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Jackson: The Sons of Dusty Walker Kindle Edition
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The second installment in the series is not disappointing. The story picks up after Dylan spends the first week in Red Creek where the four brothers have to fulfill their obligations of their fathers will, which is where they learn of each other's existence. You can feel the emotions of the characters as if you know them personally, the grief, confusion and the anger turn into belonging, happiness and peace. Oh don't want to forget the HOT chemistry between Jackson and Rori.....WOW.
Highly recommended...now for book 3 ~Killian~ Enjoy
Jackson has to come to terms with the fact that his father loved him deeply in spite of his unorthodox ways of getting his children. Add to that the fact that the four brothers are inheriting Dusty's vast fortune with certain stipulations. Each must spend a week learning their father's business. Into the mix comes a gorgeous computer genius in the form of Rori! How will she complicate Jackson's life?
Will he stay in the small town or go back to his previous life? Can love overcome all his doubts about his future with his half brothers? This book has hot sex and a great ending! It is definitely a must read for this summer!
This is the second in a series of 4 books. Each half-brother has his own book. Each book is written by a different hot romance writer. The other three writers are: Sable Hunter, Desiree Holt and Jodi Redford.
Randi Alexander has brought two delightful characters together in Jackson and Rori. The chemistry between the two is almost electric and I found myself cheering on their relationship during the entire book. I highly recommend this book.
Jackson has known since he was 15 that Dusty was married to another woman that wasn't his mother. After spending so long hanging onto every word Dusty spoke, but no more. He runs off and decides to join the rodeo circuit and thus starts his career as a rodeo cowboy.
Rori can't believe out of all the sons she has to talk to she gets the one she already holds a grudge against. But when she first sees him she can't deny the instant attraction.
After his week is up Jackson was so convinced he'd sell off his share and get back to his regular life. But the feelings between him and Rori are too strong to ignore. Can Rori help Jackson see the good his father did, or will his past hurt prevent them from moving forward and having a future?