Friday, October 24, 2014

Georgia Knights by Julia Talbot



Title: Georgia Knights
Author: Julia Talbot
Publisher: Torquere Press
Pages:  162
Genre: MMf, contemporary
Reviewer: Redz





Publisher’s Blurb
When anthropologist Georgia Cortez heads to rural Georgia from New Mexico, she’s on the trail of a juicy old legend. Haley Falls seems like just the place for old-time ghost stories and spooky hauntings, but she’s on the hunt for something far rarer, a survival of an old sect of medieval knights.
Caid and Alton are Haley Fall natives, and they used to be best friends. A falling out years ago ended in them not speaking, even after Alt left town and returned older, if not wiser. They unite when it comes to a nosy scholar like Georgia picking apart their heritage, and putting their whole town in danger. When boys meet girl, though, they decide wooing is far better than scaring the lady off, and they set about distracting Georgia in the best way.
While their three way romance heats up, so does the intrigue in Haley Falls, until the three of them are facing a danger far worse than falling in love with each other.






Review:
Georgia is a cultural anthropologist from New Mexico looking into the legends of the falls. Caid Chevalier is mechanic who has never left the sleepy little town of Haley Falls. Alton Caballo always had a thing for Caid but could never get Caid to look at him twice. 
When they both want Georgia as their own they decide to team up and both use their skills to win the pretty lady.   Julia Talbot brings a great cast of characters together in Georgia Knights. 
I like how everyone has a very distinct personality that you really start to like.  The heat between the characters is great as well. The arc of the story kept me reading and wanting more.  I do like a book I can sink into and want more of Georgia Knights does that for me. I liked meeting the sleepy little town of Haley Falls. They people that live there made me smile and really cheer for them.   
I liked this ménage for many reason, the biggest being no one felt unnecessary or left out.  That can be hard to do, but everyone in this book has chemistry together which I loved. I would like to visit Haley Falls again, I hope there are more books in this little town. 

                              Five Shooting stars!!


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