Forever Buckhorn

Forever Buckhorn

Book - 2016
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The Buckhorn brothers return in two timeless tales from New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling author Lori Foster

Gabe
Gabe Kasper, the heartthrob of Buckhorn County, Kentucky, can have any woman he wants. But it's prickly, uptight Elizabeth Parks who gets under his skin. She thinks Gabe's some kind of hero and wants an interview for her thesis. He doesn't consider pulling a couple of kids out of the lake heroic, but he'll answer her questions in exchange for kisses...and more.

Jordan
Jordan Somerville thinks he wants a woman who's a paragon of virtue. But then the gentle veterinarian--rescuer of strays--meets Georgia Barnes, single mother and exotic dancer. She's a far cry from Jordan's dream woman--and she's made it clear that he's hardly her dream man, either. So why is he suddenly tempted to break all his own rules?
Publisher: Don Mills, ON : Harlequin Enterprises, 2016.
ISBN: 9780373776474
Branch Call Number: FIC Foste
Characteristics: 425 p. ; 18 cm.

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Jun 02, 2012

Gabe (4 stars)
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While I can't imagine the newspaper articles about Elizabeth ever being published and the set-up for her character felt a bit forced, I still liked her. Foster generally excels at creating likable characters and steamy love scenes, and both of those elements are found here. The jump from the first week to the last was very abrupt (at least it could have been marked by a new chapter!), and it's kind of annoying that Gabe thought it was sufficient to say he loved Elizabeth the first night they slept together and never bring it up again, but those things didn't detract from my enjoyment of the book too much.
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Jordan (4 stars)
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This was actually the first Buckhorn book I read, even though it is the 4th in the series, and I just finished my 3rd reading of it. He's the most complex of the brothers, and Foster created an excellent (and equally complex) match for him in Georgia. This book has another big time gap, but at least it's marked by a chapter break. I found the evolution of their feelings and relationship to be pretty appropriate. It was also nice to finally meet Megan, the amazing mother of the brothers, and to get little peeks at Casey (with the confirmation that he will get his own story).

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