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Branded (Harlequin Blaze, #471) Loved the ranch setting with a sexy Texas cowboy Definitely a steamy romance. Good strong characters, both of them The side stories didn t distract, but made itlike real life, where romance and a budding relationship aren t the end all and be all of day to day life.I wonder if the other characters Eric Sara, Carter Trace s lawyer friend maybe have their own books Read as part of One Click Buy June 2009 Harlequin Blaze Eric s story A Few Good MenCarter s story Unbridled Good strong characters, both of them The side stories didn t distract, but made itlike real life, where romance and a budding relationship aren t the end all and be all of day to day life.I wonder if the other characters Eric Sara, Carter Trace s lawyer friend maybe have their own books Read as part of One Click Buy June 2009 Harlequin Blaze Eric s story A Few Good MenCarter s story Unbridled this was one of my favorite harlequin blaze romances i have readI love cowboy books and romance and this one had it all and it wasa great story. Pin on Pinterest Honestly I m not sure how to review series romances because of how trope specific they can be I ve read and book buffeted a few , most of which were Presents that I heavily side eyed So that was my litmus test with this How much side eyeing could be done What I found is that there is somethingdown to earth about the Blaze categories I guess they are supposed to be steamy but this one seemed pretty tame to me Branded is a contemporary home on the range cowboy sto Pin on Pinterest Honestly I m not sure how to review series romances because of how trope specific they can be I ve read and book buffeted a few , most of which were Presents that I heavily side eyed So that was my litmus test with this How much side eyeing could be done What I found is that there is somethingdown to earth about the Blaze categories I guess they are supposed to be steamy but this one seemed pretty tame to me Branded is a contemporary home on the range cowboy story It is one of those post 9 11 stories about an ex Marine who returns to rural Texas after leaving Iraq and becomes a ranch hand This by the way is our heroine Jo Ellen AthcinsonOur hero is ranch owner Trace Armstrong Can I just say our hero and heroine have the most country music star names ever Trace is pretty bland but is described as having 12 pack abs I Googled it It s actually kind of scary looking Also you have to WORK for that There s no way you just get that being a rancher Since Jo has been back she s having a hard time facing her mother who is battling morbid obesity and her enabling father Trace has his brother Also a Marine and from a different series coming home to take over the ranch Trace doesn t like him for reasons IDK I mean I gathered he ruined Trace s chance at joining the Marines by injuring him or something Trace just seemed whiny, I think I need to read the brother s book to figure out their dealAnywho, one night Jo decides to go hit on the boss and they start having a fling which isn t the most interesting part of the book Honestly, the romance of this book felt like such a minor plot compared to the character s individual stories So much so that the last scene in this book doesn t even feature the couple but focuseson the relationship between the brothers I think the writers realized this because they threw in a serial rapist to serve as an extra plot point and sequel baitdon t ask I started with this book because of the female Marine aspect, I mean that s an interesting topic but the gender dynamics of women in the military never comes up I m not convinced Carrington gave the female Marine angle much thought because at one point Trace says to Jo You re a Marine You know how to fight on the battlefield And I was like I m pretty sure women aren t allowed in combat.I also have another anecdata nitpick I m not sure Carrington uses the word barbecue right or that is to say they use it in every which way possible It s used as an adjective and noun all over this book That just seems odd to me, I think calling a get together with grilled meat a barbecue is a West coast thing Successful rancher Trace Armstrong has made his mark as a man So what s throwing the lanky Texan A rough, tough, sexy as sin cowgirl his head wrangler Jo Atchison is a cocksure ex Marine, and she s aiming to corral her bossright into her bed Trace knows he should put business before pleasurebut when Jo slides into her chaps, all he wants to do is take her on a long, sweaty ride They both know that this is than just a hot roll in the hay It s a battle of wills And one of them is going to end up branded heart, soul and very willing flesh ❮EPUB❯ ❄ El precio del Trono ✿ Author Pilar Urbano – 9facts.co.uk tough [PDF / Epub] ☂ The Taking of Annie Thorne By C.J. Tudor – 9facts.co.uk sexy as sin cowgirl his head wrangler Jo Atchison is a cocksure ex Marine [PDF / Epub] ☁ Exhalation By Ted Chiang – 9facts.co.uk and she s aiming to corral her bossright into her bed Trace knows he should put business before pleasurebut when Jo slides into her chaps ❮PDF / Epub❯ ☁ L.A. Bondage Author Dave Naz – 9facts.co.uk all he wants to do is take her on a long ❰Reading❯ ➼ Agosto Interminable Author Gabriela Rosas – 9facts.co.uk sweaty ride They both know that this is than just a hot roll in the hay It s a battle of wills And one of them is going to end up branded heart [Reading] ➷ A Really Good Day Author Ayelet Waldman – 9facts.co.uk soul and very willing flesh For the record 1 This book was a gift, 2 I only have 5 books in my apartment one of which is how to raise ferrets , and 3 apparently I m not old enough to get a library card in Bakersfield So yes, I read this book cover to cover It is very silly And I now own it and would be happy to loan it to you I thought it was alright The story development seemed a little rushed to me and I think I needed that development to justify the relationship The charachters are intruiging though they seem rather underdeveloped to me too.


About the Author: Tori Carrington

Author Tori Carrington is the penname of husband and wife writing team Lori and Tony Karayianni.Hands down, penning a bio is always the most difficult writing challenge we take on What do we say What do we keep a secret Considering we ve been writing together for over twenty two yearswell, that revealsabout us than anything you ll likely read here We re fiction writers simply because we enjoy escaping into an exciting, colorful, fictional world of our own making Take great, shameless pleasure in delving into the lives of others Revel in living vicariously through our characters, trying on career hats we d never otherwise put on, stretching muscles we d probably be better off excercising in reality We won t even discuss how our writing allows us to voice opinions on society, romance and human sexuality that aren t subject to public ridicule but rather presented as entertainment To go there, well, we d be revealing a little too much, now, wouldn t we So we ll stick to just the facts, ma am or sir, depending on your preference, which may or may not have anything to do with your sex Should you desireinformation, feel free to e mail us and we ll provide you with our phone number, or our preference arrange to meet with you one on one where we can learn as much, or perhaps , about you as you will about us Depending on our mood, we may spill everything we d prefer to keep a secret, like which traits we would change about the other if given half a chance Likewise, we may wisecrack our way through the interview, sprinkle our responses with what we find exciting about our latest book, and blissfully skate over personal details that might bare a little too much.Trust us, this is not an attempt to create an aura of mystery We re not quite that saavy No, we re just very protective of our evolving selves and consider ourselves open minded, known to change an opinion the moment we voice it or are presented with further information, so we re hesitant to commit any to writing Guess we re very Socrates like as opposed to Socratic in that way, which isn t altogether a bad thing..So rather than dictate to you here, we ll lay out the basic facts, then provide a number of links to others who have interviewed us.I m Lori Schlachter Karayianni a Holy Toledo, Ohio, native, having attended Central Catholic but ultimately graduating from Macomber Whitney with certification in computer science After working in the computer industry for a number of years and after Tony and I endeavored to write our first novel I switched to temp work which ultimately led to a four year stint as a secretary sales clerk in the engineering and international sales departments of Owens Illinois, the international container company that put the glass into The Glass City I put the brakes on before I reached the five year mark, however, the point of no return for most dreamers who get caught in the corporate trapvacation time Better benefits Probably I should stay until retirement.Tony s background couldn t bedifferent from mine, but thankfully it led him to me Born in Smila, a small hillside village in the area of Ancient Olympia outside Pyrgos, Greece, where his family has deep roots and an older brother still maintains the family olive groves he was raised in Athens during a time of political and cultural upheaval, although neither stopped him from becoming a drummer in a successful pop band that often played with Greek singer Teris Chrysos He immigrated to the U.S in late 1976 and with the help of the Greek community achieved the American Dream Only the hunger for something , the restless searching that originally compelled him to turn his back on his successful music career and brought him here, remained It wasn t until after we d become a couple, and he turned to me and suggested that we try our hand at writing, that both of us discovered the true meaning of th


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