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    2 sweet and sexy novellas!

    I loved all the original Buckhorn novels (Gabe is still my favourite) and visiting the town and seeing how things have changed and yet stayed fundamentally the same is always a delight. In A Buckhorn Summer, we get to see Lisa, Jordan's adopted daughter, meet up with a man she never expects to see again - her one night stand from the city who just happens to be the new owner of the marina store in town. She's home to recoup from an exhausting work environment (the one that resulted in her letting loose with Gray in the first place), and unsure of her future. But in the meantime, she's quite happy to take a job at the store, especially if it means really getting to know her one-time lover. This novella was pretty much what I expected it to be - a small town romance in signature Lori Foster style, with a sexy romance between two very likeable characters . Gray comes across as a kind, competent, hardworking man. He's an ex-cop, with a bit of tragedy in his past, and the laid back atmosphere of Buckhorn is exactly what he needs. Lisa has the reputation of being a driven woman, a bit of an enigma to her family for her desire to be so work driven that it took her away to the city. But they are delighted to have her back - and so is Gray, who had been kicking himself mentally for never finding out the name and contact details of the woman who had taken his breath away. It's fate that lands them back together, and fate that will seal the deal as they reconnect. There is a bit of a mystery plot to add the need for Lisa's family to show up en masse and meddle. I really enjoyed seeing all of them too, the camaraderie of the family just as much fun now as it was in the original stories. 4 stars for this delightful , sexy reunion. The ebook version of this title also included a previously released novella, Back to Buckhorn, which as the title implies, is another story of a wayward ex-Buckhorn resident who makes her way home. In this case, it is Zoey, a woman who had the misfortune of being involved with a young man who died in a tragic car accident, and who was blamed by that man's family for his death. She left town when the scandal threatened to overwhelm her, but it's been seven years, and she's coming back to help her ailing mother, hoping that what happened in the past will stay in the past. It's just her luck that Garrett is at the airport to pick her up - her one time crush, seeing her now after a harrowing flight involving a very sick toddler who cast up his accounts, all over her! Just the kind of impression she'd hoped would never happen, and certainly not in front of Garrett! But Garrett has always had a thing for Zoey and she cleans up good, as evidenced by his immediate impression (post shower) that she's just the woman for him. This story combines dealing with the past tragedy that exiled Zoey in the first place with the sweet and sexy romance between Garrett and Zoey. I loved seeing all the original Buckhorn story characters (Morgan is Garrett's father so we get some fun scenes with him) and it's made me want to go back and reread all those first stories that drew me to Lori Foster's writing. 4 sweet and sexy stars.
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    Yup, I'm moving to Buckhorn!

    Hot damn! I want to move to Buckhorn. This town has it all: welcoming residents, a sense of community, summer fun on the lake, and an abundance of hot men. Foster has created the perfect backdrop for this story in this novella. She develops the marina in such a manner that readers can easily picture the dockside fun while at the same time really get into the story itself. Foster had me giggling from the beginning with this one. The premise itself was captivating, but the manner in which Foster told the story made it impossible to put down. I loved getting to know the characters in this novella. Foster develops her main couple well, both individually and as a couple. I loved the dynamic between the two. Gray’s easygoing personality mixes well with Lisa’s intense focus. Amber’s matchmaking was priceless! Her intervention was beyond comical yet really let you get to know her, and the main characters, in an interesting light. Once again Foster has created a fantastic novella that allows readers to visit Buckhorn while experiencing the romance of a lifetime. I love how you can get into the story as part of the series, or just as easily read it on its own for a bit of fun. It’s a must read for fans of contemporary romance. Please note that I received a complimentary copy of this work in exchange for an honest review.
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    Buckhorn summer

    A good book following the buckhorn brother's offspring. Just when I thought this series would end, lori foster pops in another.
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