The Stolen Suitor

The Stolen Suitor His future was set until a thief stole his heart All of Clyde s Corner Montana knows local dandy Chris Ramsey will marry Trix Stubben young widow and heir to the richest ranch in the area But one w

  • Title: The Stolen Suitor
  • Author: Eli Easton
  • ISBN: 9781634768665
  • Page: 403
  • Format: ebook
  • His future was set until a thief stole his heart.All of Clyde s Corner, Montana, knows local dandy Chris Ramsey will marry Trix Stubben, young widow and heir to the richest ranch in the area But one woman isn t too keen on the idea Mabe Crassen wants to get her hands on that ranch, so she sets her older son to court Trix, and her younger son, Jeremy, to distract Chris anHis future was set until a thief stole his heart.All of Clyde s Corner, Montana, knows local dandy Chris Ramsey will marry Trix Stubben, young widow and heir to the richest ranch in the area But one woman isn t too keen on the idea Mabe Crassen wants to get her hands on that ranch, so she sets her older son to court Trix, and her younger son, Jeremy, to distract Chris and lure him astray.Jeremy Crassen thinks his mother s scheme is crazy But he wants desperately to go off to college, which Mabe will agree to if he seduces Chris How will shy, virginal, secretly gay Jeremy attract Chris, who seems determined to do the right thing and marry Trix Jeremy can t compete with a rich female widow Or can he

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    About "Eli Easton"

    1. Eli Easton

      Having been, at various times and under different names, a minister s daughter, a computer programmer, the author of paranormal mysteries, a game designer, an organic farmer, an avid hiker, and a profound sleeper, Eli is happily embarking on yet another incarnation as a m m romance author As an addicted reader of such, she is tinkled pink when an author manages to combine literary merit, vast stores of humor, melting hotness and eye dabbing sweetness into one story She promises to strive to achieve most of that most of the time She currently lives on a farm in Pennsylvania with her husband, three bulldogs, three cows and six chickens All of them except for the husband are female, hence explaining the naked men that have taken up residence in her latest fiction writing.Her website in elieaston You can email her at eli elieastonCOMING SOON See what s in the pipeline here elieaston work in progress

    463 thoughts on “The Stolen Suitor”

    1. 3 Stars!The Stolen Suitor be Eli Easton is a quirky contemporary M/M romance. I want to preface this review by indicating that I have loved the books written by this author that I have read in the past. Ms. Easton has a penchant for writing sweet, unique and hilarious books that always leave me happily sighing. While this story is certainly engaging and fun, it did fall a little short for me.So what is this book about? This story takes place in the small town of Clyde’s Corner, Montana, a plac [...]

    2. ~3.5~I read The Stolen Suitor in one sitting. I find Eli Easton's writing accessible and engaging, and this story is no exception. Jeremy and Chris are charming MCs, and I liked the romance between them. I just wish they'd been given more page time to grow as characters. Their relationship lacked momentum. Many of their interactions happened off-page, and the steam level was quite low (the one truly racy scene in Jeremy's bedroom was HOT, though).Jeremy is a dreamer, a writer, a quiet and though [...]

    3. 4.5 HEARTS--I think it's official.I'm in lurve with the Dreamspun Desires line.So much so that even the shaky narration of my cherry popper narrator, one Mr. Rusty Topsfield, couldn't deter the great story. [Thankfully, I had a personal copy to read along]If Harlequin/ Boon & Mills like tropes ain't your deal, just walk away from this line.This was a homage done right. I loved just about everything. The premise, pace, plot and especially the characters. Eli Easton's New Adult just keeps hitt [...]

    4. 4.5 LOVE HEARTSLOVED THIS!!!! God Eli Easton is amazing. Every time I see one of her books I hesitate and automatically think, ‘this will be to young adult and two cutesy’, and EVERY time I read the book I give it 5 stars and fall in love. I have officially learnt my lesson. I LOVE Eli Easton!!!I think what won this book over for me so utterly was the fact that every single character had depth, and every single character was someone you fell for and fell in love with. This story is predomina [...]

    5. **4.5 stars** I thought this was really cute! Predictable and tropey, yes, but a lot of fun! I love Eli Easton's writing and find it so easy to read. I loved all the main characters and it was great to see Ben and Joshua again. One of my favorite things about this author is that she shares her inspiration desktop. It's great to be able to picture the characters and setting just as the author did when she wrote the story:/author_blog

    6. Part of Dreampspinner's new Dreamspun Desires series, Eli Easton offers a sweet long-angst romance to warm up your nights.Fun fact: For fans of Easton, this romance is actually set in the same small town as her 2013 novel, A Prairie Dog's Love Song, idyllic Clyde's Corner, and it's nice getting to see Ben Rivers and Joshua Braintree are still living their HEA.The premise, and plan, is simple: now that Trix Stubben's a widow, she, and her successful ranch, are ripe for the plucking. Mabe Crassen [...]

    7. 1.5 Disappointed StarsI love Eli Easton's writing and I've rated a number of her books 5-stars. So it deeply saddens me to say that I. Didn't. Like. This. Book. WARNING: SOME SPOILERS BELOW!First, I was wholly unimpressed with Jeremy. Desperate to escape the bad reputation associated with his family name, he quickly agrees to his mama's bad-intentioned plan to seduce Chris Ramsey and then publicly out him. Is Jeremy tricked into it? Nope. Threatened with bodily harm? Nuh-uh. Is he coerced into h [...]

    8. Can I just tell you how relieved I am that what I thought was going to be "the big misunderstanding" wasn't?I was nervous the entire time I was reading that shit was going to get ugly. And, I would have agreed with the ugly.Thank goodness that is not how it went down.Can I also mention how glad I am that Chris did have a brain?I liked this one. It was a little odd that we kind of got two stories in one but it worked.Fit the Harlequin formula perfectly.And cowboys, kind of.

    9. 3.5 StarsWell, how 'bout that. I'm not sure if the synopsis was misleading in some way, or whether the opening scene simply resulted in my mind forming false assumptions of what to expect, but either way, The Stolen Suitor actually came as a bit of a surprise to me. If I'm being honest, I spent the first 50% fairly disinterested in the plot and the multi-pov cast of characters that were driving the story. Instead of getting a simple M/M romance told through the perspectives of one or both of the [...]

    10. This book is set in the same universe as "A Prairie Dog's Love Song" and Joshua and Ben, from that book, are also in this one, though this is an entirely new romance between Jeremy and Chris.Check out my desktop post with images and inspiration for this book on my website:elieaston/desktop-the-stol

    11. Hey, wanna know something? I am a hopeless romantic. Are you shocked? You shouldn’t be. I adore romance, it’s my jam, it’s my comfort zone with reading. From the quiet romance to the erotic and even all the way to PWP, if you give me a shot of feels, you have me hooked.What I have come to expect from the Dreamspun Desires series are the feels, the feelings of my first introduction into reading, or rather stealing my sister’s romance novels and devouring this thing called love. It fuels m [...]

    12. Ohhhhhh!!! This was sooooo sweet!!! I just LOVED Jeremy! And a little bit Chris too. But Jeremy!!!<3Such a cute story, and starring a writer too! Whoooaaaa!! Loving the feels!!!:-*

    13. The third offering in DSP's new Harlequin-like series, The Stolen Suitor, takes us to Montana and pits young Jeremy Crassen, gay and virginal, against Chris Ramsey, gay and in the closet, whose daddy owns the local mercantile store. Chris is expecting to marry his best friend's widow, Trix Stubben, because he wants to do right by his friend, and because he doesn't really want to be gay. Jeremy's mama wants her older boy Eric to marry the widow, which means that Jeremy has to woo Chris away from [...]

    14. I really liked this story!! There were multiple romances happening: Jeremy/Chris and Eric/Trix. I really liked the tension between Jeremy and Chris and both of sex scenes were hot, but I found myself more interested in what was happening between Eric and Trix!! I just wish I could have gotten a little more told from Eric's pov. My biggest complaint is the author made out like Mabe and Billy were elderly, when they are both in their early 40's!! This could be read as a stand alone, but I strongly [...]

    15. 3.5 STARSI liked this one. It started off kind of slow but it picked up about halfway into the story and ended on a high note.Mabe Crassen was determined that the newly widowed Trix Stubben could use a better candidate for remarriage than her best friend Chris Ramsey. So she asked her youngest son, Jeremy, to distract Chris Ramsey so Mabe's older son Eric can woo Trix.The Crassen brother's begin trying to working together to attract the object of their desire. In the beginning, it took awhile to [...]

    16. Giving a favorite author a low rating never gets easier. But we all have hits and misses. Eli Easton just missed with this one.

    17. Talk about a complicated situation with multiple romantic entanglements. I mean, the title already made me suspect this wouldn’t be a straightforward story, but the reality was a lot more fun than I expected. This soap-opera-like emotional drama is set in Montana, in my mind not known for being the most exciting state out there in terms of city-based entertainment, but blessed with beautiful mountains and great opportunities for outdoor activities. Add quite a few cowboys and a variety of real [...]

    18. Yikes, I usually love Eli Easton’s books, but like the most recent release (Midwinter Night’s Dream), this one fell short for me. I know exactly what the issues were, and I’m going to address every single one.Chris’s best friend and Trix’s husband was killed in a freak accident, leaving behind a heartbroken wife, a confused, needy 4 year old daughter, and a father who lost his only son. Chris is bisexual, but he’s leaning heavily towards the gay side of the scale. His decision to mar [...]

    19. 3.5 starsCome on, admit it. You’ve secretly watched soap operas or the more modern equivalent of Lifetime movies with great satisfaction. No? Maybe I’m just projecting. I haven’t read anything else from the Dreamspun Series, but Eli Easton’s contribution to it was just what I needed. Like cuddling on a couch on a cold winter day with the lights dimmed and warm blankets and the cheesiest fluffiest movie ever playing on TV. This is the mood that this book put me in and I absolutely loved i [...]

    20. 3.75 starsJeremy was adorable. He's a really shy guy who uses his hair and baggy clothes to hide from the world. While working as a short order cook, he dreams of making it to university one day and of getting his novel published. His brother, Eric, was pretty awesome too. Really, the Crassen brothers were the best and I so wanted them to get their HEA. I didn't warm up to Chris as much. It's just the story line -- him wanting to marry his best friend's widow and help her raise the daughter and [...]

    21. *3.5*I was expecting a „standard“ M/M romance, but what I got was, in the end, a quite entertaining soap opera. This is the first book I’ve read in this Dreamspinner series, and I guess they are all supposed to be a bit OTT.(view spoiler)[I expected the romance to be completely M/M, but there were actually 3 love stories going on here, of which 2 were M/F. And big surprise, I found myself more interested in one of the M/F ones than the M/M!Eric is what made me round this up to 4 stars. He [...]

    22. I really liked ALL the characters in this book--at least after we got to know them and their motivations better. It took a while for them to wake up and see what was really best for them, but it was fun having two (or three!) HEA's. I loved seeing Ben and Joshua again, and for several scenes, too.

    23. Jeremy’s mother – Mabe – wants Jeremy and his brother Eric to disrupt the “romance” between Chris and Trix so that Eric can win the hand of Trix and inherit the ranch her late husband left her.Jeremy is to seduce the “obviously” gay Chris even though Jeremy himself is not exactly “out”.In the end things end up quite differently than anyone planned and through many twists and turns everyone ends up exactly where they need to be with a delightful HEA.**Eli Easton is a terrific wr [...]

    24. It's definitely a "meh" from me. M/M with M/F and a story based on deceit. A suggestion by Jeremy's mother in an attempt to get their hands on the farm. :/. The whole story just seeming so confusing at times. Normally one of my go to authors, this one did not work for me.

    25. Jeremy and Chris were really sweet, but I actually liked Eric best. I liked seeing him clean himself up and get such a great life at the end. Although I didnt like Trixie. She was annoying.

    26. 4 FALLING FOR YOU STARS!Sweet, fun and uplifting! Two love stories for the price of one! Totally enjoyable lighthearted read.

    27. If I read a book based on the blurb and the first page, I would never have finished this one. Luckily I pushed past, and really liked the story. I loved Jeremy, such a sympathetic character, and grew to like so many of the other characters in the fictional town of Clyde's Corner.

    28. Listened to as part of the MM Romance Group audio challenge - StandaloneI was quite surprised with how much I liked this. I just thought it would be quite light, but there was quite a bit of meat here. No, I didn't agree with everything everyone did, but tbh I like when people act more like in RL than perfect PC romance pod people. So, yeah, Mabe was a schemer, but her biggest fault was her pride, which led her not to tell her big secret before she did. I never got the feeling that Jeremy was fu [...]

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