Is Where You Make It, this particular story just fell short compared to the other books within its series. Jody and Cameron were both sweet, likable characters, but I just didn’t connect with their story the way I was hoping to. It felt hurried, like the author was in a mad rush to get the story out before she could truly develop it into something great. I guess my main complaint lies with the use of a domestic violence theme. Here, I felt myself getting angry with Cameron, who has been in an abusive relationship for years, with a man he doesn’t even love. I then felt guilty that I had little sympathy for his situation. I just didn’t believe that he had no options. They live in a small town, so the powerful influence his abusive partner held over him seemed far-fetched. I didn’t believe it for a second and I became exceedingly frustrated that Cameron didn’t do more to help himself. Even writing that made me feel guilty again, but I truly didn’t buy this particular situation or its apparent difficulties. On the plus side, it was great seeing the other characters so happy and loved up. I particularly adored the wedding scene at the beginning – Kingsley and Morgan’s vows were swoon-worthy! I also loved the addition of young Jase and I hope we get his story in the future!Overall, this one felt a bit flat to me, especially when compared to my enjoyment of some of Ms. Wood’s other stories. Regardless, I’ll still come back for more because I’m well and truly hooked to the hurt/comfort goodness these books deliver.

  • Claudia
    2018-10-03 01:44

    I think this is my favourite book in this series so far .... even though some parts seemed a bit rushed.Jody is a great character and Cameron is sweet. for novellas us this series great but with this one I wished for a bit more page time

  • Yvette
    2018-09-26 04:50

    Conflicted, conflicted. Ms. Wood achieved her HEA for Jody and Cameron but their were questions that I and I think anyone else who has read this series would want answered too.Will Kayson and Connor get married? Will Jody adopt Garrett? He admires that kid to death. Is Jase gay? I want more.Please continue this series!!!!

  • Claudia
    2018-10-11 00:36

    I freaking love this series... Can't wait for Jason's Book <3

  • Allison
    2018-10-14 20:49

    I cried. Oh my goodness, did I cry!Please, oh, please tell me that Jase and Douglas is next.I saw that on your facebook and I want it so bad lolAlso really looking forward to Evan, when are we going to hear from him again?I need more!

  • *~*~*Kael*~*~*
    2018-09-30 22:56

    Would probably give this author another try if this book were available on KU, but I am unwilling to purchase it in order to do so, just because my experience with the last book [the 2nd in this series] was very "meh". Not willing to spend more money on a dud. Oh well.* Let me be clear in saying that it has NOTHING to do with the purchasing of a book. Trust me, my MASSIVE (and continuously expanding) library can attest to that. I LOVE purchasing and owning my books, LOVE it!! BUT I'm very wary here and when I'm very wary, I prefer to try before I buy, just because I never purchase to return!!If I do KU a book I want to test out first and end up really liking it, there are times I end up purchasing it as well. So ... there we have it.

  • Victorialove books
    2018-09-21 00:34

    Overall book rating: 3 Stars Audio book: N/A Book Cover: 2.5 Stars MC1: Jody MC2: Cameron

  • Lisa
    2018-10-01 20:58

    3.5 Stars!

  • Ruth Laureano
    2018-10-05 04:42

    I love Jody and Cameron so much, this was a really good book ( I knew it was going to be good) I love how Jenny Wood brings all the characters together never leaving anyone behind, love it, love it love it.

  • Josh Lansing
    2018-09-26 00:38

    I never thought I'd love Jody, but I do!I'll admit that I had some grievances from the last book. He was kind of on my shit list. He more than made up for it in this one though. Why'd you have to go and make him a saint?! Who can resits a man who helps orphans? I mean really....smh... lol, I loved him though and his relationship with Jase.Jase broke my heart too, they all frikkin did. Kingsley and Morgan's wedding. I sobbed through the whole thing. Kingsley is and will forever be my favorite of all your boys. I was so glad to see his happy ever after....even though I hope we see much more of him in future books. I also loved the banter between all the guys, Kayson, Kingsley and Jody especially. I love them all!I hate what you do to me, Mrs. Wood. When is the next one and who's it with?5 well deserved stars!

  • Rebecca
    2018-10-17 02:41

    I'm not really sure why I keep reading this series. Between the typos and incorrect grammar for sentences these books are a little off (let me try to explain). I keep going back for a reason..listen.. the story line is good.. but things always feel sooo rushed! Why are we rushing? And the epilogue.. what kind of crap is that.. that shouldn't even count.. it was that night lmao! I mean you couldn't make it like next week or something hahaha. I like the guys, I like the little sister, I like the home they all volunteer for.. and like I said the basic storyline is good.. this one was about a feminine twink who is in an abusive relationship who likes to wear women's panties.. I'm down for that.. super hot tattoo guy being all alpha male.. sure thing! Not a lot of sex in these books and that's ok.. cuz they keep you going with the semi drama of everything. When the good times come.. it's good! But then all of sudden you the "bad thing" happens and the book is done!!Naturally I'm going to spend the 1.99 and get the next book.. because obviously I like to torture myself. Also.. this author has to see people's comments, right? I mean there is even a section on amazon that clearly states there are issues with this book and they clearly say "typos" why hasn't the author fixed this yet? Maybe the next one will be better 🤷‍♀️

  • Lora Borzelleca
    2018-10-04 04:47

    I had trouble connecting with this one. Now, while Jody did manage to get off my shit list from the last book, I think I still had some residual anger towards him that I was just too stubborn to let go. He was a sweet main character, played the hero perfectly, made amends with Morgan and really was a great boyfriend once everything started. A good plot and good chemistry….but I just couldn’t seem to let go of my grudge with him. Still an amazing read though. The one part was FANTASTIC, I was literally laughing out loud. When Jody kissed Cameron in front of Kayson while he was on the phone with Kingsley…the reaction and banter Kayson & Kingsley had was priceless. THAT….was my favorite part of the book. Just amazing.

  • Claude
    2018-09-26 01:48

    Oh Jody! Sweet sweet sweet! This short books are really cool! Even sometimes it feels rushed...but it’s good! Thumbs up for their relationship with Jase! In this saga we have a bunch of some crazy people, lead by Kingsley and Kayson. They are just crazy but all of them have one thing in common: big heart. Anyone loves anyone. Anyone helps anyone like family. Anyone can do anything for anyone. I’m so amazed by them 😍. Cam and Jody are perfect together.

  • Bati
    2018-09-23 01:44

    kolejna piękna lekcja tolerancji

  • Zainab
    2018-10-01 02:42

    Ok, so here's how it goes:Hey, I just met you, and this is crazy, but I think I love you, so spend forever with me, maybe!

  • Valerie ❈M/M Romance Junkie❈
    2018-09-28 03:48

    2.5⭐️Definitely not as good as the previous books. The miraculously healing head wound and the abuse storyline done pushed this too far out there for my tastes. Because I keep coming back for more, I won't even touch on the editing.

  • Amber
    2018-10-09 21:39

    Another great book in this series I am so loving reading this ...... :)

  • Tina
    2018-09-26 00:53

    I really love this series so much and I enjoyed reading Jody & Cameron story, but it feels a little rushed at times, so it's not going to be one of my favorites in the series.

  • Brandy
    2018-10-07 23:40

    Just falls short of really good.This is the 3rd book I have read in this series, I keep thinking they will get better, there is so much potential here but she falls short. I feel the author rushes these stories and if she would add in about 100 more pages it would be a great read. Also she needs a good editor or even a friend to correct some mistakes. One of my biggest pet peeves is not keeping your story straight, for instance; In the beginning a character was going to college too be a Doctor/Surgeon toward the end all of a sudden he was wanting to be a Teacher and changed his mind and wanted to be something in youth services, no mention of wanting to be a Surgeon and changing his mind.Also if you read the last book, Morgan had his own place that he Loved because of the views and Kings lived it too but in this book they live in the house with 5 rooms....why? This series could be amazing, I hope she goes back and consider re-doing them, add more content keep away of the Instant I love you, which are far fetching, and make this series beautiful!

  • Stacey
    2018-10-05 03:35

    Good family series. I've loved the love story between all the guys in this series. The insta-love and easy fixes to each issue makes the whole thing unbelievable. But the affection between family members and sexiness of the couple's makes up for it. Also. EDITING, EDITING, EDTITING. I'm from the south and much of the mistakes are not from a southern expression, but plainly from needing a second or third set of eyes.

  • Ira Campbell
    2018-09-19 01:57

    Great readI recommend this series and you suggest to start with the first since it all ties together. I really enjoyed reading this book I couldn't put it down. It is well written and the story line was good it isn't all happy but at the end it is a happy ending for all. Keep up the great work

  • Candice
    2018-10-20 00:52

    I love Jenny Wood's stories, but this one seemed too rushed for me. Maybe if it was longer? (view spoiler)[or maybe if Cameron left Asher sooner? I needed more time with them (Asher and Cameron) apart. (hide spoiler)] Jase broke my heart, but Jody was so sweet. Can't wait to start Jase's book.

  • ✿-Anna-✿
    2018-10-15 04:54

    My only complaint about the story between Cameron and Jody, is that it was TOO SHORT. I could have used a couple of more chapters of their love making, and I would have loved one that describes how Cameron's ex got his ass kicked and went to jail.

  • Keris Shay
    2018-10-07 22:42

    Loved Cameron but just not a fan of Jody. Also had a few things that didn't sit right with me. One being Cameron being A-ok after being beaten and in the hospital. I love Jase and everything that has to do with him. Liked seeing the other couples as well.