Reviews for the McKenzie Brothers Series by Kimberly Nee

Series: The McKenzie Brothers

Author: Kimberly Nee

Genre: Historical Romance

Tour Host: DRC Promotions

About The Series

The Pursuit, Book 1

Synopsis:

Born into privilege, Katherine Bainbridge never thought the day would come when she would be happy to find work as a maid. But having fled London to avoid being tried, convicted and hanged for murder, she will take whatever work she can get—even if the offer comes from the most beautiful man she has ever seen.

Garrett McKenzie needs to staff his new home, but when he sees Katherine the position that comes to mind does not involve mops and buckets. Determined to woo his lovely new maid into his bed, he will do whatever necessary to keep her there.

But when Katherine’s past comes back to haunt her, Garrett will do whatever he has to in order to prove that she can trust him with her life, as well as with her love.

My Review

Kimberly Nee’s “The Pursuit” is the first book in her McKenzie Brothers series, and what a way to start a series! I would liken the series to Stephanie Laurens’ Black Cobra Quartet series. The entire series is very well done and has nice, full stories in each book as well as interconnections between the books. Each book has a lot of really sexy parts, which is good because I hate historical romances without any naughty bits! In “The Pursuit,” I really like Kat, the leading lady, and Garrett, the leading rescuer-and-defender-in-chief. In this one, I just love Kat’s innocence during her first time. Great read, couldn’t put it down.

5 out of 5 stars

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Playing With Fire, Book 2

Synopsis:

The last place Heather Morgan thought she’d find herself was in a house of Eros. There she waited to be sold to the highest bidder as a way to pay off her father’s mountain of debt to the proprietor of the gaming house holding the auction.

Drew McKenzie had no intention of buying a mistress. But something about the delicate beauty with chestnut hair and gold-flecked dark eyes stirs something inside him. He's been hurt before and isn’t willing to risk his heart a second time.

But when Heather's scandalous past is exposed, Drew must choose between his love for Heather, or his family’s honor. Caught between the two, Drew realizes what it means to be playing with fire.

My Review

Kimberly Nee’s “Playing With Fire” is the second book in her McKenzie Brothers series, and the second book is just as good as the first! I would liken the series to Stephanie Laurens’ Black Cobra Quartet series. The entire series is very well done and has nice, full stories in each book as well as interconnections between the books. Each book has a lot of really sexy parts, which is good because I hate historical romances without any naughty bits! “Playing with Fire” has Heather, the leading lady, who is caught in a terrible situation, and Drew, the leading man, who is broody and broken, yet he rescues her. Mmm, mmm, good. You just literally can’t put these books down.

5 out of 5 stars

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A Perfect Lady, Book 3

Synopsis:

When a night of passion leads to scandal, Rebecca Alexander has but one option; marry the man responsible for her downfall, or be cast from her prominent family. Unfortunately, all she can recall from that fateful night is the man’s name, and the memory of remarkable seductive skill.

American sea captain James McKenzie is no stranger to scandal, but this one comes with an angry father. One with the means to make James right his wrong. Faced with the choice between marrying Rebecca or being pressed into the Navy, James reluctantly takes a wife he neither wants nor needs.

As they journey from the West Indies to America, Rebecca and James realize there is something between them, something even stronger than their desire for one another. And if James’s past doesn’t come back to haunt him, he might even discover that his wife is indeed, a perfect lady for him.

My Review

Kimberly Nee’s “A Perfect Lady” is the third book in her McKenzie Brothers series. I would liken the series to Stephanie Laurens’ Black Cobra Quartet series. The entire series is very well done and has nice, full stories in each book as well as interconnections between the books. Each book has a lot of really sexy parts, which is good because I hate historical romances without any naughty bits! In “A Perfect Lady,” you have poor Rebecca, the leading lady, who made one little mistake with the leading rake, Captain James. Loads of very well-written love scenes.

4.5 out of 5 stars

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Windemere, Book 4

Synopsis:

Thou shalt not covet thy best friend’s sister. For Julian McCallister, those words are easier said than done. But no matter how much he might wish otherwise, he is determined to keep Emma at arm’s length.

However, Emma McKenzie believes arm’s length is too far. For as long as she can remember, she’s been in love with Julian. It’s unfortunate he sees her as nothing more than Garrett's younger sister. Not to mention, she doesn’t believe the gossip that surrounds him, or the rumors of madness and murder regarding the tragedy in his past.

But that tragedy haunts Julian and when he and Emma are caught up in a scandal, it threatens not only the peace he’s finally found in her arms, but quite possibly her life as well.

My Review

Kimberly Nee’s “Windemere” is the fourth book in her McKenzie Brothers series. I would liken the series to Stephanie Laurens’ Black Cobra Quartet series. The entire series is very well done and has nice, full stories in each book as well as interconnections between the books. Each book has a lot of really sexy parts, which is good because I hate historical romances without any naughty bits! “Windemere” has Julian, the leading man, who definitely has a thing for his best friend’s sister, Emma. Once again, there’s a lot of heated sexual tension – delicious!

4 out of 5 stars

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About The Author

Kim fell in love with historical romance when she was sixteen, and blames Kathleen Woodiwiss for that, since it was her The Flame and the Flower that got her hooked. Not long after finishing it, she sat down to write one herself and now, many years later, here she is.

Kim lives in New Jersey with her husband and their two children. When she's not pounding away at the computer keyboard, she does crossword and Sudoku puzzles, knits, breaks up the occasional wrestling match between the kids, and whenever she can find a few free minutes, she reads. She's also an avid fan of the New York Yankees, New York Giants, and the New York Rangers. She also loves Bruce Springsteen, Billy Joel, Elton John, and the Rolling Stones.

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Email - Kimberlynee@gmail.com

 

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