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Enticing: The Buckhorn Brothers & Casey Caught in the Act Paperback – 1 September 2007
- Language : English
- Paperback : 554 pages
- ISBN-10 : 037377267X
- ISBN-13 : 978-0373772674
- Dimensions : 13.03 x 3.68 x 20.32 cm
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The other book called "Caught In the Act" is a very fast and entertaining read if you like Lori Foster-which I definitely do! The hero-Mick Dawson-is an undercover cop who gets involved with a famous author Delilah Piper-during a robbery in a jewelry store when Mick gets shot protecting her. Fast moving with lots of action.
"Enticing" contains the 2 separate books and both are very enjoyable.
I was really glad to finally read Casey's book. From the little I've read about him in the earlier Buckhorn books, he seemed too good to be true. Finally, he has a dark side(jealousy, anger,arrogance,etc); at least where Emma is concerned. I can't believe he was arrogant enough to think Emma would always be there. This was a great book with an interesting problem that kept the pace going.
With books in a series, sometimes the number of characters can be overwhelming, but that was not the case here. While it was good to hear how Casey's uncles and dad were doing, they didn't take away from the story but added to it. In some books, snippets of earlier characters' stories tend to make me want to go back and reread their stories. So, I get distracted from the one I'm reading. That wasn't the case here. Morgan, Sawyer, Gabe, and Jordan didn't appear to be anyone else but who Casey sees them as in relations to himself. As such, this kept the focus on Casey and Emma's relationship.
Another problem that tends to happen to me with series is the writing style seems to change. I'm happy to say that wasn't the case here. CASEY was an easy and enjoyable read, much like the other Buckhorn books. So, if you enjoyed those, you'll definitely like this one. That being said, it isn't necessary to read them in order. CASEY is fine as a stand alone book. There will be no confusion if you have not read the other books in the series.
My one annoyance with the book was already mentioned by one of the reviewers. It regards the math/age of the other characters. If you haven't read any of the other books in the series, then this would not affect you one bit. If you have, then it is a bit confusing and annoying but not so much that it distracted me from the story.
CAUGHT IN THE ACT
I liked Mick's story. The problem was believable and the characters were awesome. I especially liked the witty banter between the characters. However, I felt the romance moved too fast. Mick saves Delilah and right away, she wants to sleep with him. For contemporary romances, I have to at least believe it's possible that it can happen in real life.
Mick's and Delilah's actions were just a bit out there that at times, they didn't seem realistic enough. Mick's character and actions were a bit more believable than Delilah's except for that one instance (Come on Mick. You're a cop. How could you not think hidden cameras right away? I did.). While the story wasn't the guys lusting after the somewhat geeky girl in disguise, it did remind me of it. Delilah's actions just seem out of character for her.
Overall, the story was not bad. It was quite good. The speed of the romance just didn't work for me.
Very well developed plots, with hot sexy scenes.
The story of Casey is very sweet and it was a very nice ending for the Buckhorns series.
The another one, Caught in the act, made me dive right into the next series of the three uniform friends that was very good as well.
Lori Foster definitely knows what she's doing. Became a fan!