Elliot

Elliot Siren Everlasting Classic ManLove Erotic Alternative Cowboy Romance M M HEA A man doesn t get to choose his family Courtney Landing wishes he could His brother Matt is growing increasingly violent

  • Title: Elliot
  • Author: Lynn Hagen
  • ISBN: 9781627409322
  • Page: 429
  • Format: ebook
  • Siren Everlasting Classic ManLove Erotic Alternative Cowboy Romance, M M, HEA A man doesn t get to choose his family Courtney Landing wishes he could His brother, Matt, is growing increasingly violent while Courtney struggles to figure out where he stands with the handsome cowboy, Elliot Wylde They get along great in the bedroom Yet Courtney yearns for , and push Siren Everlasting Classic ManLove Erotic Alternative Cowboy Romance, M M, HEA A man doesn t get to choose his family Courtney Landing wishes he could His brother, Matt, is growing increasingly violent while Courtney struggles to figure out where he stands with the handsome cowboy, Elliot Wylde They get along great in the bedroom Yet Courtney yearns for , and pushing Elliot to become than just a lover might destroy them.Elliot isn t sure what to do about Courtney From day one Courtney had him enraptured, but Elliot has never fallen so quickly, or so hard Inexperienced in love, Elliot strives to keep Courtney at arm s length The problem is, Courtney isn t settling for casual sex.When the head tries to overrule the heart, things can get out of control, and fast Elliot must learn to let his guard down before Courtney decides that loving his cowboy is trouble than it s worth at the Wylde Cattle and Guest Ranch.

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    1. Okay so I am on a cowboy kick lately. Anyone who knows me would be shocked to hear that. Quick background: My parents are native Texans. They grew up here, fell in love here and got married here. And then my dad joined the Army. I’m an Army brat. I grew up all over the country and even got to live in Germany as a kid. When I was in elementary school the “big” field trip was to a place called Pioneer Farm. Why? Because we got to see real live chickens and horses and cows and sheep, us city [...]

    2. I love this series and the way the author wrote it I find it fascinating, perhaps some readers won't like for it but for me it's terrific.The brothers are so charming and each couple are lovely, I highly enjoyed every single book.

    3. Okay so I am on a cowboy kick lately. Anyone who knows me would be shocked to hear that. Quick background: My parents are native Texans. They grew up here, fell in love here and got married here. And then my dad joined the Army. I’m an Army brat. I grew up all over the country and even got to live in Germany as a kid. When I was in elementary school the “big” field trip was to a place called Pioneer Farm. Why? Because we got to see real live chickens and horses and cows and sheep, us city [...]

    4. 3 stars but really I thought it should only be 2. It gets on extra because I'm addicted to the author. However I have to say this one just didn't work for me. Again it is happening in the same time space as the first two books in the series and I just felt that a lot of things where just skipped over. While in the second book it was in the same time, you didn't really feel as if you were missing anything, just seeing things from a different perspective. This one i felt like months where going by [...]

    5. I'm probably in the minority but I'm not sure why I bothered with this or going on to book 4 shortly. Fitting the remaining brothers into the established timeline from book one (which was AWESOME) just pisses me off and makes the story like a jerky video a non-smooth ride.(view spoiler)[We've got these two after months of some back and forth, committing to each other and calling husband. I am so sorry. I am stuck in Book one where NONE of this was remotely mentioned. By the time they commit to e [...]

    6. This book pretty much happened during the same time as the previous books but you get a different perspective of same events or get brief explanation after the fact that happened on page in a previous book. Even though this book is title "Elliot" this book is about Courtney and insta love for Elliot. I'm still not a fan of pet names especially "pretty baby" unless you are a human being under the age of one. That is just eek factor for me.One thing I keep seeing in Lynn Hagen's book is that the m [...]

    7. 3.5 starWhile I am enjoying these stories, what's not to like about a series with cowboys in it. My only issue is that the books don't flow like most series. This is the third book and when it started, it was if these characters had not met and you had to get to the point where the last one left off. I don't know if the author meant for readers to be able to read these as stand alone books, but things that happened in the previous book where redone, just from a different characters perspective. [...]

    8. While I thoroughly enjoyed the ride along to Elliott and Courtney falling in love. I hated that it was in line with book 1 and 2. It felt like I was just reading book 1 or 2 again and then a few bits and pieces of Elliott and Courtney thrown in the mix. I found myself wanting to skip a lot because I'd already read that in the first and second books and don't want to read them again. In my opinion it really took away from the story of Elliott and Courtney.

    9. I sympathize with Courtney when it comes to wanting to hear the words rather than just translate what he's doing with his actions. I also like that there's more here in terms of informing readers of the time frame within the story 'cause from the first 2 stories i had to make guesses. ;)Anyway, good job Lynn! :)

    10. Please see Kiwi's complete review at mrsconditreadsbooks/index.Favorite quote: “ I believe heavily in karma and the belief that shit comes back to bite you on the ass if you screw someone over.”

    11. While each book is a different brother's romantic story the time line overlaps the first book so many parts of this tale you already know. I still found it very enjoyable. Looking forward to Cody's book!!!

    12. 3.5 starsI made it through the whole thing without crying! Ha! You didn't get me this time, Ms. Hagen. There's no crying in cowboy fluff!kinda miss the crying though *ducks head*

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