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Publisher's Summary

Book 4.5 in the Slater Brothers series
Branna Murphy is a survivor, a wife, a friend, a sister, and a soon-to-be-mother. She doesn't have time to linger on anything, especially on a silly argument about how many children she will bear.
Ryder Slater is a hardass, a husband, a friend, a brother, and a soon-to-be-father. Unlike his wife, he has nothing but time to argue his case about how many children they will have...until that time is threatened to be taken away from him.
A surprise honeymoon deep in a beautiful forest for a secluded getaway was supposed to be fun, romantic, and peaceful - until the storm of the century hits and both Branna and Ryder face a new enemy that has means to harm their family. Mother Nature.
Branna is consumed by her love for Ryder, and will fight to the end to keep her family safe. Branna treasures Ryder, and what Branna treasures, Branna defends.
©2017 L. A. Casey (P)2017 Audible, Inc.
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4 out of 5 stars
By V. Clarke on 06-18-18

Nice series

The storyline is a good one. Each main character meaning the brothers have a full book and each of their woman is given their own book with the story from their own perspective which is a nice touch but really all could be combined in one book. The villains where good touch had a warped view of people but I guess gangsters are. The only down side for me is when the narrator is speaking from the any of the women it sounds like she has gum in her mouth maybe to keep reading without her mouth getting dry but it grates on my nerves and for strong American men who have been exposed to do much they sound way to femine.

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