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text 2014-05-02 18:35
Best Contemporary Romance Series with Brothers
Giving Chase - Lauren Dane
Exclusively Yours (The Kowalskis) - Shannon Stacey
The Firefly Cafe - Lily Everett
Christmas Eve at Friday Harbor - Lisa Kleypas
Instant Attraction - Jill Shalvis
Waiting for Wednesday - Mari Carr
Sweet Nothings - Catherine Anderson
To the Edge - Cindy Gerard
The Corpsman and the Nerd (The Morrison Family - Book 2) - D.R. Grady
Summer Days - Susan Mallery

To finish off this week's salute to Best Romances Featuring Brothers, I shall end with Best Contemporary Romance Series with Brothers.

 

Here you go!

 

1. Chase Brothers by Lauren Dane

 

  Giving ChaseKyle

  Taking ChaseShane

  Chased-Marc

  Making ChaseMatt 

 

2. The Kowalski Family by Shannon Stacey

 

   Exclusively Yours- Joe

    Undeniably Yours- Kevin 

    Yours To Keep- Sean 

   

    All He Ever Needed- Mitch 

    All He Ever Desired- Ryan 

   All He Ever Dreamed- Josh 

 

3. Billionaire Brothers (The Harrington Brothers) by Lily Everett

 

    The Firefly Cafe- Dylan

    The Summer Cottage- Logan

     Island Road- Miles 

 

4. Friday Harbor (The Nolan Brothers) by Lisa Kleypas

 

    Christmas Eve at Friday Harbor- Mark 

    Rainshadow Road- Sam

    Dream Lake- Alex

 

5. Wilder Adventures (The Wilder Brothers) by Jill Shalvis

 

   Instant Attraction- Cameron 

    Instant Gratification- Stone 

    Instant Temptation - TJ 

 

6. Wild Irish (The Collins Brothers) by Mari Carr

 

   Waiting for Wednesday- Tristian 

    Sweet ThursdayJustin and Killian

    Friday I'm in Love- Ewan 

    Any Given Sunday- Sean 

 

7. Coulter Family by Catherine Anderson 

 

  Sweet Nothings- Jake 

  Blue Skies- Hank 

  Bright Eyes- Zeke

  My SunshineIsaiah 

  

8.  Bodyguards (The Garrett Brothers) by Cindy Gerard

 

     To the Edge- Nolan

     To the Brink- Ethan

  

9. The Morrison Family (Brothers and Cousins) by DR Grady 

 

   MATH NERDS AND MECHANICS - Josh (on website)

   The Corpsman and the Nerd- Max

   The Nerd and the SEAL- Ben

    Macy's Parade- Nick 

 

10. Fools Gold  (The Stryker Brothers) by Susan Mallery

 

      Summer Days- Rafe

      Summer Nights- Shane

      All Summer Long- Clay

 

 

Phew! That is a lot of brothers this week! I hope you have enjoyed them all!

 

To vote for the best of the best of Brothers of Contemporary Romance, go to, Best Contemporary Romance Series with Brothers.

 

To see all the recommendation in each subgerne, visit the Pinterest Board: Romances with Brothers. 

 

 

If you missed any of the Brothers in Romance list marathon, here you go!

 

Best Historical Romance Series Featuring Brothers

Best Paranormal Romance Series Featuring Brothers

Best Category Romance Series with Brothers 

 
 

   

  

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review 2014-04-27 22:12
When We Met (Fool's Gold #13) by Susan Mallery
When We Met - Susan Mallery
Okay this book was not all that I expected. I think Angel could be a little more romantic sometimes, but he decided to play a game with Taryn and win her over the brains. The guy couldn't even bother to call her, so for me that was a very bad move. Taryn liked him, because he was alpha male and a different type from all the other she could boss around. So a nice surprise.
 
Taryn liked him, for different reasons but we can see that she's just like every other woman and wants to hear pretty words from her man. So those three she works with decided to play save and be on her side during her break up. 
 
I liked seeing all those other faces and getting to know better those other guys that are definitely getting their happy ending pretty soon. Not so sure about the main couple, but they kinda fit together. Not sure this book was great like the rest of the series, but more like a regular romance. I expect more from Susan Mallery.
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review 2013-09-09 00:00
Christmas on 4th Street (Fools Gold #13.... Christmas on 4th Street (Fools Gold #13.5) - Susan Mallery A copy of this book was provided by the publisher for an honest review at Romancing Rakes for the Love of Romance.

I discovered the Fool’s Gold series by Susan Mallery about 6 months ago, and since then, I've managed to glom through nearly the entire series. Although I enjoyed the full length books more than the novellas, these stories are my comfort reads where I always know what to expect with a HEA that will make me sigh. “Christmas on 4th Street” is number 12.5 in the series, and another winner in the Fool’s Gold series.

Regular Fool’s Gold readers have already met Noelle Perkins in the previous three books, as each member of her close group of best girlfriends paired off with the man of her dreams. Now all three of those girlfriends are about to get married in a mostly secret triple wedding planned as part of the big Fool’s Gold holiday festivities. Noelle has agreed to be the sole bridesmaid for all three, but part of her still mourns the wedding she never got to have before coming to town. Gabriel Boylan is the fraternal twin brother of Gideon (fiance of Noelle’s best friend Felicia) and nearly as emotionally tortured as Gideon had been when he first arrived in Fool’s Gold. Both Boylan brothers had served overseas in the military, thanks to the implacable will of their unrelenting drill sergeant father, but it was Gabriel who had been forced into the decision more than his brother. Gabriel had spent his whole childhood having his masculinity challenged by his father, and was only able to please him by becoming a trauma surgeon who spent all his time stabilizing severely injured soldiers fresh off the battlefield. But years of trying to save lives under such extreme conditions have finally taken their toll on Gabriel, and he’s forced to take holiday leave back in the US after nearly ending his career with an unsafe move during his attempt to save yet another injured comrade.

It’s inevitable that Noelle and Gabriel will meet, since her best friend is about to marry his twin brother, and this is Fool’s Gold where everybody knows everything about everybody else, and Mayor Marsha knows even more. Both Noelle and Gabriel have faced mortality head on, but each learned something completely different from the other. Noelle now believes in living life to the fullest, because you never know how long it will last. Gabriel believes that there’s no point in love and joy because everything could end in a moment. The beauty of “Christmas on 4th Street” is in seeing how they resolve their differences on the way to their own happy ending.

If you have read more than one Fool’s Gold book, you know exactly what you’re going to get in “Christmas on 4th Street.” It’s all here: the meet cute, the hero thinking the heroine deserves better than him, the heroine willing to take what she can get in the hopes of changing his mind, the supportive girlfriends bringing dessert and alcohol when the hero screws up, and at least one scene where the all-knowing, all-seeing Mayor Marsha tells the hero about some great new development in town for which he is the perfect candidate in an attempt to keep him from leaving town. But this familiarity does not breed contempt; on the contrary, it’s the tried and true elements that make this latest entry in the Fool’s Gold series just as wonderful for me to read as the rest. Just because I know that the hero is going to do something completely stupid near the end (and that the heroine’s girlfriends will immediately know and arrive with a support party) doesn't mean that I won’t get all misty when he realizes his mistake and returns to grovel at the feet of the understanding heroine. Formula isn't a dirty word here, and Susan Mallery’s winning formula holds true yet again for “Christmas on 4th Street.”

Favorite Quote:

“You must be exhausted,” Noelle said. “Are you going to go home and get some sleep?”
“No, I want to stay awake and experiment with the deterioration of my cognitive functions due to sleep deprivation. It should be interesting.”
Noelle patted her back. “You really do need to take up a hobby.”

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review 2013-09-09 00:00
Christmas on 4th Street (Fools Gold #13.... Christmas on 4th Street (Fools Gold #13.5) - Susan Mallery A copy of this book was provided by the publisher for an honest review at Romancing Rakes for the Love of Romance.

I discovered the Fool’s Gold series by Susan Mallery about 6 months ago, and since then, I've managed to glom through nearly the entire series. Although I enjoyed the full length books more than the novellas, these stories are my comfort reads where I always know what to expect with a HEA that will make me sigh. “Christmas on 4th Street” is number 12.5 in the series, and another winner in the Fool’s Gold series.

Regular Fool’s Gold readers have already met Noelle Perkins in the previous three books, as each member of her close group of best girlfriends paired off with the man of her dreams. Now all three of those girlfriends are about to get married in a mostly secret triple wedding planned as part of the big Fool’s Gold holiday festivities. Noelle has agreed to be the sole bridesmaid for all three, but part of her still mourns the wedding she never got to have before coming to town. Gabriel Boylan is the fraternal twin brother of Gideon (fiance of Noelle’s best friend Felicia) and nearly as emotionally tortured as Gideon had been when he first arrived in Fool’s Gold. Both Boylan brothers had served overseas in the military, thanks to the implacable will of their unrelenting drill sergeant father, but it was Gabriel who had been forced into the decision more than his brother. Gabriel had spent his whole childhood having his masculinity challenged by his father, and was only able to please him by becoming a trauma surgeon who spent all his time stabilizing severely injured soldiers fresh off the battlefield. But years of trying to save lives under such extreme conditions have finally taken their toll on Gabriel, and he’s forced to take holiday leave back in the US after nearly ending his career with an unsafe move during his attempt to save yet another injured comrade.

It’s inevitable that Noelle and Gabriel will meet, since her best friend is about to marry his twin brother, and this is Fool’s Gold where everybody knows everything about everybody else, and Mayor Marsha knows even more. Both Noelle and Gabriel have faced mortality head on, but each learned something completely different from the other. Noelle now believes in living life to the fullest, because you never know how long it will last. Gabriel believes that there’s no point in love and joy because everything could end in a moment. The beauty of “Christmas on 4th Street” is in seeing how they resolve their differences on the way to their own happy ending.

If you have read more than one Fool’s Gold book, you know exactly what you’re going to get in “Christmas on 4th Street.” It’s all here: the meet cute, the hero thinking the heroine deserves better than him, the heroine willing to take what she can get in the hopes of changing his mind, the supportive girlfriends bringing dessert and alcohol when the hero screws up, and at least one scene where the all-knowing, all-seeing Mayor Marsha tells the hero about some great new development in town for which he is the perfect candidate in an attempt to keep him from leaving town. But this familiarity does not breed contempt; on the contrary, it’s the tried and true elements that make this latest entry in the Fool’s Gold series just as wonderful for me to read as the rest. Just because I know that the hero is going to do something completely stupid near the end (and that the heroine’s girlfriends will immediately know and arrive with a support party) doesn't mean that I won’t get all misty when he realizes his mistake and returns to grovel at the feet of the understanding heroine. Formula isn't a dirty word here, and Susan Mallery’s winning formula holds true yet again for “Christmas on 4th Street.”

Favorite Quote:

“You must be exhausted,” Noelle said. “Are you going to go home and get some sleep?”
“No, I want to stay awake and experiment with the deterioration of my cognitive functions due to sleep deprivation. It should be interesting.”
Noelle patted her back. “You really do need to take up a hobby.”

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review 2013-07-21 20:58
Sorcery Rising (Fools Gold 1) (Bk.1)
Sorcery Rising (Fool's Gold) - Jude Fisher I'm torn about this one, it's not bad it just screams first novel quite hard. It's not a bad first novel but it just tries too hard sometimes. The interwoven stories of the different characters was interesting and I did really like Katla Aransen and how she lived. How she reacted to her father's finding her a match and the repressive society of Istria. There are times when you want to shout about getting to the point but somehow it's slightly lacking.
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