The Fairest of Them All
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The Fairest of Them All (The Pendletons #1)

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Carly Pendleton doesn't need another overprotective man in her life--she already has seven brothers. So when her old friend Russ Bradford comes courting, she resists. He may be the stuff of feminine fantasies, but he's always been more protective than passionate toward her. And though he's suddenly tempting her to shed her innocence, she's not interested in giving up her h...more
Published August 1st 2012 by Harlequin Special Releases (first published December 1st 1992)
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I really enjoyed this story. The heroine had a bunch of overprotective brothers and she wanted to get some independence, the hero is a friend of the family and unknown to her has been planning their wedding for two years, he tells himself that she is perfect for him and that he would not be making the same mistake as his first wedding. I found the book to be quite sexy and the hero could be a bit blind when it came to his own feelings. Overall I enjoyed this book and would love to read about her...more
Loved it!Adored Russ-Carly,their friends-lover to falling in love journey,adored each brother and the bond they share with each other.I am so eager for other books in this series.

Recommend it
Some of this story was so hilarious I almost peed myself, other parts were filled wit emotion where I was bawling my eyes out. Then there was the parts that I hated. It was a pretty well rounded novel to be honest. It was a romantic book, there was no huge plot or villain or anything really. It was just a novel about following your heart and leaving your pride behind.
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Leanne Banks was born on 14 May 1959 in Roanoke, Virginia, USA. She holds a Bachelors degree in Psychology, which she claims she can only use on fictional characters. When her first book was published in 1991, she used the money from her advance to take her family to Disney World.

Leanne is known for telling a story with strong emotion, characters with whom everyone can relate, a kick of hot sensua...more
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