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Laid Open (Brown Siblings Series #5)

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

Love this series

## This is a very short book. About 75 pages. But I loved the first book (Laid Bare) in this "Brown Siblings" series, to which this is a mini follow up. Erin, Ben and Todd take a tropical vacation. Hot sex ensues. M/F/M and M/M! I have read all four books in the series ...
## This is a very short book. About 75 pages. But I loved the first book (Laid Bare) in this "Brown Siblings" series, to which this is a mini follow up. Erin, Ben and Todd take a tropical vacation. Hot sex ensues. M/F/M and M/M! I have read all four books in the series and the only one I felt wasn't absolutely marvelous was book 3. The others were all stunning. I felt the final book ended abruptly so I was happy this book had some of the answers i was seeking. Then, I read a sample of the book "Tart" in the very last pages of this book. I know it's a new series but it wrapped up the final questions that had been missing in Adrian's story. Yay! Thank you Ms. Dane for this follow up.

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1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

I gave this novella a 3 because it was well-written and I love r

I gave this novella a 3 because it was well-written and I love reading anything about the Brown Siblings. However, this novella truly was not very necessary. I understand it was about Todd, Ben and Erin as parents and being partners together, but it simply was a resci...
I gave this novella a 3 because it was well-written and I love reading anything about the Brown Siblings. However, this novella truly was not very necessary. I understand it was about Todd, Ben and Erin as parents and being partners together, but it simply was a rescitation of the same story that we already went through with Erin in her and Todd's story in Laid Bare, but just on a beautiful tropical island. I totally think Erin's situtation with her daughter has been completely exhausted now. There always is just a little too much focus on Erin and what is going on with her in all of the Brown Siblings' stories. I like Erin and all, but come on now. I would have much preferred a novella on Brody and Elise (they had a baby, what happened during her pregnancy) or Adrian, Gillian and Miles (how did they make the decision about moving in together, his proposal to her, the development of Adrian and Miles's relationship, etc.) or even Ella and Cope , esp. since it took so long for them to conceive.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 7, 2012

    I gave this novella a 3 because it was well-written and I love r

    I gave this novella a 3 because it was well-written and I love reading anything about the Brown Siblings. However, this novella truly was not very necessary. I understand it was about Todd, Ben and Erin as parents and being partners together, but it simply was a rescitation of the same story that we already went through with Erin in her and Todd's story in Laid Bare, but just on a beautiful tropical island. I totally think Erin's situtation with her daughter has been completely exhausted now. There always is just a little too much focus on Erin and what is going on with her in all of the Brown Siblings' stories. I like Erin and all, but come on now. I would have much preferred a novella on Brody and Elise (they had a baby, what happened during her pregnancy) or Adrian, Gillian and Miles (how did they make the decision about moving in together, his proposal to her, the development of Adrian and Miles's relationship, etc.) or even Ella and Cope , esp. since it took so long for them to conceive.

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