30 review for Saved by the Mountain Man

  1. 5 out of 5

    Darlene I read WAY to many books

    These mountain men are FIREEE!!!! TEDDY oh teddy that poor man who thought all these years he lost his "one" but he didn't. Let's go back abit Teddy is the youngest of the brothers and when he meets Juniper he is sprung like his other brothers but it can't be Juni is not his one he already had it and missed it. So she can be a fk buddy thats it and he goes with that and having Juni turn him down. Juni finds him and what he said to be a jerk but now finds out she's his "one" still doesn't believe These mountain men are FIREEE!!!! TEDDY oh teddy that poor man who thought all these years he lost his "one" but he didn't. Let's go back abit Teddy is the youngest of the brothers and when he meets Juniper he is sprung like his other brothers but it can't be Juni is not his one he already had it and missed it. So she can be a fk buddy thats it and he goes with that and having Juni turn him down. Juni finds him and what he said to be a jerk but now finds out she's his "one" still doesn't believe him and thinking it's a joke her walls are so high Teddy is grovling and being a caveman on trying to win his woman and show her she's his one and only I laughed at Teddy he wasn't like the other brothers he didn't kidnapp or mess with her birth control. His plan was stalk her, always be around her and non stop tell her she's his lol. If that doesn't work he'll just though her over his shoulder and tie her up lol. I gotta give it up to juni she held out and when teddy messed up big time she stood her ground and let both parties take a breather (even if Teddy wasnt) 🤣🤣🤣 only 2 brothers left. No ow drama slight om drama, mo cheating, Secondary characters, Drama, sexy times, no virgins and H was a manwhore (before the h he fucked alot) Recommend-yes Cover-⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Heat level-🌶🌶🌶 Slowburnish Age gap 20h/31H Push away from both Masturbation Seperation (1dayish) Dub-conish Spankings Force O's No condom Hea Epilogues

  2. 4 out of 5

    Stephanie

    Wide disclaimer for this series because I'm posting reviews on books 1-5: these are over the top alphas. Like, minor stalking... kidnapping... not taking "no thank you I'm not interested" for an answer. Major breeding. Messing with birth control. Read it like you read a dark psycho romance - knowing this isn't an endorsement for the behavior in real life. How funny that Teddy - the youngest Barnett brother who has always been seen as the most kind/gentle - is the one who crossed the line physica Wide disclaimer for this series because I'm posting reviews on books 1-5: these are over the top alphas. Like, minor stalking... kidnapping... not taking "no thank you I'm not interested" for an answer. Major breeding. Messing with birth control. Read it like you read a dark psycho romance - knowing this isn't an endorsement for the behavior in real life. How funny that Teddy - the youngest Barnett brother who has always been seen as the most kind/gentle - is the one who crossed the line physically making the heroine feel safe. Yes, Huck took Cora's birth control (book 2) but she never felt unsafe with him physically. In this book he screams at her and restrains her from leaving while she sobs, to the point where everyone else has to separate them. So yes... again... this serious is not for everyone. This is over the top on purpose and if that's not your thing, I GET IT - don't read it. Like, you won't enjoy at all. Speaking of, don't read it if you don't want to read a hero call the heroine "treasure" 142 times (approximately) or talk about how hard his dick is and how he wants to flood her with baby making juice (actually that's all the books in the series). But full disclosure: I read all 5 of the books out right now in under 25 hours and I'm actually bummed the last 2 aren't out. If you enjoy Jessa Kane, Mink, or any of those other erotica novella writers, this is like that on crack - longer, better writing, more steam, better romance. Also this one was a bonus because he didn't realize she was "HIS WOMAN" so he propositions her for sex and she says no and he's like "......wait wut O: y not!!!!" and then realizes he's a little shit. NICE. CW: stalking, kidnapping, dubcon. Tread carefully if you are sensitive about anything domestic violence related - there is none in this book (he worships her) BUT the behaviors that all the brothers exhibit are very similar with abusive, obsessed men who stalk women

  3. 4 out of 5

    Kelly_Reads_Books

    I love these Mountain Men stories so much that I squeal when a new comes out. Finally Teddy’s story and it was fabulous ❤️ Teddy feels he missed out on his “one and only” years ago when he didn’t recognize the feelings and has resigned himself to his fate of being alone forever. But then along comes Juniper and he doesn’t realize that she might be the one until big brother Beau sets him straight. Then he is on a mission to convince Juniper and boy does he mess up. These Mountain Men stories have I love these Mountain Men stories so much that I squeal when a new comes out. Finally Teddy’s story and it was fabulous ❤️ Teddy feels he missed out on his “one and only” years ago when he didn’t recognize the feelings and has resigned himself to his fate of being alone forever. But then along comes Juniper and he doesn’t realize that she might be the one until big brother Beau sets him straight. Then he is on a mission to convince Juniper and boy does he mess up. These Mountain Men stories have just the right amount of drama with an over abundance of Alpha Cavemen times that make these stories deliciously interesting and the reader cannot put them down. Only 2 more Barnett brothers to go!

  4. 4 out of 5

    The Romantic Rush Blog

    Gah- this series is just so delicious! Despite convention, my fervent feminism, or even LOGIC, I somehow fall head over heels every time for the crazy, alpha, "you're mine" caveman antics of these Montana Mountain Men. Yummy- just yummy. But Teddy takes the cake, y'all. Saved by the Mountain Man is by far my favorite in the series. Brimming with the over the top alpha possessiveness Weir so deftly delivers, sweltering with dirty talking sizzle, and chock full of the magnetic chemistry that's per Gah- this series is just so delicious! Despite convention, my fervent feminism, or even LOGIC, I somehow fall head over heels every time for the crazy, alpha, "you're mine" caveman antics of these Montana Mountain Men. Yummy- just yummy. But Teddy takes the cake, y'all. Saved by the Mountain Man is by far my favorite in the series. Brimming with the over the top alpha possessiveness Weir so deftly delivers, sweltering with dirty talking sizzle, and chock full of the magnetic chemistry that's permeated these stories, Saved by the Mountain Man has everything that makes this series so gosh darn addictive. But even better, Weir takes this one in a slightly different, but much welcomed, direction, and it made the romance all the richer and more charming. I could not put this Mountain Men story down! I gobbled it right up and wanted to dive back in for more. I don’t want to spoil you on the Barnett brothers’ latest claiming antics, but I will say I was delighted at how fresh this particular outing felt in the series. While Gemma always puts a different spin on each story, the architecture is understandably similar- the Barnett men fall hard and fast just like the prophecy-like generational tale of their father and the brothers before them. In Teddy’s story however, Gemma explores an aspect of the Barnett mindset that I’d always been curious about- and it makes this story not only lots of original fun, but it makes Teddy stand out as the swooniest and most delicious Barnett to date. Oh yes, Teddy sparkles. We still have all the growly possession paired with over the top swoony devotion, but Teddy proves something that the other Barnett men haven’t quite figured out. He can be possessive and dominating without being demoralizing or domineering. There’s a gentleness to Teddy’s breed of crazy that is just radically compelling, a respect and thoughtfulness that is both humorously challenging for him at times but also so very endearing. Dare I say, he’s the most logical of this batch?! He recognizes their insanity, and while he certainly dives right in, he also tempers it with a bit more patience. It not only makes him the most dreamy of the brothers thus far, without losing any of what makes this series so addictive, but it also makes his relationship seem the most substantive thus far. He bother possesses Juniper and is a loving partner to her- of course, the way it all plays out is what makes this particular story so interesting. And Juniper is a fantastic heroine- also my favorite so far. She’s level headed, resilient, hard working and caring. She’s both self-assured and insecure in places, but refreshingly clear on who she is and in touch with her needs and own baggage. She’s also positive, despite having a life story that really wouldn’t warrant it- the perfect nexus of pragmatic and optimistic. And best yet, she’s got a bit of a bite. And her bite doesn’t come in feigned sass or stereotypical “tough girl” bravado that we often see authors attributing to “strong’ heroines. Her strength comes from her self-respect- the ways in which she consistently, stoically, and steadfastly demands for the relationships she deserves. Not to mention, Gemma opens up a whole new can of worms with her smoke jumping hot brothers and their crew- REALLY hoping that springboards into a whole new series. Together these two are straight FIRE. Best chemistry in the series- they’re fun, they’re intense, they’re sexy, they’re sweet. There are so many layers to their connection- emotive and sensual, restorative and challenging. I just adored watching them muddle through it all. And I feel like we have some real authentic character development in both as they figure out what they want- how to be true to themselves while being true to the person they love. And that’s when the Barnett crazy really WORKS- when the brother finds a way to let their lady be herself while letting their crazy caveman flag fly. And Teddy has just set the standard- listen up Barnett brothers, he’s set the bar high. I’m super excited to see what Gemma comes up with for our remaining two brothers. AND hello smoke jumpers, PLEASE GIVE ME THEM ALL!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Kate V

    4.5 stars! This is the fifth book in the Montana Mountain Men series and features Teddy and his girl Juniper (Juni). Teddy thinks that he has lost his chance at his one and only but it turns out what he thought was wrong. When Juni walks into his life, that caveman brain wakes the f*ck up and he single mindedly pursues her like all the other Barnett men do their women. However, Teddy is in a different position than the other Barnett mountain men and in his perceived notion that he will never have 4.5 stars! This is the fifth book in the Montana Mountain Men series and features Teddy and his girl Juniper (Juni). Teddy thinks that he has lost his chance at his one and only but it turns out what he thought was wrong. When Juni walks into his life, that caveman brain wakes the f*ck up and he single mindedly pursues her like all the other Barnett men do their women. However, Teddy is in a different position than the other Barnett mountain men and in his perceived notion that he will never have 'the one' he makes a massive mistake and taints the relationship with Juni that could have bloomed faster if he hadn't been such a jerk. Juni is now less than impressed with Teddy and can't imagine a future with a man who propositioned her in such a crude and unromantic way. Even though she is attracted to Teddy and wants him in her bed, she isn't up for having to salvage her pride and self-esteem after a short roll in the hay. But Teddy is intent on convincing her that he sees the error of his ways and wants her for more than a quick one night stand. He wants everything. Let the alpha caveman control commence. “Hell fucking yes you are. My cock owns your cunt, it’s mine, this ass is mine and this mouth and these tits, every fucking inch of you belongs to me.” I LOVE this OTT series and this one is just as good as the others. Teddy was just so alpha and I couldn't get enough of his controlling and possessive attitude. I loved that Juni challenged him and the two of them created a relationship that was unique to the two of them. The steam in here was really really hot and was perfectly balanced between sweet and spicy. “How do I make you feel?” she asks cautiously, like she’s not sure she wants to know the answer. “Like I’ll live in perpetual darkness without you.” If you love majorly OTT romances with an alpha male that bulldozes his way into his woman's heart and a heroine that is soft but fierce, you have to try this series. It's like catnip to me. P.S. Gemma...I hope we will be getting some smokejumper's stories.....*wink wink*

  6. 4 out of 5

    Cat Hoffpauir

    4.4 stars. Wow. This was a ride, for sure. These characters were pushing and pulling each other throughout the Entire book. Their relationship wasn’t my favorite, if I’m honest. Too much of a fight for control between them. Not enough time at the end with them made up to make it all as satisfying as I would want. The sex and the characters made up for it though. The sex was steamy and sexy and full of little hints of punishment and a small power exchange. Again. I wish we got a bit more of that s 4.4 stars. Wow. This was a ride, for sure. These characters were pushing and pulling each other throughout the Entire book. Their relationship wasn’t my favorite, if I’m honest. Too much of a fight for control between them. Not enough time at the end with them made up to make it all as satisfying as I would want. The sex and the characters made up for it though. The sex was steamy and sexy and full of little hints of punishment and a small power exchange. Again. I wish we got a bit more of that since we only really see them totally accept that in the last bit of book. But still. It was hot, and it kept my attention. And the characters. They were all fun and it was cool to see all the Barnetts again after months between my reading of the last book. Plus Juni’s brothers. They’re just as protective and full of alpha energy as the Barnett brothers. I really enjoyed it. It definitely had me feeling the feels at times and getting hot and bothered at others. Not my favorite of the series, but I’m glad I read it and I can’t wait to see the last two remaining single brothers find their ‘ones’.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Mystix

    I really need to stop reading these books because I dislike every single h except for one, but the h I did like I disliked her H. Never ending cycle 😂 Safety: OW - H did try to hook up with someone (after he met h) and felt disgusted/couldn’t get it up when OW touched him. This part was super brief and didn’t bother me. OM - OM asks h on a date but H continues to come around and allows h to go on a date with another man but only if they (H and h) have sex before she goes.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Selena Michaels

    I’m not even done yet, just preorder, post everywhere and read it upon release because Teddy Barnett deserves that! Update: this is going to disappoint so many people, but I refuse to spoil this story. Teddy was everything I wish I had and juniper was a feisty delight. I can go on and on about how amazing the read is. The fact that teddy got his results doing something different that beau and even huck gave me heart palpitations in a good way. I would like to live in Gemma’s house so whenever she I’m not even done yet, just preorder, post everywhere and read it upon release because Teddy Barnett deserves that! Update: this is going to disappoint so many people, but I refuse to spoil this story. Teddy was everything I wish I had and juniper was a feisty delight. I can go on and on about how amazing the read is. The fact that teddy got his results doing something different that beau and even huck gave me heart palpitations in a good way. I would like to live in Gemma’s house so whenever she wrote a new word in her story I’d be the first person to read it. But my author friends say that’s a tad bit crazy 🥹 anyway if Gemma could keep this series going I’ll probably bow at her feet at a reader event. I don’t just want the Barnett men, I want the childrens HEA too. I’ve never wanted a second generation until this series. Sorry not sorry but Gemma is stuck with me for life. I don’t care what she’s writing, I’m reading it. Clothes are optional!😉

  9. 4 out of 5

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    ↬ DNF Idk who needs to be saved… Me or Gemma’s writing *yawning* 🥱

  10. 4 out of 5

    Sandra VL

    “I’m going to make you crave me so badly you hurt when I’m not near, I’m going to make you as obsessed with me as I am with you.” This is the 5th book in the Montana Mountain man series and i find it so fitting that this also happens to be my first 5 star rating of the series. Why? Because, Teddy. Is. Delicious. I’ve crossed the threshold of wanting book boyfriends to remain as book boyfriends (the insanity can stay within the book realm thanks 😂) to wanting me very own Teddy Barnett. We’re all a “I’m going to make you crave me so badly you hurt when I’m not near, I’m going to make you as obsessed with me as I am with you.” This is the 5th book in the Montana Mountain man series and i find it so fitting that this also happens to be my first 5 star rating of the series. Why? Because, Teddy. Is. Delicious. I’ve crossed the threshold of wanting book boyfriends to remain as book boyfriends (the insanity can stay within the book realm thanks 😂) to wanting me very own Teddy Barnett. We’re all aware that sometimes the Barnett brothers can pull some stunts that leave us questioning why exactly we liked it however Teddy is a whole other ball game. He’s by far my favourite brother so far. He was the growly but sweet caveman we expect from the men in this series whilst also having that extra bit of care and respect for the heroine that really just worked so beautifully for this book. His self awareness to the cavemen tendencies and how it may potentially conflict with Junis’ need for independence was *chefs kiss*. His devotion to making her happy even if it left him feeling not so hot? Delectable. I’ll repeat. I want my own Teddy. Now, for those who read the book for our wonderful book boyfriends… let me introduce Juniper Henderson. She is strong, stubborn, sweet and (my personal favourite) self aware of her own insecurities and issues. She refuses to let past traumas or negativity infect her life and continues to be true to herself. She is a main character a-lot of people can resonate with or take something from, which is fantastic for a romance novel meant for entertainment and not self reflection. Now even better than the above? JUNI. HAS. BACKBONE. Juniper Henderson embodies the quote “Men are not a necessity but a luxury. If they do not make my life better than it already is, then why would i keep them around” and it makes me so excited because damn right. We are great on our own and even better with the right person. The chemistry between Teddy and Juni is 🔥🔥. The relationship development and heat between them can give a girl that rollercoaster stomach feeling and i looooove that you get all the juicy OTT alpha male in a sweet contemporary romance. Safety: - Incredibly steamy 🔥 - Grovel - No cheating - some OM presence. Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ / 5 Spice level: 🌶🌶🌶🌶/ 5 Main Characters: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ / 5 Side characters: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ / 5 Darkness scale: Not dark / 5 Does contain OTT Jealous/possessive alpha males but no dark themes. Angst: Little to no angst, depending on your tolerance. Ending: HEA (happy ever after) POV: Dual. **ARC received for an Honest Review**

  11. 5 out of 5

    Sammie

    2⭐️ POV: Dual, 1st person. SERIES or STANDALONE: 5th in series, can be read as a standalone. TROPES: M/F adult, small town, age gap (h is 20, H is 31), work colleagues romance. SIZE: 286 (last page) Kindle pages. PLOT: 📚📚📚📚📚/5 ROMANCE: ❤️❤️/5 SPICE/STEAM: 🌶🌶🌶🌶🌶/5 MY THOUGHTS: Keeping in mind that this series is about OTT possessive cavemen…this wasn’t the best of the series. This one and the 3rd book weren’t great (both plot were boring & the sex wasn’t the best either…the rest of the books are what 2⭐️ POV: Dual, 1st person. SERIES or STANDALONE: 5th in series, can be read as a standalone. TROPES: M/F adult, small town, age gap (h is 20, H is 31), work colleagues romance. SIZE: 286 (last page) Kindle pages. PLOT: 📚📚📚📚📚/5 ROMANCE: ❤️❤️/5 SPICE/STEAM: 🌶🌶🌶🌶🌶/5 MY THOUGHTS: Keeping in mind that this series is about OTT possessive cavemen…this wasn’t the best of the series. This one and the 3rd book weren’t great (both plot were boring & the sex wasn’t the best either…the rest of the books are what they are, gorgeous alpha neanderthal men with good smut…90% smut & 10% plot. This book also had a few typos. MY STORY SUMMARY: Juni & her brothers moved to town and it’s not long before they are invited to dinner with the Barnetts. Teddy sees Juni and immediately wants to throw her over his shoulder and take her to his room. But after a terrible proposition where she turns him down he realises his mistake. Now he must make her see what he truly wants. ⛔️ My bookshelves can contain spoilers.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Rhonda

    Oh Teddy!!!! I think out of all the brothers (so far), Teddy is my favorite!!!! And Juniper? I adore her! This will be a very short review because I won't spoil it but when this comes out, just get the book. Yes, Teddy is just as "over the top" as his brothers but at the same time, when he messes up, he backs off and gives her space, even though it hurt! Juniper is like a breath of fresh air! She's not immune to Teddy's charms but she still is her own person. Both make mistakes and both are gonn Oh Teddy!!!! I think out of all the brothers (so far), Teddy is my favorite!!!! And Juniper? I adore her! This will be a very short review because I won't spoil it but when this comes out, just get the book. Yes, Teddy is just as "over the top" as his brothers but at the same time, when he messes up, he backs off and gives her space, even though it hurt! Juniper is like a breath of fresh air! She's not immune to Teddy's charms but she still is her own person. Both make mistakes and both are gonna have to own up to them but oh man, my heart was beating like crazy. Loved this book so much and yeah, looking forward to the next one!

  13. 4 out of 5

    Megan

    Everything about the Barnett brothers should make my inner feminist revolt but I just can't help but love them. If you don't like a J/P caveman H this is not the book for you but if you've already had the pleasure of meeting the first four Barnett brothers than you know what you're in for. I was looking forward to Teddy's story and I was really worried when I started reading that he wasn't what I was expecting but just like Juniper, before I knew it, I was in love with him and his dirty talking w Everything about the Barnett brothers should make my inner feminist revolt but I just can't help but love them. If you don't like a J/P caveman H this is not the book for you but if you've already had the pleasure of meeting the first four Barnett brothers than you know what you're in for. I was looking forward to Teddy's story and I was really worried when I started reading that he wasn't what I was expecting but just like Juniper, before I knew it, I was in love with him and his dirty talking ways. I received an ARC for this review.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Jezabel Nightingale

    That was a sublime read! I’m a proud, card carrying feminist (and yes, I do carry a card in my wallet!) but the way the amazing Gemma can portray these characters shows that the women still have agency. Teddy was a great character who showed so much more self-awareness than his brothers before him. Only two brothers to go—can’t wait to see what comes next! Also grateful to the colleague who put me onto these books in the first place!

  15. 5 out of 5

    Lynne Shaw

    Where do I begin! I adore Gemma Weir’s Montana Mountain Men series! Huck was always my favorite brother UNTIL…. Teddy! Teddy is so in control and yet he can lose control and go caveman! His relentless pursuit and all consuming need to be in Juni thoughts, space and arms is delicious! Teddy wants it all with Juniper and he’s hell bent on making Juniper his forever one and only! Ladies do not pass up the opportunity to spend some time with Teddy!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Jessica Gilbert

    I've loved every Montana Mountain Men book that I have voraciously read previously and this was no difference. My one and only complaint was that I wished for more of Teddy in the steam and other situations. Juni is beautiful, vivacious, curvy and genuinely a sweet baby sister to her two older brothers. Her brothers dote on her and genuinely look out for her in all aspects of life even if they come off as overbearing and in charge. Juni knows how to stand her ground even if she's quiet and contem I've loved every Montana Mountain Men book that I have voraciously read previously and this was no difference. My one and only complaint was that I wished for more of Teddy in the steam and other situations. Juni is beautiful, vivacious, curvy and genuinely a sweet baby sister to her two older brothers. Her brothers dote on her and genuinely look out for her in all aspects of life even if they come off as overbearing and in charge. Juni knows how to stand her ground even if she's quiet and contemplative, she's always known the place that she holds in the universe and she's proud of it even if others might not view it in the same light. She wonderfully fits in with the Barnett women in a way that makes their growing family expand by three virtually overnight and it's genuinely beautiful to watch. Teddy is ridiculous, even when he gets exactly what he's asking for it's like he puts the cart before the horse more often than not. His mouth has a funny way or running away from him and getting into situations that he's not even aware of how to get out of. And the beginning of this book and his first true interaction with Juni is a perfect example of this. Thank goodness he has his brothers around him or he'd still be stumbling in the dark throughout the book. Teddy is just as confused about his reaction to the beautiful Juni as she is to him, but the eventually work it out even if it takes them a while to get there. There's a bunch of up and downs that eventually lead to the end of the book, but I won't spoil it or how it ends up. You'll just have to read it to really enjoy it. Not my favorite of the Mountain Men books but definitely a contender on one of those comfort reads that gets your brain right in the right space for a relaxing night. Put this on your TBR, you won't be disappointed. I received an advance review copy for free, and I am leaving this review voluntarily.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Romancing the Reader

    Eeks... Listen. Have I read 5 of these books? Yes. Do I recommend them to anyone else? Absolutely not. Deep down, the stories are fine. The two-page authors note in the beginning showed me that Gemma Weir knows what she's doing... she's writing what she wants and she's unapologetic. Readers can get on board or just get out of the way - and that's completely fine. But there's one scene in this book that definitely bordered on uncomfortable for me. And it takes a lot to get me there. And I think that Eeks... Listen. Have I read 5 of these books? Yes. Do I recommend them to anyone else? Absolutely not. Deep down, the stories are fine. The two-page authors note in the beginning showed me that Gemma Weir knows what she's doing... she's writing what she wants and she's unapologetic. Readers can get on board or just get out of the way - and that's completely fine. But there's one scene in this book that definitely bordered on uncomfortable for me. And it takes a lot to get me there. And I think that Weir constantly hides behind her character's insistence that "they're not a dom" in that it allows her to play with dubious consent and no safe words and pushing hard limits, etc. If she admitted she's writing D/s erotica, she'd be held to a standard. Usually I'd have given this a three but it is honestly a little concerning that with 5,000 people reading your books, you wouldn't be more concerned about typos and punctuation. This is the kind of stuff that one betea reader or a freelance $50 editor could pick up... missing periods, words without spaces between them, saying "fullproof" instead of "foolproof"... and my limit is usually 3 before it affects my review. Gemma Weir had three in the first two chapters. I hate ranting in Goodreads reviews, so I do it sparingly. But it's frustrating when an author doesn't take her readers seriously. There's enough of us here that she should, but instead she's fallen in this "you'll take what I give you, and I'll put minimum investment into making it good" mentality. It's an absolute shame, because with a little spit shine these books could go from being everyone's secret shame to a shameless guilty pleasure.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Lenor

    Swooning…These Barnett Brothers are after my heart!!! This series has the ultimate jealous possessive alpha huge mountain men, and the Barnett brothers take this to a whole new level, and I am here for it! This time we get Teddys story, the youngest of the Barnett brothers who thought he missed his chance years ago, since then he’s been the player of the town, in his mind he lost his chance at his happily ever after, so he doesn’t care about finding a second one, because in his words, no one dese Swooning…These Barnett Brothers are after my heart!!! This series has the ultimate jealous possessive alpha huge mountain men, and the Barnett brothers take this to a whole new level, and I am here for it! This time we get Teddys story, the youngest of the Barnett brothers who thought he missed his chance years ago, since then he’s been the player of the town, in his mind he lost his chance at his happily ever after, so he doesn’t care about finding a second one, because in his words, no one deserves to be seconds on someone else’s life. So, when Juniper and her brothers move into town, Teddy offers Juniper the one thing he thinks he can give, only his body; but when Juniper refuses to his offer, that’s when thing start to get interesting. Please just be aware that if you are looking for that hot mountain men that can totally be compared to a caveman with his woman because well, when he discovers the one, he is not letting her go, no matter what, he is taking everything and showing her in every single possible way that they belong together. So again, take this as a warning, you will be obsessed with Teddy´s level of possessiveness, just my type. 😊 -What to expect: Age gap Standalone in an interconnected series Over the top jealous possessive mountain man A heroine that knows what she, does and doesn’t want I need to say this again because is true, a VERY, VERY over the top jealous possessive mountain man…borderline intense caveman (just making sure you know what to expect) Scorching hot scenes HEA

  19. 4 out of 5

    Emily (Mrs B's Books)

    **My thanks to the author for providing me with a free copy for an honest review** Oh dear Teddy. He is certainly put through the paces in order to get the girl that ends up being his. Teddy has been convinced that he has had his chance and that he blew it whilst in Highschool, however when Juniper (Juni) and her brothers Buck and Nero come to town, Teddy does not realise the importance she has to him before he puts his foot in his mouth. The man then has some serious grovelling and persuasion to **My thanks to the author for providing me with a free copy for an honest review** Oh dear Teddy. He is certainly put through the paces in order to get the girl that ends up being his. Teddy has been convinced that he has had his chance and that he blew it whilst in Highschool, however when Juniper (Juni) and her brothers Buck and Nero come to town, Teddy does not realise the importance she has to him before he puts his foot in his mouth. The man then has some serious grovelling and persuasion to do in order to not only get her brothers on his side, but to get Juni to give him a chance. Juni has lived with her mother and knowing that her dad was hardly ever there. It is only when she is a teenager does she find out he has another life with other children. Her main concern is that she does not wish to be as weak willed as her mother. I really enjoyed the plot of this book. Teddy pushed for what was his and Juni certainly was another strong character with a good strong backbone. I loved how her brothers supported her without smothering her and that Teddy's family were there for both characters. With only two brothers left now I am really looking forward to Cody and Bay as they find the woman that are meant for them, although I am kinda hoping that the series continues after them with Buck and Nero lol.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Avi Majithia

    4/5 Gemma Weir's Montana Mountain Men series is escapism on crack. I got started reading these during quarantine and with the completely over-the-top plot lines and caveman attitudes, these books have been great stress-busters. However, I lucked into an ARC of the latest in the series- 'Saved by the Mountain Man' which is Teddy's story and I was curious how his story would play out given the previous explanation of having found and lost his one. I will admit that I think Gemma Weir did great in 4/5 Gemma Weir's Montana Mountain Men series is escapism on crack. I got started reading these during quarantine and with the completely over-the-top plot lines and caveman attitudes, these books have been great stress-busters. However, I lucked into an ARC of the latest in the series- 'Saved by the Mountain Man' which is Teddy's story and I was curious how his story would play out given the previous explanation of having found and lost his one. I will admit that I think Gemma Weir did great in finding a new FL (and not trying to make the potential old love interest work) and Juniper, our heroine falls somewhere in the middle of the TSTL scale for me. She *definitely* has a backbone and her questioning the premise of the series (what do you mean, love in first sight?!) is hilarious to see. I actually appreciated the conflict at the end and its resolution. I think Gemma Weir is doing an admirable job of trying to balance realism with escapism. It makes sense to question the OTT behaviour. The one thing I didn't particularly like is how in every new book, the female leads of the previous books are suddenly completely fine and accepting of this behaviour. Feels like everyone is drinking the same dodgy kool-aid suddenly. This isn't my favourite of the series (Granger takes the cake for me) but this was a great read!! Thanks to the author for the ARC.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Kathyjacks

    I don’t know how this writer does it but every installment of this series gets better! This book was Teddy’s story and much like his brothers he was one big ball of crazy. He was possessive, protective, and struck with the family curse. Junie moved to town with her two older protective brothers. She didn’t believe in the Barnette’s way of finding their women and she didn’t believe she as Teddy’s fated mate. It was so cute to watch him go to any lengths to win her over. I enjoyed this installment I don’t know how this writer does it but every installment of this series gets better! This book was Teddy’s story and much like his brothers he was one big ball of crazy. He was possessive, protective, and struck with the family curse. Junie moved to town with her two older protective brothers. She didn’t believe in the Barnette’s way of finding their women and she didn’t believe she as Teddy’s fated mate. It was so cute to watch him go to any lengths to win her over. I enjoyed this installment as much as the rest of this series. It’s one of my favorite series of all time and I look forward to Bay and Cody’s stories.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Serena

    Teddy is the youngest of the brothers and believes he doesn’t deserve a chance at love, he has one and missed his chance. When Juniper arrives in town with her brothers, he doesn’t think that she could be the one he missed his chance on true love. His brother however sets him straight and it becomes his mission to make Juniper his and convince her that they are destined to be together. Juniper doesn’t want to end up being weak and tries to resist Teddy, but the one thing she doesn’t realise is whe Teddy is the youngest of the brothers and believes he doesn’t deserve a chance at love, he has one and missed his chance. When Juniper arrives in town with her brothers, he doesn’t think that she could be the one he missed his chance on true love. His brother however sets him straight and it becomes his mission to make Juniper his and convince her that they are destined to be together. Juniper doesn’t want to end up being weak and tries to resist Teddy, but the one thing she doesn’t realise is when these mountain men claim you it’s easier not to resist because it will happen. Can wait for the next book.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Samantha

    all the build up was worth it Seeing how Teddy really is when we have only know him as the happy go lucky brother is amazing! I loved that Cody and Bay were a bit more in this book, it has me anticipating theirs!! Juniper is sweet and a little damaged, not as much as Alice but I love her feisty side! So happy she can hold her own just like the other ladies. Dear god I hope Nero and Buck get their own books, I’m already half in love with them both and I’m dying to know more about Oz!

  24. 5 out of 5

    Stefanie Beresford

    Who knew Teddy was so 🔥🔥 Well Gemma Weir never steers us wrong! 🔥🔥😅 just as hot as the other books in this series! I absolutely loved this, I love how whilst still keep the overall Barnett brother over the top controlling, speed of lightning relationship formula, she still manages to make each story individual and different, I never ever feel like the books are the same or too similar.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Kyla

    perfect perfect perfect Okay Teddy has such a *Flair* for spicy talk!! If that’s your thing you will love his and Juni’s story! It is the perfect continuation of the Barnett boys stories, and I can’t wait for the next one!

  26. 5 out of 5

    Rosie

    The Sweet One It's always those quiet ones you've got to watch out for. The sweet Barnett brother brings the heat in a spicy saucy version of control freak. Less Neanderthal but equally rugged this book let's loose. The Sweet One It's always those quiet ones you've got to watch out for. The sweet Barnett brother brings the heat in a spicy saucy version of control freak. Less Neanderthal but equally rugged this book let's loose.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Robin

    Teddy & Juni Oh wow. Over the top, alpha caveman doesn’t even begin to describe these Barnett men. Teddy certainly doesn’t disappoint! And Juni is definitely not a doormat. What an enticing game of cat and mouse. So freaking hot. Looking forward to watching the next brother fall!

  28. 5 out of 5

    Monica

    Amazing! ARC READ….. loved Teddy and Juni. Awesome story. Loved the characters realistic inner struggles of a new relationship. I am a sucker for Hero’s that are over the top possessive and love even more strong heroins who stand their ground. Excellent read.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Sonia

    Love this series! Love the over the top alphas who’ll do anything to get their woman. Looking forward to book 6! Can’t wait to read!

  30. 5 out of 5

    Nataly Cavero

    I fucking LOVE this series. Teddy has always been my favorite Barnett.

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