Long Time Gone

Long Time Gone A future with the woman of his dreams is within his grasp if the past will stay that way Konigsburg Texas Book Erik Toleffson wasn t looking to become Chief of Police He s got enough trouble trying

  • Title: Long Time Gone
  • Author: Meg Benjamin
  • ISBN: 9781609281083
  • Page: 295
  • Format: ebook
  • A future with the woman of his dreams is within his grasp if the past will stay that way.Konigsburg, Texas, Book 4Erik Toleffson wasn t looking to become Chief of Police He s got enough trouble trying to rebuild his relationship with his three brothers who, until just recently, ran the other way when he approached He s not the bully they grew up with, but bad memories arA future with the woman of his dreams is within his grasp if the past will stay that way.Konigsburg, Texas, Book 4Erik Toleffson wasn t looking to become Chief of Police He s got enough trouble trying to rebuild his relationship with his three brothers who, until just recently, ran the other way when he approached He s not the bully they grew up with, but bad memories are tough to overcome.Morgan Barrett is as worn out as a vat full of crushed grape skins She never planned to run Cedar Creek Winery, but there s no one else to shoulder the load as her father recovers from an injury All she needs is a little sleep Just a five minute nap in the booth at the Dew Drop Inn if that guy across the bar would stop staring at her as if putting her head down on the table is a crime.After Morgan yawns in Erik s face, there s nowhere to go but up With time, though, their relationship warms like a perfectly blended Bordeaux Until the shady mayor digs into Erik s past and dredges up information that could drive a permanent wedge between him and his brothers and sour any chance of a future with Morgan.

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  • Meg Benjamin

    Meg Benjamin is the author of the Konigsburg series for Samhain Publishing and the Medium Trilogy for Berkley InterMix Her third Konigsburg book, Be My Baby, won a 2011 EPIC Award for Contemporary Romance Book 4, Long Time Gone, received the Romantic Times Reviewers Choice Award for Indie Press Romance Book 5, Brand New Me, won a Holt Medallion and was a Long and Short Reviews Best Book Meg lives in Colorado with her DH and two rather large Maine coon kitties well, partly Maine Coon anyway Her Web site is MegBenjamin You can follow her on Facebook facebook megnjamin1 , Twitter twitter megbenj1 and Pinterest pinterest megbenjamin Meg loves to hear from readers contact her at meg megbenjamin.

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  • Erik Toleffson is sort of the odd man out of the four Toleffson brothers. Where Cal, Pete and Lars are affable and well-liked, Erik's a bit, well, scary. Growing up, he relentlessly bullied his brothers and got involved with the wrong sort of crowd. Though he's been through the Army and sobered up, he still feels like he has much to atone for, that everyone else is aware of the darkness he knows is inside him. He certainly doesn't feel like he should be the chief of police, but that's precisely [...]


  • Another great installment in the Konigsburg, Texas series, this time featuring the eldest and most troubled of the Toleffson brothers, Erik. I loved the way that Erik and Morgan's relationship was allowed to develop gradually. No big misunderstanding, just two adults, attracted to one another and making the transition from friends to lovers. Their ease with one another made their difficulties dealing with their respective families seem even more fraught. Watching Morgan deal with her parents and [...]


  • If there is one book that I have been anticipating this year it would be this one. From the first moment I read VENUS IN BLUE JEANS the first in the Konigsburg series I fell in love, with the characters, with the storylines but most importantly with small town Konigsburg itself.This fourth book is Erik Toleffson’s story and it was a treat worth waiting for. Erik has been in Konigsburg for a while and because he has a specific reasons for being there and he is willing to put up with the weirdne [...]


  • I'm enjoying the Konigsburg series - interesting characters, a nicely laid out town and atmosphere, believable romances. My problem is with the series as a whole, and the fault is partially mine as I've read them back to back. In every one of the books, there is an authority figure, usually older male, often father, who is abusing that authority. The worst part, for me, is that the main characters don't seem to grow and move on from this conflict.It wasn't as evident in the first book (which I l [...]


  • ~* 4.5 Stars *~The eldest of the Toleffson brothers has long known he's the black sheep of his family. His three younger brothers are all good guys. Erik isn't. Cal, Lars, and Pete are happily married to equally good women. Erik isn't. The three also have successful careers they enjoy. Erikwellhe might have that, if the puke-face mayor of Konigsburg stops trying to get his butt fired even before his probationary period as Chief of Police comes to an end.And then there's Bambi Well, her name is M [...]


  • Just ok. I couldn’t get excited about anything. It was somewhat tedious until the very end when things wrapped up nicelyVIEWER’S OPINION:There were a couple of sex scenes that were pretty good, others were just ok. Most of the time is spent with Erik’s and Morgan’s actions, thoughts, and views of things. I would have liked more time with the various bad guys. I wanted to see their thinking, conversations, and actions. Instead we were “told” those things at the end. We were “told” [...]


  • Wendy’s Review Long Time Gone is a story that brings you into the life of a family that has good times and bad. Morgan came home not expecting to find love, but to help while her father recovers, and to prove to him that she could be an asset to the winery. Erik comes to south Texas after his brothers move there to start their family. The last thing on his mind is finding love. He had to prove to himself and his brothers that he changed. Erik and Morgan's life intertwines as they fight their i [...]


  • The Chief of Police job lands on Erik Toleffson's lap and he's not too sure if he wants it and the baggage it entails, especially since he is still trying to mend relationships with his younger brothers. Morgan is overworked and under-appreciated after she takes over running her father's winery while he is out due to an injury. Their first meeting is anything but electric and love at first sight but it is the beginning a slow, smoldering affair that was a joy to read. These characters are very l [...]


  • The star rating given reflects my opinion within ‘the official rating system’. (Notice the two important words OPINION and RATING)1 star: Didn’t Like it2 stars: It’s Okay3 stars: Liked it4 stars: Really Liked it5 stars: It Was AmazingI don’t really give a rat-fuck that there are some who think I ‘owe’ an explanation for my opinion. Nope, nada, and not sorry about it.Sometimes I may add notes to explain what my opinions are based on, and sometimes I don’t. I do this for me, on my [...]


  • 3.5 stars. A nice end to the Toleffson brothers stories. Although it would have been nice to see a conversation between Eric & his brothers about their past, Bejamin managed to convey the goodwill, even if Eric didn't feel worthy of it. I liked both characters a lot. It was clear that Eric would always need to control his temper bit Morgan accepted and loved him for who he was right now and that made all the difference to him. Didn't understand why Morgan's dad was so against marketing in ge [...]


  • I really enjoyed this conclusion to the Toleffson family romances. It has less direct threats and even more lovely family & friends interaction. The only weak point was Erik (who is consistently taciturn - as he has been represented before) not truly convincing me of liking Morgan for more than the amazing sex. To say it differently, if the two had agreed to explore their budding relationship more at the end of the book and not to move in with each other right away, I would have believed it [...]


  • Meg Benjamin has finished this series in a way that makes it just right for all the Toleffson’s in this series. Erik is like a fallen angel and Meg Benjamin did a great job in showing us that every man deserves a second chance. To read the remainder of this review, please visit blackravensreviews/?p=


  • Fourth book; fourth brother. By now you know the townspeople well enough to know what mischief they can get up to (or down to - remember, I live here), and they do just that. These four books were all published within 18 months, so there's a consistency to even the most minor of characters.






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