by Kathi S. Barton

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BN ID: 2940159007414
Publisher: World Castle Publishing, LLC
Publication date: 04/16/2018
Series: The Manning Dragons , #3
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 158,789
File size: 363 KB

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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Lincoln 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
mysticbaby1991 More than 1 year ago
Compared to others of Kathi's books, this one left a lot to be desired. The main concept of this book is keeping Ginger (Grace's twin) safe from her "baby daddy" who has now broken out of jail. I just couldn't stand Grace's character. She's this great artist, who even after selling 12+ more of her paintings for thousands of dollars still thinks she's a mediocre artist at best. She's constantly doubting herself and it's something that's repeated constantly throughout the book. When she gets embarrassed or someones says or does something she doesn't like she resorts to violence. Ginger in the beginning mentioned that Grace just covers her sensitive nature with violence, but I just think she's a witch to be one. I feel bad for Lincoln. I feel like he got the raw end of the deal when it comes to mates. He got someone that is so insecure and blames her violent tendency on everyone else. I'm not as into this series as I am others of Kathi's. Hopefully this one will get better and have better heroines than this drivel that is Grace.
nikirenee More than 1 year ago
This was definitely an interesting mating, Grace was a very intense character and Lincoln seemed to be more laid back. Having been described as a ball buster when she was introduced in the previous book, it was apparent she was going to be a bit of a bit@#. Surprise, that's what she was and she seemed to react very violently to Lincoln when she was confused or scared much to the amusement of his brothers. Grace's muse was an interesting twist, it seemed like she became possessed by different ghost to have her paint their stories leaving me to wonder if Ms. Barton will use this somehow in future stories. Lots of information is given in this storyline, a look at the past will answer some questions for both the characters and the reader. I found the story easy to read, easy to follow and while I did not always like Grace, I did feel some empathy for the situations that made her act the way she did. I volunteered to read this story for my honest opinion
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Lincoln met Grace through her twin Ginger at her show. Lincoln was in for a surprise when she got so angry at him. There was lots of family, love, laughter, fighting, and happiness. This family sticks together no matter what. I really liked this book and this series. I also recommend any of her other series..