- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 1241 KB
- Print Length: 210 pages
- Publisher: Loveswept (1 Dec. 2015)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00XG9EUY4
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 28 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #39,551 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Morrison: A Caldwell Brothers Novel Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
Hailey has a debt to pay and its been like that her whole life, daughter of Prostitute and married off at a young age to save her the same fate as her momma. Wanting a better life for herself and her daughter she tells her man that she's leaving unfortunately for her he wants payment of his debt basically everything he has ever bought her and their daughter, he wont let her go easy.
Go get your copy and see what happens when Hailey comes face to face with Morrison Caldwell or as he's known in Sin City Aces you wont be disappointed.
This is a must read and ties in with the series beautifully. I loved Morrison and he was a perfect Alpha Male.
Ooooh, I quite liked this. I’m pretty sure that this is my first time reading these authors but I can’t be a hundred percent sure. I haven’t read the first in this series (they are intertwined standalones) but I didn’t really feel that I needed to. I will go back and do so as I bought Hendrix a while back. Onto the story….what I liked about this was the different storyline. I’ve read many Vegas books about gamblers etc. and they kind of take on the same formula but here it was a fresh take on the gambler and the poor girl.
I liked the characters, I know Morrison is portrayed initially as this alpha male gambling god but really I got that “caring” vibe of him quite early on, I think the author’s did this character some justice. Hailey I struggled a little to get on board with. I like the sparks of ballsy attitude that she gave off now and again and also enjoyed her back story immensely. But, I felt perhaps the story was a little too cut and dry, the insta-love a little bit “not believable” yet it didn’t really make for a less enjoyable read for me.
Would I read them again? Not this book in particular as it’s not a re-read kind of book for me, it didn’t grip me all that tight and honestly it didn’t have that out pouring of emotion I love to get lost it. However, it’s very worthy of a read with a decent storyline and some lovely writing from both these authors.
We meet Morrison in Hendrix and to be honest I wasn't sure I was going to like him much. He was a complete manwh0re who tended to have 2 women at once. This book showed a completely different side to him and I have to admit I totally fell in love with him, while in the first story he was a complete playboy and a slick operator in this story he is so sweet and caring.
Hailey has had a hard life she was the daughter of a prostitute and her pimp and earned the nickname Hard Knocks. I loved her sassy attitude although sometimes she could have done with lowering her walls a little earlier. She loved Marisa unconditionally and would do anything to protect to her from her monster of a father.
Morrison’s attitude changes pretty quickly once he meets Hailey, I loved how he treated Wheels like he was a human instead of the way others treated him and his relationship with Marisa was so freaking beautiful especially since he didn't seem to want or like children. He treated Hailey like a queen and was very protective over her and also Marisa.
This story was so sad to read at times but was also completely beautiful. The relationships that developed in this story warmed my heart and I loved the writing style of both these authors.
I can't wait to see what happens with the last Caldwell brother and also where the others end up.
I was given this book for a honest review
Where do I start this book had me from page one and I fell for Morrison (Ace) hook line and sinker......
This is the second stand-alone in The Caldwell Brothers series and this is Morrison and Hailey's story but there is quite a bit of input from the other Caldwell's and their families.
Morrison is Vegas he plays the game, drives a Porsche, wears smart clothes and designer sunglasses but underneath it all he still has the Caldwell family values......
Hailey has not had it easy she was won in a poker game, has a little girl and now has to pay the debt back to her Ex for her freedom.....
A chance meeting between these two and sparks fly but will Hailey let Morrison help her and will Morrison except that its not going to happen overnight. He needs to give her space, take his time and show her what real love and families do for each other.....
Hailey deserved her HEA and I'm so pleased that Morrison gave it to her.
I fell in love with Hendrix but it seems that as each brother comes along I fall even harder for the next one. I am a fan of both these authors but together they are phenomenal. This book has it all romance, some very hot sex, some laughs along the way and off course a HEA
Can't wait for Jagger's story
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I didn't warm to Morrison like I did Hendrix to start with it took me a while. but saying that I loved the book.Published 1 month ago by Twinmum66
Morrison, raised with his 2 brothers by an amazing woman and a piece of crap father. During his upbringing he took beatings rather than see his Momma get hurt by the piece of... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Gaynor
loved it highly recommended another fantastic book by this authorPublished 5 months ago by susan roach
Reviewed by Lynsey
This is the second book in the Caldwell series about brother Hendrix, Morrison, Jagger. It can be read as a standalone. Read more