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The Wild Montforte Brothers ebook

The Wild Montforte Brothers ebook

Juliet Paige is on her way to England to meet the family of her deceased fiance, Charles de Monteforte. She's arrived from war-torn Boston with her 6-month old daughter, Charlotte, the product of her relationship with Charles, and it's been a year since his death. When her stage coach is attacked by highwaymen not far from the de Monteforte estate, as fate would have it, Gareth de Monteforte comes to the rescue of the travelers but is injured in the process. It's not long before they realize each other's identity.

Gareth is also called The Wild One for his cavorting ways. It's a well-deserved title and he and his group of friends are called the Den of Debauchery. I'm not normally a fan of these type characters but Gareth is hard to dislike. He has a big heart and kind soul, even if he is a screw up. Coming to Julie's rescue was a turning point for him after experiencing what it feels like to do something right. Even with his oldest brother, Lucien's manipulation, Gareth is determined to do the right thing by marrying Juliet and giving his niece a name and a father. While he has good intentions, he has no idea of how to carry this off.

Juliet also tries to put her love for Charles behind her and accept Gareth as her husband, as is. Gareth has lived his whole life being compared to Charles and it's hard for Juliet to not do so as well. The journey they take to create a bond is directly linked with his efforts to grow up, become a responsible man who can take care of his new family and find self-respect. When they reach that pivotal point, you've been to hell and back with them and it is so satisfying. I was so taken in by Gareth's charm and Juliet's grit and determination and loved the story, which is very well written, in keeping with the voice and style of the period (circa 1775-76). It isn't predictable in the least and there are highs and lows I never anticipated. I had a wonderful time with this book and didn't want to let go when I reached the last page.

I'm definitely continuing this series, which seems to be a diamond in the rough. Harmon is my new favorite author in this genre.

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  • Melisa Lester says:

    Juliet Paige is on her way to England to meet the family of her deceased fiance, Charles de Monteforte. She's arrived from war-torn Boston with her 6-month old daughter, Charlotte, the product of her relationship with Charles, and it's been a year since his death. When her stage coach is attacked by highwaymen not far from the de Monteforte estate, as fate would have it, Gareth de Monteforte comes to the rescue of the travelers but is injured in the process. It's not long before they realize each other's identity.

    Gareth is also called The Wild One for his cavorting ways. It's a well-deserved title and he and his group of friends are called the Den of Debauchery. I'm not normally a fan of these type characters but Gareth is hard to dislike. He has a big heart and kind soul, even if he is a screw up. Coming to Julie's rescue was a turning point for him after experiencing what it feels like to do something right. Even with his oldest brother, Lucien's manipulation, Gareth is determined to do the right thing by marrying Juliet and giving his niece a name and a father. While he has good intentions, he has no idea of how to carry this off.

    Juliet also tries to put her love for Charles behind her and accept Gareth as her husband, as is. Gareth has lived his whole life being compared to Charles and it's hard for Juliet to not do so as well. The journey they take to create a bond is directly linked with his efforts to grow up, become a responsible man who can take care of his new family and find self-respect. When they reach that pivotal point, you've been to hell and back with them and it is so satisfying. I was so taken in by Gareth's charm and Juliet's grit and determination and loved the story, which is very well written, in keeping with the voice and style of the period (circa 1775-76). It isn't predictable in the least and there are highs and lows I never anticipated. I had a wonderful time with this book and didn't want to let go when I reached the last page.

    I'm definitely continuing this series, which seems to be a diamond in the rough. Harmon is my new favorite author in this genre.

  • Juana Olson says:

    Loved it, loved it, LOVED IT!!!!!, May 7, 1998

  • Howard Hester says:

    8 of 9 people found the following review helpful

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  • Micheal Callahan says:

    54 of 59 people found the following review helpful

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  • Ian Strong says:

    Really great book that is part of a really great series! I was captivated from the start!!! There was not a dull moment in the book, I was entertained the whole time.

  • Aaron Davis says:

    This was a fantastic story with unusual, engaging charactors. Heartwarming and endearing, this is a book you will remember for a long time and want to re-read.

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    By A Customer

  • Jack Mcintyre says:

    A stunningly good read!, November 22, 1997

  • Marcie Hunt says:

    This book was a refreshing and welcome change from the romance novels that I've read lately. I couldn't put it down. The hero, Lord Gareth de Montforte, is everything that a hero should be and more: he's strong, he's sexy, he's charming, he's courageous, he loves kids, and he goes to heroic lengths to make a future for his wife and infant daughter, risking his life in the process and winning my heart as well! If you like fast-paced, sexy stories, unique characters, an unusual plot, and books set in England, you'll LOVE this book. I did!!!!

  • Shelly Mckee says:

    Rarely does one find a romance that shows such character growth. Not to mention plenty of drama and humor. A terrific book.

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  • Blanche Guzman says:

    Good book. Subject is interesting and different. Look forward to reading more of his books and finding out who the other brothers marry.

  • Dionne Gallegos says:

    Fast pace,action,romance,fun, mistery and over all a wonderfull story,well writhen and a must have for me...this is a new autor for my book collection.Looking foward for all her work.

  • Rene Dalton says:

    5.0 out of 5 stars

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