Gage is part of the Barringer Brothers series but can be read as a standalone.
After nearly losing his friend in a logging accident, Gage Barringer is convinced now more than ever that he needs to find a different job. But his side business of breaking colts at the small Montana ranch he inherited from his grandfather doesn't earn him enough money. He has his mind set on running The Raven's Nest, a popular bar and restaurant near his ranch. The original owner has died and Gage is waiting for it to be put up for sale. But there is a five-foot-four, brown eyed, obstacle in his way, an obstacle with lips made for sin and a voice made for breaking hearts. And Summer Donovan is one road block Gage Barringer won't be able to find a way around.
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Gage is the very first book that I have read by Tess Oliver and I will keep on reading her books because it gave me everything that I looked for in a story. Drama, which was what, was surrounding Gage and Summer. Gage who was just a love them and leave them kind of man and Summer who encountered the ultimate betrayal by her boyfriend. We get to see these two come together in a story that will not only have you feeling satisfied with outcome but you will have times where you are doubled over in laughter. Here go the next thing that I love about a book; if it makes me laugh it’s a keeper. We have Gage who is serious all the time and all about business, then we have Summer, even though she was facing so many different obstacles she still made time to make fun of certain situations and I loved that. Then we have Gage’s brother, omg he had me in stitches, then she threw Jericho in the mix and I was a happy camper. Tess also did not skim on the sex scenes, can you say hot, yes hotter than ever. I really and truly did not want Summer and Gage’s story to end but I have a feeling we’ll be getting a glimpse of them in the near future. I really hope Seth will be getting his own book soon, *wink* *wink* Tess. Thank you so much for sharing Gage, Summer and the gang with us, you did not disappoint at all.
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