Standing His Ground: Greer
Book 2, Porter Brothers Trilogy
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The Porter brothers were raised to live and die by Three Rules.
One, a Porter always keeps what’s his.
Two, a Porter leaves no enemy standing.
Greer’s been searching for love in all the wrong places. He wants kids … and lots of them, so it’s time to get busy and find the lucky woman to share his bed and his life. Though there isn’t a lot to choose from in the small town of Treepoint, he has managed to narrow his choices down to three.
The strange thing is, the one he’s falling in love with remains a mystery, hiding her face and name in the messages she sends from behind her computer. The mysterious woman may dodge his questions about her identity, but it’s only a matter of time before she finds out that this Porter brother won’t back away from something he wants, and he wants her.
Come hell or high water, he will find the one who goes by KentuckyGirl and make her his, despite what anyone says, even her. And KentuckyGirl is going to find out the last Porter rule the hard way: A Porter always stands his ground and leads his prey into his waiting arms…
This work of fiction is intended for mature audiences only. All sexually active characters portrayed in this ebook are eighteen years of age or older. Please do not buy if strong sexual situations, multiple partners, violence, drugs, domestic discipline, and explicit language offends you.
This was a wonderful read. Greer is more complex than I thought he was. Holly grew a backbone and started to see her worth. Logan is so sweet and I enjoyed the dynamic of the family and the members of TLR that were seen. There is a part that did break my heart and I bawled like baby. So have tissues.
It was ok....
So I love Jamie Begley's book and I have allllll of them but this one and Hostage are my least favorites. It felt a bit disjointed and I could not get into caring about the H/h. Usually Ms Begley's books are a "read in one sitting" kind of books but I had to stop for a while and came back to finish it. Greer's "powers" in taking people to "heaven" was too much. Also I never warmed up to Holly.....she never seemed too sorry about all the mayhem she caused in the earlier book. She also seemed a bit presumptuous reg "her house, her kitchen, her chickens".....esp since she felt she was not part of the family. Also the ending action seemed unbelievable too.....it came out of left field. Overall though, it was a good light read.
I'll be honest, this was not on my list of highly anticipated book to read before it was released. Prior to this release I felt he was such an arrongant jerk. However, I was very surprised by how much I love Greer after his story. I am think he might just be the smartest and most caring Porter but hides it behind an arrogant facade. His purpose in live is love and protection of family. His loyality brought tears to my eyes.
I admire his comment to pursing what he wanted however, his actions was questionible. He was such a jerk that he left you emotionally overwhelm. I was towards the end I understood why he toke those steps was foe self-protection while sacrificing so much of his self...Aisha and the doctor, not to give too much away. I didn't not see a lot of the twists and turns, I find myself saying frequently "I didn't see that coming". Some surprising turns in this book were epic and heart breaking, in term of sacrifices that were made by Rachel and Cash.
After Reading Train and Killyama's book, I said there is no way Jamie Begley can write another story with so many highs and low by with a heartfelt ending. However, she's manage to draw you in from page one until the very end without being predictable. This was another enjoyible story about the Porters and connection to the Last Riders.