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    Modern, funny, odd in a good way!

    Well-written, rounded characters. I love it when writers don't shy away from social issues - in this case the lack of diversity in Hollywood and American film in general. The heroine was absolutely hilarious, she reminded me of Amy Schumer. The hero started out a bit too push-and-pull, which was a little annoying in the beginning, but eventually found his stride, and combined with all this southern charm, oh la la! I definitely enjoyed this book more than the first one in the series and would recommend Ms. Reid's other series, Knitting in the City, to anyone who likes Grin and Beard It. And last, there were some typos in the book that would have bothered me a lot more if the writing wasn't top quality, but this is really me nit-picking :) A wonderful book.
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    Literally laugh out loud

    Awesome! Penny Reid never fails in making me laugh while reading one of her books
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    So good

    I'm so very addicted. Penny Reid has got me hooked on the Winston Brothers like it is nobody's business.
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    Southern style

    The book was funny and witty, I can't wait to read book 3. The 5 brothers all have a bond, different personalities and relationships
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    Review: Winston Brothers 2: Grin and Beard It

    Grin and Beard It by Penny Reid is the second book in her Winston Brothers series. Yet another completely wonderful insight into the lives of these hot as hell manly men in the mountains of Tennessee. Good Lord they are all swoon-worthy, Jethro's book is absolutely no disappointment, it exceeded expectations in fact. The beauty of this is it isn't JUST Jethro and Sienna's story, we get so much of the other brothers and peripheral characters, the scene setting is so rich and visual but NOT overdone. Between Cletus and his quirks, Billy and his grudge and Roscoe and his impish innocence... I mean, how do you pick a favorite? Well, you don't, at least, I don't, I claim them all. EVERY SINGLE ONE! The story flows smoothly, never rushed, never lagging, it's told more like you are there observing and are part of it all. I love Penny's writing style and this book was just as fabulous as all the others. Again, I claim no favorite, I claim all.
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