After years of independence, Cameron has to learn to live with his brothers again, while he struggles with cooking, cleaning, and caring for a difficult boy. Old rivalries and new resentments flare between Cameron and his brothers, but they try to put aside their differences for Seth's sake.
In the end, a social worker, as tough as she is beautiful, will decide Seth's fate. She has the power to bring the Quinns together - or tear them apart...
©2008 Nora Roberts; (P)2008 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
Ok, the baby is actually a 10 year old boy named Seth and the men are his three older brothers, Cameron, Ethan and Philip. This was a heart warming story of the importance of family and as well as an entertaining romance. I really look forward to the rest of the series.
A nice start for the series, Cameron rocks on changing his life for his family and then throw in romance. I would rate this 10 stars. Great Book
Not much to say on this one, but it did hold my interest, I found it to be a good one.
I love the Quinn brothers and this series and the narrator completely butchered it for me. I'm going to try the 3rd one with Phillip since it's a new narrator and hopefully it won't be too terrible. Phillip sounds like a girl right now....
I have many Nora Roberts books. I generally like them a lot. For me there was too much sex. The story wasn't as good. The characters were a bit rough and angry. This won't stop me from getting more because this is the first one I haven't liked
I already have two more ready to listen too.
David was Okay. Not remarkable but not bad.
I guess it was full of hope and personal change.
I have to realize this was her first, I think. She sure got a lot better
One of the best
dedication of the main charaters
The assistant principle's office when all the Quins are there sticking up for Seth
When Cal realizes he's home..in his heart
Nora Roberts seems to have a good formula for romantic stories, yet the plots are so different each time. It's similar to, yet different from, her other books.
I enjoyed this book and plan to look up others in the Chesapeake Bay series
If my friend likes light, predictable soap opera-esque books then, yes.
I have liked Nora Roberts' books in the past but feel I have outgrown them. This book offered nothing unique, thought provoking or educational.
It kept me entertained enough while painting my walls but wouldn't listen to it again.
Cam, a womanizing car and boat racer at war with his feelings of what is right and his desire to continue racing and hopping around the world.
Ana, the social worker.
When Seth falls off the roof.
A good and intriging story that leaves the ending to your imagination.
I would have enjoyed this book more if the main characters were not portrayed as people who feel the need to do dramatic things such as throw dishes at each other. Nora Roberts seems to be confused about how to portray someone as a fully living human unless they get stupid and act in ways that I would not let my kids act in! She also seems to think they need to get violent with each other to prove their love. I am not buying it! It is a shame because I liked the basic story line if it could have had less drama.
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