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  1. 5 out of 5

    Diane

    I started reading this series at Jeremiah’s story. Now I have finished the first three brothers stories. First story is Rhett and Evelyn, Rhett marries Evelyn to help her keep her business with one condition, no matchmaking involving his brothers. As her business is matchmaking this may be difficult. Tripp and Ivory’s story involves him marring her so she can keep her son. Ivory needs to learn to trust herself and Tripp. I enjoyed this story the best. Liam and Callie’s story was about her almost l I started reading this series at Jeremiah’s story. Now I have finished the first three brothers stories. First story is Rhett and Evelyn, Rhett marries Evelyn to help her keep her business with one condition, no matchmaking involving his brothers. As her business is matchmaking this may be difficult. Tripp and Ivory’s story involves him marring her so she can keep her son. Ivory needs to learn to trust herself and Tripp. I enjoyed this story the best. Liam and Callie’s story was about her almost losing her ranch. Liam marries her to help her keep the ranch. I didn’t like this one as much because Liam was very insecure and never consulted Callie about any of the Reno’s he was doing even though he kept saying this was her ranch. All in all they are a good start to the series, I have enjoyed the rest of the brothers stories as well and would recommend this series.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Kitten Peters

    Wow I really e noted this xerirs. Covering three of the brothers in a bundle was awesome as you did not have to wait for another nook. I am a copy to get to the next of the Walker brothers. Romance heartbreak and a few years in all these stories

  3. 5 out of 5

    Kathleen Bruce

    Nice clean reading All three stories kept your attention. The plots were similar yet different. The hero's are what every woman dreams of, strong and loving. The heroines are a little to needy and cry a lot. Many times through all three stories I wanted to shake some sense into them. Billionaire stories need more research. Why would they need to book first class on a public plane? Even a low key billionaire can own a luxury plane whereas they fly in style and not cramped. I'm looking forward to J Nice clean reading All three stories kept your attention. The plots were similar yet different. The hero's are what every woman dreams of, strong and loving. The heroines are a little to needy and cry a lot. Many times through all three stories I wanted to shake some sense into them. Billionaire stories need more research. Why would they need to book first class on a public plane? Even a low key billionaire can own a luxury plane whereas they fly in style and not cramped. I'm looking forward to Jeremiah's story yet not so much to Whitney. From the sneak review she has a weakness for another man who she knows is wrong for her. If she uses Jeremiah even unintentionally I'm not sure I'll be able to finish the story.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Michaela

    Rhett: Evvy's matchmaking reminds me of Hitch - my husband and I love that movie! I'll admit that I started this series with Liam's book and read through the end before coming back to the beginning for Rhett's HEA. 100% you should start at the beginning of the series. I loved getting to know the earlier versions of characters I’ve come to love. The brothers’ start in Three Rivers, our introduction to the town and the sisters. A wonderful, clean romance that sets up a great series. Tripp: I loved th Rhett: Evvy's matchmaking reminds me of Hitch - my husband and I love that movie! I'll admit that I started this series with Liam's book and read through the end before coming back to the beginning for Rhett's HEA. 100% you should start at the beginning of the series. I loved getting to know the earlier versions of characters I’ve come to love. The brothers’ start in Three Rivers, our introduction to the town and the sisters. A wonderful, clean romance that sets up a great series. Tripp: I loved this installment in the series. I actually read it last as I started the series with the 3rd book - I most certainly do NOT recommend that. So, I knew all of these characters and their outcomes and futures before ever starting the book, however, that really didn't make it any less impactful. It was full of amazing characters and life lessons. Second and third and fifth and seventh chances - love gives every chance, every day, and it keeps on giving. Liam: The first book of the series I’ve read and the first book by this author. I loved it and can’t wait to read more! An amazing Christian, clean, well put together and thought out romance with a beautiful setting, deep characters, and a lovely spirit. If the other books are written like this one, I’d definitely suggest reading them in order.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Sherry Lensing

    Almost finished. I've enjoyed the sweet stories and the Christian values and praying in the books. Nice to have Christian books. Almost finished. I've enjoyed the sweet stories and the Christian values and praying in the books. Nice to have Christian books.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Franki

    If you are looking for an escape into a beautiful countryside and a prince in rugged blue jeans, the Walkers are the perfect fix. Each brother is hard-working and swoon-worthy! This is such a fun sweet series. Each brother’s story gets a happily ever after, but they continue offering insight into the other brothers’ burgeoning and onward developing stories!

  7. 4 out of 5

    E

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Dnf after book 1. The writing was sloppy, difficult to read, and had massive consistency problems. One of my pet peeves is hard to read dialogue, when it’s not abundantly clear who is saying what because of the writing and let’s just say this book grinder my gears. It was also hard to read the “text” conversations too, which is equally annoying. As far as consistency, there was a lot of conflicting descriptions. Characters would say one thing and then do another. Then there were the actual cont Dnf after book 1. The writing was sloppy, difficult to read, and had massive consistency problems. One of my pet peeves is hard to read dialogue, when it’s not abundantly clear who is saying what because of the writing and let’s just say this book grinder my gears. It was also hard to read the “text” conversations too, which is equally annoying. As far as consistency, there was a lot of conflicting descriptions. Characters would say one thing and then do another. Then there were the actual continuity errors. One paragraph said “the ring would be ready after Christmas.” Then the next paragraph literally said “today’s Christmas and I’m going to propose with the ring I bought.” HOW?!? how did that slip by before going to publishing? It was almost like this was a first draft that no one proof read. The men were swoony and I actually liked the characters and plot, but the physical writing was too much to overcome in order to read the rest.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Busybeth76

    Fake Brides Galore This collection of three books featuring three marriages happening with men who are strong, rich and honest and women stubborn enough to not know what's best for them. Well written and plotted these first three books are entertaining, loving and sometimes frustrating. The seven Walker brothers have renovated and rebuilt the Seven Sons Ranch just outside Three Rivers, Texas. And they are next door to Shining Star Ranch and the three sisters that live there. Each book follows a s Fake Brides Galore This collection of three books featuring three marriages happening with men who are strong, rich and honest and women stubborn enough to not know what's best for them. Well written and plotted these first three books are entertaining, loving and sometimes frustrating. The seven Walker brothers have renovated and rebuilt the Seven Sons Ranch just outside Three Rivers, Texas. And they are next door to Shining Star Ranch and the three sisters that live there. Each book follows a sister bonding with one of the brothers. Each story is an interesting journey of two people learning to trust and love each other. I'm excited to read the remainder of this series.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Karen J Baker

    Texas gentlemen. Penny Walker raised all seven of her sons right!!! Handsome, hard-working, God fearing, and totally there for each other men who all have the same problem -women! They haven't had the best of luck with women in the past. The oldest, Rhett buys a large ranch to give the all a place to come home to and start fresh. Follow each of them as they find a woman who needs help in some way and they are just the guys to solve their problems. See how an offer of a "fake" marriage by each of Texas gentlemen. Penny Walker raised all seven of her sons right!!! Handsome, hard-working, God fearing, and totally there for each other men who all have the same problem -women! They haven't had the best of luck with women in the past. The oldest, Rhett buys a large ranch to give the all a place to come home to and start fresh. Follow each of them as they find a woman who needs help in some way and they are just the guys to solve their problems. See how an offer of a "fake" marriage by each of the Walker men will help everyone find love and their HEA!! Best series I have read on a long time.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Dorothey Thompson

    I enjoyed these three stories. They were entertaining and funny at times. This family of sisters were watching over the ranch next door, and understanding that one of the brothers was coming to start taking care of the ranch. They were on the property, and a tornado was coming. They ran and got into the cellar of the house and guess what? The brother had arrived and was in the cellar. You will enjoy this story.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Ruth

    Hmmm. 7 brothers, 3 of whom marry perfect strangers in "fake" weddings so the billionaire husband can pick up the bills. No pre-nuptials. Go figure. Putting all of that aside, the characters are likable, and there is a spiritual element to the books. I've gone on to read the 4th book, but he, too, is marrying a stranger in a "fake" wedding. Seven brothers, all billionaires - I was hoping for a change in theme. Hmmm. 7 brothers, 3 of whom marry perfect strangers in "fake" weddings so the billionaire husband can pick up the bills. No pre-nuptials. Go figure. Putting all of that aside, the characters are likable, and there is a spiritual element to the books. I've gone on to read the 4th book, but he, too, is marrying a stranger in a "fake" wedding. Seven brothers, all billionaires - I was hoping for a change in theme.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Cynthia

    I Loved This start If this series. Liz hooks you with the first book with getting to know the characters of this series, but she brings together in characters from her other series that are from the same community. Three brothers find love after moving to the ranch. They all have been hurt and are taking time to find happiness.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Anne Nelson

    An excellent read I loved this set of stories. Each different and unique, yet the characters weave throughout the series. Sweet love stories that keep the pages turning quickly, with characters you come to love and cheer on as you read (I did anyway). ;-) Take these anywhere and curl up in a corner or stretch out on the beach, you're in for a treat. An excellent read I loved this set of stories. Each different and unique, yet the characters weave throughout the series. Sweet love stories that keep the pages turning quickly, with characters you come to love and cheer on as you read (I did anyway). ;-) Take these anywhere and curl up in a corner or stretch out on the beach, you're in for a treat.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Jama Conner

    Wow! I want a Walker brother to sweep me off my feet!! Touching stories about love, forgiveness, and major angst!! The brothers move the Three Rivers and meet the Foster sisters. That's where the fun begins!! Wow! I want a Walker brother to sweep me off my feet!! Touching stories about love, forgiveness, and major angst!! The brothers move the Three Rivers and meet the Foster sisters. That's where the fun begins!!

  15. 5 out of 5

    Mary Ann Speel

    So enjoyed all three books. Loved all the characters (H/h) and the families. Each story is different but connected. Characters are not perfect but love their families. The H’s are really giving men who work and give even if they didn’t need to do it. Recommend these books to all.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Sheila Dugan

    Fun to get to know the Walker Brothers I enjoy reading family sagas and this one (3 actually) about the wonderful Walker Brothers was fun to read and I would enjoy reading more about this family.;-)

  17. 4 out of 5

    Delbora Dixon-Green

    Great Stories I got this book in my library and actually forgot I had it while I ordered and read each book in the series individually. I gave each book 5 stars and since these are the same stories, I give it 5 stars also.

  18. 4 out of 5

    dorman E. Watts

    Kind generous men described as sensitiv s mart sexy funny I found the women seemed weak in this book S till I get to enjoy reading good books like These I Will read the rest of

  19. 4 out of 5

    CMegow

    Seven Sons Ranch 3 stories in one box set What a great series. I ordered the box set to try it out. I love Liz stories. Can’t wait to start the next story in the series. Don’t miss out on this series. You are going to love it too.

  20. 4 out of 5

    NAomi davis

    Love those Walkers Just great reading.Good characters and story lines. What about Liam &Callies family. Does Jerimam and Whitney get together Who is Wyatt seeing?

  21. 4 out of 5

    Marilyn

    Good This series of stories about the seven brothers who come to live in a ranch after having lost in previous relation.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Dartha DeWoody

    I loved this book set And I love Christian books especially if they're romantic. I loved this book set And I love Christian books especially if they're romantic.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Cheryl Fisher

    Fun romnce Each Walker brother story is a fun read. It Maj s you want to find out what will happen next to their feelings.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Holly Hollyday

    Love the book Some places too wordy. Sentences too redundant. I will-read all the others in the collection. I like books about Texas ranches!

  25. 5 out of 5

    Mary Warren

    Great book loved it will recommend it to my reading friends!💕💕💕💕💕📚📚📚📚📚

  26. 4 out of 5

    Sarah Hagemeister

    While I enjoyed the simple love story with life on a ranch, I found a lot of repetition. Not only in story line, but in descriptions of things happening. I find that annoying.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Peni

    Please see individual stories for review.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Brenda Day

    I love these stories of faith and love the characters are great and well worth reading. I can’t walk to read the other brothers stories and see how the family is doing.

  29. 4 out of 5

    vicky Morrison

    Enjoyed all

  30. 4 out of 5

    vicki carnicle

    Seven sons ranch A great and exciting book of a cowboy story of seven sons who find fake brides to marry then watch them turn in to true love

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