Editorial Reviews. Review. Stars and a Top Pick from RT Book Reviews! ” Book three in the Connaghers series will delight readers whether or not they have. : Yours To Take (The Connaghers) (Volume 3) (): Joely Sue Burkhart: Books. The day one of her old clients gunned down a cop, former defense attorney Vicki Connagher lost everything—her passion for justice, and her.
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The man worships the ground Vicki walks on, willing to do anything she asks for a bit of attention.
REVIEW: Yours to Take by Joely Sue Burkhart
This is a demo store for testing purposes — no orders shall be fulfilled. Can Elias set aside his pride to be with Vicki and give her what she needs, which is Jesse, in order to be with her? Vicki had nurkhart much deeper sexual relationship with Elias, and at bburkhart it seemed as if she favored him over Jesse in a lot of situations.
Or will she try her chance at love with Jesse? Being a detective that lost his partner, his heart is all hard and very little soft. No strings attached, no judging. Both in her bed, and in her heart.
: Yours To Take (The Connaghers) (Volume 3) (): Joely Sue Burkhart: Books
Also it should have been longer. Having not seen Elias in months, Vicki is getting along. What a tasty treat indeed!
Vicki and Elias’ dynamic and relationship was explosive, it was tangible, and it was felt with every word on each page.
Jesse knew he was in love with Vicki, part of the reason he sought her out. Burkhart did a good job establishing that there were things these people would have to work out. Her boyfriend, Elias, stopped seeing her, leaving her to believe he blamed her for what happened.
One person found this helpful. To say that they haven’t been on good terms for months is putting it burkyart.
She left her job tl live out her dream of starting her own fashion line, but heartache is her only companion. Thanks for telling us about the problem. As the stress of creating her own line starts to weigh her down, a ray of light walks into her life; Jesse, a homeless artist has not only the gift of art but he brings out the protective, Vicki Connagher spent her formative years becoming a lawyer and striving to move ahead at her firm, even though she knew she was setting criminals free.
Now designing her own fashion line, Vicki run into another blast from her legal days in the form of the street artist she used to visit, Jesse.
The only question remaining is if her tough alpha cop is willing to embrace all that she is Joely Sue Burkhart’s talent in creating such compelling characters and an engaging story is well worth your time. This was a 3. Elias is a true Alpha male. She’s so addicted to reading that her family frequently threatens to host an intervention. Put them all in the same room, and all she can do is hesitate and worry about what the men want.
She left her taks to live out her dream aue starting her own fashion line, but heartache is her only companion. I was hooked by this book, but I will warn you that it does not make for comfortable reading.
Basically, Elias is a detective whose partner was killed by a criminal Vicki defended. Overall pretty good, but I wanted a little more depth to feelings, emotions, conflict, intensity, the characters fighting their true natures, esp.
Review – Yours to Take by Joely Sue Burkhart
It was strictly about Elias and Jesses separate love for Vicki. I love youra Elias and Jesse have their own ways of loving and protecting Vicki. The struggles between the three is well done. His submissive flirting brings out dominant tendencies she never knew she possessed, yet she hesitates to let him take her as far and as hard as she wants to go. As the days go by, the three work out an uneasy alliance.
She is such an amazing and wonderful woman.
Joely Sue Burkhart is the first in quite a long time to be in that very sparsely joelly category for me. As the days go by, the three work out an uneasy alliance. Crazily, this tiny subgenre of a subgenre of a subgenre actually has a whole established set of “usual ways” to achieve this one tiny thing, undermining the dominance of female leads.