- File Size: 1814 KB
- Print Length: 279 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Unknown (March 5, 2017)
- Publication Date: March 5, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B06XFRQQD9
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,650 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Moving Maverick: Made Marian Series Book 5 Kindle Edition
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Go slow. Take a few chapters at a time, narrated alternately by Maverick Marian and Beau Talmadge and you will not only get the flavor of the place, but also Beau's strength.
The elephant in the room and central mystery of the book--why Maverick's grandmother Mimi did not raise him after his parents died--is not addressed until almost three quarters of the way through, and then it seems as though we've jumped on a water slide. Not that the pace picks up--it's just that all the cute tricks Lucy Lennox has set up in the book start flowing toward a completely mushy (in a good way) climax (oops) and denouement, and ending.
The final book will feature the youngest Marian, Dante, and this this book may have given us a hint of where it might go. We shall see. Meanwhile, this one is a nice companion for your brandy.
Hmm, this story...much like book #4 in the series, it seemed a bit inconsistent. First of all, what happened to Maverick was awful, and I totally can't blame him for being bitter about his grandmother's legacy. To be rejected like that by his grandmother after losing both his parents was horrific. My heart hurt for him...and it just seemed like there should be a bit more to all that...some sort of closure for his broken heart that didn't quite seem to play out.
Overall, I liked the story between Beau and Maverick (although I hated what Beau did early in the story to keep Maverick around). I liked their history, I was sad about their separation, and the salt & pepper shaker thing was kind of cute. It seemed like at the beginning of the story there were lots of jokes that just kind of fell flat.
This book takes place in the low country of S. Carolina and also had a lot of very southern little bits in there that seemed a bit over the top...like they were making fun of Maverick. But I did like the relationship between the guys. I liked Beau's business and how he leaves bunny (?) carvings everywhere. I even liked the appearance of the puppy at the end although that seemed a bit random.
The book has the same Marian characters, although because most of the book takes place in a different part of the country, they weren't quite as prevalent in this story. Something happened with Dante (Maverick's youngest brother) at the end of the story, so I'm thinking his story is next. Something is most definitely going on with him. I'm intrigued...
I did love reading about Maverick and Beau. Their friendship was so much fun and it really translated well on the page.
Moving Maverick was such a lovely and fun read, with lots of steamy bits between these two hotties. (Maverick and Beau)
I recommend for everyone to read all the books in the Marian series it'll fill your heart with beautiful loves story stories.
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