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- Print Length: 379 pages
- Publication Date: March 28, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B06XXFL359
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #24,716 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Standing His Ground: Greer (Porter Brothers Trilogy Book 2) Kindle Edition
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Honestly, I was expecting a litte different on some aspects. But the story was even better. I laughed, I worried, I was angry and I cried. Yes, you will have lots of funny moments, but you need to be prepared for really heartbreaking ones too.
Greer... I love that at the end he's still arrogant a-hole. That he didn't loose his charming self. Yes, that said with a little sarcasm. Lol. But we are introduced to his other side. Which I have no doubt will surprise you and will make you to love him, if you haven't before. Well, after all he's that good he can made blind woman to see. ;)
Honestly, I'm not sure what you're doing here. Wasting your time, while you could already be cuddled comfortably and having a date with Greer.
PS. While not one party would acknowledge it openly, I really love how close The Last Riders and Porters got as friends.
Standing His Ground has blown me away. I knew it would be explosive because of the sparks this couple has thrown off since day one but man… It was SO. DAMN. GREAT. So much depth, all sorts of feels, such thoughtful storytelling… Definitely one of my favorite Jamie Begley books to date!
Greer, Greer, Greer… I was already crushing on you before but now I am head over heels in love with you! You are #2 only to Cash in my book! You were sweet, charming, romantic, protective & clever but the most AMAZING part was that you were all of those things without losing your famous a****** persona. You were still you & that was straight-up sexy. But I am so sorry about what happens after you use your power… *zips lips*
Holly, woman… LOVED what you & Diamond started! My heart broke for you with every insult & sneer that was slung your way but I admired the way you dealt with it all. You were so strong, caring & selfless. I loved your relationship with Logan & when you decided to go all in with Greer. You balanced each other out & it was beautiful & fun to see your story unfold.
There were so many memorable scenes in this book! The house meeting, the ugly cry (OMG, I was devastated!), the way Greer took care of Diane & the conversation Greer had with Knox at the end were all definitely highlighted in my kindle but the very BEST ones were the out-of-body experience Holly & Greer felt in the field of daisies & the barn scene with the whole Porter family. The field scene gave me goosebumps; being so sexy, magical & meaningful. And that barn scene… I LOVED how therapeutic it was for EVERYONE.
Have to admit… I was a bit irked that daisies were the flower of choice because I associate them with one of my least favorite characters, Bliss, & her daisy chain but I’m choosing to replace the bad memories with the good ones because Greer & Holly’s daisies were fantastic!
Although it was hard to leave some loose ends lying around, I’m excited to find out how things are going to play out between the Porters, Hayeses, Colemans, Curt Dawkins & Luke Baxter in Claiming His Enemy. (At least I think they’re all linked together somehow because of events that happened in this book.) I feel lots of trouble brewing!
Very much looking forward to the next installment in this massive Jamie Begley saga! Not sure if it’ll be Rider’s Revenge (the prologue of which was included at the end of this book) but I really hope it is! :)
I'm always happy to one-click on a Jamie Begley novel. She is a must buy for me. I'm invested in her book world and all her connected storylines.
I have gotten to know the Potter brothers from prior glimpses in the Last Riders books. The Potter brothers don't like the lifestyle the Last Riders have. They believe in having just one woman to share their life with. Despite their differences, The Last Riders and the Potters are civil with each other, especially since Rachel, their sister became Cash's woman.
To my shock, the book begins with Greer deciding he needs to settle down. He wants a wife and he wants children. He has narrowed his list down to three women. The whole family is in agreement that the woman he has had an on and off relationship with since high school is not the one for him. Jo is on his list too but Greer really likes KentuckyGirl, his online friend. She is smart, seems sweet and they get along well. She also likes daisies and Greer believes a daisy is the sign of his one true love.
Holly has been living with the Potters for the last six years ever since Logan moved in with them. Holly loves Logan as her own child. She also has developed feelings for Greer. She knows he blames her for keeping Logan apart from their family. He doesn't hesitate to let her know everything he dislikes about her. Too bad you can make your heart fall in love with the right person sometimes.
It was hard to like Greer when he was being an obnoxious mule. He treated Holly in an awful way. I wanted to give him a piece of my mind. I knew there was more to him but he only showed his worst side to her. Luckily, as the story unfolds we get glimpses of his hidden nature making him more likable.
As always with a Jamie Begley book, I was able to enjoy the story. It had many Last Rider cameos as well as great banter between them and the Potter siblings. I laughed and I cried too. So why wouldn't I give it a higher rating? Well, I thought their declaration of love came out of nowhere. I understand that Holly has loved him for a while but Greer changed from hating her to loving her the next second. I would have like to see some major groveling from him. Other than that, I have no complaints.