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Draw (Gentry Boys#1) Kindle Edition

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Length: 385 pages Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled

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  • File Size: 3128 KB
  • Print Length: 385 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Cora Brent (July 29, 2014)
  • Publication Date: July 29, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00M8PKVF4
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,180 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I love wild romantic stories, grunge era flannel, my vintage Kenmore sewing machine, embroidered dishcloths and absolutely everything that has to do with 1980s pop culture (i.e. leg warmers, scrunchies, big hair, early Madonna, boom boxes, wood paneled walls, stonewash jeans, etc).

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33 of 37 people found the following review helpful By momlovesromance on August 3, 2014
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
Basics: HEA; no cliffhanger, though the Gentry boys' story arc obviously continues through at least two other books; no cheating; possessive alpha male; tough guy hero with a tragic past; heroine in need of some rescuing through she is no damsel in distress; hot, steamy sex; mild erotica with "f" and "p words; and dual POV.

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Bad boy triplet Cord Gentry escaped small town Emblem, Arizona (think Florence, AZ) with his two brothers, leaving behind a life of poverty, violence, and tragedy to live in college town Tempe, Arizona (Arizona State University) where the brothers do underground fighting and anything else to survive. They are all amazing fighters, especially Cord, but they hate it and he knows that sooner or later it's going to get them killed. Then a blast from the past, Saylor McCann appears in Cord's life, a beaten mess, thanks to a rich, violent ex-boyfriend. Saylor is seeking refuge with her cousin Brayden who has become friends with Cord (since they are all from the same town).

Saylor and Cord have a horrible history that began when they were only 16 years old and he accepted a bet to take her virginity that resulted in Saylor's mortification and a vow to hate Cord Gentry until the day she died. Fortunately, the Cord that Saylor meets now is not the same arrogant, foolish sexy teenager she grew up with. This time around, Cord allows Saylor to see him for who is really is--a man who loves his brothers intensely, who is sorry he hurt her, and who quickly realizes his feelings for Saylor are more intense than anything he's ever felt before. After their relationship grows and Cord takes down the ex-boyfriend who beat and raped Saylor, they fall in love (after some major fall into lust).

I really enjoyed Draw.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Not Another Damn Book Blog--Blog on July 29, 2014
Format: Paperback
I love this book beyond words. I discovered this author by chance because of my love of Motorcycle Club romances. I read a couple of books and they were good so I tagged the author as one to pick up a book from. I got the chance to read Draw which is NOT an MC book so I was worried, because I very seldom branch out at the moment and my TBR pile is sky high. This book however is one of the best books I have read in a very long time. It sucks you from the beginning and before you know it the book is almost over and you're begging for it not to end. I fell in love with Cord and he made me smile, laugh and want to cry and all in a very good way. More importantly I fell in love with Sweet Say. I hardly ever care about the heroine, very few times in a book do they call to me as much as the male lead. Say did that from the beginning. I can't stress how much I love this book. You really have to give it a try. I can't wait for another edition of the Gentry Brothers, and at this point Cora Brent has gone from an author I'll look up to see what she has new to an Author I will anxiously await new releases from. You won't regret your purchase with this one.
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21 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Carriefan30 on August 24, 2014
Format: Kindle Edition
Don't waste your time. Nothing about the main character's "love" story is realistic. Saylor gets out of an abusive relationship after she is raped. She immediately goes back to her hometown and runs into Cord the the guy who stole her virginity to win a bet he had with his brothers, and they fall in love.

Why is this story unrealistic? Because everything seemed to happen overnight, there was no progression. The story wasn't set up to make us think that Cord and Saylor ever thought about each other, or pined for one another over the years so for Saylor to go from despising him to loving him after 3 encounters is ridiculous.

There is little to no dialogue between them, and half of what Cord does or says paints him as a disrespectful jerk. He doesn't really respond to any of her words of affection verbally, just in his head. All they have is physical relationship trying to be sold as a deep emotional one, and it failed miserably.

Also, Saylor seems unaffected by her abuse, rape, lack of relationship with parents and friends.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Reader on August 10, 2014
Format: Kindle Edition
The Gentry boys. Creed, Cord and Chase are triplets, they've always been wild and dangerous. With a violent father and drug addict mother they've had to fight to survive. Most people in the small town of Emblem avoided them, except for the girls, even Saylor who was considered a geek. When Cordero 'Cord' Gentry took an interest in her little did she know the consequences.

Present day and Saylor is running from her abusive boyfriend Devlin, her destination her cousin Brayden, he's always been her go to guy. Little does she know that she's about to come face to face with the Gentry boys again, in particular Cord.

I've read some of this authors books before and while I liked them, this is by far her best work IMO. This is more a character driven story, there is some action in the plot but basically this is a love story between two people who on paper at least are as different as chalk and cheese, but it worked for me. I'm looking forward to the next book, I hope the wait won't be long.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By rebel27 on August 12, 2014
Format: Kindle Edition
This was a great book about a bad boy and his band of brothers growing up into mouth watering sexy men. Unfortunately though I liked the book I just didn't love it.

The relationship between Saylor and Cord was insta love and while this isn't always a bad thing in this book it just didn't fit. She had literally just jumped out of one abusive horrible relationship just to jump back into a relationship with a man that had hurt her years ago. It just wasn't believable and there wasn't really any build up or angst between Cord and Saylor.

I did however love the dynamics between the brothers and can't wait to read about them. I just hope that their books have more build up and storyline rather than the insta love.
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