Forever a Stallion (Harlequin Kimani Romance Series #295)

Forever a Stallion (Harlequin Kimani Romance Series #295)

by Deborah Fletcher Mello
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Forever a Stallion 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I didn't read the previous books in the series, but this one was excellent! Great storyline, great romance and an enjoyable read!
Anonymous 3 months ago
I love ? reading about the Stallions but this is my favorite
mrs_tsray More than 1 year ago
I liked the overall story as an addition to the Stallion series. The shock of a sister kept it interesting. Some of the events got a bit far-fetched towards the end. I get that the author wanted to have a bonding moment, but it was too unbelievable for me. But, I did like the family interaction.
mshoni More than 1 year ago
I believe this is the sixth book in the series featuring the Stallion family and it reveals a loose end from an earlier book that reveals that the four brothers have a sister. Photographer Phaedra Parrish (say that 3 times fast) has just buried her mother and is coming to grips with her loss. While going through her mother's things, she finds a collection of diaries and journals that she didn't know existed, that includes an old photo of a man, John Stallion, that she doesn't recognize. After finding further items that peak her interest, she goes on a fact-finding mission to find out who this man is and what did he mean to her mother. Before her next photo assignment, Phaedra takes time out to scope out her long lost brothers and doesn't count on meeting hotel entrepreneur, Mason Boudreaux as well. When meeting her new family doesn't go as planned, Mason is there to support her and she soon is put in the position to reciprocate. The Stallion Family books are always enjoyable reads and this book's international storyline didn't feel forced or rushed. It was also a perfect introduction to The Boudreaux family soon to be featured in their own series.
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I read all the books except the first i love the pure and simple love between the main character. I love a love story that makes falling in love simple.