Brotherly Love

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Orphaned as a child, Jessi moves to her almost stepbrothers' ranch. She grows up a tomboy and is sent to finishing school. She returns a temptress for whom the eldest, Jake, feels a most unbrotherly passion. It disgusts the others who plot to break them up. Jake must decide whether he's the brother or the lover and protect Jessi from a maniac on a killing spree that centers around her. More

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Review by: bashyj1 on March 29, 2011 : star star star star star
A GREAT and AWESOME book. I like how the author conneted the two main characters early no around the bush. However it was heartrending how the two brothers treated Jake. I've told my friends about it. I would surely enjoy a sequel soon
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Lily on July 26, 2010 : (no rating)
I bought all of the books available from this author based on the excerpts available and I do not regret purchasing any of them. However, I would say that - of all of the ebooks - this is my least favourite. The plot was sturdy and promising, and for the most part the story was exactly what I had hoped. The main problem I had was with the way certain characters were portrayed - brothers surely wouldn't do that to brothers? - and also the way in which the same characters acted spoilt and couldn't make their minds' up. However, that was a problem I had with specific characters, and as they were not the main two characters, this wasn't such a big deal. There were, on the other hand, quite a few scenes in this book that I found disturbing - especially as part a romance story. These scenes involved both sexual and violent scenes, sometimes together, which were a little more graphic than I had expected. This did detract from my enjoyment of the story as a whole, but I did like most of the interaction between the two main characters and think that it was still mostly a great story.
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