Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Ginger Voight

Enticed, Entangled, Enraptured

REVIEW: Enticed (Fullerton Family Saga #1) by Ginger Voight

Rachel Dennehy had a crazy thought. If she could just start over somewhere else, she could forget about all the ghosts that chased her. When an email landed in her inbox, to tutor a difficult student whose father just happened to be a prominent businessman, the apple was a bit too enticing for Rachel to refuse. She moves to Beverly Hills, where she is tasked with turning around young Jonathan Fullerton’s bad attitude, one that stems directly from his parents’ ugly divorce and even uglier custody battle.

That Drew Fullerton is one of the handsomest and most eligible bachelors in the world means nothing to Rachel. Drew’s brother, Alex, however, assumes otherwise. This sets the two immediately at odds, though they both have young Jonathan’s best interest at heart. Unfortunately the more he tries to warn her away from Drew, the closer he ultimately propels her toward her charming boss.

Rachel stays solely to protect young Jonathan, trapping her into this sticky web despite her own history of loss and betrayal. How long will she last? More importantly, what will she be required to give to save these Fullerton men who continually tug her in three different directions?

The saga begins with the first book, titled “Enticed,” in a trilogy of three, full-length novels to be released over three months in early 2014.


Ginger Voight turns up the angst in this series with a hot triangle between two very different and very appealing brothers. Who will get their HEA? And which one will pay the ultimate price for love?

Those who can't abide triangles, cheaters, cliffhangers or tragedies, are encouraged to proceed with caution.

WARNING: Adult content. Material intended for readers over 18. 

Manda's 4 Star Review:

Rachel Dennehy has lived thru the most painful kind of loss. Determined to stay positive she pushes ahead but something is always missing. When Rachel receives an unusual e-mail offering her a once in a lifetime chance she sees it as the new start she has been needing. Offered a chance to tutor a troubled child and make a difference in his life she moves to Beverly Hills. She quickly finds that the root of the problem is the bitter custody battle between the boys parents. Rachel's only concern is Jonathan and helping him, she has no interest in getting involved in the drama that surrounds him. Unfortunately, when you take a job working for Drew Fullerton, one of the most handsome and eligible bachelors in the world drama follows. Rachel has no interest in getting involved with Drew, but his brother Alex is convinced she is there for her own selfish reasons. As her relationships with the 3 Fullerton men deepen Rachel fights to stay afloat and do what is best for young Jonathan without losing herself in the process.

Ginger Voight is an amazing writer! I was a huge fan of her books prior to starting this series and could not wait to start reading this book. The characters are amazing and the story line keeps you invested. You cant help but fall in love with Jonathan and develop a love/ hate relationship with his father and uncle. I could not put this book down and read it all in one afternoon. It will leave you wanting more and needing to know what happens next. I definitely recommend this book. I Cannot wait to start book 2!
REVIEW: Entangled (Fullerton Family Saga #2) by Ginger Voight

The saga continues for Rachel Dennehy, the tenacious small-town teacher caught in between two compelling, powerful brothers.

****This is Book 2 in the series. Blurb may contain spoilers for Book 1.****

In Book 2 of the Fullerton Family Saga, teacher Rachel Dennehy heads back to California to save her favorite little boy from his rapid downward spiral. She feels responsible for Jonathan's destructive behavior, knowing it was her broken promise that sent him off the rails. She moves in with Alex, a man who had been her nemesis for so long. Thrust together with the shared goal of saving Jonathan, they find more in common than they had realized.

In fact, it is Alex who comes to her rescue Drew confronts Rachel over her “betrayal.” The chemistry still burns hot between them, but Rachel cannot forgive Drew’s cruel deception. Unfortunately he is unwilling to let her go. Drew Fullerton doesn't like to lose, especially to his younger brother. So he proceeds with his plan to win her back, using every trick in the book to force her hand, including his son.

Young Jonathan holds fast to his dream of a real family, which tears her in yet another direction. Her heart is torn between the three Fullertons, all of whom need her in very different ways. Someone is going to get hurt, no matter what she does. She struggles to do what is right, even when she finds it puts her at direct odds with what she wants.

How far must Rachel go to win back Jonathan’s trust, and protect the men she has grown to love?

Manda's 5 Star Review:

After a heartbreaking betrayal by Drew sends Rachel running back to her small town life she finds it hard to move on. When Alex shows up on her doorstep begging her to return to California to once again rescue the little boy she has grown to love as her own, she has no choice but to go to him. The Jonathan she finds is not the little boy she left. Angry and bitter over Rachel breaking her promise to never leave him, Jonathan is acting out. Doing drugs and hanging with the wrong crowd. Feeling responsible for his behavior, Rachel moves in with Alex to try and save Jonathan. She quickly learns that she and her one time nemesis, Alex have more in common than she once thought. As her friendship with Alex , and her relationship with Jonathan begin to grow, Rachel finds there is only one problem, Drew.

After learning that Rachel has returned to California to live with his brother, Drew is livid. He confronts Rachel and lets her know she is his and he will do anything to get her back, including using his son. Again she finds herself torn between all 3 Fullerton men and must make a choice to do what is right even if it means breaking her own heart.

This series just keeps getting better and better!! We finally get a better picture of who Alex is and how he differs from his brother. I love that in book one it was mostly about Drew and Jonathan's relationship with Rachel and now we get to see Alex and Jonathan's relationship with Rachel. This story takes a completely different path than I expected it too and I found myself shedding a few tears over the story. Again I was unable to put it down and read it all in one night. I cannot get enough of the complicated relationships in this book and am looking forward to the next book. I have a feeling the best is yet to come in this series. Fantastic story!!

Review: Enraptured (Fullerton Family Saga #3) by Ginger Voight

In the third and final book of the Fullerton Family Saga, long-simmering secrets explode with disastrous consequences. The fractured Fullertons face their biggest challenges yet, and every single one must rise to their own personal challenges and beat their demons once and for all - no matter what it takes.

In the conclusion of this best-selling, highly rated series, author Ginger Voight once again raises the stakes for her characters and her readers. These characters you have grown to love (and hate) are faced with heart-wrenching challenges that will test them unlike anything they've experienced so far. In the end, only love can save them. It is a message of hope, family and forgiveness amidst the exciting backdrop of excess and power.

Manda's 5 Star Review:

Wow! I am completely speechless over the conclusion to this series.

What an amazing read. This series just solidifies the fact that anything Ginger Voight writes I will read. I was so excited to read this book but also sad to read it. I knew this was going to be a powerful end to the series and I was not wrong. I may have even ugly cried a little bit. Ginger Voight has a way with words and will make you love her characters and their stories. I cannot say enough about this series. This is one of those stories that you wish you could go back and read again for the first time. It is a must read and I will be recommending this series to everyone. Ginger Voight you are amazing and I am a fan for life!

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