Jordan Jordan Sommerville was a healer of helpless animals rescuer of strays a man who could seduce a woman with his voice alone Yet he didn t use that power often His brothers kidded that he was holding o

  • Title: Jordan
  • Author: Lori Foster
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  • Jordan Sommerville was a healer of helpless animals, rescuer of strays, a man who could seduce a woman with his voice alone Yet he didn t use that power often His brothers kidded that he was holding out for a paragon of virtue and not many in Buckhorn qualified But then he met Georgia, and broke all his own rules.Georgia Barnes supported herself and her kids as a dancerJordan Sommerville was a healer of helpless animals, rescuer of strays, a man who could seduce a woman with his voice alone Yet he didn t use that power often His brothers kidded that he was holding out for a paragon of virtue and not many in Buckhorn qualified But then he met Georgia, and broke all his own rules.Georgia Barnes supported herself and her kids as a dancer an exotic dancer If Jordan Sommerville didn t like it, he could take a hike So what if he was the most caring, gentle, desirable man she d ever known he was still a man like all the rest Surely he couldn t be as perfect as he looked or could he

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  • Lori Foster

    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.Lori hosts a very special annual Reader Author event in West Chester, Ohio Proceeds from the event have benefited many worthy causes, including the Hamilton County YWCA Battered Women s Shelter, the Animal Adoption Foundation, The Conductive Learning Center for children with spina bifida and cerebral palsy, and The One Way Farm, Children s Home.Each year Lori donates all proceeds from one book to charity You can see the benefit romance books here lorifoster benefit books Career Highlights In 2001, Lori received the prestigious Romantic Times Career Achievement Award for Series Romantic Fantasy In 2002, Lori s book Too Much Temptation was the top selling romance title for books In 2003, Say No To Joe was the second Bestselling Original Contemporary romance title for Waldenbooks In 2004, Lori Foster was a clue in the New York Times crossword puzzle In 2004, The Secret Life of Bryan was the Bestselling Original Contemporary romance title for the BGI group In 2005, Lori received the prestigious Romantic Times Career Achievement Award for Contemporary Romance In 2006, Jude s Law was the Bestselling Romantic Comedy romance title for the BGI group In 2007, Lori launched a new urban fantasy series under the name L.L Foster See on her dark side at llfoster In 2007, Causing Havoc was among s Top Ten Editor s picks in Romance In 2008, Hard to Handle made 2 on The New York Times In 2009, Servant The Acceptance was s 1 Editors Pick in Romance In 2010, Lori was a clue in the USA Today Quick Cross puzzle.


  • Synopsis: Jordan, the most quiet Hudson brother, meets a lady he can't deny in the middle of a loud raucous bar room burlesque. Georgia, the divorced mother of two children, is struggling to make ends meet any way she can--even if it means dancing for town drunks. When Jordan comes to the bar to talk to the owner about controlling his patrons and limiting the beer they're allowed to drink, he gets caught up in Georgia's hectic world. Will Jordan convince Georgia that he is nothing like the other [...]

  • Two-haiku review:She dances in barHe sees her, can't resist herBut she resists himDef read in orderWhole big family involvedVery nice romance

  • This was a fun short book, entertaining. Made me laugh a few times and I got into Jordan and Georgia. I really enjoyed the Buckhorn brothers. And it was fun seeing Jordan dealing with Georgia being a dancer at a seedy bar. Light fun read.

  • Jordan, Town vet, strong silent type, pacifist, Ha! It all changes when he meets Greogia. A single mother of 2 with an ill mother and a job in a disreptable bar. Jordan wants her, bt doesn't want to want her, but he's a goner at the start!This story made me cry happy tears, always the sign of a good boo to me!

  • Book #4 and Jordan, the vet, meets Georgia, the single mom of 2 and exotic dancer. I didn't care for either character. Jordan just wanted her for sex. A lot of this book was spent on a "corny" happy ending(s) of all the other brothers (books 1-3).

  • Setting: family home on large acreage, lake on one side, lots of nature, near small town of Buckhorn, Kentucky with about 700 residents, large summer tourist traffic. 4 adult brothers (with 3 fathers, and 1 tremendous mother) plus 16 year old son of one, living together – and perfect specimens of manhood – in looks, in generosity, in consideration, in fun, in support, in values.Theme: love, obligations, familyCharacters:Jordan Sommerville – a few years have passed – 3 married brothers, o [...]

  • Jordan is the last of his brothers left to be single. The reserved veterinarian with a seductive voice is happy to remain so unless he can find a nice, homey wife like his sisters-in-law. So marriage is the last thing on his mind when he first meets Georgia Barnes at the bar where she's dancing as a stripper. The only thing on his mind is sexd disapproval. That is until he learns her story - that she's a single mom to two kids doing her best to make ends meet and care for her sick mother, and th [...]

  • Not a bad book by any means but my least favorite book of this series. Much of Jordan's character as the quiet caring brother/vetrinarian fails to come out in the telling of this story. While many of his actions show him as a caring, protective man throughout the book his internal monologue and many of his direct conversations portray him driven more by lust than love and true affection for Georgia. As a man I get the whole sex drive/lust/sexual chemistry angle but it seems as though Ms. Foster [...]

  • Reviewed By Whitney@Shooting Stars ReviewsJordan begins when Jordan and several other men go to the new bar that opened up recently right outside of town. There have been several drunks go through town terrorizing animals, and just getting into trouble and the people of Buckhorn are tired of it. But what Jordan didn't expect was to meet Georgia the dancer for the bar. He has an instant attraction to her, and immediately wants to help her. So he enlists the help of his family to bring her and her [...]

  • I really liked reading Jordan's story. It was interesting to get to see another side of and hear more about a character than is known as so easy going, calm, and such in the other books. You also get a to see all of the other loved characters you love in this story.This book and Gabe's story helped me get out of a book slump. I've loved these brothers from book one and this book just helped cement that. I had every plan on starting Casey's story as soon as I was done with this one, but if I hadn [...]

  • So I was surprised that I didn't see more of Jordan's veterinary work in this book. I saw plenty of Morgan's sheriff work and Sawyer's doctor work, but not Jordan's work. I was ok with that. I saw enough of his work in Gabe's book.Anyways. I liked this book. Great story line and backstory for Georgia. I also loved how all the brothers were incorporated into his story. I loved getting to see into their lives because I loved their stories. The only thing I didn't like was that Casey had his story [...]

  • I love this brothers and I will be really sad when they all finish with their lives. Now this is intriguing huh? The girls with children getting the best guys? Haha! Maybe I shouldh! No freaking way! So I really love Georgia though not her name, haha! I feel Shakira all over her and damn it if Shakira isn't a force to be reckoned with. But then I remember Lizzy having an amazing body but Georgia obviously has more rack than them and her being a dancer adds to that. No dancer in this world ain't [...]

  • According to GR and , I’m the only person in the world who didn’t swoon for this book. Ugh. I thought that the last book, Gabe, was lacking. This one’s even worse! There’s basically no character depth. Both of the leads are just big stereotypes and nothing happens in the book. Georgia is a single mother making ends meet by burlesque dancing in a country dive. Blah. Jordon, the strong silent type, steps in to lend a hand when her mother is hospitalized. Blah. He watches her kids, cooks, c [...]

  • Very strange character names in this! A baby boy named Shohne?!? A heroine who is not only named Georgia, but whose first marriage was to a man with the surname of Peach!!!?! Too weird. And absolutely no explanation given. Later: Oh good grief, another Kindle weirdness. I see Georgia's last name is given as Barnes on the cover, but I kid you not, in the e-book it says her husband's last name is Peach. Publisher, do you need to fire some interns or something? Can I get a refund? Can I pay $.25 mo [...]

  • I was a little disappointed with the start of this book as I was a little bored. Had I not already fallen in love with all the brothers and wanted to know how Jordan's love story played out, I would probably have stopped reading. But, I'm so glad I kept going as Jordan & Georgia's story was a great one.I did like how they didn't just jump into bed together immediately, but got to know each other first. Her having kids probably affected that situation a little bit as they weren't alone togeth [...]

  • this was my favorite book in this series so far. it was slightly unrealistic how quickly this relationship moved but it was still good. jordan was great and funny and ironically, there was not much about him being a vet in this book. that is ironic because in the previous three books, all they talked about was him being a vet and his relationship with animals. I guess this was more about his love story and less about his job. this was cute and though it was predictable, I thought it was a much b [...]

  • Os Irmãos de Buckhorn.Jordan.Lori Foster.H.R. Romance 64.2012.Não acredito que já estamos no último irmão, agora só falta o Casey, filho do Sawyer. Vou morrer de saudade sei que tem mais um livro da série, mas mesmo assim, já to com saudade de todos eles.Devo admitir que Jordan seja o meu predileto entre todos os irmãos, porque ele é o mais certinho, o mais regrado é o cheio de moral. Mas quando o negócio é a Georgia ele perde a noção do que é certo ou errado. Adoro vê-lo perder [...]

  • T798 Sep00 Buckhorn Brothers #4 Jordan Somerville has issues with how his father was a drunk who disappeared. His brothers have never felt there was a difference, he was their brother. He meets Georgia Barnes, dancer and waitress, at a bar just over the county line. He's discovered a woman who might change his mind. One he gets to know her, he realizes she's extremely determined to care for her two children and her ill mother. After all her ex and his family has put her through she's not interes [...]

  • This is the fourth in the buckhorn brothers series. Jordan is the quiet brother. One night he visits a neighboring town to attempt to shut down the unruly bar, but is dumbstruck by the dancer, Georgia. She wants nothing to do with him, as she is trying to be independent and support herself, her two children, and her mother. Inevitably she ends up needing Jordan's help, but still resists him. These two just did not seem like a good match, there is a huge age difference, and she is the opposite of [...]

  • Carino ma non quanto i primi tree essendo Jordan il "pacifista" della famiglia era destino che anche la sua storia fosse sottotono XD Come sempre anche qui abbiamo il "colpo di fulmine" con una donna piena di problemi e di sfiducia e per il nostro generoso eroe è un piacere indossare la sua scintillante armatura e aiutarlae lei lo voglia o no! XD Mi è piaciuto molto ritrovare tutta la famiglia Buckhorn, ora tutti sposati e con prole ma con i fratelli sempre unitissimi tra loro! ;D Sono state a [...]

  • I borrowed this book from my friend. I became a Lori Foster fan soon afterwards. The title of this book is "Jordan" but from my opinion, I don't think this book is about him. I think the protagonist in this story is Georgia. The story basically describes her life and how Jordan was an addition to her life. If it was not for the problems with Georgia's mother, Jordan and Georgia may have not continued to see each other. Georgia had this mentality that she can do anything all by herself. Its good [...]

  • This one is not my favorite, although I love Jordan's character in the other books, it wasn't at all what I was electing for his HEA. I love he's a vet and he loves animals a d always takes care of them and his family. Gotta love all the Buckhorn men. But Georgia's character lacked a little, I like she's a exotic dancer but she didn't have the wow Honey and Misty has, she's a amazing women who takes care of her family, and does a amazing job it just I didn't feel the same omg spark with her and [...]

  • This is Book #4 for the Buckhorn Brothers and Jordan, the vet, meets Georgia, a exotic dancer and the single mom of 2 with a heart of gold. Jordan sees Georgia dancing on stage and just wanted her for sex, badly. Georgia's ex left her with a lot of debt and two kids, she has no use for any man and is determined to make it on her own. But Jordan is not just any man and he wins her over being him and his family just loves her to death.

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