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The Fall of Shane MacKade

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

20 out of 21 people found this review helpful.

Great Series, wonderful story

Love Shane! This is the third in a series that is on my keeper shelf.

I have dog-eared copies of this entire series. Now I have them safely in my nook library! This is a great series to go to when you need a great story, wonderful interconnected family, and guys t...
Love Shane! This is the third in a series that is on my keeper shelf.

I have dog-eared copies of this entire series. Now I have them safely in my nook library! This is a great series to go to when you need a great story, wonderful interconnected family, and guys that love their women.

Reading order (for those who asked): Rafe, Jared, Devin, then Shane.

posted by TKsBaskets on June 27, 2011

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1 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

The others in the series were better.

After reading all for novels in this series, I'd have to say that this, the last, is the weakest of the four. I was looking forward to meeting Shane, the youngest of the MacKade brothers. But, for me, he was the least likeable--basically an egotistical jock who couldn'...
After reading all for novels in this series, I'd have to say that this, the last, is the weakest of the four. I was looking forward to meeting Shane, the youngest of the MacKade brothers. But, for me, he was the least likeable--basically an egotistical jock who couldn't keep his eyes, hands, and whatever other body part you'd like to mention off the women. I never could get into Rebecca. Throughout the novel she seemed bi-polar. One minute she was this over-educated twit, the next a demure door-mouse. (By the way...she's totally unbelievable as a psychiatrist. That's an MD specialty. Not likely for a 25-year-old. Even a genius.) The author intentionally wrote both characters this way, but neither were very sympathetic. By the end of the novel I was hoping she'd just go back to New York and spend the rest of her life being a self-absorbed little twit like she deserved. And for Shane, he could go back to shagging every little number that came his way. But...as in every romance novel, they fell for each other..the psychotic psychiatrist and the too-horny-for-words farmboy. Yuk.

posted by In-bed-with-my-Nook on July 18, 2011

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  • Posted July 18, 2011

    The others in the series were better.

    After reading all for novels in this series, I'd have to say that this, the last, is the weakest of the four. I was looking forward to meeting Shane, the youngest of the MacKade brothers. But, for me, he was the least likeable--basically an egotistical jock who couldn't keep his eyes, hands, and whatever other body part you'd like to mention off the women. I never could get into Rebecca. Throughout the novel she seemed bi-polar. One minute she was this over-educated twit, the next a demure door-mouse. (By the way...she's totally unbelievable as a psychiatrist. That's an MD specialty. Not likely for a 25-year-old. Even a genius.) The author intentionally wrote both characters this way, but neither were very sympathetic. By the end of the novel I was hoping she'd just go back to New York and spend the rest of her life being a self-absorbed little twit like she deserved. And for Shane, he could go back to shagging every little number that came his way. But...as in every romance novel, they fell for each other..the psychotic psychiatrist and the too-horny-for-words farmboy. Yuk.

    1 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 27, 2012

    Book was ok.

    The book wasn't bad, but it wasn't great. Middle of the road. I'm sure you've read one like it already.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 26, 2012

    Not my favorite of the series

    This book fell a little short of the others in the series, it wasn't as heartwarming and funny as the others, but I recommend this series, I was just disappointed in this one.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 3, 2011

    Very Entertaining

    While I enjoyed this story, and it is the first book in the MacKade Brothers series that I have read, I did not know that the supernatural would play such a huge part in the plot. I found myself getting annoyed and thought that the supernatural part of the story was silly and dragged on.

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