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  • It's Darby y'all

    I think Darby Valentine is one of my favorite cowboys ever! He used to be proverbial bad boy of Kilgore... and when I say bad, I mean baaaaaad! He was so bad that his brothers, the men who loved him most, didn't expect him to be any better. Even when he had obviously changed, settling into being a man and leaving the bad behavior and actions behind, they were still waiting for the other shoe to drop. At first, their skepticism was something Darby could understand. He was that bad. However, when he went to school and graduated at the top of his class, proving he was much more than he was, he expected something to change. Maybe to receive the respect he never earned before? When he feels shortchanged because he wants more out of his life, he realizes that he needs to leave the family homestead. I remembered Waylynn from a previous book in the series and I honestly thought, from my first impression of her, that this would be an enemies-to-lovers romance. But aside from a brief, slightly hostile beginning, she and Darby meshed like peanut butter and jelly. Their relationship was just so effortless. She came from an unorthodox upbringing and her father really deserved a box to his ears, but Way grew up to be brilliantly beautiful. I loved how sweet these two were together and their seamless chemistry easily made this a story to fall in love with. I keep saying... LLV stories are always winners!

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  • Entertaining

    4 Star Review Get Bucked (The Valentine Brothers #4) by Lani Lynn Vale   We all make mistakes and sometimes those mistakes follow you throughout life, no matter how hard you try to overcome them. That is the position that Darby Valentine finds himself in. No matter how hard he tries to prove he has changed, the people of his hometown refuse to see him other than the bad guy who made stupid and costly mistakes. Waylynn Jennings knows that Darby has changed and is determined to make the townsfolk see how far he has come, no matter the cost. Waylynn and Darby have a complicated history in this enemies to lovers story. Both have family issues and if they can only break down one another’s barriers, these two may have a chance to forge a path together. Despite their differences, both know that the other is always there for them and I loved this part of their relationship. The writing was strong, even though this is not my favourite book from this series and it was great to see what other members of the family are up too.

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  • Sad it’s over but a great way to finish a series

    Book 4 in Valentine Boys series by Lani Lynn Vale Darby is the youngest Valentine boy and has been the most troublesome. Darby finished university and worked on Valentine farm but also work rodeo circuit as a bullfighter that protects the riders. Darby juggles a lot in a day but once he qualifies he wants to be more independence and to live his life more. Unfortunately the older Valentines don’t support him very well. Waylynn is a daughter of a bullfighter and hasn’t had greatest childhood. She was abused but being ignored can be just as bad. Somehow the fit perfectly together and I love that Waylynn protects the big sexy cowboy even though he doesn’t think he needs it. Absolutely love this story it’s hilarious quite a few times I laugh out load especially with the lines like “a peacock is a chicken in drag”. Gutted this series is over but definitely checking out more books by this writer.

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