This is the fourth book in the Buckhorn Brothers series. I think this is by far the best book of the first four, have not read 'Casey' yet. The series is 'Sawyer', 'Morgan', 'Gabe', 'Jordan' & 'Casey'.
This book is the last in "The Buckhorn Brothers" series. It is about Jordan the second to youngest brother. He has a voice that women die to hear and a gentle touch with animals. Then he meets Georgia - single mom and exotic dancer (which he hates). During the course of the story Jordan tries to convince Georgia that he wants her, wants to help her, and will not hurt her or her kids. Once Georgia admits she wants him there is no holding back.
Fun, sexy, and quick. I can't wait for the "Casey" book to come out in September.
Jordan was determined that he and his associates would convince the owner of The Swine, a rundown bar just across the county line, to institute a drink limit. He didn't expect to be mesmerized, however, by the live entertainment. As Jordan watched the sexy Georgia Barnes dance for the low class men of the renovated barn, he found himself held spell bound by an attraction so intense, so powerful, that he started a fight just because another man touched her. Never mind that Georgia was quiet experienced at fending off unwanted attention.
Georgia has no need of the clean cut, obviously not fitting-in man, who rushes to her defense. As other men tossed back drink after drink and flung cash at her feet they could ill afford, this one was different. And she didn't need different. In fact, she didn't need, and definitely didn't want, a man in her life -- especially a man who sips soda and steps in where other men would walk away. Georgia has convinced herself that she cannnot afford the time nor the emotional energy it takes for a relationship. Further, she fiercely guards her independence while fulfilling her responsibilities to her two young children and ill mother. Besides, her ex-husband taught her everything she ever wanted to know about men, and she's not interested in any more painful lessons.
Lori Foster presents a refreshing clash of backgrounds in Jordan and Georgia. While Jordan comes from a well-respected family in their small town, Georgia is new, not social, and had her first child at sixteen. Jordan is a vet and Georgia is an exotic dancer. Yet the intense attraction pulls these unlikely people together in an exciting, entertaining clash certain to entertain romance lovers. Foster creates a passionate, tension filled plot that is uniquely inventive. Indeed, the balance of walking on the wild side while maintaining integrity is a difficult mixture and a huge success with JORDAN. I highly recommend JORDAN.