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Sandra , I am 63 years young. I love God, my husband,children,grandchildren ,and live.. I also love reading my Bible and books 📚
5.0 out of 5 starsI enjoy this book,and I hope you enjoy it too..💜 I also hope the author doesn't mind me using a highlight form her book!!💖📚💖
Reviewed in the United States on July 8, 2020
“Brielle, please end my misery. Please be my wife — help make me a better man.” His eyes shone bright in the light from the candles behind them and the full moon filling the starry sky, and Brielle couldn’t stand up a second longer. Sinking to her knees in front of him, she placed her hands on his face and brushed her lips against his. “I don’t want to live another day without you either, Colt,” she whispered, and she wrapped her arms around his neck. “I love you, Brielle.” He ran his hands up and down her back, pushing the last of her worries away. “I love you, too, Colt. Yes, I’ll marry you. My heart won’t let me do anything else.” He sat back, and she felt bereft until he lifted her hand, pulled out a flawless square-cut diamond, and slipped the ring on her finger — a perfect fit. “You are my everything,” he told her, and he sealed their promise to each other with a kiss. Tony and Hawk had to turn away from the stirring scene, and from each other. The two gruff men were too touched by the beautiful moment they’d just witnessed. After Colt carried Brielle through the front door, the two men outside put out all the candles, and then the only light shining down on the old ranch house was from the stars, which seemed to be twinkling a little more brightly on one of the last nights of summer.
This has been my favorite so far off Richard's children. Brielle and Cole's story had me laughing out loud in the beginning. I wish it would have continued. It didn't, though their journey still made me love it. I wanted Brielle too give him as good as she gave her brothers. No grandchildren yet for Richard. I hope when they come someone has triplets! I also wanted Brielle to open up to her father and brother's about what happened with her mother that day. They deserved to know! This is why I couldn't give it five stars.
This was actually my first Melody Anne book, but I must say that it will not be my last. This was a quick, enjoyable read (I finished this in about 4-5 hours of quick reading), and was truly disappointed to see it end. The characters weren't perfect; they were, in fact, flawed, and that made me feel as if there was a little more depth than your typical contemporary romance.
Brielle is a spoiled brat. In fact, at the beginning of the book, I was struggling to really like her. I didn't like her brattiness on the ranch, the fact that she seemed to give up, at times, quite easily and treated people rudely. I initially had a hard time relating to someone who can talk to people the way she did. Also, I have a hard time feeling sorry for people who have to go do what daddy told them to do because they will lose their million/billion dollar trust fund. Especially as I am reading this book at a time when I should be working myself, for pay that is 1/25,000 of that amount. But I digress. The feeling of "un-relatability" to Brielle passed quickly though. As the book progressed, and Brielle developed as a person, and "found herself" in Montana, she changed. And I enjoyed watching it.
Colt was the consummate cowboy. Tall, dark, handsome, (rich doesn't hurt), but not entirely honest with Brielle about who he is or what he has. I loved this. I loved that I knew what the final conflict would be the entire book, while watching two completely opposite people fall in love with each other (I love it when the hero will have groveling to do in the end, and in this book, you see it coming from page 2).
There was one point that I found a little hard to believe. That being: why doesn't Brielle find out that Colt doesn't work for her when she sees that she isn't issuing a paycheck to him? As the owner of a ranch, wouldn't she at least see some payroll checks going out (or to whom they aren't going out)? As a non-rancher, perhaps that is handled elsewhere or by someone else, but I found Brielle being in the dark about some things - and staying there for most of the book - a little unrealistic.
Overall, however, a GREAT, quick read. I gave it four stars because I feel the ending was a little rushed; or maybe I am just mad because the book ended before I was ready to see it end. Great book.
Richard had a meeting with all of his kids. He told them he had cut off their credit cards, and trust funds. He bought each child a failing property/business, and wanted each of his kids to turn the business around. Richard wanted each of his kids to experience what success felt like after working hard for it. He placed the deeds to the properties on a table, leaving his sons, and daughter to fight for which one they wanted. Brielle didn't want any part of this. She walked out of the meeting before it was over. She did good for a year, but then the place she worked for went out of business. She couldn't find another job. She had no choice but to beg her dad to give her a chance. The last property left was a ranch in Montana.
The story was really good. I could feel the frustrations that Brielle was going through. She wanted to learn, but no one wanted to teach her. Her ranch hands didn't think a city girl stood a chance. I loved the humorous parts in this book that had me laughing. The romance between colt and Brielle was steamy, and sweet. The book described small town living as it really is. I've lived in small towns, and everyone knows everyone. The gossip is always better than the news of a morning newspaper.
I love this whole series. This book is a stand alone, but each book is worth reading.
This is book two in the Lost Anderson's series apart of the Billionaire Bachelors series(Billionaire Bachelors 9).
Meet the only other girl in the family Brielle Storm. Brielle inherits a very dilapidated ranch in the wilds of Montana. Brielle isn’t happy about her situation to say the least. Brielle may be moving to her new home; also Brielle may be making huge plans on doing whatever it takes to make her crazy billionaire father happy. One thing is that she certainly won’t be doing it with a big smile on her face. Hell no. Brielle plans on coming to Montana and definitely hiring some ranch hands to do all the work. Brielle also plans to get out of Montana before the first winter snow has a chance to hit and blows all her plans.
Montana isn’t that sort of state that offers very predictable weather. Brielle is going to find out only the hard way that the land isn’t the only thing she has to fear.
When Brielle's hotter than any city boy could ever dream of being, her cowboy neighbor shows right up on her doorstep. So Brielle finally decides that maybe she could learn to love Montana and that it isn’t so bad after-all.
That is until her sexy neighbour laughs openly at her city girl ways. That makes Brielle show that she has something to prove…
I need more than 5 *s but again need to settle for 5. I'd recommend this author and all her books
Melody Anne has created yet another stunning book. In fact this series seems to be going from strength to strength and I can never seem to eat the pages up fast enough, but when you entwine Billionaires with Cowboys, my little 'ol heart goes racing. It certainly went racing for Colt.
Brielle even from the start was not the person that she portrayed. She was a lost woman that nobody seemed to realise needed help in finding herself, even Brielle.
When eventually Brielle is forced to take on the same challenge as her brothers, she finds out more about herself, especially when Colt enters the scene and takes her in hand, body, mind and soul.
Although we get snippets about how loaded Colt is, its only near the end we get an idea when Brielle steps foot on his ranch. He makes the Storms ranch look very poor, but he has a heart that keeps getting bigger, especially as he realised how much he needs and wants Brielle.
I really can't wait to read the stories for the other three brothers and want to see all of them meet up at the very end with all the happy endings.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 22, 2020
I am reading around one a day, preferable to sitting watching television. I like the characters, the throes they go through. It does help to be seriously wealthy which prevents the mundane lives the rest of us have. For those fed up with reality I heartily recommend these books.
I've never gone for the cowboy alpha male before but Colt is hot. If you're looking for complicated plot and in depth character development then this isn't for you, as with the rest of Melody Anne's books. I read this book and the others in the series because I wanted a light read with a certain happy ending and this book delivers. There is the same formulaic plot as the rest of the series, reluctant man and woman, events getting in the way, epiphanies and then prophecy of undying love, but again, expecting that, I wasn't disappointed. My one gripe is the language used to described sex, womanhood, manhood, staff, core, pearl.... such words drive me bonkers.
5 STARS !!!!!!!!! Another hit out of the ball park Melody Anne you've hooked me from the start and I can't get enough of you're books. Brielle is brill and Colt wow! What a man I loved this book and couldn't put down. I have to say please please don't kill Richard off I don't think I'd survive he just got his family back please!!!!!!!!! I love that Joseph and George make appearances in this book and as always a welcome treat. Can't wait till the next one, if you keep writing I'll keep reading I'm still a novice at this reading lark but loving every minute of it xxx I have to say I will definitely enjoy your new series and love the excerpt at the end and another can't wait for......