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We start this series with Cord and Saylors daughter Camille or Cami. One of their twin daughters. Cassie being the missing half. Camille has been studying Journalism but lost her internship during the summer so decided to return home. Deck was able to get her a job in a spa on the ground of a very exclusive resort and this is where she meet Dalton.
Dalton was a pro baseball player until and injury put a stop to his dreams and his relationship with his fiance. He took the job as manager in the exclusive club until he got his real dream up and running.
There is instalove, hot sex and we even get to see some of our favourite Gentry's along the way. Cora really managed to develope these two characters well. I loved that Dalton was Alpha but not in our usual overpowering way. He never tried to control Cami and always encouraged her.
Their relationship devloped quickly but it worked for these two. I look forward to seeing who Cora decided to write next.
First book in the Gentry Generations and what a fantastic start it is.
First up is one of Cord Gentry's twins Cami.
Cami has been off studying Journalism. She's back home for the summer after losing her summer job at a newspaper. Her Uncle Deck has managed to get her a job at the local spa resort where she meets the resorts exclusive nightclub manager Dalton Tremaine. Cami has always heard her mom say about a lightening strike when you find the one but she never expected it at this time in her life.
Dalton is running the nightclub for his best friend Griffin who he met during his time playing pro baseball. After an injury struck him out of the game he's doing it to fill time whilst he tries start up a training facility for kids to get pro baseball coaching. As soon as he gets a glimpse of Cami he knows she's different. He has been stung by his ex but he knows Cami is nothing like her.
The resort is very exclusive hosting high profile celebrities and politician's, of course where they are there's always scandal. Somehow Cami and Dalton get caught up amongst it. Cami being a natural reporter starts asking questions that could put her life at risk.
Eeeeeeeeeeeeeeek i was so excited for this and it did not disappoint. The Gentry series is in my top 10 series of all time and this is looking like it's heading there right along side it.
I always felt like i was part of the Gentry's. I know that sounds cray cray but i do. The way it's written you feel like you know these people and reading their children's stories gives me massive warm fuzzies!
Cami is amazing just like her parents. I love how respectful of them she is and it makes my heart soar to see it! Those triplets dragged themselves out of the dirt poor life they had and have managed to raise the best kids ever. I loved the interaction in the family. Cami and Cassie are so close just like twins should be. I love how they sense each others feelings it's wonderful to read. Now Daddy Cord!! He is so different than what i thought he would be and the way he is with his girls actually brought tears to my eyes. Cami is strong and confident and i honestly just loved her!
Dalton is an amazing addition to the family. He's so sexy i kept imagining him in his baseball gear... phewwwww The loving scenes were wowzers HOT! i mean wall, window, bed, rug... there's plenty to keep the temperature up to sizzling just like in the desert! I loved how logical he was and level headed. Even when Cami tests his patience he knew she was worth it.
The plot was sweet and full of love but it was also exciting and had twists and turns. I was kept wondering who the baddies were. The writing was impecable as always!
I loved the relationship that Cami and Dalton had it absolutely filled my heart right to the brim.
Seeing all the other Gentry's in here just made me sigh with happiness and I'm really really excited to keep seeing them throughout this series. I love the family gatherings!
I am also excited to see more of Dalton's brother Hale. He sound's yum meeeeeee!
Massive highly recommend series! I don't think you need to have read the Gentry series to read this one but honestly you would be missing out on one of the best series' ever!
Cami is reluctantly home for the summer after an internship in NYC fell through. Luckily for her, Uncle Deck still has all the connections in the world to pull off getting her a summer job at a local resort at the last minute. Cami has always been the one to ask every question she has which will make her a fantastic journalist someday but can also get people into a lot of trouble when they ask the wrong questions about the wrong people. Dalton is a former professional baseball player currently biding his time managing a nightclub on the resort grounds until he can make his longterm dreams come true. Neither Cami nor Dalton were prepared for the lightening bolt that would hit them when they met, just like Saylor said it would happen.
This book required me to finish before I could even think about going to sleep. I loved seeing the Gentry's as parents and how their children have grown up. Cami is smart, inquisitive, and independent. Dalton was a totally swoon worthy guy- protective, sweet, and a little dirty. Saylor was right that love can hit like lightening and I felt every single second of the connection between these two. I never thought I would love the next generation more than the first but I definitely think that Cora Brent topped the Gentry Boys with this new series and I can't wait to see what's in store for the rest of them!