Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Review ~ Dreams of Ivory (Holiday, Montana #5) by Carrie Ann Ryan

Jackson Cooper hates magic. Even though his brothers are falling prey to the seductive draw of the paranormal world, Jackson wants nothing to do with it. He also wants nothing to do with marriage, babies, and all that comes with it. He's content with being the stoic, but quiet Uncle Jacks. But when a woman from his past, one he's been dodging for years, comes back to town, Jackson might have to reevaluate his plans.

Honor Bridges is the tooth fairy. Well, not the tooth fairy, but at least one of them. For the past eight years she's been on her own, hiding from what she truly wants. Now she's back in Holiday and ready to take over her well as deal with Jackson once and for all. But there's another player in town who isn't happy with the decisions she made all those years ago and Jackson might be the one who takes the brunt of that anger.
Warning: Contains a wickedly spicy tooth fairy--complete with sparkly wings, the most tortured of all the Cooper brothers in all his broodiness, and dreams that are sure to make you never want to wake up in this final Cooper Brother’s installment of the Holiday, Montana series.
I just love the Holiday, Montana Series. I think it is great. What's not to love about the Cooper Brothers. But truthfully I have been waiting for Jackson's Story since I I read book one. And Carrie Ann Ryan did not disappoint. I highly recommended you read the first four books before reading Dreams of Ivory, Jackson makes appearances in each one. Holiday, Montana is a magical town especially the Cooper Brothers but Jackson wanted no part of it. Jackson was very straight laced, the rock that held the family together after the death of their parents, very serious, protective, strong, stubborn. He had a romance with Honor years before. When she comes back to town to be a tooth fairy, the magic Jackson had tried so carefully to avoid backfires. This was a great read that I highly recommend!


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