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Poughkeepsie (The Poughkeepsie Brotherhood Series) Paperback – Print, November 22, 2011
Four girls on a trip to Paris suddenly find themselves in a high-stakes game of Truth or Dare that spirals out of control. Learn More
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Now, with all my fan girl stuff over...lol...I do want to tell you that I didn't think Poughkeepsie was perfect. Technically there were a few proofs that could have been corrected, but that's with almost every book nowadays, including my own, so I don't fault for that. My bestie and I have had a grand time picking this book apart technically and discovering that Ms. Anastasia has managed to break a few of the rules that we've been told time and again not to do... and guess what... it didn't distract us from the story.
All three couples in this book are rich, vibrant people. I've teased that they felt like real people even. I'm not joking. The magic in this book is in the normal...the subtle. It's the chemistry between the two sisters when their dad is out of the room. It's the serious love that these three men share for each other when no one else would love them. It's the vomit behind the bushes and the offer of mouthwash after...I know it's gross, but it's my fave moment in the book. Hey, it's me, of course I'm going to love the vomit scene.
But, if you're following along you'll get the big picture. It's not because Ms. Anastasia has over the top language in her dialogue--even though she does. It's not because Poughkeepsie is the perfect book.Read more ›
This was a beautiful, touching, humorous and a sometimes heartbreaking book.
I thought this book was going to be a depressing and put off reading it for a while. So glad I finally picked it up.
the character of Blake was so well written and his unfolding relationship with Livia is just beautiful.
I'm not good at reviews and can't do justice to this book with my words.
I loved all the characters in this book. Beckett and Kyle were just wonderful and both had me chuckling out loud at times.
The relationship between Cole, Beckett and Blake was so well done and though each went their own ways, they had a deep love for each other that really came through in the writing.
I know when a book has been something out of the ordinary when I am still thinking about it long after turning the last page and this book definitely falls into that category.
I've put a few people onto this book and none have been disappointed.
This is a rare gem of a book. So go and read, devour and enjoy
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I always enjoy reading Debra Anastasia. I love her writing style.
Even though this book isn't necessarily humorous, in fact it, it hits you right in the feels, Beckett... Read more
I enjoyed this read; it was the extended version and while it was a bit more detailed, I think that I could of just read the original and been just as happy.Published 1 month ago by Doris Nash
There are all kinds of deep love, and this book touches on many of them. There are not just two main characters in this story. On stage, it would be an ensemble cast. Read morePublished 2 months ago by booklass
This was a very touching book about finding unconventional love in the most unexpected places and a family that never quits. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jera
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>I am an independent reviewer. This book is the first in the series and ends in an HEA for two of the three brothers. Read more
This is one of my favourite contemporary series. It's gritty yet sensitive, with lovable characters. The first time I read the extended version, I cried my eyes out. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
After reading Poughkeepsie Begins recently there wasn't a chance I would miss reading Poughkeepsie and this book did not disappoint. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Travelingiraffe