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The other two books have been building up to this one. Paige and Austin have been mentioned repeatedly and it is obvious that they have some kind of history together. I liked the previous two books, but I've really been looking forward to this one. I was concerned that I might be disappointed, but gratefully, I was not. Of the three brothers, I loved Austin the most. Plus, Paige was the smartest of the three. Maybe it is because I am a youngest child like both of them, but both of their characters were more easily liked than any of the others.
The story moved along at a good pace and I hated to put the book down when it was time for bed. The romance was a good build up and the story seemed plausible. I liked that the rustling storyline continued in this book, but it wasn't left hanging in the other books, so even had I not read this book, I would not have felt like I missed something.
This was a good ending for the three brothers, but I would love to read more about Blue River. There is so much more to the town and it would be nice to get to know more of the residents--especially Chief Brent Brogan (aka Denzel).
I recommend reading the first two books about Tate and Garrett before reading this one because it will enhance the story. I think the reader would still get into the story, but too many things are carried over from the previous two books.
*I received this book from netgalley.com to review*
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And last but not least, it's the youngest brother's story. Austin has started getting severe back problems because of his hell-raising and bronco-busting cowboy ways. The doctor gives him a stern warning to just back off for a few months, or he'll live to regret it. So, Austin decides to come back to the Silver Spur ranch and his brothers, Garrett and Tate.
While the older brothers are dealing with the cattle rustlers, their fiancees are busy making plans for the double-wedding of the century in Blue River. Two of the McKettrick men are marrying two of the Remington girls, Julie and Libby. Questions are raised as to whether Austin and his former sweetheart, Paige, will be joining them...They were lovers during their high school years; however, the commitment had scared off Austin all those years ago. And it's clear that Paige hasn't forgiven him 10 years later.
A good book and finale to the trilogy.