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    steamy and sexy

    Let me start by saying this is definitely a sizzling read. Iain knows his way around a woman’s body and Austin makes sure you know it too so you need to be OK with that bedroom door being wide open, showcasing his every dominant moment. It’s hot and sexy but won’t be for everyone. Outside of the bedroom, the story showcases the growth of Iain and Brynn – both individually and as a couple. Iain is ruthless and doesn’t really spend a lot of time thinking of others, having no issue using people to get what he needs. And that includes Brynn. But it doesn’t take long for her to get under his skin, making him change how he treats people. As for Brynn, she has issues saying no and domineering, arrogant Iain threatens her safe, comfortable world. But the more time she spends with him, the more of his take charge attitude rubs off on her and she starts to stand up for herself. I really like how these two help each other, changing and working their way closer to something in the middle for both of them. Of course the biggest issue is the fact that Iain started their relationship to get to her brother-in-law and it wouldn’t be a romance if that didn’t get out at the wrong time, causing trouble. I don’t usually like romances that are based on lies but Austin does a good job of having all of it – the way it happens and the aftermath – fit with their personalities. It’s not pretty but it definitely works and I appreciate that while Iain put everything in motion he decided pretty early on to not go through with it but he didn’t know how to fix it. And once it all goes upside down, I have to appreciate his attempt to set it to rights and win Brynn back. It’s not for everyone – some aren’t going to like the way that Iain uses her (it is kinda old school romance, but that doesn’t stop it from being enjoyable) and others aren’t going to like the steamy sex scenes - but if you give it a go you are going to get a hot, enjoyable read with growth, heartache, and a fun HEA ending. (This is the 3rd book in this series and while there were little things that I didn’t totally understand about Brynn’s siblings it didn’t impact anything – this one can definitely stand on its own) Complimentary copy provided in exchange for an honest review
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    I wanted more

    Read from March 20 to 21, 2016 3.5 Stars Iain Chapman is a fighter. Born into very poor circumstances, he scrapped his way to fortune and has his eye on more. To get to the next level, he needs an opportunity to convince one of the most successful businessmen in Vegas to invest in his venture and he'll go as far as seducing a family member to get an introduction. I had my eye on this book from the first time I read the blurb and I was looking forward to a very enjoyable experience reading it. Well, it wasn't exactly what I expected but I learned one thing: I have a terminal aversion to passive, weak characters who let people walk all over them and Brynn Campbell is by far the worst of them. My issue isn't that she actually had a mild personality, it's that she never stood up for herself and even in her internal monologues, she talked down to herself. Iain on the other hand, is the alpha male you always look forward to reading about. Barely contained, quite crude in spite of the high end suits and very ruthless in business. In the bedroom, he's very untamed and absolutely dominant. With a woman who is strong enough to go toe to toe with him, it would have been a combustible combination. Sadly, Brynn was not that woman. In fact their every encounter made me think of a big cat playing with prey before going in for the kill and way he steamrolled over her all the time was so annoying, I found myself throwing my tablet to the side a few times. The only place Iain and Brynn were a perfect match was sexually because it was where they completely let go with each other. Surprisingly, in spite of my dislike of the characters, the story was actually enjoyable and Ms. Austin's writing was really good. The changes in Iain were obvious because he went from uncaring and brusque with his employees to a more likable and friendly version of himself. Even personally, it was obvious that he had mellowed quite a bit so maybe Brynn wasn't so bad after all. And she finally grew a spine, very late in the game. If you are not a fan of wimpy females, I'll suggest you pass on this. If you prefer you alpha males to be civilized, cultured and polished, then you may not enjoy this book. And if you don't enjoy explicit sex scenes, then this is not the book for you. If however any of the above flips your buttons, then this is the book for you. Disclaimer: I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
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    My favorite book in the series so far

    I had such a fantastic time with this book. Book one, His Every Need, was good and book two, His Kind of Trouble was better. But this one had me by turns giggling and swooning. I don't tend to read much in the whole "Billionaire Romance" genre. They just don't do it for me, but this series has been an exception, especially this book. This is the youngest Campbell sister's story. Brynn has always been the shy type, playing peace maker between her two strong willed older sisters. Not much has changed, even though she's all grown up. She is still playing the peacemaker and hiding in the shadows of life. That is until Iain Chapman shows up and yanks her into the light. She kicks and fusses a bit, but with Iain's influence, Brynn eventually finds her spine and her voice. Iain, oh Iain. I couldn't help but adore Iain. He's brash, bold and speaks his mind. He doesn't pull any punches and simply delighted me. His speech patterns and accent had me longing to hear this in audio format. Brynn describes the scent of his aftershave as including bergamot. Recalling my last cup of Earl Gray, totally helped to bring Iain to life in my head. And he was glorious. Let's just say that I would totally fight Brynn for him. ;) I haven't been able to find out if there will be more to come in the Beauty and the Brit series, now that the Campbell sisters are all Britted up. But if there is another book, count me in. This was my favorite book in the series so far, earning 5 stars. Thanks to Netgalley and Sourcebooks Casablanca for the opportunity to read and review the book.
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    ...a modern twist on a familiar story.

    Iain could be brutal. He was manipulative and ruthless. Once he set his mind to it he was going to conquer whatever was in his way. No boundaries. Brynn is easily lead. She just cannot say no, regardless of how much she wants to. Ms. Austin knew what she was about. Iain was hard to like but impossible to forget. Brynn was more of a sweetie. That quality made her hard to resist and more of a sympathetic and a character that was easy to relate to. His to Keep by Terri L. Austin is a modern twist on a familiar story. The theme is commonplace but voiced in a way that is expressive and fresh. Received an ARC via NetGalley and Sourcebooks in exchange for an honest review.
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