Boundaries (Scope of Practice #1) by Jessica Aiken-Hall – Review by Amanda Kimble

Boundaries (Scope of Practice, #1)Boundaries by Jessica Aiken-Hall
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

5/5 Stars

Boundaries (Scopes of Practice 1) by Jessica Aiken-Hall

This is my first read by Aiken-Hall and wow. This was a phenomenal read. Mrs. Aiken-Hall had me on the edge of my seat with this page turner.

Valerie, a social worker at the hospital is hiding something from her past. When she is told to start a group it does some good and some bad. Things are brought up that makes her think of her past. What happens when she starts letting people in? The quote I choose for Val is: “I’m not sure. Maybe it’s because Carmen and Gabriel were the same age. But I think it’s more than that. I just had a bad feeling when I walked into that room…and it hasn’t left me since.”

Tim, a cop, has always had a thing for Val, as he calls her. Things start looking up for him when a case brings them closer. After the holidays things are going great. The quote I choose for Tim is: “Nope, not today. I changed my plans. Today is just another amazing day with my love. I love you everyday, Val, I don’t need a special holiday to show you.”

This is the first book in the Scope of Practice Series and it will leave you wanting more. I can’t wait for the next installment to come out. Mrs. Aiken-Hall has done a fantastic job grabbing attention and making you want to know what happens next.

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