Strike

A summer job That s all it was supposed to be It never crossed my mind that I was about to collide with a man who would obliterate every plan I ever made My mother has always warned me that love is like a lightning bolt and it strikes without warning But I had no intention of getting struck by either lightning or love anytime soon I d be too busy finishing my journaliA summer job That s all it was supposed to be It never crossed my mind that I was about to collide with a man who would obliterate every plan I ever made My mother has always warned me that love is like a lightning bolt and it strikes without warning But I had no intention of getting struck by either lightning or love anytime soon I d be too busy finishing my journalism degree and landing a job in a city far sophisticated than Phoenix There was certainly nothing in the cards about getting involved with an ex ballplayer turned nightclub boss He was too old for me, too complicated, too distracting On the surface we had almost nothing in common except the draw of an overpowering physical connection The seasonal job at a local resort was going to be temporary He was going to be temporary But insufferably sexy, arrogant Dalton Tremaine has other ideas And the harder I fall for him the I can t find a good reason to resist giving him everything he wants STRIKE is the first book in a brand new sexy spinoff series from NYT and USA Today Bestselling Author Cora Brent No cliffhanger May be read as a stand alone.
Strike A summer job That s all it was supposed to be It never crossed my mind that I was about to collide with a man who would obliterate every plan I ever made My mother has always warned me that love is li

  • Title: Strike
  • Author: Cora Brent
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 272
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1 thought on “Strike”

    1. This is what I think of as the perfect 3* read. Nice easy story, nice likeable main and secondary characters plus of course the Gentry family, a little humour and some sex.I’d hoped for more and at times I thought it was heading somewhere else. The story build but then it just kind of fizzled out and while I liked both Dalton and Cami I never really felt the connection or the pull like I had with their parents.Ultimately this was an okay read.I read this book because I’d noticed Turn and fig [...]

    2. I'm a little disappointed with this one - I expected an epic love story like Cord and Sawyer had but I didn't get that feeling between Cami and Dalton, and even by the end it sorta felt like a HFN. Something was missing, even the suspensy bit fizzled out to nowt.I had hoped for more . more of their love, more of their relationship, more of the twin bond between Cassie and Cami, more passion, more depth, more of the Gentry brothers because I can never get enough of them!

    3. NOW LIVE! US * UKI can't believe I've slipped and haven't read anything from Cora Brent in so long. Strike brought all the reasons why I love this authors work so much rushing back and I can't wait to see what she'll come up with after this. In the mean time I will definitely be going back to read the books I missed though. Cami and Dalton were amazing characters and I really liked seeing them together. Dalton seemed a little lost in life before Cami came around and we got to watch as he grew i [...]

    4. I tried to like this book, I really did. But it just wasn't working for me. I got about 40% in when I just realized it wasn't for me.

    5. I'm a little disappointed with this one - I expected an epic love story like Cord and Sawyer had but I didn't get that feeling between Cami and Dalton, and even by the end it sorta felt like a HFN. Something was missing, even the suspensy bit fizzled out to nowt.I had hoped for more . more of their love, more of their relationship, more of the twin bond between Cassie and Cami, more passion, more depth, more of the Gentry brothers because I can never get enough of them!

    6. So I'm at 65% and I can't finish it. I just don't think this book is for me. It's lacking depth in the story and the characters and I'm just not finding Cammie and Dalton's relationship believable at all. Some of the vocabulary and the way the author is wording things I'm finding really cheesy and over the top. Just not for me.

    7. Sigh. I love the Gentrys, but I swore they ended with the Conway boys, so I was SUPER PUMPED when I learned that the kids were getting stories and wed have all new generations of Gentrys!!This one, is about Cami, who was one of the twin girls that Cord and Sayer had. And don't you worry, you get plenty of the original Gentrys, but seeing them as dads are so much hotter. Who doesn't love a hot dad???So, Cami is home for the summer after an internship falls through and her Uncle Deck has got her a [...]

    8. Reviewed on behalf of 3 Degrees of Fiction BlogGentry Generation’s book one. I don’t know how long I waited for this one to hit my kindle. Probably since I tapped the last time on Edge and Snow and closed the stories about the first set of Gentry’s. Their children were meant to have a better life. Not only do they have loving parents, no, they never had to live with the shame of being a Gentry. That being said, I was still intrigued on how Cora would spin their stories. First one of the bu [...]

    9. Gentry Girl Steps Up To The Plate ;) Cami and Dalton were a perfect couple to usher in the newest Gentry Generation! Cami has always been the Lois Lane of the Gentry brood. With her inquisitive nature and desire to delve deeper she was always on the path to be a journalist. With her internship having fallen through for the summer, Cami is spending the summer break from college home with the family and working at the Spa of the local resort. While she loves getting more time with the family, this [...]

    10. I am a huge fan of the Gentry Boys series by Cora Brent, so I was so excited when I found out that she would be writing the Gentry Generations series. Strike is the first book and it features Camille, or Cami as she prefers. She one half of Cord and Saylor's twin girls. She is home from college for the summer. Cami is what you would expect of a Gentry. She is strong, independent and sassy. Her uncle Deck got her a job as a receptionist and on her first day of work meets Dalton Tremaine, former p [...]

    11. This story hooked me in right from the get go. The characters are likeable and really fleshed out so it was it was easy to connect to them and I really bought into the romance and these characters.The story flowed really well, it was engrossing and a lovely angst free romance. There was a nice little mystery side story to add something extra, although, I will say this fizzled out a little too easily for me at the end. All in all, this was a great start to the next generation of Gentry's and I lo [...]

    12. Started slow, I put it down and when I tried again, I got into it. The h is very young, and like her parents she falls fast for the older H. He is mad for her, but is also trying hard to get his life plan into play. She sees things happening, which evolves into a dangerous mystery and when they starting working together, they solve the mystery and how they can make it as a couple. Sweet story.

    13. Worth the wait!I love the Gentrys! This book had it all. Mystery, sweet love, sexy times, and the whole Gentry family. I can't wait to read more!!

    14. I love the Gentry series and I was very excited to find that there would be a second generation series. I love the family aspect of this series and for me I love the atmosphere of the series more than the individual books (although, they are all really good as well).Cami has got a job at a spa for the summer at home in Arizona since her journalism internship fell through. On her first day she meets Dalton who runs the exclusive night club on the resorts property. Dalton thinks she is there for a [...]

    15. 4.25 Tent pitching stars! I️ quite enjoyed this book, it was light, cute and pretty sexy! Check it out if you have the chance 8/10 would totally recommend

    16. It wasn't bad, but I am pretty disappointed.I loved the original Gentry Boys Series and was super excited to discover there was to be a spin-off series. Sadly, book one of Gentry Generations didn't live up to the hype I had built up in my head.This was actually pretty fluffy. There was so much that could have happened in this story, but didn't. There was almost no angst, and the suspense fizzled out before it had a chance to go anywhere. I really liked Dalton, and Cami was a couple notches above [...]

    17. I'm Home!!! I'm Home!!! sighhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh* It feels so good to be back in the Gentry fold!!!First book in the Gentry Generations and what a fantastic start it is.First up is one of Cord Gentry's twins Cami.Cami has been off studying Journalism. She's back home for the summer after losing her summer job at a newspaper. Her Uncle Deck has managed to get her a job at the local spa resort where she meets the resorts exclusive nightclub manager Dalton Tremaine. Cami has always heard her mom say ab [...]

    18. Loveddddddddddd This book. I was so excited that the Gentry kids were getting their own books and of course Miss Brent did not disappoint. Camille Gentry has been my favorite Gentry kid since always. In other books she always appeared to be a very inquisitive child. Always asking questions, somewhat of a smart ass and very sassy. Glad to see she remained the same through adulthood. Still sassy, still nosyyou get my drift. She comes home for the summer after an internship she really wanted fell t [...]

    19. OMG!!!!! Cora has nailed it once again and brought us back to the wonderland world of the Gentry's,I absolutely loved this book I say this about all of Cora's books. I know, I know it sounds like I'm sighlty biased, but the woman is freaking amazing! your drawn into this story from the first page, the way she has this ability to create such strong emotions between all the characters. Cami and Dalton connect from the start but I love the fact that she doesn't make it an Insta love romance, they h [...]

    20. OMG!!!!! Cora has nailed it once again and brought us back to the wonderland world of the Gentry's,I absolutely loved this book I say this about all of Cora's books. I know, I know it sounds like I'm sighlty biased, but the woman is freaking amazing! your drawn into this story from the first page, the way she has this ability to create such strong emotions between all the characters. Cami and Dalton connect from the start but I love the fact that she doesn't make it an Insta love romance, they h [...]

    21. REVIEW:Strike (Gentry Generations #1)by: Cora Brent by bellereadersthoughtsCami and Dalton were a perfect couple to usher in the newest Gentry Generation! Cami has always been the Lois Lane of the Gentry brood. With her inquisitive nature and desire to delve deeper she was always on the path to be a journalist. With her internship having fallen through for the summer, Cami is spending the summer break from college home with the family and working at the Spa of the local resort. While she loves g [...]

    22. REVIEW:Strike (Gentry Generations #1)by: Cora Brent by bellereadersthoughtsCami and Dalton were a perfect couple to usher in the newest Gentry Generation! Cami has always been the Lois Lane of the Gentry brood. With her inquisitive nature and desire to delve deeper she was always on the path to be a journalist. With her internship having fallen through for the summer, Cami is spending the summer break from college home with the family and working at the Spa of the local resort. While she loves g [...]

    23. The Second Generation is here and it might be better than first!! I am a huge fan of the Gentry's and can't handle how much I'm loving seeing the kids get their HEA.Cami is reluctantly home for the summer after an internship in NYC fell through. Luckily for her, Uncle Deck still has all the connections in the world to pull off getting her a summer job at a local resort at the last minute. Cami has always been the one to ask every question she has which will make her a fantastic journalist someda [...]

    24. Returned home for the summer, Camille Gentry is bummed her internship fell through, but can't be mad about being back home and getting to spend time close to her family. Taking a job at a local resort, she is treated to meeting one incredibly sexy co-worker on her very first day.Dalton Tremaine has bigger plans than managing a nightclub, but working at the resort has it's perks and he isn't above bending some rules to spend some time with one particular oneWhen Cami and Dalton realize there's no [...]

    25. Yay for Cora giving us the kids stories. These 3 brothers had it hard, but met beautiful women and overcame their horrible past. They each, along with their cousins have grown and now have children. In this first story of the Gentry Generations, we meet Camille and Dalton. Camille who is Cassie's twin belongs to Cord and Saylor. We are introduced to a lot of the teenagers that are now roaming AZ with the Gentry namesake. Dalton is running a popular night club that is attached to the spa that Cam [...]

    26. I definitely was feeling reminiscence reading this story on the awesome Gentry boys. Sometimes you go into a spin-off series with a bit of caution. You wonder how can anyone top some of my great loves. All I can say is this author did not disappoint. This is a wonderful stand alone and it is not necessary to read the others. It does make me bit sad if you don't cause they are AMAZING!!! This story involves Cami, a daughter of one of the Gentry Boys, and Dalton a retired baseball player. Cami is [...]

    27. Strike continues the story of the Gentry clan. Cami is one of Saylor and Cord's twin girls, home in Phoenix for the summer. Instead of taking an internship with a fancy New York newspaper, Cami is working at a country club spa as a receptionist, where she meets former MLB player Dalton Tremaine. Dalton's career ended after he had surgery and never quite recovered his pitching arm, so he works with his friend and former teammate Griffin at Griffin's family country club, managing the Aqua Room nig [...]

    28. Absolutely Brilliant.I love all things Gentry. I was so excited to hear that there was gonna be a Gentry Generations series and couldn't wait for the first one to come out.This book was so worth the wait, Cami and Dalton's story had me captivated. I was pulled into the story right from page one until the end. I laughed and I cried at this book, I think I am just an old sappy person when all is said and done. It was so nice to see all our old favourites, by that I mean, Cord, Chase, Creed and Dec [...]

    29. Simple and sweet love storyI have not read the whole previous series about Gentry family but this book/story did not feel that it was necessary. It is a very sweet romantic story from start to finish simple, easy to follow without any complications between the characters. This I did love along with the fact that Cami was strong, intelligent, straightforward, loveable characters and she had such a great chemistry with Dalton who was equally lovable and hot hero. The dialogues were at times funny [...]

    30. I loved the Gentry Boys series by Cora Brent. It was great to hear that she was doing a spin-off series featuring their children. This first book is about one of Cord & Saylor’s twins Cami. She comes home for the summer from college when her internship at a newspaper falls through. Through her uncle’s connections she gets a last minute job as a receptionist at the spa at a country club, and on her first day of work meets Dalton Tremaine, former professional baseball player turned club ma [...]

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