The Buckhorn brothers return in two timeless tales from New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling author Lori Foster Gabe Gabe Kasper, the heartthrob of Buckhorn County, Kentucky, can have any woman he wants. But it's prickly, uptight Elizabeth Parks who gets under his skin. She thinks Gabe's some kind of hero and wants an interview for her thesis. He doesn't consider pulling a couple of kids out of the lake heroic, but he'll answer her questions in exchange for kisses... and more. Jordan Jordan Somerville thinks he wants a woman who's a paragon of virtue. But then the gentle veterinarian-rescuer of strays-meets Georgia Barnes, single mother and exotic dancer. She's a far cry from Jordan's dream woman-and she's made it clear that he's hardly her dream man, either. So why is he suddenly tempted to break all his own rules?
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January 31, 2012
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Excerpt from Forever Buckhorn by Lori Foster
"Isn't he just the absolute sexiest thing you've ever seen?"
"Hmm. And thank heavens for this heat wave. I love it when he leaves his shirt off." A wistful, feminine sigh. "I swear, I could sit here all day and look at him."
"We have been sitting here all day looking at him."
Gabe Kasper, pretending to be asleep, had to struggle with a small smile. Life was good. Here he was, sprawled in the warm sun, letting the waves from the weekend boaters gently rock the dock, with a fishing pole loosely held in one hand, a Van Halen hat pulled low over his eyes and a gaggle of good-lookin' women ogling him. He had not a care in the world. Man couldn't ask for much more satisfaction out of living.
"He is so gorgeous."
"And wicked lookin'. I dearly love those whiskers on his chin."
Aha. And here his brother jordan had sworn the whiskers looked disreputable and tried to convince him to shave. Jordan could be such a stuffed shirt sometimes.
"I like that golden hair on his body, myself." Gabe almost chuckled out loud. He couldn't wait to tell his brothers about this. Now that the two eldest were married and off-limits, Gabe and Jordan, the only two single ones left, got even more attention. Not that he was complaining. Female adoration was one of those things that couldn't really go to excess, at least, in his opinion.
"I don't mind tellin' you, Rosemary, it made me nervous when the first two brothers got married off. I cried for two days, and I was so afraid they'd all end up doing it. Heck, besides dying to have one of them to myself, those brothers were the biggest tourist draw we had here in Buckhorn."
Gabe bit the side of his lip. He'd just keep that little tidbit to himself when he did the retelling. Hell, his brothers' egos--Morgan's especially--were big enough as it was. No need adding to them. No, he'd just stick to sharing the compliments about himself.
"And Gabe is the biggest draw my boat dock has. With him sitting there, no one wants to get their gas or bait anywhere else. I keep thinkin' I ought to pay him or something."
"Ha! You're just hoping to get a little closer to him."
"No, I just wanna make sure he doesn't take his sexy self off to some other dock."
"Amen to that!"
Giggles erupted after such a heartfelt comment and Gabe sighed. He had no intention of switching loyalties. Hell, Rosemary's daddy had been letting him hang out on his docks since he was just a grasshopper and had first noticed what a pleasing thing it was to see females in bikinis. this place felt almost like a second home now. And since Rosemary's daddy had passed away, he felt honor bound to stick around and help out on occasion. The trick was to keep Rosemary from getting marriage minded, because that was one route his brothers could travel alone, thank you very much.
"It amazes me that those brothers aren't full related. They all look different--"
"But they're all gorgeous, I know. And they're all so... strong. My daddy used to say it took a hell of a woman to raise boys like that. I just wish they didn't live so far out on that land. Thinking up a good excuse to visit isn't easy. Not like accidentally running into the other men here in town."