A Green Mountain Romance from the New York Times bestselling author of I Saw Her Standing There.
As the oldest of the ten Abbott siblings, Hunter prides himself on his ability to solve other people's problems, but now he has a problem of his own - how to convince the woman of his dreams that his love is for keeps.
As the chief financial officer, Hunter Abbott manages the family's various business interests while fixing things for the people he loves. But the one thing he can't fix is his undeniable attraction to Megan Kane. Instead Hunter is prepared to do whatever it takes to show Megan that he's the man for her.
Megan's sister rocks her with the news that she and her husband are moving overseas, leaving Megan truly alone. With her sister - and her job at the diner - going away, Megan finds herself leaning on the sexy, button-down accountant who isn't afraid to lay it all on the line for her. But Megan has watched too many people she loves leave her. Can she risk her heart on Hunter?
Contains a bonus Green Mountain short story!
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Addicted to Audible! I'm always listening to something.
Too Much Sex! At least half the story were sex scenes. If that's what you want then this is for you. I'm still trying to figure out if there really was a story beyond great sex.
I like stories that go beyond the bedroom. Call me a prude but I'd prefer the descriptions end at the bedroom door. That said I'll return to my favorites, Debbie Maccomber, Robyn Carr, and Susan Mallary.
I enjoyed Christina's reading. Listening to a book vs reading allows me to experience a lot more emotion.
Yes, quit reading the series. This one was a waste of time.
This is the 4th book in the series. After reading the 3rd book, I posted a review which said I was done with this series and Marie Force. I should have listened to myself. I'm really done with both this time. Unfortunately I fell in love with the Abott family and the town. I would really like to finish the series, but .... as already stated way too much sex for me. In the prior three books there was a semblance of a plot. Not so here. I was hoping I'd like Megan (the lead female character) after the listening to the book. But nope, still don't like her.
Marie Force's series are wonderful summer companions! And because I live in Florida, they are my all year round friends!!! Keep writing please!!
I absolutely love this series! I feel like I'm right there in the story! I love that Marie works humor into the siblings relationships but still conveys a deep and protective love.
They give me relaxation & hope. I can see myself as part of the family or a character of the story. Being a person with great pain & limited abilities to leave my home I thank you for these beautifully written stories.
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Less sex. That's just about it. It was hours and hours of sex. I felt so sorry for the narrator having all the ahs, ohs, ooos, and other "scintillating" words during the repetitive sex scenes. It was truly like listening to porn.
That she made a good character, Hunter, from the previous books come off as a stalker. And just to make sure we, the listener/reader, didn't think he was a stalker, he'd say he wasn't a stalker. I'm pretty sure that some of Hunter's thoughts about Megan were thoughts that a real stalker would have. Anyone who has listened to Marie Force's other books know that there is too much descriptive sex. That's just her books. But usually there is a lot of story to negate porn aspect but this book didn't have that. The story was creepy. I'd like to be like another reviewer that said she was done with Marie Force's books. I, sadly, can't do that. I love the Sam and Nick in the Fatal Series too much for that and know there is another one coming out in the fall. So I will buy another. I will just chant la-la-la through the sex scenes. In this book I'd have been chanting for about 9 of the 10 hours and my family would have thought I had finally gone over the bend.
I can't say that I did but I didn't dislike her performance either. I just felt sorry for her. Narrating the endless sex scenes had to have been horrendous to do. I just wondered if she rolled her eyes a lot.
The "And I Love Her" character of Hunter and give back the decent Hunter from previous books.
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