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Lyon's Gate (Sherbrooke Brides, Bk 9)
Lyon's Gate - Sherbrooke Brides, Bk 9
Author: Catherine Coulter
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ISBN-13: 9780515138979
ISBN-10: 0515138975
Publication Date: 7/26/2005
Pages: 434
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 198 ratings
Publisher: Jove Books
Book Type: Paperback
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Part of the Sherbrooke series. Doesn't live up to the first three.
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Jason want to breed and race horses, primarily his very own horse, Dodger, who's faster than a Baltimore pick pocket. When his twin takes Jason to a racing stud farm near his home, Jason is absolutely certain that this is the property he needs to procure. Unfortunately, Hallie Carrick wants the farm as well, and she is prepared to fight him down and dirty for it.

The scene is Lyon's Gate, 1835, in England. Prepared to be enthralled with this story.
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Another great book in the Sherbrooke series.
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Catherine Coulter brings readers the eighth book in the bestselling Sherbrooke Bride historical romance series. In the New York Times bestseller Sherbrooke Twins, Catherine Coulter introduced us to twins James and Jason Sherbrooke, two of the handsomest, most charming young men ever to grace the Sherbrooke family. James, the elder twin, is devoted to his family's land, and is now settled and married to the girl next door. Jason, however, can't forgive himself for his role in the events of five years ago, when his own willful blindness endangered the lives of his father and twin. He fled England, unable to face his family's love and acceptance, and has spent five long years in exile, trying to learn how to live again. Now Jason has returned, and his family will do anything to keep him in England. When he shows interest in purchasing Lyon's Gate, a stud farm near Northcliffe, they are overjoyed-but there is a complication, in the lovely form of Miss Hallie Carrick, an impetuous, outspoken young lady who may have just what it takes to fire the spark of life in Jason again.
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Catherine Coulter brings readers the eighth book in the bestselling Sherbrooke Bride historical romance series. In the New York Times bestseller Sherbrooke Twins, Catherine Coulter introduced us to twins James and Jason Sherbrooke, two of the handsomest, most charming young men ever to grace the Sherbrooke family. James, the elder twin, is devoted to his family's land, and is now settled and married to the girl next door. Jason, however, can't forgive himself for his role in the events of five years ago, when his own willful blindness endangered the lives of his father and twin. He fled England, unable to face his family's love and acceptance, and has spent five long years in exile, trying to learn how to live again. Now Jason has returned, and his family will do anything to keep him in England. When he shows interest in purchasing Lyon's Gate, a stud farm near Northcliffe, they are overjoyed-but there is a complication, in the lovely form of Miss Hallie Carrick, an impetuous, outspoken young lady who may have just what it takes to fire the spark of life in Jason again.
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UH! This was the pits! Catherine Coulter should be ashamed she published something this attrocious! Stupid plotline, stupid heroine, (what a ditz!) And the hero can only think about his screw up from 5 years ago, get over it!
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Jason Sherbrooke wants to breed and train horses, primarilly his own thoroughbred, Dodger, who is faster than a Baltimore pick-pocket. When he sees Lyon's Gate, a renouned racing, stud farm, Jason decides he wants it more than anything.
So, however, does Hallie Carrick, who wants Lyon's Gate just as badly as Jason and is willing to do anything to get it.
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Oooohhh...Jason Sherbrooke! Enough said. LOL
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Five years after Jason Sherbrooke leaves England for Balitmore, and the Wyndhams, one of the premiere racingfamilies in the area, he wakes up early one morning with Horaces ugly pug face staring hi down, and know it's time for him to return home.
He sees Lyons Gate, a oncerenowned racing stud farm, and knows this is what he wants. Unfortunately, Hallie Carrick wants it as badly as Jason.....Now life and fate take a hand....
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Continuing story of the Sherbrooke twins.
More of the same, perhaps less sex than usual, but it is always nice to keep up with the family.
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Five years after Jason Sherbrooke leaves England for Baltimore and the Wyndhams, one of the premiere racing families in the area, he wakes up early one morning with Horace's ugly pug face staring him down, and knows it's time for him to go home.
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Very good read.
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I love her books. Excellent book in an excellent series
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Entertaining.
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2nd in series This is Jason's story
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This book is specially designed for comfortable reading (This is stated on the front cover of this book). I really liked it.
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Just a little silly but I still enjoyed it.
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Not as good as Sherbrooke Twins.
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the continuing story of the Sherbrooke twins; this is Jason's return to England.
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Note from author:
"Come to Lyon's Gate in 1835 England, visit with the Sherbrookes, and see Jason come back to the fullness and joy of life.

Prepare to laugh yourself silly."
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Lots of wisdom if not much action in this Sherbrooke family tale.
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Book was good- but to me it didn't have a punch.
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It didn't add up to my expectations. Too much going on a and a lot of connections with previous books by Coulter.

I did like to know more about Alex and Douglas, my favorite couple from the whole series.

I guess I was hoping for a more deep story. It was funny at times but too many things going on and most of the characthers just plain silly.
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Lots of fun!
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I was not all that impressed by this latest one. It almost seemed like she was bored when she wrote it. Like she was just writing the story to get it over with. The writing is superb as usual, however there is none of the dark suspense or heavy romance. However, I did find myself having to read all of it to find out what happens...then I was like," uh...okay."
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This was a good continuation of the Sherbrooke legacy. I loved having the twins' story concluded in such a with lots of love and lots of humor.
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As always, Coulter's stories are humorous and touching. This one, "Lyon's Gate," is no exception. I enjoyed it greatly.
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It's part of the Sherbrook family series. Good read.
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Long awaited sequel to The Sherbrooke Twins. Jason's story is everything that you would expect from Catherine Coulter.
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9th in the Sherbrooke Series
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The continuing story of the Sherbrock family (specifically Jason the twin of James.) Excellent to read couldn't put it down. It felt good to return to the story of this family.
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This is the 9th book in the Sherbrooke Series and like the previous 8, it is an excellent read. Started it this morning and finished it tonite at 1 am.
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Very Good! If you like the classic Catherine Coulter Sherbrooke Romances the only disapointment will be that the book has to end!
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I love all of coulters books
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2 enemies fight for owmershio of Lyons Gate Historical romance
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After a self-imposed five-year exile, Jason Sherbrook purchases Lyon's Gate, an English stud farm. There he meets Miss Hallie Carrick, whose papers reveal that she has purchased the property, too. With the sale in dispute, the seller makes a decision based on the wisdom of Solomon. Anne Flosnik's narration is superb, as are her characterizations of major and minor British characters, which are so good they give the sense of multiple narrators. Her depiction of the kindly but pompous butler, with an imperious tone and upper-crust accent, makes him a memorable character.
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Tow of the most charming men to ever grace the Sherbrooke clan, James has settled down with the girl next door. But his twin brother, Jason, has been living in exile. Unable to forgive himself for endangering the lives of his father and brother, Jason fled from England. Now after five years of learning how to raise horse, he's coming home a changed man. Ready to pursue his dreams, he sees the perfect place to start: a stud farm called Lyon's Gate. Jason is sure the heavens are smiling down on him---until he meets Hallie Carrick, anoutspoken beauty determined to have Lyon's Gate for herself. As a battle of wills ensues, the Sherbrooke family is delighted to find that Hallie just might have what it takes to re-ignite the spark of life within Jasaon.
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really liked
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great book