- File Size: 948 KB
- Print Length: 689 pages
- Publisher: Harlequin Readers' Choice (July 1, 2007)
- Publication Date: July 1, 2007
- Language: English
- ASIN: B000SWV6HG
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #404,434 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Lori Foster Bundle (The Buckhorn Brothers) Kindle Edition
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More About the Author
Lori believes it's important to give back to the community as much as possible, and for that reason she ran special contests in conjunction with a publisher, facilitating many first sales for new authors. She routinely organizes events among authors and readers to gather donations for various organizations.
Lori hosts a very special annual "Reader & Author" event in West Chester, Ohio. Proceeds from the event have benefited many worthy causes, including the Hamilton County YWCA Battered Women's Shelter, the Animal Adoption Foundation, The Conductive Learning Center for children with spina bifida and cerebral palsy, and The One Way Farm, Children's Home.
In 2007, Lori put together The Write Ingredients a cookbook of recipes donated by popular authors. Proceeds from the cookbook go toward Lori's ongoing "Troop project" of collecting and mailing fun, and sometimes necessary, items to our troops.
In 2008, Lori coordinated with other authors of her choosing, and through Berkley, arranged for the publication of The Power of Love, a special romance anthology of novellas about empowering women. All author and agent proceeds from the anthology go to the Hamilton Co YWCA Battered women's shelter.
In 2009, Tails of Love, another romance anthology with Lori and other contributing authors, was published through Berkley with all agent and author proceeds to benefit The Animal Adoption Foundation.
In 2010, The Gift of Love romance anthology, with Lori and other contributing authors, was published with proceeds to benefit The Conductive Learning Center, a school for children with cerebral palsy and spina bifida.
In 2011, The Promise of Love, a romance anthology with Lori and other contributing authors, will be published with proceeds to benefit the One Way Farm, a home for abused and abandoned children.
In 2012, Love Bites, a romance anthology with Lori and other contributing authors, was published with all agent and author proceeds to benefit The Animal Adoption Foundation.
In 2013, Animal Attraction, a romance anthology that goes with the "Buckhorn Brothers" series, with Lori and other contributing authors, was published with all agent and author proceeds to benefit The Animal Adoption Foundation.
Lori has received many prestigious awards, including:
Romantic Times "Career Achievement Award" for:
Series Romantic Fantasy
Say No To Joe - second "Bestselling Original Contemporary"
Borders Group Inc.:
The Secret Life of Bryan - "Bestselling Original Contemporary" romance title
Jude's Law - "Bestselling Romantic Comedy" romance title
Back in Black - "Bestselling Romantic Suspense" romance title
Lori Foster has been both a clue in the New York Times crossword puzzle and the USA Today Quick Cross puzzle.
Lori enjoys visiting with readers on her Facebook Fan page, Twitter, Goodreads, and Pinterest.
Top Customer Reviews
The first story in the series is about Sawyer, the oldest brother. He's a sexy, companionate doctor who's also a loving father and amazing brother. The story starts with him having to safe Honey after she runs her car into his fence. He's instantly attracted to her. The story has him wanting to find out about her and she wanting to get away from him and his brother's because she's in danger and doesn't want to endanger them. Honesty, I was so bored reading the story. I couldn't stay interested, I didn't care what Honey's danger was and then Sawyer somewhat was bipolar to me. He was practically keeping Honey at his house since she was in danger and he didn't want her hurt, yet she wanted to leave and he wouldn't let her. At times he would shake her wanting to get his words through to her, but he wasn't a violent person according to his brothers. There were so many other things about the story that drove me nuts. Sawyer wanted Honey to stay, but wasn't going to tell her, Honey said she felt safe with Sawyer, but wouldn't tell him anything about her big danger mystery, Sawyers brother's were always interrupting him and Honey during an intimate time, and then when a big moment came between them that would have been so much sweeter in private it's done in a causal way with his brother's all around. Overall it just wasn't what I expected or hoped the story would be.
The second story is about Morgan, the second brother. He's the hunky Sheriff. In his story he fights the urges to become involved with Misty, Honey's sister. His story was much better to me than Sawyers.Read more ›
I really liked this book, but I think my enjoyment is completely tied into one of my dirty, little secrets: I absolutely loved Seven Brides for Seven Brothers as a kid. Seriously. I watched it a million times complete with twirling in circles and singing along to June Bride. While reading this story, I kept tying it back to that musical. A girl finds herself dumped in the middle of house filled with big, masculine brothers with their own unique way of living. Fine, so these brothers are a bit more civilized than in the musical, but they do prance around the house naked an awful lot.
Like always, Foster does an excellent job of showing the camaraderie between siblings in a fun, lighthearted manner. And, in true Foster fashion, the baddies aren't really there until the end and aren't really that bad or scary, making this acceptable reading for me while the husband was out of town.
This book isn't as much fun as the first in the series. I certainly didn't envision singing and twirling while reading this short novel. *sigh* Morgan is a big, gruff, demanding sheriff with a heart of gold. But, regardless of his saving mistreated animals, Morgan has an instant dislike for Misty. He judges her as a slut based on her clothing. Misty is visiting for her sister's wedding. Everyone loves Honey's sister, but Morgan has her pegged as a trouble maker. While I really liked Morgan's character, his instant hatred felt forced and his attraction to Misty did feel like a pity case. Usually, Foster writes some pretty unrealistic stories, but Misty's run in with the law is eye rollingly ridiculous.
This series just keeps getting worse.Read more ›
As always Lori Foster has a great series, read this one a few times. Sawyer my favorite ( sexy as hell doctor) but Morgan although tough as nails ( or thinks he is) is lovable too. Love the closeness of family with all brothers and of course Sawyers son Casey! Who wouldn't love a house full of men (haha). Both Sawyer and Morgan love being single but know with their hometown reputations their not aloud to cut loose but when Honey breaks down Sawyers fence and Sawyers defenses he can't help but fall for this beautiful strong women. Then in comes Misty Honey's sister and when she comes to visit Morgan can't help but strong arm her into loving him. Sawyer is sweet, sexy as hell and romantic and smitten, Morgan is so hot for Misty, he can't get enough, I loved the part where Morgans Naked in the kitchen and Honey makes him dress...too funny.
For both Honey and Misty the men break down their defenses and builds them back up, even though all claim to love being bachelors they get a case of the love bug. Another great series to follow. Can't wait for Casey's story
Gabe/Jordan although liked Sawyer and Morgan in buckhorn beginnings more, this sequel is good. Very sexy men, courageous women. Fun and loving family. Great read but wasn't as good as the first book. Even though Jordan and Gabe sexy as all their brothers it wasn't as sexy a story, they both felt almost pushed through to get their happily ever after. Gabe and Jordan are both well sought out bachelors but once they catch their ideal women their as lost as their brothers. It just felt too quick and rushed I pared to Sawyer (my fav) and Morgan (so sexy)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is one of Lori Fosters best series. I fell in love with all of the brothers and the fact that they showed each other their love, that doesn't happen often in books.Published 7 months ago by Jill Kurtz
Great reading each love story and making comparisons of the brothers. Very exciting and thrilling passionate events. Looking forward to Casey's story.Published 13 months ago by Wanna
Good to see how these non traditional families came together. Enjoy the small town Kentucky setting. Nice character development. Can't wait for more.Published 16 months ago by sylvia bednarski
I stumbled into this series and was pleasantly surprised. The brothers were the type of men that appreciated family, women, their mom and kids. Read morePublished 16 months ago by D.Grant
I've been a fan of Lori Foster for a long time. Her books are very entertaining. The purpose of reading for a lot of us is to forget the sad or bad things going on in our lives. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Yo Yo C.
Idyllic lives and beautiful people don't detract from the fact that the characters are real, honest, and down to earth. These men are exasperating at times... Read morePublished 21 months ago by staci
I have read quite a few books by this author. They are easy
reads but if you are not into explicit sex, give them a pass.