SAWYER
by Lori Foster

June 2000
ISBN: 0-373-25886-0
Reviewer Graphic Button Harlequin #786
Mass Market Paperback
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Reading a Lori Foster book is always a pleasure and Sawyer, the first in the series about the Hudson brothers, is no different.


As it is Lori Foster's heroes that draw me back to her books, I think it's only fitting that she writes about four (!) gorgeous brothers, all of them living together.


The first book in the series is Sawyer. Sawyer Hudson is the oldest, the doctor in a town of only 700 inhabitants. He is caring, sensitive and very sure of himself and his needs. And one thing he doesn't need is a wife, the last he divorced when she cheated on him, leaving him with a son to care for and the desire to stay clear of relationships.


So what happens when a sexy woman, Honey Malone, drives into his lake, refuses to part with any personal information, afraid of being hunted down by an unknown party and suffers from bronchitis?


Well, Sawyer, the good doctor that he is, and not unaware? of her charms, prescripts rest in his bed! Not wanting to put the brothers in danger, especially Sawyer, Honey tries to escape only to be apprehended and put under constant surveillance by the brothers.


At once, the reader knows that Lori Foster has done it again; she's found a perfect premise to create an attraction of sizzling chemistry with a hero that can't help desperately wanting, needing, his object of desire.


And although Sawyer and Honey's story is already worth reading Sawyer, Lori Foster knows how to really spoil her readers by introducing all of the other brothers. Let me tell you, I cannot wait reading more about them! They might be brothers, and in many aspects similar, but each of them sports character and physical traits that make them desirable and unique in their own right.


Lori Foster's writing is assured and comfortable. There never is any danger for the reader to stumble over awkward phrases, unnecessary information and boring characters.


So sit back, enjoy a very satisfying read, and do not be surprised liking the story - it is a Lori Foster after all.



Reviewed in October 2001 by Kris Alice.

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