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RISK (Gentry Boys#2) by [Brent, Cora]
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  • File Size: 2442 KB
  • Print Length: 302 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Cora Brent (September 28, 2014)
  • Publication Date: September 28, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00O0CMU1G
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #19,036 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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This was a great read. Last night, I started the sample, got to the part where the hero sees his heroine, locks those eyes on her hot and hard, and there was no keeping him from her, and I thought, hell, I have to buy and read this now, even though I hadn't read book 1 yet. I love a hero who knows what he wants and he makes sure he gets her: "I knew you were it as soon as I f'ing saw you tonight." Creed's very intense, no half-way with him. And yeah, it starts off as intense desire, but it develops into something more. Soon, Truly really is it for him, in every way that counts.

Creed might have played it easy before, but once he's had a night with Truly, he's back for more. He's rough around the edges, gruff and not much on words, but he's the type of hero that, when he falls, he's all in and doesn't even try to fight it. He might not understand it, but he's loving how it feels to be with a girl who makes him want to be more, to be worthy. He and Truly are so good together, too.

Both are early twenties, both with painful childhoods for one reason or another, and both just a little damaged now and looking for love, a real, true kind of love. Truly has her own issues, and they were sad to read about. I liked her a lot; how strong she was, caring and sweet. Sweet Southern Truly. She doesn't think she deserves love, but she does. They both do.

I think I was most surprised at how romantic this story felt. The intimacy is strong, the romance soft, good-feeling and heartfelt, and that's due to how well the author wrote the characters. They're just very likable, and lovable, nothing fancy about them at all, no big-time jobs, no money to throw around, really just two young people making a hard road in life and trying to do their best.
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Where do I even begin to express how much I loved this book...it was dark, beautiful, heart-breaking and hit home with me on so many levels.
When I first met the Gentry triplets (Cord, Creed and Chase) in Draw, they were everything a girl could want (or really shouldn't want) in a boyfriend. They were like a sexy bad-boy tag-team of muscles and brawn all rolled into a package of heat...you want one Gentry boy, you get them all...a package deal for any girl lucky enough to have a night of no-strings fun. To quote the author they were " head-turning triplets that hatched somewhere in the desert and then descended upon humanity like a plague of testosterone"...LOL...I couldn't have said it any better!
Then one of those boys got bitten by the bug and her name was Saylor and because of her history with Cord, things happened that would forever alter their relationship... so when Risk begins, we are down to only two unattached brothers.
Truly was a unique young woman...Saylor's friend and fellow waitress at Cluck This was a beautiful girl who didn't carry herself like she knew it, and with her love of vintage dresses and simple ways, she stood out from the crowd. When Creed first glimpses her at the restaurant and tries to catch her eye, she plays indifferent to him until one night out with Saylor changes everything.
Truly had more in common with the Gentry boys than what first is apparent...she had a difficult and rather abusive home-life growing up with sisters who were dragged around by their mom from town to town, living off of charity and never feeling the love a girl should from her own mother.
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By Randips on December 17, 2014
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I had forgotten I read the first in the series and I must say this one was much better than the first. This book was believable and I seemed to connect with the characters better. Yes, there are some steamy moments and a plot.
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Oh these Gentry Boys! This is the second book in the series. In the first one Creedence seemed to have a LOT of angst. In this second book he didn't seem to have as much..ah! The love of a good woman took his heart. These books are like seeing old friends get better. There is a story in this book,along with hot,sweet hotness! You will enjoy getting to know this family. I can't wait for the next door. Cora so kindly gave me advanced copy in ex hang for honest review,which I gave.
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As fan of book 1 of the Gentry Boys series, DRAW (Cord's Story), I was highly anticipating the release of book 2, RISK. I was not disappointed. RISK is Creed's story, the big, emotionally sealed off, brash, love `em & leave `em brother of the trio. When we left off in book 1, Creed made a deal to do something VERY disturbing for someone in exchange for some information on Chase's attackers. Now that Chase is mending, Creed alone caries that promise around like an ominous, dark cloud never knowing when the downpour is going to come. I loved Creed in DRAW, I knew he had this in him somewhere just needed the key to unlock the vault.
That key comes in the voluptuous shape of Miss Tallulah Rae Lee, Truly. It's obvious from the beginning that Truly has her own scars & that she deals with them by locking them away in her own "dungeon." At first things are intended to start out casual but it becomes more. THEY become more like they are each the broken piece to put the other back together. They learn that the horrors that keep in, they actually share in a way by both going through similar experiences. I found that while I read I was constantly waiting for what I knew was coming, when that brooding cloud finally opens up it doesn't just rain, it most definitely pours.
The amount a love and heart in this book killed me at times but it was most definitely a 1-click, 100%. Chasyn's story cannot come soon enough. 5 STARS is not even enough.

***I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review***
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