Two families meet and collide in the heat of Carolina Low Country in this steamy beginning to the Brotherhood of Souls Series.
Beauville is a town that's late to the 21st century. The Covingtons don't color out of the lines. The Souls don't have any lines.
Darren and his brothers are fixtures in the lives of Sarah Covington. From the day he rode up her driveway when she was just a girl to the horrible day he left her at eighteen, Darren's marks on Sarah's life fill her coming of age with passion, desire and the frustration that comes from wanting someone you cannot have.
The quartet of wild boys each have their own set of devils to conquer. In Brothers, you are introduced to the world of the Souls and the girls who will be tangled up in the saga of rebellion and adventure as their lives unfold.
Meant for mature readers, this book includes language and scenes not suitable for the under 18 reader.
"He kissed me a kiss that was not my first kiss, nor the longest, nor the most urgent I'd had in my young life. But it might as well have been the only kiss I'd ever had."
The Brotherhood of Souls Series:
This hot romance series is composed of five interconnected stand-alone novels that tell the stories of Grayson, Wyatt, Darren and Noah Soul as well as their cousin Harlen . Brothers is the introduction to their world
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Steamy southern coming-of-age memoir
As a adult, Sarah reflects on her teen years as a the oldest daughter in a privileged southern family. Seen through the lens of her family’s ongoing involvement wiht the family next door, the “white trash” Soul clan, she reviews her persistent crush on Darren Soul, and her friendship with his younger brother Noah. The writing is great: evocative and sensuous descriptions of time and place and Sarah’s inner emotional landscape pull you in and let you live the bittersweet journey from innocence through sexual awakening and first love.
Wow!! I love all your books that I have read. This one is great! Can't wait to get the next one. The imagination and the characters and everything else that goes with it is just astronomical. The story is something you can actually visualize. Can't wait for the next thank you!
It was fine...but there was just too much explanations... After reading 3 pages about people that don't really matter that much in the line of the story,you kind of get bored.