Lee

Lee

by Kathi S. Barton

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940158174179
Publisher: World Castle Publishing, LLC
Publication date: 06/27/2016
Series: Emerson Wolves , #5
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 201
Sales rank: 384,442
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Kathi Barton, winner of the Pinnacle Book Achievement award as well as a best-selling author on Amazon and All Romance books, lives in Nashport, Ohio with her husband Paul. When not creating new worlds and romance, Kathi and her husband enjoy camping and going to auctions. She can also be seen at county fairs with her husband who is an artist and potter.

Her muse, a cross between Jimmy Stewart and Hugh Jackman, brings her stories to life for her readers in a way that has them coming back time and again for more. Her favorite genre is paranormal romance with a great deal of spice. You can visit Kathi on line and drop her an email if you’d like. She loves hearing from her fans. .

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Lee 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
CindyB1 More than 1 year ago
First off let me say that I love a good shifter story and I love Kathi S. Barton. That being said, I don't feel this is one of her better books. Yes, it is a shifter book but the story is a bit tired for me. I think it is basically the same as the other books in this series. Lee Emerson is the 5th brother to find his mate, Kimber. He is a wonderful cook and a published food/restaurant critic who likes to help failing restaurants. Kimber is a talented chef that just can't get ahead no matter what she does. She is trying to provide for herself and her daughter but there just seems to always be a roadblock being thrown up. She is forced to move home with her great aunt who really dislikes her and wants nothing to do with her daughter. Coming home puts her in the path of Lee who realizes she is his mate. Lee and his family step in to save her. I would love to see more time being spent on developing these characters and the plot lines. I also will not stop reading her books because she has been one of my favorite authors for years
nikirenee More than 1 year ago
I found this to be a little different than the other stories in this series. It had some twists that I was not expecting but liked. Lee seemed to be the quiet Emerson and still gave me that impression. Kimber and Hannah were interesting characters, I really loved Hannah she was such a charmer. To say Kimber's life sucked would be an understatement but that seems to be the theme with the girls. I have to love her spirit though, she was tough. Her aunt was a piece of work; I can't see why Sloan and Hunter had not taken her out before this as she seemed to be a problem to everyone. One thing that did get confusing was the names, her aunt was Kimberly and Kimber is too close to that. I found myself confused a few times. I did like the mystery; her aunt was quite inventive in her plans for her niece but really quite the psycho. I would like to see more of the reclusive vampire, maybe get his story sometime as it should be quite interesting. I enjoyed the storyline, liked the characters and the plot, the twists were intriguing and I look forward to seeing what happens with the last Emerson brother. I was given an ARC for an honest review.
Joy-Anne More than 1 year ago
Wow, this was an amazing read that once I started could not put down. The story is entertaining and interesting, you will not be able to put it down until the very last word is read. The characters are amazing and you feel as though you know personally and you will want to see them overcome whatever may get in their way. The pace at which this book moved along is perfect for reading. This book needs to be on your TBR list for 2016, there is no doubt about it.
mysticbaby1991 More than 1 year ago
It's amazing how much a person will do to keep what they think belongs to them. Kimber has had a tough life. Trying to make her dreams and live up to someone her mother would be proud of is proving to be more difficult that Kimber thought. When she must return to the U.S. she discovers her aunt is more than just a mean bitter old woman and the extent she went to keep the money will change Kimber's life forever. Lee's been traveling and helping restaurants around the world for so long without a break he's exhausted. So to be back home is a breath of fresh air. When he makes a promise to Addie's aunt Lady Mantle to help a woman he's in for big changes in his life when she turns out to be his mate. With the help of the Emerson's Kimber will find out the full cruelty of her aunt and how far she went to control Kimber.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I am heading over heals with this series. I can't wait for the next book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I read everything Ms. Barton writes. Her books are well written, the stories are the kind that grip you and not let go. I started with Aaron's Kiss, and they were all wonderful. I have continued with each series as they have come along. I am transported into the stories, I laugh snd hold my breath along the wsy. I would recommend her stories to anyone a fan of fantasy/paranormal. Pick one up and be prepared to devour them all.
Belinda-G More than 1 year ago
Lee is the 5th book in the Emerson Wolves series. Lee is a food critic but is glad that he is home with his brothers and their mates. He loves what he does in helping failing restaurants get back on their feet. Kimber Gray is a chef and very good at what she does. When she is blackballed as a chef she has no where or anyone to turn to for her help but her aunt for herself and her daughter. Her aunt is mean and doesn't want Kimber's daughter there. When Lee meets her he knows she is his mate but the "aunt" does everything possible to keep Kimber under her thumb. Why? Another great read by Kathi S Barton to find out if Lee and Kimber get together or if the aunt keeps them apart. Would definitely recommend to everyone as a must read.