Claiming the Enemy (Porter Brothers Trilogy, #3) by Jamie Begley

Claiming the Enemy (Porter Brothers Trilogy, #3)

The Porter brothers were raised to live and die by Three Rules.One, a Porter always keeps what’s his.Two, a Porter stands his ground.Three …  Dustin never had to search for his true love. They used to play and get in trouble together, shared a playpen, and their mothers used to be best friends. But that was before their fathers made them enemies and changed the course of their lives. Now the Porters stayed on their side of the mountain whil...


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TitleClaiming the Enemy (Porter Brothers Trilogy, #3)
Author
Release DateSep 30th, 2018
PublisherYoung Ink Press
LanguageEnglish
GenreRomance, Contemporary, Contemporary Romance
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Reviews Claiming the Enemy (Porter Brothers Trilogy, #3)

  • Sabrina
    2018-09-29
    NOW LIVE!Amazon US * Amazon UKDustin is definitely the calm Porter brother but he still has that wild and crazy personality that the Porter's are known for. I loved seeing that insanity turn into more of caring and sweetness and getting to see him finally taking what he wanted. He was so calm and patient with Jessie that it had me swooning big time. And of course through all of that cuteness that he brought to the story there was still a good amo...
  • Laura
    2018-09-29
    Slow start. Unromantic. Zero chemistry.Lack of romance.Lack of sex scenes (odd considering the abundance in previous books!) Then a weird turn of events that had me eye rolling.Not an enjoyable read.
  • Fatimama
    2018-09-29
    1 star for the cover.Le sigh, where do I even begin.- H/h were best friends since babies and each other’s first love before they even knew what it meant- H pushed away h coz their dads are enemies and H just did what every JB H has ever done, sleep around- H fell in love with someone else, got ow preggy, married ow, didn’t have the means to fight for ow coz ow’s father was against their rel, ow gave birth to their son without H knowing- Mor...
  • Fatimama
    2018-09-29
    1 star for the cover.Le sigh, where do I even begin.- H/h were best friends since babies and each other’s first love before they even knew what it meant- H pushed away h coz their dads are enemies and H just did what every JB H has ever done, sleep around- H fell in love with someone else, got ow preggy, married ow, didn’t have the means to fight for ow coz ow’s father was against their rel, ow gave birth to their son without H knowing- Mor...
  • Lu Bielefeld *read.laugh.love*
    2018-10-01
    I was not convinced of his love for her.You can call me cynical and bitter, but he was really in love with Sam. For her he would leave the family and the land he loved. He married Sam.He had sex with everything that moved, breathed, and had some hole available.Our heroine remained a virgin and not even she was kissed by anyone.Pathetic.Sad.Loser.Doormat.I think he felt guilty for not having warned or even phoned her when he had the premonition th...
  • Bwmurf
    2018-09-29
    Probably more of a 2.5 Idk what’s up if it’s iust me or what but I sure haven’t been feeling the love between last few hero and heroines. I really didn’t like how he was suppose to have loved Samantha but also loved heroine. Cause I believe it was in Tate’s book that it was said Porters only love once. I’m pretty sure throughout some of previous books it was noted how much he was in love with Samantha. So to believe he loved Jessie mo...
  • Neringa Neringiukas
    2018-09-30
    Honestly, I'm struggling how to feel or what to say about this story. I was irked more then half through the book with how Jessie never moved on, with each piece revealed of how she never stopped loving Dusty. I always hate when h is stuck on him while H lives his life. I guess you could argue about Dustin living his life. I do agree, that there was sweet moments revealed how he felt about Jessie through the years. Moments that softened me a bit ...
  • Bella
    2018-09-30
    I had a huge expectation for this book & unfortunately am disappointed by it. I read the Last Rider series by the same author and have to say the writing style of those books r more matured & intense compared to this Porter Brothers series. It lacks the thrill. This book had a story line which could go a long way to make up for the lacking I found in the other books. But sadly it was just a simple story where they met again and started a relation...
  • Anne Sherman
    2018-10-01
    Just okFelt no connection with Dustin and Jessie. Where is the heat that Jamie knows how to write. Been missing in her last few books. I think Geer made this book if it wasn't for him i don't think I would have finished. I found it boring at times and seemed to just dragged on to make the book longer.
  • Nicky
    2018-10-01
    2.5 StarsFor the love of Pete. An h on ice. The H a HUGE whore. Ugh! Not redeemed, he was not sorry. Words mean shit. His actions spoke volumes. I absolutely hated the way the doormat h acted. The only reason this book received stars were due to the side characters.
  • Danielle Tate
    2018-09-29
    A great ending to a trilogyThis book was amazing I ugly cried, I lol, I cussed at the screen and threw my iPad .Dustin and Jessie were well rounded characters that had a great plot line this was a perfect ending to the Porter trilogy
  • Brandi
    2018-10-05
    Another emotional addition to the Porter Brothers Trilogy!This book was a beautiful balance of heartache & happiness. It made me ugly cry, it made me laugh, it pissed me off & it made my heart smile. I simply couldn't put it down. The best thing about this book... The love the Porters have for one another. The bond this family shares is arguably the strongest, most unbreakable one in this entire series. That fact has been demonstrated time & time...
  • Marie Vayer
    2018-10-03
    The books from this author are going further down hill with each one. So many editing errors in this one...mainly missing words from sentences. Took forever to get into the story almost 30% into the book before the story started - too much back story of the kids growing up, talk about slow and dry ugggg. Took me 3 days to read, her books normally finished in a day. Dustin was different in this book than he has been in previous books (he was never...
  • Turtlex
    2018-09-30
    Claiming my tears is way more accurate a title...just saying Awwwwwww.man, this author always gets me to cry. She writes with such realism of emotion. She plucks at my heart strings like they were a banjo being played on the top of Black Mountain. This story was action PACKED. #Kidnapping, #murder, #rape, #amnesia, #MountainFolk #HillPeople #paranormal #paranormalactivity #spirituality #manwhore #virgin #SecondChanceAtLove #TerminalIllness #Porte...
  • Carmen Baldwin
    2018-10-04
    Lost Love, Found!I wanted to take my time in giving my review of this wonderful, beautiful story. I love Jamie's stories because as you read you can feel a part of her heart in them, and when you think you could not love the Porters any more she pushes the limits even more. This is the story of Dustin the youngest brother of the Porters and was just living for Logan, and his family, Jessie was a childhood friend and a hated Hayes, and was just li...
  • Jackie Kiwibooknerd
    2018-10-01
    So bowl me over with a feather as I have not yet to date rated any of this authors books a 5. There have been a slew of 4's and even a 1, but never a 5......till Dustin's story!!!!I was in awe of how good this book really was. In my opinion, its the author's best book to date. For once, I loved how there was the usual drama in the book, but no OW cheating going on left, right and center. This was a pure love story from start to finish.....and Dus...
  • Caro Richard
    2018-10-03
    Best friends to enemies to more.I can't believe I'm going to say this cause I love this author, but I just didn't gel with this story or the characters.I mean I loved Greer and I thought he was the worst out off the Porters. Turns out he wasn't.I think the main reason is that I wasn't convinced of Dustin's love. He loved Sam (god I hated her!) and Jessie was really just a doormat. Guess the heart wants what the heart wants.Although I didn't love ...
  • Diane Yoskowitz
    2018-10-04
    Dustin Porter you have my heart! So Good!I laughed-cried throughout this whole book! So emotional and just when I thought I was going to lose it, a Porter says a zinger and I am dying laughing. What a great second chance romance that is heart-rending and moving. I loved this book! I love this series!
  • R
    2018-10-02
    Not what I expected, but good twist, I love Greer. I think the issue is I have to remember they are not the last riders. But it’s hard to see them with out a big names character-say one of the woman. I can see Tate as a last rider with jewel or someone......
  • Gina Grabosky-Hollingsworth
    2018-10-01
    This was a hard one for me. I did feel the chemistry at alk. As for the plot it was good but it seemed their could have been a lot more twists to Jessie part. I did like Dustin storyline part at the end.
  • Laura
    2018-10-01
    Slow start. Unromantic. Zero chemistry.Lack of romance.Lack of sex scenes (odd considering the abundance in previous books!)Then a weird turn of events that had me eye rolling.Not an enjoyable read.
  • Sheyla ✎
    2018-10-06
    Excellent addition to the Porter trilogy!I laughed and I cried reading it. Yet, again another book that made me cry while on a plane. My poor husband kept on asking me if I was all right. Thankfully, I was in the window seat, so no one else was privy to my madness. Dustin is the youngest Porter brother. He has a son that he loves and a respectable business despite the reputation his family inherited. His dad was tough on him and his only friend g...
  • Kristi
    2018-09-30
    This book was the true testament as to what true love and family is all about. This was the least sexy book that Jamie has written that I’ve read! It’s not about that in my opinion, it was about so much more!! The Porter clan and The Hayes clan have that kind of love. They were destined to be enemies because of their fathers but Dustin Porte and Jessie Hayes fell in love when they were only children, as much as children know what love is. It ...
  • Shaly
    2018-10-02
    I never thought Dustin was the sweet one out of the Porters. Being the youngest of the boyd and well just being a Porter, I thought he was an ass like his brothers but he really wasn't. He was very sweet, super thoughtful, very loyal and extremely smart. I really enjoyed his character. Jessie was pretty cool as well, she was dealt a shitty hand with what happened to her, I dont think her method of coping was healthy, she shut people out, became a...
  • Jessica
    2018-09-29
    4.5 stars What an emotional rollercoaster. Right when you think your heart can't take it anymore , BAM, JB delivers another blow.The prologue introduces you to a very young Jessie and Dustin and what happened to their friendship and the fallout. Flash forward to present day.....JB takes you on a journey with twists and turns as well as revelations you never saw coming. I loved going back to Treepoint with some great cameos and of course my favori...
  • Rosie
    2018-09-30
    Dustin Porter😍Jamie is back on top form with the last instalment in the Porter Brother's Trilogy. This book but me with so many feels towards the end. I had no idea what was happening.Possible spoilers coming up...Jessie was a God strong love interest and I really liked their relationship, both as kids and now. Her brother's and cousins need books! Greer in this book was once again on top form, especially at the end. My heart really broke for ...
  • Alaina Hallock
    2018-10-06
    I had high expectations for Dustin, and I do have to say I was a little thrown off by a few things in this book. In Lucky’s book Dustin’s character acted as though he had the feels for Willa, then in Knox’s book it came out Dustin and Sam had this BIG secret relationship and had a love child (Logan) all while he loved Jessie...... I did love that Jessie never lost the love for him, but I was lost on the whole notes 📝 Dustin left, because...
  • Tammy G
    2018-10-04
    Jamie Begley is one of my favorite authors, never reading a book by her I didn't love including Dustin's story, Claiming the Enemy. I was disappointed to see quite a few negative reviews. I will admit this carried a bit less grit than some of her past books. This wasn't necessarily a negative though. The sexuality wasn't a huge focus but instead extremely emotionally charged. I sat in my living room crying my eyes out a couple of different times....
  • Elizabeth
    2018-10-02
    Another intricate story from Jamie BegleyI’ve bought all of Jamie’s books and loved most of them -not all though as I haven’t liked the ending of some. This I liked.I must admit I read the reviews, which were mostly favourable, first and wondered how it was going to pan out. It panned out well.Dustin is the youngest Porter brother who we met in previous books. He’s been written well by Jamie, however I must admit, some of his motivations ...