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Here I Am (The Wainwright Legacy #2)

4.17 of 5 stars 4.17  ·  rating details  ·  386 ratings  ·  22 reviews
Born into a real-estate dynasty, Brandt Wainwright chose football over the family business, and now he's a Super Bowl MVP. That streak of good fortune runs out the day Brandt crashes his SUV into a tree. During the long recuperation, the fun-loving quarterback becomes cranky and sullen--until private nurse Ciara Dennison shows up for duty.Ciara has zero interest in sports, ...more
ebook, 304 pages
Published April 1st 2011 by Harlequin Presents (first published January 1st 2011)
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Angela
I like this series but is it realistic that all the Wainwright brothers end up with sistahs? Maybe one maybe even two but if she has the third brother do the same I will be skeptical. Good thing this is fictional and you can make anything possible.
Ceej
I had debated whether or not I would read this book. In previous books, when dealing with caucasian men, Ms Alers would always "taint" their blood making them bi-racial. I am pleased after finishing Here I Am Brandt maintain his "just off the Mayflower" persona. Yes he curses like a sailor but hey he's a top rated pro football quarterback. What would you expect? I found Brandt and Ciara's story endearing though predictable. Ms Alers went a little soft in this one. If you've read her Best Men ser ...more
Brandi
Brandt Wainwright is known as the Viking to all his fans and he lives up to his moniker. As the highest paid quarterback in the NFL, Brandt is very on the celebrity list and added to his personal wealth, his family is on New York's list of Who's Who. But something is about to happen to jeopardize Brandt's very way of life.
Ciara Dennison is a no nonsense private nurse who doesn't like sports or celebrity and she's not at all impressed by Wainwright money or Brandt's temper. When these two meet,
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Antoinette the Book Junkie
I am not real sure what was missing but I just could not find this to be realistic. I do love the fact that Ms. Alers found it more correct to make the hero of the story to be of one nationality. I have read many of her books where the white man we see is not really white he has two or more heritages mixed in. As for the story there were just a few points where I found connections with Brandt and Ciara but not enough to rapt me completely in the story. I found it good to hear tidbits of the conn ...more
DivasoftheSerengeti_Lioness
I absolutely loved this read. Rochelle Alers has done it again. This is the 2nd book of the Wainwright Legacy Series.

Brandt Wainwright is a sexy Superbowl MVP who plans to remain a single man for the rest of his life. When Brandt is injured in a car accident is world is turned upside down. Brandt turns into a mean, cranky man who runs off every nurse/therapist he has. In steps nurse Ciara. Ciara could care less about Brandt’s fortune or fame. This book has everything from pain to pleasure. Once
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Michaella Palmer
Even worse this book is like a replica of the first in the series but with a different scene and detail changes same problems after the first book. What a tragedy I was expecting her to do better but it seems hard for a zebra to change its stripes, the story was dull and was mainly written around egos (which I cannot stand) they behaved pretty much as expected I seem to be seeing an arising pattern that this author has and i am not liking it any way if you enjoy men who are proud and women tryin ...more
Alicia
I'm vacillating between 3-1/2 to 4 stars. The novel is well-written, but I guess I've just read too many romance novels with alpha males who overwhelm their love interests and make it impossible for her to breath let alone decline to fall in love with him. The hero, Brandt, is a wonderful character whose understated charm belies his football hero image. Ciara, the heroine, is likable enough...actutally, she's kind of an iron rose. This story's quality crept up on me and I enjoyed it quite a lot.
Angela
This was better than Because Of You. I liked the plot better and I liked Brandt much better. I am a Giants fan also so I liked them featured in the book as Brandt's team. Ciara seemed a bit too formal while everyone else seemed a lot more relaxed. I know she was a professional at work but in the down times, just hanging with friends she seemed stiff. I felt the same about Aziza in the other story. The sex scenes were fantastic. Great job and great imagination. Those scenes saved the story.
Metris
loved the chemistry between Brandt Wainwright and Ciara they were so fun to read about!
Carla
I am a big fan of Rochelle Alers, and this was a good read and if the ending had been better it would have been five stars. I am sure that there will be another book because this one started where the last one ended. With Jordan and Aziza's wedding.

The story was hot and well written. I can not wait to see who will get the next story although I am guessing that it will be Brandt's sister.
Keysha Jones
have you ever felt like you're reading the about the same character when you read an author's series of books? that's how I felt reading this book. the men and women can be interchanged with others from other series. I remembered why I stopped reading her books. not the highlight of my week.
Iyabo Osiapem
If there was a way to give this a negative star, I would. I picked author because she won the Zora Neale Hurston Literary award, but clearly it wasn't for this book.
Shone
Jun 30, 2011 Shone rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Readers who enjoy a series.
When I finished reading Brandt and Ciera story, I was saying this can't be the end. Dang there is no epilogue. Awesome story but I wanted more. Oh well have to want on book #3 in the series.
Niki
This is an interracial romance. The male and female leads seem well matched. This book had a believable plot. I would recommend it.
Lea Ivy
a bit dissapointed with the ending but didn't diminish my fondness while reading :)
Kimberly
Loved this story between Ciara and Brandt...Can't wait for the next Wainwright story...
Dorothy
I enjoyed and was not ready for it to end.
Jaleesa
Loved it! I love reading books in a series :)
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Lolita
I really loved this book.
Danielle
Enjoyed this book very much.
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Rochelle Alers was born in Manhattan, New York, USA, where she raised. She obtained degrees in Sociology and Psychology, before started to work. She is a member of the Iota Theta Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., and her interests include gourmet cooking and traveling. She has traveled to countries in North, Central and South America, and Europe. She is also in accomplished in knitting ...more
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