Teague (The Family Simon, #4) PDF Book by Juliana Stone PDF ePub

Teague (The Family Simon, #4)

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Published 24 Jun 2015
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Pages222
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ISBN -
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Teague Simon is a man at a crossroads. He’s no good around people and spending time alone at the family cottage will hopefully ease his burden. What he doesn’t need is the woman next door poking around his business making things worse. And what he really doesn’t need are her two young children in his face. How can they help slay the demons that haunt him?
Sabrina Campbell is barely surviving and doing everything that she can to hide that fact. She takes care of her kids and keeps herself busy. She’s not looking for anything other than the chance to forget. But when Teague Simon shows up, looking as haunted as she is, she’s drawn to his pain. His loneliness. She knows his scars run deep, but so do hers. She should stay away and yet she can’t.
Can these two broken souls somehow heal each other?

Teague (The Family Simon, #4) Reviews

Debbie
- Marion, IN
5
Tue, 17 Mar 2015

This was easily a five star read for me. Loved the characters. Out of the entire Simon family, I think Teague is my favorite, although Maverick comes close. Teague was a wounded warrior and he had the scars inside and out to prove it. Now, struggling with the demons that remain from an op gone bad, he's come home to the family cabin where he just wants to be left alone. Avoiding his family is difficult enough but when he finds his next door neighbor is a beautiful widow with two little kids who, for some reason, have taken a shine to him, Teague has his hands full. He's never had much to do with kids and while he finds Morgan and Harry cute, he doesn't appreciate their waking him up or appearing on his dock early in the morning while their mother is still asleep. However, they prove hard to resist once he gets to know them as does Sabrina, said mom. In spite of all his warnings to himself to stay away, he finds himself instead spending time with them.
I loved his interaction with the kids and the way he quickly got attached to them. Although Sabrina is still sad over her husband's passing, she can't deny her attraction to Teague. Although her best friend urges her to have fun, to let herself go a little and get involved with her handsome neighbor, Sabrina knows he's not there to stay. In fact, he never remains in one place very long.
The love story between these two was so touching. It left me sighing. I hurt for Sabrina when Teague told her he was leaving, wanted to slap him for doing so. Her too for letting him go. However, she understood his need to put to rest some of his ghosts and while it wasn't easy saying goodbye, she somehow found the strength to do so. It came as no surprise when he didn't find his return to Syria as satisfying as he thought it would be and while he got closure for that part of his life, it wasn't as rewarding as being with Sabrina was for him.
It took him awhile to get his head on straight but their reunion was worth the wait. Would definitely recommend this one if you're looking for a feel-good type of romance with a happy ever after at the end. Another winner from this author. Can't wait until the next Simon gets a crack at love.

Gail
- Galveston, TX
5
Thu, 19 Nov 2015

Good solid read. The heroine is a widowed single mom who apparently has been left well enough off that she doesn't have to work. The hero is staying in the cottage next to theirs on a lake apparently in eastern Canada. He's American, she's not. I think. Doesn't matter to the story. The hero is recovering from a fact-finding mission gone wrong. He has nightmares and drinks a lot, but it goes away pretty quick and easy when the heroine's almost 6-year-old twins start showing up and acting like really outgoing, inquisitive, borderline obnoxious kids. You know, regular run-of-the-mill kids. Since he can't make himself be mean enough to run them off, of course they and their pretty mom begin to bring him out of his shell. The heroine is still grieving her dead husband, and they're both reluctant but the chemistry between them is irresistible. No real surprises in this story, but it's well done and an emotional treat. I thoroughly enjoyed it.

Tina
5
Mon, 30 Apr 2018

Well this series just gets better, not only does it change for each Simon family member but you get to see them all as a family. Teague has had a mention in previous books but we’ve finally got him in one place, after the events in Syria, Teague needs time to get over things but that’s easier said than done. Sabrina is still trying to get over the loss of her husband Brett, but with twins to care for she doesn’t get much time, so the summer is the perfect opportunity to get some clarity, but peace and quiet is not on the cards as both Teague and Sabrina discover, but will it be the best thing that could happen to either? Will their pain bring them together, or tear them apart?
Loved the story, plot, writing, and characters. Some grammatical errors but nothing to cause issue, some very sweet moments, lots of angst, misunderstandings, and hurt but some great scenes, and the sex was romantic. Would recommend.

Sharon
5
Mon, 24 Jul 2017

This book I felt was the best one in the series! I love the characters and the storyline was gripping, it had me from the very first page. The editing was so much better there were not the errors that there were in the previous books . I have really enjoyed this series .

Sandy S
4
Thu, 02 Apr 2015

4 stars
ABOUT THE BOOK: Release Date June 24, 2015
Teague Simon is a man at a crossroads. He’s no good around people and spending time alone at the family cottage will hopefully ease his burden. What he doesn’t need is the woman next door poking around his business making things worse. And what he really doesn’t need are her two young children in his face. How can they help slay the demons that haunt him?
Sabrina Campbell is barely surviving and doing everything that she can to hide that fact. She takes care of her kids and keeps herself busy. She’s not looking for anything other than the chance to forget. But when Teague Simon shows up, looking as haunted as she is, she’s drawn to his pain. His loneliness. She knows his scars run deep, but so do hers. She should stay away and yet she can’t.
Can these two broken souls somehow heal each other?
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REVIEW: TEAGUE is the fourth installment in Juliana Stone’s adult, contemporary The Family Simon romance series focusing on the Simon Family. This is US soldier Teague Simon, and widow/single mother Sabrina Campbell’s storyline. TEAGUE can be read as a stand alone without any difficulty. Several of the characters from the previous storylines as well as Teague’s family play cameo roles throughout the story.
Told from dual third person perspectives TEAGUE follows the building relationship between two broken souls. Sabrina is a young widow with six year old twins Morgan and Harry, whose husband passed away from cancer: Teague is a soldier whose PTSD and injuries from his time in Syria, finds our hero lost in a world of nightmares and grief, with the death of a friend weighing heavily on his mind. While on R&R at his family cottage in Muskoka/Gravenhurst, Ontario, Canada, Teague will reconnect with childhood friend Sabrina Campbell while reconsidering another assignment that will take him away from his family and friends.
The storyline focuses on the rekindling of a friendship between Teague and Sabrina, and the growing bond between Teague, and Sabrina’s twins. Teague is a man whose demons ride fairly close to the surface, and he believes he is not capable of love or understanding with all that he has had to endure. His goal is to escape the nightmares and ghosts by embarking on another mission. At times, his attitude and patience push away the people he loves.
The relationship between our couple is slow to build as Teague tends to keep to himself a good portion of the storyline but as children always do, Morgan and Harry worm their way into Teague’s heart, opening a path for Sabrina and her love. The $ex scenes are intimate and romantic, without the over the top erotic factor.
Many of Teague’s family are present, some by way of mention, while others take an active role in Teague’s life. We are introduced to townie Josiah Duff whose interest in Sabrina catches Teague off his game.
The world building brings together the Simon’s and their extended family reminiscent of the Kennedy clan with their money, power and political aspirations. Teague is the war veteran who has seen too many deaths, and in this, the Simon family are concerned about their son, and sibling’s emotional recovery.
TEAGUE is a story with family and friends; romance and love; recovery and grief. It is also a story about two friends who reconnect at a time when both are in need of physical and emotional support. Juliana Stone’s THE FAMILY SIMON is a series about family, relationships and love, and in this, TEAGUE sees another Simon family member finding his happily ever after.
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