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Beverly Smithson grew up with all brothers. It's not surprising that she gets along better with the male Utah State University students in the neighboring apartment than she does with her female roommates. They jog together, play football together and the guys love her chocolate chip cookies. They're like...like brothers and that's fine with Beverly. She has always resisteBeverly Smithson grew up with all brothers. It's not surprising that she gets along better with the male Utah State University students in the neighboring apartment than she does with her female roommates. They jog together, play football together and the guys love her chocolate chip cookies. They're like...like brothers and that's fine with Beverly. She has always resisted the pressure of her Mormon community to marry young. Education and career are Beverly's immediate goals with romance at the far end of the tunnel. But then things change. She falls for her jogging partner, Steve, and thinks maybe, just maybe, there might actually be potential for a serious relationship. But there's something Steve's not telling her. Will she end up with more than just friendship this time or what she's always gotten from the men in her life... Brotherly Love?...

Title : Brotherly Love
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ISBN : 9780971291515
Format Type : Unknown Binding
Number of Pages : 226 Pages
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Brotherly Love Reviews

  • Rebecca
    2018-10-16 09:15

    This is some more clean, Mormon chick lit. It's fine for what it is, and I do give it some credit for not making the heroine totally perfect and for not tying up all the loose ends. Other than that, it is what it is.

  • Cindy
    2018-10-16 12:59

    Beverly Smithson grew up with all brothers. It's not surprising that she gets along better with the male Utah State University students in the neighboring apartment than she does with her female roommates. They jog together, play football together, and the guys love her chocolate chip cookies. They're like--like brothers, and that's fine with Beverly.But then things change. She falls for her jogging partner, Steve, and thinks maybe there might actually be potential for a serious relationship. But there's something Steve's not telling her.I had a hard time getting into this book at first. The writing is not that great, some stylistic things that put me off a bit. But once I got into the story, I did get interested. I was hoping Beverly would work out her love life and her school. There were a lot of loose ends at the end of the book, but it's Book One in the Unfinished Business Series, so I guess that's to be expected. I wanted to find out what happened to her roommates, but the book leaves it hanging.

  • Barbara
    2018-09-28 14:15

    Especially at first, this book was very hard for me to get through. There are many editing problems and things that just bugged me, as well as dialogue (even just ONE person speaking) that goes on for pages and pages.I really don't like how she quit school and gets all depressed, stops running, etc. Get a hold on yourself, girl! Also, I disliked how you just don't hear any more about her roommates. But I guess that's why it's Book One in the "Unfinished Business" series.

  • Connie
    2018-09-23 09:58

    There is a good story here, but getting past all the Mormon "stuff" is rather difficult. Come on we don't need to have a full sacrament meeting, or know what everyone says. It really got sappy in parts. I decided not to read the others, but thought okay give it a chance. I am finding book 2 better.

  • Peggy
    2018-09-21 06:56

    Book 1 of a 4 book series. I'll read the others.