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The Kingsbrier Quintuplets Series by Jody Kaye

The Kingsbrier Quintuplets Series by Jody Kaye

The Kingsbrier Quintuplets are eighteen and have been cut off from the family fortune until they reach twenty-five. Before they can receive their inheritance they are left to make a life for themselves and not depend on the family fortune. That means jobs, failures, and so much more. The ride they take you is one full of bumps and bruises along the way.



The Kingsbrier Quintuplets Series by Jody Kaye
Rating:five-stars
Eric by Jody Kaye
Series: The Kingsbrier Quintuplets #1
Genres: Contemporary Romance

Born smack-dab in the middle of a wild set of quintuplets somehow Eric became the level-headed one. As his four siblings fly the nest, Eric’s feet are grounded in a plan to take over the family construction business. Goals. Persistence. Patience. Those paid off when he went after the quiet girl of his dreams… And someday down the line, Eric’s going to make Ginny his wife.

Ginny knows one thing: She loves Eric. His notoriety as one of the infamous Kingsbrier Quintuplets or the fact that his granddaddy left each of the quints more money than God? That means nothing because Ginny’s seen the courage of an accepting boy who has given her life stability since her father died. Yet, Ginny’s uncertain how they’ll manage to stay together when she leaves for college. Will Eric still want her four years from now?

When Ginny's forced to admit to the lengths she’s gone to keep Eric will her deceit become the roadblock that tears them apart or the stepping stone to a different life neither had imagined?

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MY REVIEW OCT 2021

Okay I admit I had a hard time with the heroine being named Ginny since that is my sister’s name. Let’s face it’s hard to imagine a sibling in any sort of romance book role and every time I read her name my sister is all I could think about. That being said this is still a really sweet read.

Eric and Ginny have a plan which includes Eric working in the family construction business and taking college classes online. While Ginny will attend college. Well that’s the plan until a little surprise throws a monkey wrench in those plans. This the classic young couple thrown for a loop when life takes a sudden turn. They are left to navigate the new bumps in the road but they are both more than capable.

It was well written and was a great way to start the series. Jody Kaye did a wonderful job writing this particular book.



The Kingsbrier Quintuplets Series by Jody Kaye
Rating:five-stars
Brier by Jody Kaye
Series: The Kingsbrier Quintuplets #2
Genres: Contemporary Romance

Brier’s defiant streak kept that hurt away. No one was going to tell her what to do or how to live. She left Kingsbrier unwilling to let the man she’s always refused to acknowledge she loves stop her from pursuing her dreams. Now, despite a fulfilling career as a police officer, Brier knows that something is missing from her life. The more distance she puts between herself and her family, the more empty she is becoming. When circumstances bring her back home, Brier confronts the one person she’s avoided for years.

Drew Newhouse, a professional football player and Brier's childhood sweetheart, has never backed down from a challenge. Brier has pushed him away more than once and Drew has given her space because he knows they've always been meant to be. This time, he's playing for keeps.

With the help of the other quints, will Drew be able to win her trust and marry the woman he loves? Can Brier put her heart on the line and finally give Drew the chance they both deserve?

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MY REVIEW OCT 2021

In Brier, we pick up where Eric left off. Which is something I like about this series. Yes, you can read them on their own but I really think you get so much more out of them by reading them in order. This one builds on the previous book while setting up the future ones.

Drew knew that he would be with Brier. There was simply no other option for him. He let her leave and pursue her dream, let her push him away. Now he won’t. He is not only going to make her see him but make her admit that she loves him and always has. I loved Brier! She refused to admit she loved Drew and then refused to let anyone, including him, stop her from pursuing her dream. She was a little too stubborn at times which makes Drew loving her an even better thing.



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Rating:five-stars
Daveigh by Jody Kaye
Genres: Contemporary Romance

Cris Sanchez prefers to admire Daveigh Cavanaugh from afar. He’s a widower with a young son. She’s the boss’s daughter. The eight years that separate their age—and the exact time that Daveigh has been away for college and veterinary school—should have sealed their fate. Instead, Cris’s dedication to the family business and Daveigh’s love of animals has drawn them close. Now the pair must contend with the impending loss of a confidant they've shared for close
to a decade.

Daveigh has returned to Kingsbrier harboring a secret, but none that cuts as deep as the one Cris has held onto. After allowing herself time to heal, will Daveigh find strength in their friendship to return to her studies? Or will she settle for half her dreams for the chance to be with the man she’s always loved? After admitting to his responsibility in his wife’s death, can Cris relinquish the past that haunts him? Or will he and Daveigh continue down separate paths?

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MY REVIEW OCT 2021

Daveigh really drew me in. I’m a sucker for a good single parent, age difference romance. They typically are really good. This one didn’t disappoint. I did feel that Daveigh was much stronger than she got credit for at times. She had an inner strength that I hadn’t seen in her other siblings up to this book. She knew years ago that she wanted her father’s manager. What she didn’t know was that Cris felt the same way.

I mean how well will being love with the boss’s daughter who is younger than you go over. Cris certainly had issues that he needed to deal with. I think he would have never manage to get beyond his past had it not been for Daveigh. That strength I mentioned, it is the heart of these siblings even if they don’t realize it.


MY REVIEW OCT 2021

This is the continuation of Daveigh and Cris’ story with their wedding. It is a pretty quick read but certainly worth reading. It shows how Daveigh, Cris, and Mateo all become a family. You could skip it in the series if you wanted to but since Daveigh is my favorite so far I wouldn’t recommend skipping it. It is the perfect slice of heaven.



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Rating:five-stars
Cavanaugh by Jody Kaye
Genres: Contemporary Romance

The only child of an oil mogul, Rose Kingsbrier should've had it all. That changed the day her momma died, leaving her to live a solitary life in a mansion that was more like a mausoleum. Rose tried for years to get her father's attention, eventually finding it easier to become his source of grief than to live in grief's shadow. Convinced that she's irresponsible, now Rose's father intends to marry her off. But she's not letting him barter her away that easily.

Ross Cavanaugh's construction business is renovating the Kingsbrier mansion and, before the job's even started, he gets swept up in Rose's schemes. She's a hot ticket and easy-going Ross enjoys their budding friendship, until Rose proposes a marriage of convenience to solve her problem and provide Cavanaugh Construction financial backing. Rose may not mind dragging her own reputation through the mud, but Ross has worked too hard to be accused of fortune hunting. When Rose gets herself in over her head, agreeing to her offer may be the only way to save her.

Please note: There is sensitive matter within this story. The characters react to their circumstances based on the time period. Please consider reading reviews or contacting the author if you have questions.

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This is a bit of a flash back as this is the story of the quints parents. It could be read first if you wanted to read them chronically. However is is fine to read it at any point. It was a little slow for me at the beginning but stick with it because it is well worth the read.

I loved Rose Kingsbrier as a character. She may have been born with a born with a silver spoon in her mouth but doesn’t come across that way. Sadly the one thing she wants most isn’t anything money can buy. The love and respect of her father. Her father is set on marrying off so her new husband can run his company. After all his daughter can’t do it regardless of the fact that she wants to.

Ross Cavanaugh was the perfect man for Rose. He never saw the numbers in her check book. All he saw was her and everything she could be. He’s hard-working, full of compassion, and of course handsome. I mean his children are beautiful so it goes to reason him and Rose be just as pretty.

Of course there is plenty that seems to want to keep them apart. They have to work through it all. I do need to say that this was does touch on some tough subjects so it could be a trigger for some.



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Rating:five-stars
Adam by Jody Kaye
Series: The Kingsbrier Quintuplets #4
Genres: Contemporary Romance

Since quitting med school, Adam Cavanaugh has lied about everything, and the truth is catching up with him. He knows it’s time to prove he’s someone his family can be proud of.

Temple has high standards—ones Adam will never reach. But he wants a woman like her in his life someday and is willing to let Temple teach him how to be a better man. That is, if he can keep his heart out of the equation.

Who would have guessed that her perfect life was an illusion? Or that she was falling for him too? And when Adam’s conscience compels him to tell the truth about his past, will his deceit stop Temple from trusting anyone ever again?

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MY REVIEW OCT 2021

I really enjoyed this book. I know I say that about each one but each one is truly great. Adam wants to ask Temple’s sister Tessa to the prom. However an encounter leads him to think Temple may be the right girl for him. Years go by and they run into one another again. The attraction is immediate but Temple is not a woman to be easily swayed. They develop a friendship that will hopefully help Adam admit some hard truths. Their friendship blooms into more the more time they spend together. Maybe Adam wasn’t wrong all those years ago and Temple truly is the woman for him.



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Colette by Jody Kaye
Series: The Kingsbrier Quintuplets #5
Genres: Contemporary Romance

I know how to make a man want. I do it so well that it gained me a stalker. I’m not afraid of him, but of men like him. So living an orderly and private life keeps my anxiety at bay and my family out of the tabloids.

Devon shows me how freeing chaos can be. He refuses to accept the face I show the world. But Devon also holds me at arms length… And when he reveals the darkest places inside of him, I can’t help wondering if he wants me at all.

(This book is a stand alone romance in The Kingsbrier Quintuplets Series, bridging Adam & Colton.)

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MY REVIEW OCT 2021

Okay, I thought Colette would end up with Colton. I was surprised that she didn’t. Both Colette and Devon have a lot to overcome. I’m talking eating disorders and a father killing a mother. It’s a lot but after reading the story I don’t think Colette would have worked with anyone but Devon. He won me over in a big way. This one also sets up Colton.



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Rating:five-stars
Colton by Jody Kaye
Series: The Kingsbrier Quintuplets #6
Genres: Contemporary Romance

I spent years in the military molding myself into someone better. After the accident, entire parts of my life missing. Memories, my career, my leg… My one and only best friend who has run off and gotten married. Didn’t she know I was in love with her?

With nothing left, I give up and block everyone out. That's when my family brings Keely here to get me back on my feet. She's regimented and won't put up with my lousy attitude. Sure wish Keely used the same tactics on her daughter. That girl is out of control.

I won't put up with the kid's bad attitude and put my foot down. That's when the three of us turn into something more. The family of my own I never thought I'd get. The life I was so sure I'd lost out on.

A struggling single mom is the last woman I'd expect to heal a loner's soul and rebuild their confidence. Except as Keely unlocks my heart, the secret she's kept to keep her child safe may destroy me.

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MY REVIEW OCT 2021

This is my favorite of the series and I can see why Jody Kaye saved the best for last. Colton went to war only to come home and have an accident with a tractor. It leaves him crippled, angry, and just ready to give it all up. So his family brings in Keely, Ginny’s sister, to help him. Keely and her daughter move in with Colton and well it’s an adjustment.

This one is certainly about recovery as much as it is about love. Recovery that while obvious Colton needed I think Keely and her daughter did as well. They all not only recover and heal together but in the process find love and become a family.

This is the one book in this series that CANNOT be read alone. You must read at the least the one before in order to understand it. Like I have said before in my opinion you need to read them all so you can experience this wonderful family.

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About Jody Kaye

Jody’s husband asked what she’d been doing all day. After five years she finally confessed, “When no one is around, I write.”

Okay, it was more like trying to get out of saying a thing. Jody’s a writer. You want it pretty. Let’s compromise.

“Just finish one,” he said, challenging her to complete a story and share it. Little did he know that those words of encouragement meant they’d return from a family vacation with a wild and defiant set of quintuplets stumbling their way through life. Wasn’t raising their three sons enough?

A native of nowhere, Jody settled in New England for 17 years before agreeing to uproot her brood of boys and move to North Carolina. She spends most of her time reading, writing, and hoping that her ravenous children haven’t managed to eat all the ingredients before she cooks dinner.

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