Mark—The Callahan Brothers

The Callahan Brothers Trilogy, Book Three

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Publisher Description

They are the Bad Boys of Brazos Bend—Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John Callahan.



New York Times, USA Today, and Publishers Weekly bestselling author Emily March invites readers to travel from Eternity Springs to Brazos Bend, the small hometown of the Callahan brothers snuggled deep in the heart of Texas. 


Members of Mark Callahan’s old military unit are being murdered. To discover who’s responsible and why, the former intelligence officer must partner with the only team member more dangerous than he is…Annabelle Monroe, his ex-wife.


Now a private investigator, Annabelle would rather trade her pistol for a slingshot than work with Mark again. But a shattered heart is no excuse to avoid a reunion when lives are at stake.


Together, she and Mark go hunting a killer. Long days and steamy nights make it impossible to deny the desire still burning between them, but the reasons for their messy breakup haven’t changed. The bravest man she has ever known is still afraid to risk his heart. 


But when the killer’s trail leads to Brazos Bend and everything Mark holds dear is at stake, will he finally take the leap? Or will it be too late?

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2014
17 October
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
315
Pages
PUBLISHER
Emily March
SIZE
2.7
MB

Customer Reviews

Tz0028 ,

Disappointing.

I quite enjoyed a number of Emily’s books, but in a seemingly desperate attempt to ‘create drama’ in this one, she has Mark being a brutish, disrespectful bully, who is emotionally inaccessible and displays abusive and controlling behaviour, which is justified and accepted (oh, he has Daddy issues so that’s all ok). While the female lead, despite being an equally trained, skilled and capable person, accomodates his behaviours (for YEARS) in totally inappropriate situations and this is shown as ‘romance’.

The danger here is that, when he realises that he loves her and can address SOME of his Daddy issues, he will have a TOTAL personality change and become adorable and adoring, the very image of a perfect husband which is compete nonsense and a damaging narrative to many women who are in bad relationships thinking, "he’ll change when…”.

These thoughtless, cliche storylines seem irresponsible and uninspired to me in the current climate where abuse against women is rife, so to find those behaviours still presented in novels as being enticingly, irresistably passionate is a huge disappointment.

Would you want YOUR daughter, mother, aunt, sister or girl-friends to be in a relationship like this?

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