CJR The Brit Review (and a lot of author gushing!) Turn by Cora Brent….


Cora Brent is one of the best authors I have ever read!  Every single book I get from her is devoured within hours and leaves me wanting (and sometimes begging her!) for more.

Have any of you read The Gentry’s series?  If not, you must!  The reading order for this series is Draw, Risk, Game and Fall.  I think that there is a box set of these too – bargain!

Then followed Gentry Boys series: Hold, Walk and Edge.

Followed closely on the heels of this was Gentry Generations.  The first book was Strike.

Then on 12 January 2018 this beauty dropped into the world…..and it can be read as a standalone!

Turn (Gentry Generations #2)

I’m determined to leave my mistakes in the past and turn things around.
These days I’m back in school, I’m surrounded by my wonderful, crazy family and I’m working for my dad.
Then Curtis Mulligan happens.
A supposedly reformed gang member from the rundown prison town where my folks grew up, Curtis looks like he was built for mayhem.
We have nothing in common.
If he hadn’t taken a job working for my father, our paths wouldn’t even cross.
But I can’t admit that menacing mix of ink and muscle has flipped a switch inside of me.
It’s an impulse I’m determined to ignore.
However, when Curtis turns out to be much more than he seems and steps between me and a bad situation, I wind up owing him a hell of a favor.
And I can’t think of anything but paying him back…



There is just something about this author that makes me love and savour every single word she writes. Her writing style is just the sort I love…..I’d even read her shopping list!

It’s no secret that I am in total love with The Gentry’s, but Conway is my absolute favourite.

However now I have doubt.

I hate to have doubt.

The doubt is in the form of Curtis.


Conway has a rival for my affections!

This woman can write a hot guy!

And Cassie is just fabulous in every way. I mean come on….’I returned to the front desk and tried to look like a girl who wasn’t fighting the urge to run to the bathroom and have a masturbatory fantasy about the man who would be sleeping on her parents’ couch tonight.’

I could’ve read this story on and on. I don’t ever want this series to end, or any spin offs. I’ve got myself into an excitable state now so I’m just off to add this whole series to my reread pile!



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