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Gabe (The Buckhorn Brothers Book 3) Kindle Edition
- ASIN : B077S4M5FL
- Publisher : Mira (1 January 2018)
- Language : English
- File size : 464 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 164 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 535,733 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Enjoyable but I wasn’t impressed with Gabe’s womanising. The first two brothers were the same but it wasn’t as in your face as this one.
Gabe just comes across as sleazy at times, not irresistible.
His brothers giving him grief was good though.
Elizabeth goes from a totally buttoned up spinster type who seems immune to Gabe’s hot sexiness and come-ons to married to Gabe.
Lacking depth for me on a few fronts but I totally enjoyed the ending with the fire and the fact it gave Elizabeth a reality situation.
I will say I loved reading how Gabe’s future plays out in Casey’s story. Fate has given him a beautiful payback.
Reread this authors Winston Brothers and Visitation series. Grabbed these through my library for some light reading.
Quite entertaining to read books this old and the sexually biased slant to them.
How stories have changed in 20 years. I quite like the old-fashioned manners of the men but they are a bit dominating and overbearing, in a nice way.
I find it interesting that these men are all women magnets, basically big players but no other women show up or make a fuss.
Found it interesting that none of these brothers have ever gotten a woman pregnant by accident either but poor Misty book 2 and Georgia book 3, had both been pregnant due to broken condoms.
Seems these men are super lucky.
I have read the first seven books in one hit so will not be reading the others for a while as they seem similarly themed.
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This book was a lot of fun to read. I really enjoyed Gabe and Lizzy together especially at the end. But I did hate how Gabe treated her in the beginning I thought he was kind of a shallow jerk, but he seriously made up for it. And Lizzy was a sweet woman, with a lot of spirit in her. Over all the book was good, and I really enjoyed it! I look forward to more in this series as well.
Even though I sometimes roll my eyes at the cheesy perfect-ness of the men in romance novels (and Gabe is pretty much perfect), I have to admit I'm a sucker for these stories. Gabe is really too good to be true. He's one of those super-charming men who really loves and appreciates women. I usually find men like that are raised in households with sisters or by single mothers or grandmas, not like the testosterone-filled Hudson/Kasper house.
Anyway, this story was just really sexy. I like that Gabe falls for a shy, bookish, average-looking girl like Lizzy, and not a bombshell. He even wonders himself why he's falling for someone so against his type. Of course by the end of the book, he thinks Lizzy is beautiful. Lizzy is a little unbelievable in her naiveté, but it makes for a good story when Gabe gets to introduce her to all sorts of new experiences.
The book doesn't really have a plot, and the romance happens in record time, but it doesn't matter. The story is written well enough that you just go with it. Even though these are re-issued older books, nothing in the Gabe book was at all dated. It could have been set today or any time in the past ten years. I'm looking forward to reading the other three brothers' stories, and then the new story about Casey that's coming out soon. I doubt they can top this one, though!
He loves being a free spirit, but always remember -the bigger (and more reluctant they claim to be)they are, the harder they fall. Gabe is no exception. This is a wonderful read, full of friction and family. Pull up and chair and be prepared to enjoy yourself.
Mary St. Aug.,Fl.