Their Blue-Collar Girl by Dixie Lynn Dwyer
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Lori Ann Shay never imagined at sixteen that she would be on the run with her sister, protecting her sister and her newborn son. Her sister's abusive ex continues to try to find them, finally causing a terrifying night and Lori doing something she never wanted to do, playing a part in killing man.
After five long years Lori, with her sister and son in tow get to see her parents once again. Lori is so used to providing and taking care of her family that now that she has time to focus on herself, she finds it is not quite as simple when she is still suffering residual affects from her part in her sisters ex death. Lori has also caught the eye of Charlie, Dante, and Trevor Henley, not once in her life had she taken time to date, let alone allow herself to be attracted to a man.
Charlie, Dante, and Trevor are haunted from their time in the war. When Charlie meets Lori the fist time, although stunning he doesn't trust her. It doesn't take long for Charlie to realize he is completely wrong about the young beauty and when he realizes his brothers are interested as well, they come up with a plan to win her heart while healing their own.
I was a bit mixed on this one, a lot of internal dialogue and the three men were a bit more dominant then her other books. Overall good story, but not quite as good as the first in series.
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