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- Publication Date: November 1, 2015
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B017GQDZWU
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- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,234 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
GENTRY BOYS (Books 1-4) Kindle Edition
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DRAW: Cord, Chase and Creed Gentry were like the unholy trinity of wild bad boy triplets growing up in their small town...the girls lusted after them, the town feared them and they were completely abused and discarded like old furniture by their own parents.
Saylor was a sweet, too-trusting young woman who had a history with these boys (Cord took something very precious from her one day and it haunted her when she left to start a new life) but nothing could have prepared her for the abuse she would suffer from an unlikely person who was NOT one of the low-life Gentry men, but someone she should have been able to trust.
When Saylor escapes and runs back to the safety of her cousin and BFF Bray, she is forced to confront the demons from her past and in that hell she finds out that the love of her life is standing right in front of her. I really liked the believability factor in this book...no insta-love, they had mature reactions to traumatic situations and I especially liked how a very serious problem that could have had a horrible impact on many characters, was resolved in an awesome conclusion.
RISK: Where do I even begin to express how much I loved this book...it was dark, beautiful, heart-breaking and hit home with me on so many levels.
When I first met the Gentry triplets (Cord, Creed and Chase) in Draw, they were everything a girl could want (or really shouldn't want) in a boyfriend. They were like a sexy bad-boy tag-team of muscles and brawn all rolled into a package of heat...you want one Gentry boy, you get them all...a package deal for any girl lucky enough to have a night of no-strings fun. To quote the author they were " head-turning triplets that hatched somewhere in the desert and then descended upon humanity like a plague of testosterone"...LOL...I couldn't have said it any better! This was Creed and Truly’s story and both of them suffered from childhoods lacking in nurturing and loving parents, so it was understandable to me that they acted out (Creed in violence and sexual escapades and Truly with her own string of men and various relationships that went nowhere).
I found myself so engrossed in their emotionally charged stories that I was brought to tears more than a few times, and it was hard to just read this book without tensing up and fearing the results of what obstacles lay ahead for them. A life and death situation threatens the happiness and future of the brothers as well as the women they love, and when all is said and done, the risk for what "could be" in the future outweighs the present predicament they must all fight through to the end.
GAME: Cora Brent's storytelling has taken on a more mature tone with this book...don't get me wrong, it is still funny as hell in parts, steamy and sexy beyond belief (the Vegas elevator and hotel room scenes will stick with me for a while) and has that playful, fast-paced banter that makes reading her books so addictive. It also touches on the subject of addiction...which comes in many forms, from sex to drugs to gambling and how some people are born with addiction in their make-up, while others are able to overcome the urges and not be affected by hereditary or their environment growing up. Chase desperately wished for a relationship with his mother, while Stephanie lost her father to a lifestyle he could not control. I loved that both Chase and Stephanie were complex and interesting individuals...one could be dirty and lustful in one breath and then sweet and honorable in the next, while the other was emotionally fragile yet so loyal and loving at the same time and together they were exactly what each other needed and a strong force to be reckoned with.
FALL: We first met Jenny in Promise Me (Defiant MC book #2) when she was rescued from the cult and brought to her sister for safe keeping. Jenny was only 16 in that book and was sent to live with her brother in California where she went to school and was given a chance to somewhat "heal" from her injuries, both emotional and physical. When Fall begins, Jenny is 19 and finds herself stranded at a bar, garnering the unwanted attention of some creeps, when Declan Gentry swoops in to save the day.
Deck is a dark and dreamy bad-boy with a heart of gold...just as you should not judge a book by its cover...you also can not judge this man by his outward appearance.
I loved Deck...ever since he took on the role of protector to his triplet cousins both growing up and even more so now that they are all settled with the loves of their lives at 23 years old. I really loved the patience and care taken to develop their relationship over time...there was no wham bam jump in the sack for these two...although OMG the foreplay and flirtatious teasing between Deck and Jenny was mega watt HOT and when they finally realize their feelings for each other (and seal the deal), it was truly explosive passion.
We learn a whole lot more about the Gentry triplets heartbreaking childhood as well as some dropped bombs of possible big secrets that could impact the future...but for now, enjoy this really sweet and sexy and emotionally charged romance with cameos from some much beloved characters from the Gentry Boys and Defiant MC series.
HOLD: Finally…enjoy a sneak peek into more of Cord and Saylor as they keep the romance alive after becoming parents to two adorable girls. It’s funny, sweet, sexy and reminds us that under the tats and tough guy exterior, Cord is a loving husband and father. I can’t wait to read the whole book when it releases!
***** 5 ***** “a delicious 4-pack of sexy men and their loves” stars
But how each couple works through their problems was the high point for me. You can hardly go wrong with this book. By the way there is explicit sexual content for those that don't care for such things.
Saylor and start off the Gentry series with quite the second chance bang! Say has been a punching bag for too long. She finally has had enough and has kicked her lying abusive of a boyfriend to the curb and is headed to freedom. But freedom is going to lead her back into the path of the boy that tricked her out of her virginity to win a bet and then bragged about it to everyone in town. So things are not looking all that great for the weary traveler. But Cord swears he's not the same boy that played that dirty trick on her years ago and he's really wants to make amends. Cord wants nothing more than to shake the Gentry stigma. The name stands for bad blood. Him and his brothers have been running from it for years and have finally made some headway, but when Saylor walks back in the door, he feels like the class a jerk that once upon a time did a bad bad thing. He'd give anything for another shot. But habits are hard to break but love it worth the work.
RISK (Gentry Boys#2) (Kindle Edition)
Truly and Creed make you believe in redemption and hope in the second Gentry tale. Truly wasn't looking for anything in particular when her friend Saylor twisted her arm into coming out for a night on the town, especially not falling head long into a the arms of Creed Gentry. She had taken a hiatus from men and was trying to be just be for a while, but the sexy mysterious Creed was a wrench to the a carefully laid plan. Creed has a debt to pay and it has been looming over his head. To help him forget for a night he decides to get lost in the amazing Truly for a night, but what he wasn't counting on was the unexpected connection with the Southern beauty. But the axe is over his head and his days could literally be numbered. Why life would grant him a special woman just when it was taking everything else away seems like Gentry luck par for the course.
GAME (Gentry Boys #3) (Kindle Edition)
Chase and Stephanie are the perfect cap the Gentry brothers stories. Stephanie has a tough as nails exterior that she wields to hide very dark and painful secrets that haunt her. Her jersey girl ways served her well but they also led to her down fall and now she is dealing with the consequences. When Chase Gentry starts to show interest in her and lays on his playboy charm she is leery and gives him her best "forget about it" brush off. But Chase will not be easily deterred. Chase has always been seen as the goodtime boy with smarts looks and charm to back up his playboy ways. Coming off his brief but hard time with addiction he is jumping back into trying to get back to fun loving Chase mode. When he see the challenge Stephanie represents he cannot resist. But it's soon clear that the pair are more alike than meets the eye and it's obvious to them this is the real deal. Now they just have to learn how to fall without failing.
FALL (Gentry Boys #4) (Kindle Edition)
Jenny and Declan will make you believe in redemption and hope and love and all that entails with this Gentry tale. Jenny (introduced in the Defiant MC series) has had a been adjusting to life outside our Jericho Valley and the indoctrination she suffered at their hands. It's hasn't been easy, what she went through cannot be undone or unseen and it haunts her but she is trying... or at least she is faking it till she makes it. Her quite strength and beauty catches the eye of the elusive Declan Gentry, but her young age and innocent aura has the man acting less like his reputation and more like a saint. Declan is not know for his upstanding morals. In Emblem the name Gentry is not a surname associated with the title of gentleman but something about Jenny has him acting completely out of character. He is drawn the the girl like a moth to a flame and finds that her past and present make him want to see where the future may lead. But for a man so haunted by demons and plagued by a reputation can he really taint such an angel?