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Publisher's Summary

New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Melody Anne begins a sizzling and heartfelt series about Joseph Anderson’s long-lost nephews.

Finn Anderson is a loyal military veteran who has no desire to live a life of luxury and ease, but sometimes a person doesn’t get a choice. His life is flipped upside down when he and his four brothers learn they’re long-lost relatives of the absurdly famous and wealthy Joseph Anderson. The eccentric but generous billionaire puts the brothers to work building a new veterans center, and that’s not all: Joseph won’t stop until each nephew finds love.

Finn has never expected or wanted an easy life, and he struggles with his early retirement from the elite SEAL team. But when a very confident Brooke Garrison literally sweeps him off his feet during a self-defense class he’s teaching, he thinks less about his past and more about a brand-new future.

If Finn knows anything for certain, it’s that he can’t let this woman get away. Though Brooke is tough and compassionate, the loss of her brother has left her vulnerable. She isn’t sure she can risk loving and losing another person in her life, including a very determined ex-SEAL. Can the two of them look beyond their past wounds and embrace what they’re feeling?

©2019 Melody Anne (P)2019 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved.

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  • Nelsbabi
  • 06-11-19

Boring!

I have never given a book anything less then 4 stars. Doesn’t take much to entertain me but this book was BORING!!!!!! I’m only a few hours in and I can’t finish it. I’m falling asleep at my desk, I’d rather be actually working. I’m happy I didn’t pay for this.

This is the fifth book in my life that I couldn’t finish and I read/listen to a lot of books! I always try to give them a chance but it’s not worth it. The narrator literally sounds like a robot. No thanks.

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  • Christine Stalker
  • 15-04-21

Amazing

Finn is one lucky man. He knows what he wants and goes after it. Brooke is one amazing pigheaded woman. Loved the push and pull between Finn and Brooke.amazing

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  • Deborah J.
  • 05-04-21

boring

not a very interesting read. would not recommend it. no plot or real story line.

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  • Dxxxx
  • 14-03-21

Swoon

The background theme of the veteran’s center in this book was amazing. Totally loved what the author represented. The story of Finn and Brooke resonated in such a way that you become immersed in their lives and their connection. Finn’s past military life being so abruptly ended was so pivotal but also built him into a man you find so irresistible you might just call him one of your book boyfriends.

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  • HBrady
  • 11-03-21

Finn

I hate to give books 2 stars, but I just couldn't with this one. I finished it to see if it got any better, but for me it was just background noise.

Finn was injured during the war and is back home. He learns he's family with some big wig and has trouble accepting it because he hasn't had a strong father figure. He meets Brooke whom works in the medical field and he decided he was going to marry her as soon as he met her.

He kept coming around even though she wanted nothing to do with him at first. She decided to give him a chance and they end up together.

I feel like this book didn't really go anywhere.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 24-02-21

Research on role of a Nurse Practitioner needed.

Several reviewers mentioned that they found the narrators voice robotic. I thought she did an adequate job and had no complaints about the narration.

While the author reveals that she consulted a military expert, she certainly made a lot of mistakes about Nurse Practitioners (NP's). I am a retired NP and know a lot of other NP's through work and professional conferences. First of all, we are NURSES NOT DOCTORS and proud to be so. I would never allow someone call me "Doc" nor in my 20+ years in the medical field have I ever heard of that happening. We do not have a medical license as the author wrote but rather a registered nurse (RN) and a state NP license. In the future, I suggest that the author also consult a medical person or do a little research online before writing about a character's occupation. It would take very little time to get it right.

Unfortunately overall, I found the book somewhat boring. The banter seemed forced and while I think it was supposed to be funny, it just wasn't to me.

In conclusion, the one thing I appreciated about the book was that it did not require a credit through my membership. That is a BIG plus to me! Since Audible discontinued the Romance Package they have gutted their romance selections. Most authors are not participating in the new program instead requiring a credit for books that were free through the Romance Package. I plan the cancel Audible and just use Kindle after I use up my credits. So I really do appreciate that this writer offers her work without requiring a credit. I added a star strictly on that basis.

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  • Tanisha
  • 01-02-21

Sappy and boring

This was just sappy and boring. All the characters sound exactly the same. I couldn’t even get through it. I listened to a little of it turned it off, came back the next day and still was just bored. I returned it.

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  • escritora
  • 25-11-20

Charming!

Joseph Anderson was tired of not having the pitter patter of little feet around the house because his children hadn't found their match, yet. He takes it upon himself to find the "match made in heaven" and, inexplicably, he's always right! That's the little piece of joy at the heart of every previous Billionaire book by Melody Anne. Now, Joseph is made aware of a whole new family of his when the widow of Joseph's despicable uncle comes to see him, knowing that she's dying and to let him know that her sons have nobody else but him in the world. That little match-making spark comes to life and he's ready to play! Finn is the oldest of the brothers and he is the one who felt the most responsibility to their mother in her last months and days. She trusted him to take care of his brothers and he became their frugal caretaker. Even now, when he has inherited his vast inheritance from the Anderson wealth, he behaves as if it doesn't exist. He's a medically discharged Navy Seal who is taking time to decide what he wants to do next. Brooke Garrison was a medic in the military until her discharge. Her heart was ripped apart the day she got the call that her big brother had died in combat. He was her idol and now she felt empty. When she hears that "the Joseph Anderson" is planning to build a vets' center, she's interested because he doesn't do anything other than first class. Joseph's plan is to get Finn and Brooke together under the guise of planning the vet center and she resists a little, at first, but Finn is all in. Heck, he knew after she tackled him during a self defense class, that she was the one for him and he was going to marry her. What an enjoyable story and the high energy these two bring to their relationship and their dates is fascinating. They grow closer as soon as they decide they are going to be equals in this job and nobody makes a decision without the other's approval. Finn and Brooke are adorable and, even though I wanted to shake Brooke out of her indecision, they make a perfect couple. Another perfect match for Joseph!
The narration is wonderfully done by Teri Clark Linden. She gives each character a strong, clear voice that is laced with emotion and personality. Charming!

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 28-09-20

Good Series Kickoff

This is my first book by this author. It was interesting and well written. The characters are likeable and the plot held my attention. I'm looking forward to the next book in the series.

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  • JigsawGirl
  • 25-08-20

An Easy Read. Good narration.

I listened to the audiobook and thought the narrator did a very good job.

Finn and Brooke were an ok couple once she decided she could date him. Finn stated he wasn't hurting financially before he found out he and his brothers were part of Joseph Anderson's family. I thought theIr dates were rather elaborate, unless he already had access to his inheritance.

I did wonder why so much focus waa put on Finn not trusting Joseph. He had no problem with the money or the project Joseph was offering. I thought he held on to his mistrust a little too long.

I also thought about how much effort Finn was putting into trying to have a relationship with Brooke. Did she reciprocate? Even after she decided to date him? To me, it seemed like it took a while before the relationship balanced out.

Once they really got together, this book was about supporting your significant other, overcoming past issues, family, love, and romance. Finn was a lighthearted read with little to no angst, and its fair share of steamy scenes.

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  • Jacqueline
  • 24-05-20

brilliant just want was needed

Great wasn't like the Anderson series slightly different nice easy listen steamy love making. I'm looking forward to Noah

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  • K1burger
  • 14-05-20

Slow moving story

Whilst I love the Anderson's and their stories. This one lacked a little of that pizaz. I did like the characters but I didn't like how drawn out the progression of the story seemed. Narration was monotone, it did not entice me at all.