Wolfe Brothers Trilogy

Wolfe Brothers Trilogy

by Jami Davenport

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Wolfe Brothers Trilogy by Jami Davenport

Three sports.
Three broken brothers.
Torn apart by tragedy and forever bound by traumatic pasts.
Thrust together once again when their paths cross in Seattle.

Brimming with attitude and broken beyond repair, Isaac "Ice" Wolfe has a heart as cold as his nickname, and he likes it that way--until he meets his neighbor Avery Maxwell. When Isaac is warned away from Avery, he sees the writing on the wall. It's Avery or his career. To Isaac, a life without hockey wouldn't be a life worth living. But what about a life without Avery?

Tanner Wolfe is blindsided--by his dysfunctional family, his plummeting career, and the one thing he least expected--by love. After photos with Emma go viral, Tanner is caught in a lie and tells a bigger one to get out of it. Now he's shoulder-pads deep in a temporary marriage while struggling to resurrect his disastrous career and reunite his broken family.

Zeke Wolfe, the man who's written off his entire family, rescues a young woman and three children on a stormy Seattle night. Before he knows it, he has an instant family and a fake fiancé he's certain he doesn't want.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940157568795
Publisher: Cedrona Enterprises
Publication date: 04/20/2017
Series: Game On in Seattle
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 1,902
File size: 2 MB

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The Wolfe Brothers Trilogy 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
Anonymous 27 days ago
Really liked each of these stories. Good characters. Should be a fourth brother for basketball!
Anonymous 29 days ago
Love overcomes all in this trilogy; i enjoyed reading about each brother's journey to acceptance and happiness
Anonymous 5 months ago
Zeke and Paisley are both damaged souls brought together by fate on a rain drenched night in Seattle. Zeke plays first base for the local baseball team. Paisley has custody of her young nephew and two nieces. Against his better judgment, Zeke allows Paisley and the kids to stay the night in his new home, thinking they would be gone by the next day. Things don't turn out that way and before he realizes it, the clan has made themselves at home not only in his actual home, but also in his heart. Paisley has a habit of falling in love with every guy she is with and is afraid at first that might be what she is feeling towards Zeke. The more time they spend doing family things, the more Paisley knows that it is the real thing but Zeke is certain that he is incapable of loving someone. He does his best to avoid his brothers Isaac and Tanner. He is convinced they abandoned him and didn't really care about him. Even though he tries his best to stay away from him, in the end they were there for him when he needed them the most. I enjoyed reading the book but wish that the ending had more to their story
Anonymous 6 months ago
Great all three books
Anonymous 7 months ago
Best books I've read in a while! So happy to have discovered this writer. Looking forward to reading more from this writer.
Anonymous 7 months ago
Sometimes an author gets into a rut and the stories are the same with different names and faces. Not so with these books. While the characters have the same background, the brothers are different people, so their stories reflect that. Each as enjoyable as the one before. Of course you know there will be a happy ending and that's just fine with me! Give yourself plenty of time because once you start reading you won't be able to stop until you've finished them all. (Each book is over 200 pages.)
Anonymous 9 months ago
I liked the stories overall but very little sex. Very damaged men. Love triumphs for all of them.
Anonymous 9 months ago
Would like to meet these characters. And the womn in rheir lives.
Anonymous 9 months ago
Great storyline of murder and abuse to children by the parent. It was really wonderful to see how the love of good women helped to heal 3 brothers. This book was jammed packed with tragedy, everyone had baggage. I will definitely be reading more by this author. Highly recommend this series and author. Mjw
Anonymous 9 months ago
Love the Wolfe brothers.