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Tad Dawson, confirmed bachelor and runway model, has come back to the Black Hills for his brother's wedding. Also known as Romeo for his love-them-and-leave-them attitude, Tad has a reputation to lose and a woman to win. However, he won't be able to do it on his own, since the woman he wants would rather assault him with nail guns, power saws and rocks. Not what he expected when he turned on the charm.
Megan could use a good dose of anger management, along with a shot from Cupid's bow, and lord knows she has a lot to be mad about when it comes to Romeo. Tad left her five years before, after she declared they were mates. Not only did she have to deal with a crazy Alpha, who got off on tossing her to the wolves, she's heard rumors Tad's appetite for anything with a skirt has grown since he left. Not that she could confirm it. He's hasn't called or written once.
For Tad to win the love of his life, he's going to need some help, and the four pack matchmakers have decided they are just the wolves to assist, whether he wants their help or not. No tactic is too dirty or underhanded. Bringing down Romeo is going to take every trick in their match-maker's bag.
Bagging the girl, well, that could be a bit trickier.
Will the four matchmakers beat the nearly impossible odds, or will their tactics unravel at the seams?
Before the wedding is over, someone is going down, and if the matrons have any say, it's going to be hard.
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By Merlinfan on 06-08-17
Too short... Could/should have been longer
Would you consider the audio edition of Bringing Down Romeo to be better than the print version?
I prefer audiobooks to print in general... so... Yes!
What other book might you compare Bringing Down Romeo to and why?
This was the second book I've read that is about "shifters" so I would compare it to "Dangerous"... the other book of this genre in my library.
Have you listened to any of Al Benelli’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
Yes. I'm a fan of Al Benelli. It's why I bought this book. I think he's a great storyteller. Not his "best" work, but still entertaining and enjoyable.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
Not really. It seemed to move along at a steady pace but then ended rather abruptly IMHO. The story could have and should have gone further... Maybe the author plans a sequel... or that's just the way the series is designed to be. Who knows...