JORDAN by Lori Foster

October 13, 2009 Lori Foster 5

Author: Lori Foster

  • Mass Market Paperback: 224 pages
  • Publisher: Harlequin (March 13, 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0373198612
  • ISBN-13: 978-0373198610


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 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?


I so needed a break from paranormal books for the moment. Off I went to the library and found this book. A true romance novel! Hot male? Check. Needy female? Check. Romance? Check. What really caught my attention in this book is the actual romantic story. It was a story that captured true characters that you would see in everyday life. Georgia was a single mom of 2 small children with her mom living with her who is sick. She worked as a dancer at a bar to make ends meet. Jordan was a well respected, single male of the town, and of course as in all romance novels, sexy to boot! He was even a Veterinarian. He falls in love with Georgia as soon as he meets her, and likewise when she meets him. She struggles with depending on a man to take care of her family and he struggles with wanting to be a family man instead of staying a bachelor. Typical romance and just what I needed. There are a few steamy scenes, but I like those. Just putting it out there in case you don’t like those kind of scenes. This book moved along smoothly and now I must find the rest of the books in this series.


Outstanding Book! A definite favorite!

5 Responses to “JORDAN by Lori Foster”

  1. Blanche

    I LOVE the Buckhorn Brothers series!! Casey was the hardest for me to find but after being on the waitlist at PBS for almost 6 months I got it!! 🙂 Great review of a wonderful book!!

  2. Anna ♥

    This is my first Lori Foster series and I loved it! Sawyer was my favorite of the brothers. Your review suddenly gives me the urge to re-read the series!

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