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While local Fire Chief Brody Boudreau has his hands full with a series of suspected arsons plaguing his small town of Shiloh Springs, he finds it impossible to stop thinking about its newest resident. When Beth Stewart’s ex-husband escapes from behind bars and threatens her and her young daughter, can Brody protect the woman he’s come to love, or will he lose his chance at While local Fire Chief Brody Boudreau has his hands full with a series of suspected arsons plaguing his small town of Shiloh Springs, he finds it impossible to stop thinking about its newest resident. When Beth Stewart’s ex-husband escapes from behind bars and threatens her and her young daughter, can Brody protect the woman he’s come to love, or will he lose his chance at happiness before it even begins?


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While local Fire Chief Brody Boudreau has his hands full with a series of suspected arsons plaguing his small town of Shiloh Springs, he finds it impossible to stop thinking about its newest resident. When Beth Stewart’s ex-husband escapes from behind bars and threatens her and her young daughter, can Brody protect the woman he’s come to love, or will he lose his chance at While local Fire Chief Brody Boudreau has his hands full with a series of suspected arsons plaguing his small town of Shiloh Springs, he finds it impossible to stop thinking about its newest resident. When Beth Stewart’s ex-husband escapes from behind bars and threatens her and her young daughter, can Brody protect the woman he’s come to love, or will he lose his chance at happiness before it even begins?

30 review for Brody

  1. 5 out of 5

    Marti

    Brody by Kathy Ivan is the third book in a new series called Texas Boudreau Brotherhood. The Boudreau brothers are all adopted children by Douglas and Ms Patti. Brody is the fire chief in Shiloh Spring. He is suspicious of the number of fires recently in his area, especially the newest one. Beth is Tessa’s sister. She has just had a horrible time with her ex husband and his stealing money and trying to kill Tessa. Beth and her daughter, Jamie have moved out to Shiloh Spring to be near family. Be Brody by Kathy Ivan is the third book in a new series called Texas Boudreau Brotherhood. The Boudreau brothers are all adopted children by Douglas and Ms Patti. Brody is the fire chief in Shiloh Spring. He is suspicious of the number of fires recently in his area, especially the newest one. Beth is Tessa’s sister. She has just had a horrible time with her ex husband and his stealing money and trying to kill Tessa. Beth and her daughter, Jamie have moved out to Shiloh Spring to be near family. Beth is struggling with money and moving forward. Brody, he thinks, has a secret crush on her, but his whole family notices and encourages him forward. Luckily Beth decides to take the lead and ask him out. Then her ex husband escapes prison and goes after Jamie. Love those Boudreau boys! Brody by Kathy Ivan is a romantic thriller. The characters, Beth and Brody are fun together. I love the addition of Jamie. The setting and the overwhelming numbers of Bourdreau boys make the story hotly interesting. Brody by Kathy Ivan is a good read.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Beverly McCall

    Brody is the third book in Kathy Ivan's Texas Boudreau Brotherhood. In it we meet our lead characters--Bess Stewart and Brody Boudreau. Bess is Tessa's sister. Although she was introduced and appeared in the other two books; she now is the lead character. Here, readers witness her attempts at resurrecting a meaningful life in Shiloh Springs for both herself and her daughter. However, her past still haunts her especially her ex-husband, Evan. Brody Boudreau is the town's Fire Chief. He has been i Brody is the third book in Kathy Ivan's Texas Boudreau Brotherhood. In it we meet our lead characters--Bess Stewart and Brody Boudreau. Bess is Tessa's sister. Although she was introduced and appeared in the other two books; she now is the lead character. Here, readers witness her attempts at resurrecting a meaningful life in Shiloh Springs for both herself and her daughter. However, her past still haunts her especially her ex-husband, Evan. Brody Boudreau is the town's Fire Chief. He has been interested in Bess since he first saw her but refrained from advancing in order to give her time to heal and get on her feet. He adores her little girl, Jamie, who he calls Honey Bear. Despite his growing feelings for Bess, Brody faces a series of arsons and is determined to find out who the arsonist is. He struggles to balance his time between solving his arsonist's problem and getting the woman he desires and loves. What will happen to them? Will they end up together? Will their journey be smooth or rough? Will Bess finally rid herself of Evan? Will Brody discover who the arsonist is? To find out, you have to read this contemporary, sweet western romance. I enjoyed the way Ms. Ivan created her characters. I loved that they were multi-layered and she revealed their dreams, strengths, and vulnerabilities. She allows readers to journey along with her characters as they work out their fears and challenges. I also appreciated Ms. Ivan's use of literary devices such as point of view, dialog, and descriptive language. Through the dialog and their internal dialog readers are provided an opportunity to get to know them better, to truly understand their personalities and to get their backstories. The banter between Jamie and Beth is priceless especially in the scene when Jamie declares, "I can't pick you up, Mommy. You're a grow'd up. You're too big..." I also liked the way Ms. Ivan differentiated between the dialog between characters and the internal dialog by off setting the text in italics. I was intrigued with the way she used point of view. She shifted between third person point of view and a dual point of view approach. The third person point of view provides the backstories. In this story, particularly, we learned more about the patriarch of the family. The dual point of view familiarizes readers with their past histories and their dreams. Lastly, her use of descriptive language painted vivid and realistic scenes. For example phrases such as "being mired in a pit of quicksand financially and emotionally." Here we really feel Beth's despair. I also enjoyed the way Ms. Ivan blended two suspense plots together. The first being Evan's intense desire for revenge based on his greed as he pursues Beth to get what he wants. The second is Brody's search for the identity of the arsonist. If you want to read a suspense romance then you should read this one. I'm pretty sure I'm going to continue reading the of in this series as I'm intrigued to learn more about the rest of the Boudreau clan.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Katherine Horvath

    Brody: I Love how caring all the brothers are but how all are different in many ways. I love how all of them serve in different ways to do with their careers. Brody maybe the Fire Cheif and gathers all the evidence for fires that may be suspicious before he comes to a conclusion. I love how Beth is such a great mother. Brody and Beth have a connection that neither one was expecting but happen but they were not realizing it until it was right there and once everything was taken care of with her e Brody: I Love how caring all the brothers are but how all are different in many ways. I love how all of them serve in different ways to do with their careers. Brody maybe the Fire Cheif and gathers all the evidence for fires that may be suspicious before he comes to a conclusion. I love how Beth is such a great mother. Brody and Beth have a connection that neither one was expecting but happen but they were not realizing it until it was right there and once everything was taken care of with her ex. Great story and writing.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Ginny Pearson

    Evan is the chief of the fire department. They have had some fired that look like arson. Beth and her daughter have moved to Shiloh Springs. She is Tessa's sister. She is still dealing with the fallout from her divorce. She is beyond broke and it is escalating. Beth finally broke down and asked Brody out on a date. When they were leaving, she receives a call that her ex has escaped prison. The hint is on. Will her ex be found before he finds them? Will Beth and Brody finally go on a date? Evan is the chief of the fire department. They have had some fired that look like arson. Beth and her daughter have moved to Shiloh Springs. She is Tessa's sister. She is still dealing with the fallout from her divorce. She is beyond broke and it is escalating. Beth finally broke down and asked Brody out on a date. When they were leaving, she receives a call that her ex has escaped prison. The hint is on. Will her ex be found before he finds them? Will Beth and Brody finally go on a date?

  5. 4 out of 5

    Linda Rimer-Como

    The story line keeps you engaged from start to finish as another Boudreau brother finds love. The characters have intense connections and there are strong family bonds throughout. Great addition to this amazing series and I highly recommend it. I voluntarily read and reviewed this book; all opinions expressed are my own.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Gloria Markus

    Nail biter Beth and Brody are attracted to each other from their first meeting. Beth’s ex, Evan Stewart, tried to kill her, her sister and Rafe and Brody. All of it due to greed. Beth moves across country to be near her sister. Evan escapes from jail and everything goes haywire.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Donna Flint

    Someone is setting fires in his town, and Brody has to figure out who it is and why they are doing it. In the mean time, Evan has broken out of jail and he's coming for his ex. The whole family are going to circle their wagons to keep Beth and Jamie, Beth's four year old daughter, safe. Another wonderful story with a HEA. I never would have guessed who the arsonist was. Someone is setting fires in his town, and Brody has to figure out who it is and why they are doing it. In the mean time, Evan has broken out of jail and he's coming for his ex. The whole family are going to circle their wagons to keep Beth and Jamie, Beth's four year old daughter, safe. Another wonderful story with a HEA. I never would have guessed who the arsonist was.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Rayleen Zahra

    must read book... love this series and can not wait for the rest of the family stories. Kathy has a way of weaving a great storyline where service and love of family (bound by choice not blood) and community is strong.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Michelle

    WOW! O. M. G.! Well written story and well developed characters! Terror and romance! Danger and love! Laughter and hate! This book has it all!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Glenda Bettin

    Great series

  11. 5 out of 5

    Yvonne Schmidt

    Wow #3 Same could not but the book down heading for 4 the stories keep me on the edge waiting to see what happens. Thank you

  12. 5 out of 5

    Rebecca Eddy

    another home run in this series

  13. 4 out of 5

    Marie

    Gutted! I was really looking forward to this book, the plot, the twists and turns are possibly the best of the series but no matter how good the plot is and how strong the characters are this book needs a good editor. It is absolutely littered with typos, incorrect words and missing words. Two examples: 'I thought this nightmare was over when Evan when to prison' There is a very big difference between 'when' and 'went'. The second 'He'd left behind a disaster in the making, and he couldn't help w Gutted! I was really looking forward to this book, the plot, the twists and turns are possibly the best of the series but no matter how good the plot is and how strong the characters are this book needs a good editor. It is absolutely littered with typos, incorrect words and missing words. Two examples: 'I thought this nightmare was over when Evan when to prison' There is a very big difference between 'when' and 'went'. The second 'He'd left behind a disaster in the making, and he couldn't help wonderful how they'd manage to disarm the situation ' 'wonderful' instead of 'wondering' (I am guessing) really? Not even similar. These sentences, and numerous more, clearly make no sense, it is as if the book has not been proof read or edited at all . I am now totally torn because I love the Boudreau family and Shiloh Springs, but I feel cheated because I have paid for a book of such poor quality, so do I risk buying book four hoping it is edited like books one and two? Or do I walk away now and not risk my frustration levels and pocket any more?

  14. 5 out of 5

    Jill Grudgings

  15. 5 out of 5

    Debra Lynn

  16. 4 out of 5

    Rose Henlin

  17. 5 out of 5

    MGM

  18. 5 out of 5

    Jane Schonberg

  19. 5 out of 5

    Lori Fox

  20. 5 out of 5

    a m roper

  21. 4 out of 5

    Susanne Scott

  22. 4 out of 5

    Gayle Conway

  23. 5 out of 5

    Shelagh Hickson

  24. 5 out of 5

    Megan Oakley

  25. 4 out of 5

    marilyn

  26. 5 out of 5

    sheila martin

  27. 4 out of 5

    Shawn

  28. 4 out of 5

    Frances black

  29. 5 out of 5

    Denise Hatcher

  30. 4 out of 5

    Karlene S Thompson

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