Tuesday, November 19, 2013
Greatest Fight of All by Dixie Lynn Dwyer
The Greatest Fight of All by Dixie Lynn Dwyer
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Amelia Jennings is ready to start over. After a disastrous relationship with an abusive ex, her father and brothers tumultuous relationship she needs a completely new environment. Moving to Texas for her new job and be with her best friend sounds perfect.
Meeting the Haas brothers has Amelia treading lightly. Murphy, Waylon, Brody, and Ricky are dominant, large, men. They are also her bet friend's brothers. When all four show interest Amelia is not sure she wants to go down that road, after all that is what she left New York for.
Ricky falls hook line and sinker from the minute he meets Amelia. Murphy doesn't do relationships, in fact none of the brothers do but he can't seem to keep from wanting to silence her feisty nature with a kiss that would bring her to her knees. Waylon doesn't trust easily and Brody is the quieter of the bunch, but with Amelia they all seem to be breaking out of their shell.
Overall good story, had a few yo yo (should I or shouldn't I) moments. Out of the guys I like Brody the best, he is moody but there was something about him that drew me in. Another great addition in the series.
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