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Moving Maverick: Made Marian Series Book 5 (English Edition) van [Lennox, Lucy]
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“Do you remember what you promised?”

Maverick: I haven't been back to Rabbit Island, South Carolina, since my parents died and my grandmother, Mimi, rejected me. I'm only returning now to attend her funeral and sell an estate I never wanted. But the moment I step foot on the island and fall into Beau’s arms, I realize it might not be so easy to say goodbye after all.

Beau Talmadge was always the boy next door, but now he’s no longer a kid. The man is hot as hell and pushes all my buttons in the very best way. I'm supposed to leave in a week. Sell everything, close the door on my past, and walk away forever. So why am I letting myself fall for someone who lives thousands of miles away? And how the hell am I going to break it off when it's time to go?

“That I’d come back.”

Beau: It took one short summer to fall in love with Maverick Mitchell and fifteen long years to forget him when he left. I’d never expected to see him again, but when he shows up at Mimi’s funeral looking lost and lonely I can’t resist doing anything I can to comfort him. Falling into bed with Maverick is easy and the nights we spend together are as hot and steamy as a South Carolina thunderstorm.

I know it's not smart. I know it's not what he planned. But dammit, Mav belongs in my arms, in my bed, and in my life. So how the hell do I get him to stay?

“Took you long enough.”

Fair warning: Moving Maverick is a 73k word gay romance novel featuring sweet tea vodka, fancy salt and pepper shakers, guys catching crabs (not that kind), Aunt Tilly with a knife, and multiple detailed instances of man parts touching.

Moving Maverick is the fifth book in the best-selling Made Marian series. It can be read on its own but is much more fun read as part of the series. The series begins with Borrowing Blue and each book follows a Marian brother's search for his HEA.


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  • Printlengte: 279 pagina's
  • Aantal pagina's van bron-ISBN: 1544606397
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  • Taal: Engels
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Meest waardevolle klantenrecensies op (bèta) (er kunnen recensies van Early Reviewer Rewards-programma bij zitten) 4.6 van 5 sterren 142 recensies
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5.0 van 5 sterren My heart has a happy :) 6 maart 2017
door myvicariouslife - Gepubliceerd op
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I like reading. I like reading a lot. I've been reading for a really long time (several decades). But you know what? Unlike when I first started reading many many moons ago with a tender heart and fresh perspective, I've found that it's a lot fewer and far between that I fall in love, that when a book is finished I can't just simply move on to a new one, that the characters and their story make me feel warm and fuzzy and smiley all over and just stay with me for days and days later. That I look forward to right after reading, also listening to their audiobook so I can hear them come alive. That I also want to own them in paperback so I can hug them close and pet those pretty pretty covers. That in a couple of months or even weeks I want to re-read the story, not because I've forgotten, but because I remember. Moving Maverick is the fifth book in Lucy Lennox's Made Marian series and the fifth time that this has happened to me. I fall in love with all of her characters. I smile big cheesy smiles during all of her books. I laugh out loud and have been exiled from reading in bed at night when the SO is asleep. I've wanted to hug the hurt out of several of her men and in this book I needed a hug too. I want to be best friends with everyone in this family. The world needs the Marians'.

Besides lovable characters, stories infused with interesting little details about work, or locations, quirks, and endearing small casual shows of affection (massaging a foot or rubbing a calf while cuddling on the couch), humor and witty banter, intelligence and thoughtful motivations, I have been greatly impressed and extremely appreciative of the consistency in writing. These books have been coming out fast. I love that because of course I'm impatient to read another great story and fall in love again, but if I have to wait longer for a book in order to guarantee quality than of course I'd rather wait. But these books? they have not suffered one bit for how swiftly they've been produced. They are amazing, each one in it's own way, and that is a true testament to the talent of this author. I don't expect this pace to necessarily last, but what it has done, is reassured me that I won't be falling out of love with Lucy Lennox and her stories. I have a few authors I adore and if I couldn't read anything new by anyone else ever again, I would be just fine with only reading their stories because they have proven their talent and love for what they do. They are not writing to just write. They love and care for the subjects of their stories. I don't have to worry when the next book comes out in a series if it's worth the money. If I'm going to enjoy it. I know because of who wrote it. And Lucy Lennox is one of those few authors who fall into that category. Her books are must reads. Re-reads. Go to reads. Going out of my mind waiting to read. No matter how I personally feel, it will be a good time read.

I don't go into specifics of a story in my reviews because that's what a blurb is for. Because I know other reviewers will have that covered. I'm not looking to closely inspect and dissect the story. What I want you to know is:

Did I fall in love? Yes, my heart has been stolen.

Would I re-read? Absolutely! over and over.

Were there moments- sad, funny, sweet, fantasy fueling- that I replay? You betcha.

Was it worth the money? I've received each book as an arc, and I've bought each book anyway. This book is no exception.
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5.0 van 5 sterren Mav creates nutzels and finds everything he needs 8 maart 2017
door Nameher - Gepubliceerd op
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When a new Marian family story is released it feels like a holiday - a guaranteed joyful, loving reading day. This story, like the others is a true love story involving two men, in this case two men who were best friends during the summers of their childhood, until their mid teen years. Now, I'll admit that Maverick is pretty set in his ways and not entirely loveable in the beginning. He can be funny as heck but so darned closed in. Beau, his childhood bestie, has all the charisma that Mav appears to lack and Beau has memories of the Maverick that he loved as a teen and he has a plan. Watch out for the little rabbit carvings throughout the island....

This is primarily the story of Maverick Mitchell who was adopted into the Marian family after he lost his parents as a young teenager. He has many fond memories of time spent with his grandmother on the beach at Rabbit Island, South Carolina during his childhood and never understood, when his parents died unexpectedly, why Mimi refused to take him in. She let him go to a foster home and he never spoke to her again. Ever. Now, Mav is called to South Carolina to deal with his inheritance following his grandmother's death. She abandoned him when he needed her, when his parent's died and he doesn't need anything from her now. Maverick has not been successful in love, not romantic love and certainly his grandmother didn't love him....or did she?

There is perhaps less of the Marian family in this story than some others but the humor that you found in the earlier Marian stories is here. Mav is a collector of salt shaker sets and the dialogue about specific shakers is chill.

I love this author, the series, the covers and most of all the love.
3 van 3 mensen vonden de volgende recensie nuttig
5.0 van 5 sterren Marians Moving Right Along 16 maart 2017
door Bo - Gepubliceerd op
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This edition of the "Marian Men Make Mayhem" is as languid as a humid day on Rabbit Island in South Carolina. And, if you try to rush through it, you will not get what is at its heart: a slow building love story that features another Marian brother who simply can't see the forest for the trees.

Go slow. Take a few chapters at a time, narrated alternately by Maverick Marian and Beau Talmadge and you will not only get the flavor of the place, but also Beau's strength.

The elephant in the room and central mystery of the book--why Maverick's grandmother Mimi did not raise him after his parents died--is not addressed until almost three quarters of the way through, and then it seems as though we've jumped on a water slide. Not that the pace picks up--it's just that all the cute tricks Lucy Lennox has set up in the book start flowing toward a completely mushy (in a good way) climax (oops) and denouement, and ending.

The final book will feature the youngest Marian, Dante, and this this book may have given us a hint of where it might go. We shall see. Meanwhile, this one is a nice companion for your brandy.
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5.0 van 5 sterren Another great book. 15 maart 2017
door Roxana Ockenfels. - Gepubliceerd op
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What is there to say about this book it's 'AWESOME'. I read each book in the Marian series several times each book is worth in gold. This particular story is to teach us that love one can carry through out a beautiful lifetime. This one has a beautiful ending. Please keep doing this beautiful book is great for a human soul.
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4.0 van 5 sterren 3.5 stars 3 april 2017
door Annie Allen - Gepubliceerd op
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Although I love the characters, the reason for their separation was hard to believe. I came up with many reasons it didn't work but the two main ones were his grandmother had plenty of money and friends to deal with any problem that came along. Just not my favourite but will read the next one.