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Reviews for The Battlefield Series 6: The Ties That Bind Us (MFMMM)

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19 Ratings
Avg - 4.26

I enjoyed this book.

Reviewed by: Karlyn Plett (Date: 01/16/2017)
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19 Ratings
Avg - 4.26

The stories are so good in this series!!!! Oh, to have the love of men like this!

Reviewed by: rhondavb (Date: 09/24/2016)
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19 Ratings
Avg - 4.26

An excellent storyline and characters. Great love scenes.

Reviewed by: Jlg29 (Date: 08/23/2016)
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19 Ratings
Avg - 4.26

I'd rate this 3.5 if I could. The Good: 1) I really, really liked the way Dixie mixed up the way the the heroes and heroine got together. Lori developed relationships with the men individually as opposed to one big, dramatic love scene. It was different and it gave the reader a chance to see the heroes as individuals rather than just bothers who like to share women. 2) Lori was confident and cautious. She didn't easily give in the the men's demands. She kept things to herself. It was completely realistic. The Bad: 1) As much as I liked Lori's confidence, she generally came off as very cold. I didn't feel connected to her. I felt bad about her situation with her sister, but even that was a bit exasperating. At some point I ran out of sympathy for the sister and just wanted Lori to move on. 2). Lori's backstory of an abusive boyfriend and the unexpected tie to one of her men felt....weak. There was too much going on---with Lori's sister Evilly and her abusive boyfriend, Lori's own ex that just popped up out of nowhere halfway thru the book, the sisters' family (parents and brothers) etc. Too much focus on external stuff that honestly, wasn't very interesting, and too little on Lori and the heroes. I usually re-read Dixie's books every now and then but this is one I would not. It wasn't bad, but Lori left me cold and the story felt a little disjointed.

Reviewed by: SoCalReader (Date: 08/23/2016)
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19 Ratings
Avg - 4.26

Love the series! Another excellent book. Thank you. One of my favorite part was when Lori put her foot down with her sister Evilly. Also when the brothers meet Lori's men.

Reviewed by: jmelynn69 (Date: 08/19/2016)
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