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Love Out Loud (Long Line of Love) Paperback – November 1, 2008
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Benai Peters is Tempest's is best friend and while they are having dinner they run into Layton's brother Bancroft.
Bancroft is charming and he thinks Benai is perfect, however before he can pursue her something happens and he becomes dark and brooding. At Tempest and Layton's reception he acts differently towards Benai. She is uncomfortable with him and Randall comes to her rescue.
The sparks fly between them, but Randall is torn because Bancroft has already staked his claim on Benai.
Randall tries to resist his attraction to Benai, but finds it difficult. He is torn between his loyalty to his brother and his desire for Benai.
Benai finds it hard to believe that Randall really wants to be with her because she doesn't fit his ideal woman, but she finds it hard to resist her desire for Randall.
This was such a good story and I really felt bad for Randall, while he struggles with trying to do the right thing.
I really love this series and can't wait for the next book.
It is a bore. The main female character is unlikable as she acts like a 16 girl. The lead male was just as bad who is indecisive about every decision he makes in the book.
On top of that, I understand this was a fictional book but I find everything in it to be unrealistic. The lead male character has several brothers who are all very close. So close in fact that they involve themselves in their siblings love lives to extreme points like kissing their brothers interest, checking up on them at odd hours of the night or purchasing them flowers to make their brother see they are making "mistakes" in not taking chances in their significant other.
What? Who does that?! I don't get it.
I've read two of Marilyn Lee's books in this series and they were better than this. However, they are ALL the same. Once you read one of them, you've read them all it seems. She need to expand her topic and branch out of these weak plus size women going for these strong wealthy native american men.
She can do better and I hope her next book she ventures out to other topics and not this same predictable theme. It's annoying and I am no longer enjoying it. Either that, or I don't think I can purchase any more books from her.
The only thing I truly like about her is she seems to be the only author who writes on african american women and native american men.
The best interracial author I've read books by has been Latrivia Nelson and Savannah J Frierson. Check them out if you want not only interracial romanace but something with a sustainable topic that take you somewhere. This book just makes me not want to get to the end of it.
I would definitely recommend it. A job well done.
Okay, finished "Love Out Loud (Long Line of Love, Book Two)" earlier this morning (one day after Book One). This book was more interesting than Book One; however, the intimate moments were a bit too much. Overall, I would suggest you ladies check it out (wink). Oh, I wish the Cherokee language was translated...Randell would never tell Benia what he was saying....that was a bit annoying....maybe he was telling her exactly what she needed to know. Of course, she had no idea...she kept telling him to speak in English.
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As with most of your novels, why is the woman the one always wanting more...love....marriage...and kids? She has to beg......cajoled.... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Amazon Customer
I like this book because of the author Marilyn Lee. I also like this book because it is interracial and I like reading the complexities of the relationships in the book.Published on December 12, 2013 by SP
All I can say is WOW! What a great book. Nai and Randy 's story was well worth it. So glad I bought the book. I'm reading Payton's story next.Published on September 25, 2013 by Ericka A.
Better editing would have been great; story line and character development, as well as more character detail would have made the story more intriguing.Published on June 5, 2013 by Sonia's EFHutton
It's hard to begin with this book because neither of the main characters were particularly likeable. Read morePublished on February 19, 2012 by K. A Tate
I absolutely adore this series. I truly appreciate the loyalty amongst the Grayhawk family. I was heartbroken by the circumstances that kept Benai and Randall from being... Read morePublished on January 19, 2012 by DIVYN2
Reading Randall and Benai's story had me crying and smiling through the whole book. I cried because it hurt Randall so much to even think about his own happiness while his older... Read morePublished on January 15, 2012 by Nikki
Ooooh! I love the Grayhawk series. This book features Randall Grayhawk and he is hot! I cant wait for the next installment!Published on January 11, 2012 by Amazon Customer