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The Buckhorn Legacy (Hqn) [Mass Market Paperback]

Lori Foster
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  • Mass Market Paperback: 299 pages
  • Publisher: Harlequin; Reissue edition (23 Oct 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0373777086
  • ISBN-13: 978-0373777082
  • Product Dimensions: 16.8 x 10.4 x 2.3 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 361,292 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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The Buckhorn Legacy In "New York Times"-bestselling author Foster's sizzling classic, Casey Hudson, Buckhorn County's favorite son, is out to prove he's all grown up. Reissue. Full description

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5.0 out of 5 stars Buckhorn love 4 Oct 2013
Format:Kindle Edition
Could not put it down. Love the buckhorn men. Wish there were more of them. Lori foster is a great author
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great Way to End Series! 24 Oct 2012
By Ann - Published on
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I could not wait to get my hands on this book! Casey played such big parts throughout the series that I was anxious to see how he would end up with Emma.

The book starts out without any lagging and the easy rhythm throughout the entire book made this book so enjoyable to read. I admit I finished it in one night and it provided great closure to this series.

Casey is strong, sensitive, and just alpha enough to go for what he wants and he has set his sights on Emma. Emma has grown into a spunky, determined, and caring woman who was determined not to let her past rule her future. Together, Casey and Emma just work! They seem like the type of people you want as your friend and,if possible, as part of your family.

I would highly recommend this book to anyone who has read any of the other Buckhorn books, because, come on - it's Casey's story!!!
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4.0 out of 5 stars RE-PRINT WARNING 18 Nov 2012
By T. Taylor - Published on
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While I enjoyed this book when it was released originally in 2002, I find it hard to believe that once again the publishers are re-issuing a book under a new title (previously issued under the title "The Buckhorn Brothers : Casey), put a new cover on it and expect readers to buy the book - AGAIN! I almost purchased the book, but waited until it had been issued to check the copyright - WHOA!

I really enjoy Lori Foster's writing and credible characters - and this book, if you haven't read the original, is a good example of her writing talent. Don't stomp the author, but realize that publishers want to make money and will stoop to tricks to get you to buy a "NEW" novel. Good reason to continue purchasing from Amazon!
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4.0 out of 5 stars an unusual and well-written romance...a worthwhile heroine... 11 May 2013
By Virginia Campbell - Published on
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Compelling characterizations and a sweet and sensual reunion romance make author Lori Foster's "The Buckhorn Legacy" an involving read. This story is the finale to her "Buckhorn Brothers" series, but due to the strength of the story line, it works well as a stand-alone. However, after getting a glimpse of the "brothers" and their romantic histories, I would love to read the rest of the series! In "The Buckhorn Legacy", teenaged Emma Clark has a troubled home life, a trampy reputation, and a huge crush on Casey Hudson, the son of town doctor Sawyer Hudson. Casey and Emma are great friends, and each of them feels a special connection to the other, but Casey resists becoming intimately involved with Emma. He feels protective toward her, and he has always seen through her makeup, bleached hair, and provocative attire to the beautiful person inside. When Emma's difficult home life results in a rescue by Casey and his family, Emma spends one night in the Hudson home before quietly leaving the next morning without saying goodbye. Casey is devastated, feeling deserted by Emma, and never forgetting her throughout the years. Almost a decade later, they are reunited when Emma returns to Buckhorn to see her ailing father. That special connection between them is still there, immediate and intense, but Emma and Casey have each grown and matured as a person. Casey wants Emma more than ever, and now he is no longer a confused teenager. He is a man, with one woman on his mind and in his heart, and the more time he spends with Emma, the more he wants her to stay in his life. Sadly, Emma is all too aware that the small-town gossips have never forgotten the girl with a bad name who loved a good time. Even though she has moved on from being an insecure girl looking for love and acceptance, and become a young woman with a business of her own and a whole new life, she still feels the scrutiny of the community. Can Casey make Emma see herself as the lovely and well-loved woman he knows her to be? Will Emma resolve old fears and hurts from the past and reach for a happy future with the man she has loved for so long? An unusual love story, and a frank look at teenaged sexuality, "The Buckhorn Legacy" is a well-written romantic tale from talented author Lori Foster.
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5.0 out of 5 stars The Buckhorn Legacy 16 Dec 2012
By ktwright - Published on
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The Buckhorn Legacy book was terrific. I waited patiently to read about Casey's story. Lori Foster never disappoints with any of her stories.
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2.0 out of 5 stars A Re-Issue of the Last Book in a Series 12 Mar 2013
By J. Weaver - Published on
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I haven't read a lot of books by Lori Foster, but I've generally found that she is a hit or miss author for me. When she's on, she's really on, and when she's off, I struggle to finish. Unfortunately, this book fit into the latter category for me.

Unbeknownst to me when I ordered it, this book is the final in a series about the men of Buckhorn County. It was originally published in 2000 under the title Casey (Buckhorn Brothers, Book 5) and re-released as Enticing (Casey / Caught in the Act). In the foreword to the book, the author acknowledges that she enjoyed writing about the Buckhorn men and that she wasn't sure if the stories were becoming dated, but I don't recall that she actually says whether she made any changes in this version of the story to deal with that issue. In any case, I've not read any of the other Buckhorn books, and I hadn't read this one, but it did definitely have a sense of being dated by its subject matter and characterizations.

I thought the premise of the story was good--Emma was a wild child with a bad home life who used sex as a way of finding comfort and escape. She was pretty loose with her favors, and well-known to the boys of Buckhorn, but the one boy she really wanted was Casey. He had always been attracted to her, but sensing her troubles and being a much loved golden boy, he had always refrained from giving in to her blatant overtures. After a particularly difficult night at home, Emma turns to Casey and his family for help, and they take her in for a night, but she disappears by morning, and they have no idea what happened to her for the next eight years. Jump forward, and Emma has returned to town to see her father after he's suffered a debilitating stroke. Her car breaks down, and, of course, who but Casey comes to her rescue.

The first 10 or 15 pages take place during that one night when Emma ran away. The next 175 or so take place in the first day that Emma returns to town. Sure, there are some details that wrap up the story after this, but I just didn't find it at all credible that Casey and Emma not only renew their acquaintanceship, but basically fall in love over the course of one day. I suspect that they might have played out some of their romance in the previous books of the Buckhorn series, but I didn't see it on the pages of this book. In fact, I was rather annoyed that Casey, who was supposed to be this savior to Emma when she was younger is all about jumping her bones from the first moment he sees her after her 8 year disappearance. Nothing in this spoke to me of emotion or romance or even him being a good guy.

Also, there's supposed to be this big mystery about what made Emma run away all those years ago, and it all just seems so overplayed to me. Given all the connections in Casey's family, and the fact that they are so trusted in Buckhorn, it just didn't make sense that she never went to them with the truth in the first place.

I will admit that I liked the characterization of Casey's father, his uncles, and their wives. I get the impression that a lot of this book was intended to fill the reader in on what had happened to those couples in the years since their books had taken place. For fans who've read those books, those interactions were probably interesting and fun. But I suspect those fans have already read this book in one of its previous incarnations. As to readers who haven't read the previous books in the Buckhorn series, you really won't be missing much to skip this one.
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