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    Reed Brothers 6

    *sigh* The beauty that is the Reed Brothers. This is Sam and Peck's story. It's about dreams coming true, and the good change. Once again we get to see the continuation of the other Reed men, as well as the Zero girls. With more characters being introduced, I can't wait for the next one.
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    Best reads (Reeds)

    Laughed, cried, heart swelled. What more can I say other than do your self a favor and read about all the Reeds
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    Felt like I was missing something...

    3.5 stars — OK, I’m going to start by saying that when I started this book I was super confused and lost. I honestly thought perhaps I had missed a previous book with our two MCs (Sam and Peck), because it felt like I was expected to know stuff about their relationship up to this point. Looking through, best I can tell, I think I needed to read the novella Beautiful Bride first to get the full story. I really wish that authors would note those things, or at least note when books can’t be read as a standalone. So I recommend that you either don’t jump in in the middle at all and start at the beginning of the series (which is what I would have done if I hadn’t been trying to get a Z book for my Alphabet Challenge), or at *least* check out that novella first. I still need to read it, I pushed through instead of stopping. So the book didn’t start off on a great foot for me, b/c it truly was like jumping in the middle. But once I settled in with Sam and Peck, I started to get a feel for their connection. I definitely enjoyed large parts of this story, but there were other parts that left me with reservations. I wasn’t always a big fan of the way Sam pushed Peck, especially on the intimacy front. It made me uncomfortable, because he kind of railroaded her. Now, of course, she didn’t have regrets…and he had genuine great feelings for her…but still. Otherwise I thought their chemistry was actually pretty good — great balance of sweet and steamy. Peck was an interesting heroine, because she’s steeped in this self-doubt and insecurity that stems a lot from her speech impediment, but also seems to extend to her opinions on her body. I kind of wish that part was less there, because I felt like it wasn’t necessary. Her past and her struggles with that, as well as her stutter, were enough for her to deal with. But if they were going to be a big part of her, I kind of wanted her to grow in that way…I wanted her to learn to accept herself. But apparently I can’t have everything I want. Sam was kind of a fun hero, because he was just very light and positive and he shirked male stereotypes, which I appreciated. I loved his passion for cooking, I loved his love for his brothers, and I felt for him struggling to figure out his life. I also appreciated how he was drawn to Peck exactly as she was, and tried his hardest to show that to her. I was NOT a fan of his dumb moment at the end (it felt cliche), and I was not a fan of her making the big gesture, when I kind of felt like it should have been him. I mean yeah, he did eventually apologize, but I wanted more. I really loved the scenes with the Reed family and with the Zeroes. Lots of great secondary characters, and I can tell that if I’d read in order, I would have gotten a LOT more out of this one. So a lot of my rating comes from having jumped in to the middle of this book, because their was so much where I felt like I was missing something (even just missing pieces about Peck and her sisters). I eventually settled out, but I know I would have enjoyed the story more if I’d read in order. So that’s a warning for you.
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    Brilliant

    The Reed Brothers are the best books I've read 😊. You simply can't put them down, from the first page with Logan to the last with Sam. The characters are strong, honest, and family oriented, and that's just the men. The women will blow your mind with their determination,strength and never say die attitude. You can read these books on their own but I would highly recommend reading them in order so you can get a feel of the characters plus the introduction of other interesting characters.
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    I adore Sam

    I loved this book. Each book keeps getting better and better. Peck and Sam had an amazing story and I can't wait to hear more about them in future books.
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