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Most Helpful Favorable Review

4 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

Another winner from Ms. Brenda Jackson!

I enjoyed this book as I do all of Ms. Jackson. I particularly liked the fact that the Westmoreland family continues....

posted by sherrie199 on February 10, 2009

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4 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

Disappointment is not even a good enough description¿

Brenda Jackson writes the fourteenth book of the Westmoreland¿s¿ series. While I was a diehard fan in the beginning when she introduced Delany and her brothers Mrs. Jackson has slowly but surely disappointed me with the cousins.

In this particular book we re...
Brenda Jackson writes the fourteenth book of the Westmoreland¿s¿ series. While I was a diehard fan in the beginning when she introduced Delany and her brothers Mrs. Jackson has slowly but surely disappointed me with the cousins.

In this particular book we remember when Quade was in Montana with his family and he saw the picture of the enchanted beauty Cheyenne who he had a one night affair with in Egypt while on business and he realizes she¿s pregnant rather she¿s probably due any day now. Well what we later learn is that Cheyenne is none other than Cheyenne Steele of the Steele family from the Kimami Steele¿s. Remember her cousins Chance, Donovan, Morgan, and Sebastian the male cousins and then there is Taylor and Vanessa her sisters¿. Yeah that crew.

Quade Westmoreland was surprise when he finds out he¿s a father but not just a father but a father to the second set of Westmoreland triplets but what he wasn¿t prepared for was their mother and her resistance to wanting to do what he considered right in his eyes for her and the babies. Cheyenne Steele had grown up being told what to do and how to do it so when she finds herself pregnant with her mystery man¿s triplets she decides that she¿s going to do things her way with her babies and no one can say anything to change her mind. Well almost no one.

Cheyenne thought she would never see Quade again but when he shows up inquiring about her babies she has no choice but to tell him what he wants to know but she never expected the situation to become a lifetime situation.

Brenda Jackson has continue to give us great romantic stories however I believe it has gotten to the point that Mrs. Jackson has really forgotten that writing is about the quality of the book instead of the quantity of the book. I really hope to see Mrs. Jackson return with a book that can hold to the standards of quality.

posted by bluewarrior1920 on November 7, 2008

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  • Posted November 7, 2008

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    Disappointment is not even a good enough description¿

    Brenda Jackson writes the fourteenth book of the Westmoreland¿s¿ series. While I was a diehard fan in the beginning when she introduced Delany and her brothers Mrs. Jackson has slowly but surely disappointed me with the cousins. <BR/><BR/>In this particular book we remember when Quade was in Montana with his family and he saw the picture of the enchanted beauty Cheyenne who he had a one night affair with in Egypt while on business and he realizes she¿s pregnant rather she¿s probably due any day now. Well what we later learn is that Cheyenne is none other than Cheyenne Steele of the Steele family from the Kimami Steele¿s. Remember her cousins Chance, Donovan, Morgan, and Sebastian the male cousins and then there is Taylor and Vanessa her sisters¿. Yeah that crew. <BR/><BR/>Quade Westmoreland was surprise when he finds out he¿s a father but not just a father but a father to the second set of Westmoreland triplets but what he wasn¿t prepared for was their mother and her resistance to wanting to do what he considered right in his eyes for her and the babies. Cheyenne Steele had grown up being told what to do and how to do it so when she finds herself pregnant with her mystery man¿s triplets she decides that she¿s going to do things her way with her babies and no one can say anything to change her mind. Well almost no one.<BR/><BR/>Cheyenne thought she would never see Quade again but when he shows up inquiring about her babies she has no choice but to tell him what he wants to know but she never expected the situation to become a lifetime situation.<BR/><BR/>Brenda Jackson has continue to give us great romantic stories however I believe it has gotten to the point that Mrs. Jackson has really forgotten that writing is about the quality of the book instead of the quantity of the book. I really hope to see Mrs. Jackson return with a book that can hold to the standards of quality.

    4 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 15, 2013

    It's an okay read but some of the facts were wrong

    It,s has some good qualities, but some of the facts wrer wrong. First with her having multibles, you cannot breast feed them no matter how you eat or take care of yourself, her children would have came home with apnea motnitors for heart and breathing. she also said that the largest was 8lbs and the smallest was 4lbs at 8 weeks. the hospital will not let premees go home at 4lbs. They can leave the incubator at 4lbs,but they can go home at 5lbs with a monitor to record their breathing. so with the one that was so small and not responding to feeding, she should've stayed in the hospital to be monitored. Next time check your facts. although it's a good read of fiction.

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  • Posted December 12, 2012

    95 pgs, it was ok, just seemed like it was rushed.

    95 pgs, it was ok, just seemed like it was rushed.

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