A Very Holland Valentine (Holland Brothers #6)

A Very Holland Valentine (Holland Brothers #6)

by Toni Griffin, Erika O Williams

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Valentine's Day is fast approaching and with it the completion of the renovations to their home. None could be happier about this then Zack who can't wait to get away from Maryanne and all her fussing.

Plans are being finalised for all four couples for the happy day. However, sleezy tradies, an over protective mother-in-law, and unexpected complications throw spanners in the works.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940150099609
Publisher: Mischief Corner Books, LLC
Publication date: 02/14/2015
Series: Holland Brothers , #6
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 269,961
File size: 709 KB

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A Very Holland Valentine (Holland Brothers #6) 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is one of my favorite series toni writes beautifully and eloquently. My go to read highly recommended!
InkedRainbowReads More than 1 year ago
ThreeStar This was a sweet book. After a long series, the brothers and their mates live together in a shared house with their growing families. It is a glimpse into the characters’ HEA life. Readers who have followed the whole series will enjoy catching up with favourite characters. And that’s what this is, a catch-up. All the men are blissfully mated. There is no conflict, there are no problems, just sweet escapism as all eight men and their children live together in harmony. Readers will need to have followed the series in order to enjoy this story. There is no backstory offered at the start, so it really isn’t a stand alone read. Without context and background information, it is nearly impossible for new readers to differentiate characters and mates. Without having read the earlier books, I was a little taken aback by male pregnancies. Perhaps it would be different if I knew the back stories. I’m not a huge fan of m/m books where one partner takes on a ‘woman’ role and the other a ‘man’ role. I know the whole shifter concept lends itself to this style of relationship, but this series, with pregnant men, takes the roles to a whole new level. Personally, if I want to read about pregnancy and domestic bliss, I’ll read m/f. I tend to read m/m to avoid saccharine domesticity and gender stereotypes, so this story wasn’t really for me. I’m sure readers of the previous five books will enjoy this short story. I was given this in return for an honest review by Inked Rainbow Reads. Sarah