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I've read Razor's Edge twice and it is such a good story. As someone who tried to look after a friend and her daughter after her divorce, I can understand where Jack was coming from wanting to help Rachel and her son. I can also understand what it's like not really having any family around and being somewhat of a loner like Jack is as well. Usually when a girl reads books she can find a female in the story she can relate to. Jack happens to be the only guy I have come across in Sylvia Day's stories that I can relate to more than the girl. 

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