The Clayborne Brides: One Pink Rose, One White Rose, One Red Rose

The Clayborne Brides: One Pink Rose, One White Rose, One Red Rose

by Julie Garwood
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Clayborne Brides 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 55 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have read all of Julie's books and I don't think these seemed rushed at all, although some people seem to believe they were. I would have enjoyed if they were longer but all the same i enjoyed them. Travis's story 'One Pink Rose' was good but he was never really my favorite brother. Although I did love how Emily brought out the softer side of him. It also expaned on his charcter more than we were able to see in For the Roses. Now Douglas's story "One White Rose' is absolutely one of my favorite Garwood books. The humor in this book is tremendous, i can't even tell you how many times i had to stop reading because i was laughing so hard! The story line was completely different from Travis's story which was a relief. I feared all 3 stories would be too similiar. Ms. Garwood didn't disappoint me. I have read One White Rose several times and the ending is the absolute best! I won't elaborate in fear of giving anything away. :) Adam's story 'One Red Rose' was again refreshingly different from Travis and Douglas' stories. He was always so disciplined, it was nice to see a lady make him lose his control for once. Genevieve was so well written. She was a perfect match for Adam, just ask Mama Rose...she'll tell you just that! :) This story started back at the ranch and the whole family was there, and i truly enjoyed Garwood's thoughtfulness of letting us revisit with all the members of the Clayborne clan. They were lighter reads than her usual, but ravished with Garwood's fascinatingly, unique style all the same. Julie Garwood created a fascinating family in the first book in this series,For The Roses, it is a must before reading Clayborne Brides. This book is also outstanding. So good I will read it more than just one time. It made me smile, it made me laugh, and it made me cry. I loved it.    
Guest More than 1 year ago
I can't put into words how awsome this book was but i'll try... After i read For The Roses (the first book) I just wanted to still be with the claybornes there so AWSOME. You who have read it know what i mean! So when I found this book i almost cryed with relif. The brothers are still there same gun-shooting-make-you-laugh-till your-side-hurts-horse-raising-law-breaking-six-pack-abs-hard-as-a-rock -never-give-a-darn-sexy-bunch-of-ranchers-with-aditude-selfs!!!! Of course 'crying shame' Harrison is included except for the law part (being a ex-lawyer and all)whew! now that, that is out of my system. This book was wonderful and so humorously funny i couldn't help the naughty giggles... I was so glad i could be with the Clayborne family again. Julie Garwood is not afraid to take any situation and go all out with it. She is so great!! Gosh i love her if you ever read this you are so great Julie and you are one of my hero's for being able to write like that!! I loved the way she made Adam black and the head of the family he is so strong and wise for his age. I loved the way Mary Rose could even go and talk to him about Harrison and her feelings tward him and how he understood. I also would like to say one more thing before i go she couldn't have don a better job with the Clayborne family and there personalitys! Keep up the good work Julie!!!!!!
cjca More than 1 year ago
love julie garwood's for the rose's and this continues the story. charming stories.
kronan1 More than 1 year ago
My first Garwood and I'll buy another. Three separate stories -- all done well. Easy reading.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I am fifteen, and I have always been addicted to reading...This summer, I had read over about 50 books, and was in that place between childrens books and adult books. My mother loves reading as well, and told me to check out For The Roses, along with the Clayborne Brides to transition me into adult novels. I fell in love with these books, and now read even more then before,if that is possible. I think that these book are wonderful and are great for younger readers. :)
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Good easy reading. Great series
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The stories were well writen, but the love scenes lacked detail and emotion.
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This its a continuation of For the Roses. Its is actually three short stories in one book. Although these not as in depth as most of Garwood's other books, but they see a fun easy read. with the book Come the Spring, it is a great resolution to the story of the Clayborne brothers. Personally, I prefer the more developed stories, but I also wouldn't hesitate to recommend it if you like other books by this author.
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von51 More than 1 year ago
The books were short and nice to read and re-read. Thank you Julie
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Sunfall? *Autumnstar*
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