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Meant for You (Montgomery Brothers) Mass Market Paperback – April 7, 2015
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"[A] charming tale..." - RT Book Reviews
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When she's not working on a new story, she spends her time reading contemporary romances, playing way too many games of Scrabble or Solitaire on Facebook and spending time with her husband of 25 years and their two sons in North Carolina.
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There is zero subtlety in this book. One character has a bad leg which the author hammers over the reader's head about fifty times in the first half. We know Gabriela is efficient because the author tells us that repeatedly over and over again throughout the book. The Montgomery men are jerks to Summer throughout the book.
Head-hopping is pretty frequent,even to minor characters like the Dr. coming out to tell them about their family member. it's just not necessary and in the end it prevents the reader from really connecting with the characters. I didn't like either of them by the end. I couldn't see why they liked each other either. Summer has Gabriela to bounce her feelings off but Ethan has no one so we get pages and pages of his inner thoughts.
The book's setting is gorgeous, and the plot elements contain a hike gone wrong and mountain climbing, but neither of these are particularly exciting because the author instead makes you sit around with the family all that time instead. Why? I just did not get this.Read more ›
I have read every single one of the Montgomery books, and I love them all. Considering that I am a romantic suspense fan and rarely venture away from that genre, this is saying quite a bit. Needless to say, I couldn't wait to read this story.
I am not going to rehash the story, but this book was as wonderful as I thought it would be. The author is a fantastic writer and knows how to write a love story without using schmaltzy lines and situations. In fact, this story takes place in Alaska which is not your usual scene for a book.
I love the heroine, Summer Montgomery. Her brothers and father treat her like an airhead, but she is really a strong courageous person who does what she wants no matter what others say about her. On the other hand, I had some trouble with the hero, Ethan. Ethan is a friend to her brothers, is Vice President of the Portland office and has known Summer all of her life. Both of them have always felt something for each other, but it is Summer who finally makes the move. Ethan is very wishy-washy about his feelings because of his close relationship to her brothers. Needless to say, he finally shows some courage and owns up to his feelings.
There is a secondary story about Zach Montgomery and his assistant Gabriela. He comes off as a selfish uncaring person who doesn't care how he treats a person as long as he gets his way. I hope there will be a story about them eventually.
I love this author so much, that I have bought all of her other books to read at some point. If you like love stories without schmaltz and without graphic sex, this is the series for you!
Don’t get me wrong these two together are a whirlwind coming through, all in the name of love. You see William’s on a mission to help Robert get all his children married off like he did playing covert matchmaker. Being the keen observer that he is he has set his sights on Summer for she is easier to read than his nephew Zach. He does like to boast that he was the one that got James and Ryder together with their wives. Although, the boys would deny that to their dying days.
Over the years though William had noticed that both Summer and Ethan Reed, V.P. at Montgomery, Portland office, were always checking each other out when no one was looking or so they thought. Yet, acting like they didn’t know each other when really Ethan grew up like an added son/brother to her and her brother’s. He figured they needed test his theory. Robert and he send Summer to work at the Portland office. Robert was uneasy because in his eyes Summer was a flake. Always moving and changing jobs. William thought differently.
Zach his oldest son who is the president of the Portland office was not happy at all. He was feeling like he was being made to babysit his irresponsible little sister. He felt like he was being spied on also. The whole time she is working there at the office he is mean, rude, and yelling all the time at her. Ethan found himself playing the go-between.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Summer Montomery wasn't about to let anyone boss her around. She wanted to be taken serious.
Her brother Zach just treated her like she didn't know what she wanted to do with... Read more
This was a fun book. Had lots of drama and romance with family. Book read easily and ver quickly. Enjoy!Published 2 months ago by Kay Barnes
Great book! I really enjoyed reading this book. I hope to read more by Samantha Chase!Published 2 months ago by hhjob
Sometimes family can screw things up , sometimes.... Well you should read to find outPublished 3 months ago by ad
Clearly a YOUNG ADULT book.
Spoiler alert: I will be providing examples of my statements. The Heroine is a young woman who grew up as the youngest, and only girl, in a large... Read more
A great story that is not only a wonderful romance between Summer and Ethan but also a story of family and all the joy and anguish that brings. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Bette Hansen