Book Reviews of Bright Eyes (Kendrick/Coulter, No 5)

Bright Eyes (Kendrick/Coulter, No 5)
Bright Eyes - Kendrick/Coulter, No 5
Author: Catherine Anderson
ISBN-13: 9780739442753
ISBN-10: 0739442759
Publication Date: 2004
Pages: 419
Rating:
  • Currently 4.5/5 Stars.
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4.5 stars, based on 19 ratings
Publisher: Signet
Book Type: Hardcover
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Helpful Score: 4
A great story about love with a little bit of suspense thrown in.
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Helpful Score: 4
Zeke Coulter finally meets the love of his life and her two children. This another of the Coulter family series!
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Helpful Score: 3
This series on this family is great. The best one though is Blue Skies.
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Helpful Score: 3
This book is part of a series. They were all very good.
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Helpful Score: 3
Another great Catherine Anderson read!
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Helpful Score: 3
The story of Rancher Zeke Coulter and sexy divorcee Natalie Patterson
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Helpful Score: 3
Awesome series.
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Helpful Score: 3
Again a hit from Catherine Anderson. She takes vivacious characters and you just love them. Zeke comes home to find a 12 yr old vandalizing his home. BUt when he demands the boy repair the damages he finds himself falling in love with the boy as well as the boys mom and sister. When the Mom, Natalie, finds herself in a suspicious position after her husband is murdered they hold together to keep her out of prison.
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Helpful Score: 2
This book was excellent a bit too much lovemaking for myself, but I just skipped over it and thoroughly enjoyed the rest.
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Helpful Score: 2
I really enjoyed this book. As soon as I read the first couple of pages, I was just reeled in with the storyline. A nice pleasant story with wonderful characters that you just love.
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Helpful Score: 2
It was a wonderful book. I love the country and it is about a cowboy who owns a ranch and he is brought into the deliema by seeing the woman of his dreams.
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Helpful Score: 2
Zeke Coulter, sworn to be a bachelor forever, meets divorced Natalie Patterson, mother of two. Zeke is soon in over his head...
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Helpful Score: 2
This romance has a little twist of mystery to keep it interesting.
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Helpful Score: 2
GREAT BOOK
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A love story. Natalie Patterson moves into the country next door to Zeke Coulter. Natalie's son Chad obviously needs discipline after wrecking Zeke's carefully tended garden. Zeke angrily takes on the job, all the while unsuccessfully trying to dismiss Natalie's presence.
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Helpful Score: 2
In Anderson's latest Coulter Family Story, serious minded Zeke Coulter's life begins to sizzle when he finally meets his match.
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Helpful Score: 2
#5 in the series
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Helpful Score: 2
I enjoyed this book a lot...it was my first Catherine Anderson, and I'll definitely be getting my hands on some of her other books. I like the emphasis on family as well as romance, and the suspenseful elements of the book were good as well. Zeke, the hero, is rugged and old fashioned in the notion that he needs to take care of the heroine...just the way I like 'em!
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Helpful Score: 2
I really liked this book. It had romance, comedy, and mystery. It had me hooked till the very end. It is a good "beach" reading book.
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This whole series is great reading. It is so much fun to read about what happens to the whole family!
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Helpful Score: 2
A real easy read, no thinking involved. Nice to read when life is hetic or if you need to keep one eye on your kids.
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Helpful Score: 2
Very powerful story for love, doesn't fail to touch your heart.
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Helpful Score: 2
Very enjoyable with lifes up and downs.
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Helpful Score: 2
The Coulter Family is great
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Helpful Score: 2
A sweet story of man not interested in marriage until he meetsNatalie who has two kids, a mixed up family and an ex-husband who has shady dealings. Natalie's son vandalizes Zeke's property and is unable to pay for the damages. Zeke offers to let him work off the debt.
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Helpful Score: 2
Another awesome Coulter family series book.
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Helpful Score: 1
In this one you have Zeke Coulter, who owns and runs a ranch supply store. He also recently bought a ranch bordering another ranch. When he comes home one day, he finds that his home has been vandalized by a 12 year old. He chases the boy to the neighboring ranch where he meets the kids mother, Natalie. Natalie is a divorced mother of two who is living with her odd family because her rich, creep of an ex-husband has not paid child support. Since she can't pay Zeke for the damages, she agrees to let her son work at Zeke's house to repay him. In the process, Zeke gets to know Natalie and her children, and despite the fact that he has never had any desire to get married and have kids, he finds himself falling in love with all of them. Things get complicated when Natalie's ex-husband is murdered and she is the main suspect.
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Helpful Score: 1
Another great Catherine Anderson book
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Helpful Score: 1
Nice love story with a mystery to boot!
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Helpful Score: 1
Former rodeo star Zeke Coulter falls head-over-spurs in love with a talented single mom in Anderson's latest Coulter Family romance (following Blue Skies). The story starts out when Zeke discovers that his house has been vandalized. He chases Chad, the 11-year-old culprit, to a farmhouse where he spies the comely backside of his new neighbor, Natalie Patterson. Natalie, however, is Chad's mother, and the two get off on the wrong foot when Zeke insists that Chad work off the damage over the summer. An impoverished singer and songwriter, Natalie has more on her plate than just a difficult preteen; she also has a four-year-old daughter and a supper club that's on the verge of bankruptcy. Nevertheless, she and her kids pitch in to help Zeke repair his damaged house. Inevitably, love blossoms between the two, but their happily-ever-after seems less than assured when Natalie is accused of murdering her philandering ex-husband, a villain pulled straight from central casting. The bedroom scenes between the two strong-willed, slightly mistrusting protagonists are sweetly titillating, and Anderson's portrayal of Natalie's uncannily smart daughter is winning. Though conventional in plot and sketchy in setting, this is still a rewarding read.
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Helpful Score: 1
Zebe Coulter has no intentions of getting married until he buys a ranch next to Natalie Patterson,a sexty devorcee with two kids, a zany extended family, and philandering ex-husband involved in shady business dealings. This story keeps your interest with it's twist and turns.
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Helpful Score: 1
Another good Catherine Anderson book.
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I liked this. Learning about Zeke had its rewards and helps to frame understanding of the family overall. While it is not among the best of Anderson's novel's, it is an enjoyable read.
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zeke coulter has no intentions of getting married until he buys a house next door to natalie patterson, a sexy divorcee with two kids. this is pure entertainment ,where the guy saves the day. not my kind of book, no blood no guts and no murder, but it was a good story and all sweetness and lite,
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I loved this book so much that after reading the library copy, i bought my own..... twice. less tragic that normal for Catherine Anderson, though no less poignant
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Helpful Score: 1
Good read - I like this series
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Part of a great series!
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FANTASTIC BOOK. GREAT WRITING BY CATHERINE ANDERSON, AS ALWAYS.
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Zeke has no intentions of getting married.Then he buys a ranch next door to Natalie and her two kids. Her 12 year old son vandalizes Zeke's propertyand he has to work off the damages
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book 5 in the coulter series
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The thing you're looking for is probably right under your nose! Great Read and absolutely enjoyable.
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good reading
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Nobody writes beta heroes better than Catherine Anderson. Great story.
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she didn't believe in love - until the right man came along...
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Great Read.
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LOVED IT!!!!!!
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It was good, but not a favorite. 3 stars.
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Zeke Coulter has no intention of getting married until he buys a ranch next door to Natalie Patterson, a sexy divorcee with 2 kids, a zany extended family and a philandering ex involved in shady business dealings.
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Zeke Coulter has no intention of getting married--until he buys a ranch next door to Natalie Patterson, a sexy divorcee with two kids, a zny extended family, and a philandering ex-husband involved in shady business dealings. When Natalie's twelve-year old son vandalizes Zeke's property and she is unable to pay for the damages, Zeke offers to let the boy work off the debt.
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Good read.\
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The novels of Catherine Anderson have been praised as "richly emotional and deeply satisfying" (booklist). Now, in Anderson's lates Coulter family story, serious-minded Zeke Coulter's life begins to sizzle when he finally meets his match......

Another Coulter family book. "Her love stories are tender and earthy, passionate and poignant--and always unusual." Elizabeth Lowell
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Anothe book in the Coulter series.This one about Zeke Coulter and Natalie Patterson.
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Zeke Coulter has no intention of getting married - until he buys a ranch next door to Natalie Patterson, a sexy divorcee with two kids, a zany extended family, and a philandering ex-husband involved in shady business dealings.
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Zeke Coulter has no intention of getting married, until he buys a ranch next door to Natalie Patterson, a sexy divorcee with two kids, a zany extended family, and a philandering ex-husband. Just as their attraction begins to blossom, a twist of fate gravely threatens their life together.
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"Anderson's powerful stories of love lost and found never fail to touch the heart."--Jayne Ann Krentz
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Zeke Coulter has no intention of getting married-untill he buys a ranch next door to Natalie Patterson,a sexy divorcee with two kids,a zany extended family ,and a philandering ex-husband involved in shady business dealing. When Natalie's twelve-year- old son vandalizes Zeke offers to let the boy work off the debt.As Zeke struggles to instill a sense of responsibility and self-worth in the troubled youngster,he finds his life being turned upside down by Natalie,whose sultry singing voice and striking eyes disguise her underlying lack of belief in herself or in her dream of becoming a professional singer. With rugged determination,Zeke undertakes to bolster her confidence,revive her ability to trust men...
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Zeke Coulter has no intention of getting married---until he buys a ranch next door to Natalie Patterson, a sexy divorcee with two kids, a zany extended family, and a philandering ex-husband involved in shady business dealings. When Natalie's twelve year old son vandalizes Zeke's property and she is unable to pay for the damages, Zeke offers to let the boy work off his debt.

As Zeke struggles to instill a sense of responsibility and self-worth in the troubled youngster, he finds his life being turned upside down by Natalie, whose sultry singing voice and striking eyes disguise her underlying lack of belief in herself or in her dream of becoming a professional singer. With rugged determination, Zeke undertakes to bolster her confidence, revive her ability to trust men...and throughly seduce her. But just as their attraction begins to blossom, a twist of fate gravely threatens their life together...
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Zeke Coulter has no intention of getting marrieduntil he buys a ranch next door to Natalie Patterson, a sexy divorcée with two kids, a zany family, and a philandering ex-husband involved in shady business dealings. When Natalie's twelve-year-old son vandalizes Zeke's property and she is unable to pay for the damages, Zeke offers to let the boy work off the debt.

As Zeke struggles to instill a sense of responsibility and self-worth in the troubled youngster, he finds his life being turned upside down by Natalie, whose sultry singing voice and striking eyes disguise her underlying lack of belief in herself or in her dream of becoming a professional singer. With rugged determination, Zeke undertakes to bolster her confidence, revive her ability to trust men...and thoroughly seduce her. But just as their attraction begins to blossom, a twist of fate gravely threatens their life together ..."
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Zeke Coulter has no intention of getting married--until he buys a ranch next door to Natalie Patterson, a sexy divorce' with two kids, a zany extended family, and a philandering ex-husband involved in shade business dealings. When Natalie's twelve-year old son vandalizes Zeke's property and she is unable to pay for the damages, Zeke offers to let the boy work off the debt.

As Zeke struggles to instill a sense of responsibility and self-worth in the troubled youngster, he finds his life being turned upside down by Natalie, whose sultry singing voice and striking eyes disguise her underlying lack of belief in herself or in her dream of becoming a professional singer. With rugged determination, Zeke undertakes to bolster her confidence, revives her ability to trust men...and thoroughly seduce her. But just as their attraction begins to blossom, a twist of fate gravely threatens their life together...