Okay I loved these brothers Sam, Gil, and Pete that Lori Foster created, they are hilarious and sensual. The idea behind the book, “The Watson Brothers” again has three short stories that follow each of these brothers as they live their lives but end up finding love in the bargain. The women showing up in their lives were just what they needed.
The first story “My House, My Rules” follows Sam Watson the oldest. He is a tough undercover cop and is thrown together with Ariel who he thinks was his youngest brothers, Pete, ex girlfriend. Ariel is a 24 year old and never had those thoughts about Peter only Sam. She was so in love with him that she would do anything to be with him. Secretly Sam wants her badly as well but he can’t show it until Ariel gives him no choice.
Those two characters battle it out but are so great together. Their chemistry is steamy and I thought it was very funny how Ariel will not back down from Sam. She likes to throw herself at Sam hoping that it will wear him down.
The second story is “Bringing Up Baby” is about Gil Watson the middle brother. As his older brother Sam, Gil also has been known to be a man of many woman. His last real relationship was with a woman three years ago, Shelly, which to disbelief has produced a daughter, Nicole. Shelly’s roommate Anabel has been bringing up the child as her own. He is contacted as by Anabel. Shelly is dead and Anabel needs Gil’s help. Anabel wants Gil’s help but she wants him as well, has wanted him for three years. She hopes that Gil would find a way to love her.
I loved Anabel’s character. She fights for the ones she loves and will do anything she needs. Gil is loveable and a man that needs a strong woman to help, which he finds with Anabel’s help.
The last story is “Good With His Hands”. Pete the youngest brother has his turn. He has dated over and over but the one girl he wants is Cassidy McClannahan. He has known her about a year but has stayed in the friend zone. Pete didn’t know it but Cassidy harbored his exact feelings. She wanted him just as bad but she was sensible. Finally she threw caution into the wind when Peter asked to kiss her.
I liked the fact that with Pete’s story the Watson brothers have moved on five years later. The other brothers are all now married and starting family leaving Pete to find his love. Over all the Watson brothers were highly entertaining along with the ones attached and very fun to read.