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Summary

No one said going home would be easy....

Black sheep and all-around troublemaker Betty Jo Barker is back home and hoping for a do-over. Things are finally looking up until Beau Simon comes to town. The man pushes every button she owns and manages to awaken long-dead emotions she'd rather leave buried. Beneath the surface, she knows she's a wreck - her scars run deep - and she can't help but wonder: Is Beau Simon the one who can fix her?

Beau Simon, the brightest star in Hollywood, has come to New Waterford for one reason only. He's determined to have Betty Jo Barker star in his next film. He knows she's perfect for the part, but a past encounter might prove more than a little difficult to overcome. As Beau turns on the charm, hoping to win over this complicated woman, he realizes it won't be easy. Only time will tell if what lies beneath can ever be overcome - or if love can heal all....

©2013 Juliana Stone (P)2015 Audible, Inc.

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  • A. Percival
  • 08-06-21

Worst of three annoying sisters

After being painted in the previous 2 novels as the wild child - the drinking, drugging, jet-set model has been nothing but careless, heartless and cruel - now we are brought into her story and the pain that has led to all this acting out. She was in so much "pain" for the first several chapters I just wanted someone to take her to the hospital. I don't like coincidence driven plots, so when the car accident she gets in just happens to be with the Hollywood hot shot she has history with, and then he just happens to be the only one onsite when she's getting harassed later it feels weak. 2/3 of the way through she starts mentioning all the therapy she's been in, wait, what?? She walks around all kinds of broken and acting out, apparently not drugging because she doesn't have the money for it. She talks about needing a drink or a hit of something to take the edge off, which sounds to me like someone still actively struggling with addiction. She's not in therapy in this small town so when did she go to therapy exactly? While she was using? I'm so lost. The one thing I had liked about her before this book was that she owned and enjoyed her own sexuality, but in this one its suddenly all a reaction to trauma and she is just trying to be held. Seriously? How in this series that is all rocketing hearts and panting lust are women not allowed to enjoy sex unless it is with their one true love? Again, not a fan.

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  • Phil Holmes
  • 23-01-22

Melt my heart

Lots of angst at first but it was very good conclusion. I enjoyed getting to the root of the problem! Things aren’t always as they appear- even in real life. When people lash out or hurt others, it usually means that they were hurt as well. Ms stone did a very good job working through this character of Betty Jo. It left many possibilities for more characters to be developed… Beau’s brothers, Betty’s friend

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  • TALIA
  • 16-10-20

enjoyable

what a good way to tell Betty's story. I liked that she wasn't portrayed as a goody two shoes but as a person who is flawed like the rest of us. And Beau is the perfect match up for her. I really liked this series.

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  • Rosemary Hughes
  • 27-08-19

A great way to end the trilogy!

Yes, back in 2012, I originally enjoyed this book, so when I saw the audiobooks available under the "audio escape" subscription, I was more than happy to revisit the Barker Triplets, and their madcap escapades.
Betty-Jo was always the rebellious triplet, the one that looked the sex kitten, even though she was identical to her siblings.
Bo was a Hollywood icon, and yet the combination of Bo and Betty-Jo is sizzling.
Their encounters are well worth reading.
Plus this episode revels some surprising revelations.


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  • Steph
  • 15-06-22

All 6 foot 4 men

This author appears not to be thoughtful about word choice or descriptions of characters from novel to novel. The 6ft 4 thing is just one example, but careless storytelling in general.

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  • Robert K. Bashford
  • 02-05-22

Most enjoyable series!

This was a wonderful story! Every book was captivating, heartfelt and pleasurable! I would recommend this series for a excellent read!

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  • Whimdipity
  • 04-04-22

Better than Book 2

The three full length audiobooks in this series are included in the Plus catalog. For this reason, I recommend listening if you’re not looking for anything too heavy.

Book 3 was an improvement over Book 2. Book 1 was by far my favorite of the 3.

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  • Traci Salazar
  • 01-02-22

Hard to listen to

The only thing that got me through this book was the hopes of getting information on the other 2 sisters. A person can only take so much bitch and she was to much. I actually was hoping everyone would tell her where to go.

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  • KT
  • 20-09-21

Detailed Porn w/ a side of dull predictable story

eh, that's a time I'll never get back...
First, it was hard to get past the 15000 times the characters said Jesus Christ

2nd the constant description of the female MC body (perhaps a male reader would enjoy it) but since there was not even a hint of a sex scene until chapter 23 it was hard not to eye roll after the millionth description of Betty's body by chapter 10. We get it the x-model is hot but the author it just repeated over and over and over. and then there is the detailed sex... which is so blunt it becomes textbook.instead of hot .... zzzzzzzzz, I have NEVER skipped past the sex scenes before but there was so little romance, so lack of any emotion it was a waste of time.

The narrator was good... but it was hard to distinguish between the male vs. female dialog and definitely no distinction between internal thought and actual dialog. 😕

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  • Thomas C Kimpel
  • 24-05-21

What I didn’t like with this book

I really enjoyed the first two books but when you mix up the people it gets very confusing. In the first two books Betty Jo is the hockey player and Billie Jo is the model to switch them just bothered me!! If I didn’t have faces from my childhood to go with the names maybe I would not have noticed