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Forever Buckhorn: Gabe / Jordan

(Buckhorn Brothers #3-4)

4.19  ·  Rating details ·  1,942 ratings  ·  101 reviews
The Buckhorn brothers return in two timeless tales from New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling author Lori Foster

Gabe Kasper, the heartthrob of Buckhorn County, Kentucky, can have any woman he wants. But it's prickly, uptight Elizabeth Parks who gets under his skin. She thinks Gabe's some kind of hero and wants an interview for her thesis. He doesn't consider pul
Paperback, Box Set, 432 pages
Published January 31st 2012 by HQN
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May 12, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Forever Buckhorn

This is another combined volume of two stories in this series. In the first two stories we follow Sawyer Hudson and then Morgan Hudson. I loved both do those two stories so much. They were so easy to read and just go along for a romantic ride with.

This volume follows the younger two brothers. First is Gabe Kasper who’s actually the youngest brother and then Jordan Somerville whose the loner brother. I don’t know if I can pick a favorite between these two. Gabe is so laidback and
L.M. David
Having read the first book, outlining Sawyer and Morgan pairing off, I was anxious to see what was in store for Gabe and Jordan. The first book dealt with Gabe and Elizabeth, a red head with mental issues and obsession with heroes. Heart throb Gabe finds himself with a woman who is not chasing or swooning over him, falls in love with her, admits it but Elizabeth doesn't admit it to him. He gets down over his inability to win her confession but in the end, Gabe is the next brother to marry. The l ...more
Mar 11, 2014 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
I loved Sawyer's book and couldn't wait to get Gabe and Jordan's stories. Unfortunately either I was missing pages on my kindle or these two stories should have been novellas.

Basically this is how I feel. Enough said.

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Apr 24, 2012 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Where to start...I loved Gabe right from Sawyer and Morgan's books! As the carefree brother who "doesn't work", Gabe is the quintessential Goodtime Boy. But there is a deeply loving and tender side to him. Not to mention, Gabe, like Sawyer/Morgon/Jordon, is very affectionate and very hands-on. I loved their family connection and I loved that Gabe shared it with Lizzy so freely.

Elizabeth was not as prickly as the book description implies. She actually is a sweet, lost soul that only wants to lea
Aug 15, 2011 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 2011, romance
This book is 2 complete books in one. Had I read them separately the rating would have been different. The Gabe book would have been a 2, while the Jordan book would have been a 4.

My big issue with Gabe's book was Gabe. From the first book he has been described as a ladies man, that all the women fall all over him and have done so since he was a teen, and he seemed to revel in the notoriety. When he meets Elizabeth he seems to scoff at her and discount her because she doesn't fall down at his fe
Apr 13, 2012 rated it liked it

I mentioned before that I read this mini-series when they were first released, however I had never read Jordan's story. So I was looking forward to reading it finally.

Once again these are two very steamy stories, but just a little too 'good' for me. These brothers are seriously too good to be true, I need more flaws! Perhaps I am too used to reading Presents that my taste in heroes tender to err on the side of brooding-angry-alpha goodness.

There is something that has bugged me about all four of
Apr 24, 2016 rated it liked it
Too much story and not enough smut. I like a good storyline for sure, but when I choose to read a book with a half nekkid dude on the front, I expect it to have a decent amount of naughtiness as well. There was an imbalance between plot and hot and steamy scenes.
Harlequin Books
Miniseries: The Buckhorn Brothers
Category: Contemporary Romance
Lavada Dee
Mar 17, 2012 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Very enjoyable read. And, what a family of guys. Wow.
Gabe: 2 stars
Jordan: 2 Stars but with the wierdest cliffhanger style ending that didn't really seem to fit with the rest of the story
Two-haiku review:

Gabe, Jordan's stories
Third and fourth books of series
Younger two find love

Four sexy brothers
Best read series in order
Stories continue
Elena Johansen
So here's the deal. I picked this (and like, four or five other Lori Foster paperbacks) up at a used book sale. I saw the author name, I'd heard her recommended, I said "sure why not these are like ten cents each because it's a bag sale."

Which means I did not realize several of them, including this one, were reprints and doublings-up of shorter, older novels. Gabe and Jordan were both originally published in 2000.

And boy, does it show. I would argue that the noun "female" was never a good way to
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Apr 20, 2018 rated it liked it
I agree with some other reviews that I read, in that it would be easier to rate this book if you could rate the 2 stories individually. For me, as a whole, this book was intriguing. I didn't know it was part of a series and it's typically outside of what I read but I'm happy I decided to branch out and will be looking for the first book.

Gabe's story was a hit for me. In fact, it was my favorite of the two. The banter between Gabe and Elizabeth at first and then the ongoing banter between Gabe a
Mar 01, 2019 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Forever Buckhorn is two books in one. It is a continuation of the Buckhorn Brothers series and it stars Gabe and Jordan.Lori Foster has once again written dynamic characters you cannot help but fall in love with. The brothers are alpha males, with honor, chivalry, and good old fashioned manners. Both stories have a slow burning romance; the characters are given a chance to get to know each other and fall in love naturally. The characters change and grow throughout the book and become better, str ...more
Aug 20, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: adult-reads, romance
My book title was Forever Buckhorn and featured 2 separate books within 1 book with Gabe and Jordan, the other 2 brothers living in Buckhorn. I laughed at Elizabeth's awkwardness and Gabe's lazy life of lounging around half dressed repairing and helping those who live in their town. While Book 2 featured Jordan, a veterinarian with principles who falls for a single mother with two children and the horrible job of dancer and waitress in a seedy bar. I always enjoy how Lori Foster builds a communi ...more
J.P. Nicks
Jun 01, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I save my five stars for books that have had a huge impact on me. Forever & Always was the first romance novel I ever read and loved. I particularly loved Gabe and Lizzy's story. I read it close to when it came out years ago and it's my only romance novel with a broken and worn spine from rereads. I was re-reading it last night and remembering just how much I loved Lizzy's character. She was oh so prickly, awkward, and unimpressed by a pretty face. She felt more like the women I knew. It's a gre ...more
Robin Franks
Oct 30, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Great read

These stories really stand the test of time. They are as good as the first time I read them. The Buckhorn Brothers are amazing and so are the women they find. If only I could really visit Buckhorn Kentucky and find one for myself it would be a perfect world. I would recommend these stories to any adult reader who enjoys sexy alpha guys and the women who love them.
Jul 11, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: lori-foster
Also published as Forever Buckhorn.
Amy Berry
May 26, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Love this series so much. The stories in each bother are filled with humor, intrigue, & just the right amount of romance. Going to miss these fellas. ...more
Gabe: 2 stars
Jordan 3.5 stars
Cherie Clark
Jun 01, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Loved this series loved all these Brothers. ☆☆☆♡♡♡☆☆☆♡♡♡☆☆☆♡♡♡
Apr 24, 2014 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Gabe -

I’ll start these reviews off by saying that I’ve enjoyed Isabelle Gordon’s narration job on this series. She does a great job with both the male and female voices. She has a husky yet silky voice that lends well to both genders. She also does a really nice country accent for the characters. I’m a little sad to see that the last book in the series about Swayer’s son will not on audio. But I will be reading it. Ok now on to the stories…..

We’ve all read the story about the beauty and the geek
Oct 27, 2013 rated it really liked it


The first story is about Gabe, it's short, sweet, and easy to follow. But it's lacking a lot of emotion of course I'm not denying the story of her mother but everything came so quickly. I did enjoy the "fire" scene because it was something to throw in the mix when the book had no action. I loveddddd hearing about honey's news but I wasn't happy Casey wasn't in the book. I honestly didn't think the story was that great to come up with. Little far fetched that some red head with hair a mile l
Ms. Romance Book Reviews
We get a two in one in this continuation of Lori Foster’s Buckhorn series. Let’s start with the cover. Yum, can I say hotness overload?! (that is called an interrobang! Get it? Interrobang, haha) Images of muscle-bound men on a book cover make me a very happy girl.

Gabe, the youngest of the brothers from Buckhorn, falls for a college student (Elizabeth) who is determined to frame him as a hero. I really related to ‘Lizzy’ because she is just a college student trying to complete her thesis while I

This is the second book in the Buckhorn series and it actually includes two stories tht were originally published individually (Gabe and Jordan). I shouldn't have liked this book, the storyline has been used in countless Harlequin books... But I did, I really did like both stories. I think that the magic was how well Lori Foster builds the anticipation of the couple's first encounter. She's pretty intense writing that build up and she does not disappoint because her couples have amazing chemis
Debby (Alwaysbooking)
Lori Foster has yet to let me down. No matter what series I am reading I am instantly hooked!!

Gabe and Jordan did not disappoint. I thought based on the previous books that Gabe might be a little self centered because of how women fall at his feet. However he came off as very humble, he didn't want to have Elizabeth do her thesis on him. He felt he didn't do anything no other person would have done. He knew that women drooled over him but he didn't use it against any of the women, he never led a
Virginia Paige
Jan 05, 2015 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
These characters have grown on me since Buckhorn Beginnings. I like that they are grouped together and that I've been able to read them so close in sequence. Had I had to read them apart from each other, I think I would have been tormented, especially with the timing of the relationships.

The banter of the characters, even though they aren't fully related, reminds me a bit of both Maya Banks' Kelly boys (KGI series) and Lorelei James' Rough Riders. All Alpha Male and pull sex. And how they love t
Gabe- 1/2 star...The worst of the series so far. Lots of telling, no character development. Gabe was a creep and Elizabeth was written so childlike that their "romance" was uncomfortable to read after he practically molested her with that aloe. And the benevolent sexism in these books always rankles but to have a female character say "they are sexiest but in a nice way" was just too much.

Jordan- 1 1/2 stars...Better than Gabe but still with the telling and lack of development. Georgia came off a
Mar 13, 2016 rated it it was amazing
This book was so awesome ,both stories were so so good.

Gabe is so funny i just fell in love with him from the begining ,i loved seeing him interact with Lizzy it was just great ,they are so different but they just make the perfect couple, great story.

Jordan is such an interesting character that i was so happy that i got to know him more in this story ,I loved seeing him be a total cave-man with Georgia ,it was just so funny since he had never acted like that before ,great plot i was really happy
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Since first publishing in January 1996, Lori Foster has become a USA Today, Publisher’s Weekly and New York Times bestselling author. Lori has published through a variety of houses, including Kensington, St. Martin’s, Harlequin, Silhouette, Samhain, and Berkley/Jove. She is currently published with HQN.

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Other books in the series

Buckhorn Brothers (5 books)
  • Sawyer (Buckhorn Brothers, #1)
  • Morgan (Buckhorn Brothers, #2)
  • Gabe (Buckhorn Brothers, #3)
  • Jordan (Buckhorn Brothers, #4)
  • Casey (Buckhorn Brothers, #5)

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