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The continuing saga of the brothers This one was really good Wonderful story enjoyed the bits of humor that tied n so well with the ndividual characters I enjoy the stories so much may have to read the first ones over One of the most annoying heroines I ve ever read More than half way through the book and there s nothing redeeming about her still She s spoiled and a know Triumph of the Optimists: 101 Years of Global Investment Returns it all uestions Monty and people who s given her no reason to uestion but when people like Frank and or herllegitimate brother start doing uestionable things she wants to be sure they re not false accusations and she gets mad when Monty fires them Almost wished she was trampled The Silent Service: Los Angeles Class into a coma until they reached Wyoming already Lol DNF While formulaic I enjoyed this book than I expected The progression of Iris from a spoiled snobbish child who though only of herself and what she wanted She starts out proud that she doesn t know how to work or cook or clea. Ers wiped her out As luck would havet Monty was heading that way but the bullheaded wrangler flat out refused to help her Nver one to take no for an answer Iris saddled Up To Coax Rope to coax rope tame the ornery cowboy she'd always desire. ,

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Iris author Leigh GreenwoodMy least favorite book n the seriesthus far I got tired of the wishy washy heroine Never did understand the attraction between the characters that being said I still like the Randolph brothers and their struggle to rise from the ashes WonderfulA great addition to this series opens of the relationship between the brothers A heroine you can get behind and watch grow as a person Listen I read this because Flesh Blood: Compendium it s sounded badAndt wasAnd I loved t Considering the fact that Iris starts out the spoiled darling of society I couldn t help but find her ncredibly rritating at times However she Redeems H This Was A h This was a read one of my favorite romances ever Argue here argue there argue almost everywhere The hero and heroine are both stubborn This was a good book but I got so sick of Iris and Monty fighting all the time They either made out or made love or fought No middle ground It was like sparks were always flying sometimes not. A Tarnished Past Rough and ready as any of the Randolph boys Monty bristled under his eldest brother's tight rein All he wanted to do was light out from Texas for a new beginning But a spiritied beautywas hot on his trail bringing wi. In a good way I certainly wouldn t want to be stuck on a cattle drive with themIris was spoiled and Monty Is A Self Serving is a self serving of guy The good news was that her flirting didn t allow her to get her way like t did with most other guys Since Monty didn t fall under her spell that made her hate him yet find him rresistible These Two Are Not The Most Likeable Characters Yet This two are not the most likeable characters Yet this a very readable book I am not one to stop reading a book unless I really dislike t but I didn t feel the urge to stop First of all t s a really good western You could enjoy this book on that basis alone even f you don t like romance If the sexy scenes bother you just skip over them On the positive side you would like the sexy scenes f you enjoy romance Although this wasn t my favorite n the series t s a very good book and kept my nterest Would I want to be around Iris or Monty and the combination of the two n real life No way Great bookLove. Th her a blazing passion he couldn't deny and painful memories he couldn't forgetA Shining Future An orphan with nothing to her name except a herd of cattle Iris Richmond had to get her livestock to Wyoming's open ranges before rustl.
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