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Brash (The Cavanaugh Brothers) Mass Market Paperback – March 3, 2015
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Of the three books, I liked the relationship aspect of this book the best. All three brothers have been broken and tortured by the memory of what happened to their younger sister and they have each been partnered with strong, accomplished women – the fierce forewoman, Mac; the savvy business woman, Sheridan; and now veterinarian, Grace. But for me, this relationship has the most chemistry of all three. It’s more of a slow build based on small interactions and minor choices that nurtures the relationship. It helps having him live on her property, but that is the starting point to turn around the awkwardness left behind from former confrontations in the previous books. He’s a big, bad UFC champion who is used to intimidating, but allows her to see his vulnerabilities. She is sweet to his spice. I enjoyed the evolution of this relationship very much.
IN A NUTSHELL:
Brash is a fantastic addition. I would consider it the best of the series yet.
Cole Cavanaugh was the Fighter. He lost his twin sister a decade earlier to an abduction and murder and he had been running and fighting ever since. He was closed off from all emotions except an outlet for his guilt and pain.
Dr Grace Hunter was the town vet. She was also the daughter to the former Sheriff who declared Cole’s sister a cold case. The Sheriff’s mental health was failing rapidly but Grace was trying to help the Brothers without hurting her father.
We saw the sparks fly between Cole and Grace in previous books. In Brash Wright developed the push pull between the two while dropping hints about the suspenseful theme that had been the underlying plot within the series.
I was really looking forward to Cole. He was probably my favorite brother to date and it was obvious he was suffering with the loss of his twin. Although I liked both characters, the story itself was slower paced than I desired. I was craving more depth within the suspenseful side of the story. As a result, I rated it a 3.5 which rounds to a 4 on this review site.
All in all, it was sexy, suspenseful and entertaining. The best cliff hanger yet was revealed so I can’t wait to conclude the series on Bonded, the story of Blue Perez, or make that Blue Cavanaugh.
Grace Hunter is the town vet and the daughter of the ex-sheriff, the sheriff that investigated Cass' murder all those years ago. All she wants to do is protect her father as he slips further and further away from reality. Is what he says real or just in his head?
Cole and Grace have a joint goal--what happened to Cass? They just had different ways to get those answers. In Brash, they team up and boy does it do them both 'good.'
I don't like spoilers, so that's all you get. All I'll say is that you get the romance that's perfect for these two and more clues in the mystery. You won't regret reading Brash or any of the other Cavanaugh stories, Branded, and Broken.