• Lone Star Hearts: The Complete Series

  • By: Susi Hawke
  • Narrated by: John Solo
  • Length: 22 hrs and 20 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (155 ratings)

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By: Susi Hawke
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Publisher's Summary

Found in Beaumont, Lost in Dallas, Secret in Houston, Home in Austin

Four Books.... One Complete Volume! 

Two broken omegas and one hard-edged alpha...three men who are stronger than they think...especially when they trust each other enough to be vulnerable. 

Lukas and Gideon are fully aware the streets are not kind to two omegas in love, but they have faith this won't be their life forever. One day, they'll find an alpha to love them both. Beaumont can't escape his memories of war, but can he find a new mission in guarding these two angels from the dangerous of the world? And together, can they find love and healing? 

Tropes for Found in Beaumont: MMM triad, menage, hurt comfort 

Kyle isn't a victim...he's a survivor who needs to learn his worth. 

Gym owner Dallas has had a crush on his tall, thick omega employee since day one, but until Kyle's abusive relationship crashes to pieces, he doesn't dare make a move. Kyle's happiness and health - emotional, mental, and physical - is more important to him than a sexy roll in the hay, however, and he builds a fitness challenge for Kyle, addressing all three issues in one. But when desire takes them unawares and Kyle becomes pregnant, the physical changes threaten to tear Kyle's fragile confidence apart. Can Dallas convince him he's loveable, regardless of his waist size? 

Tropes for Lost in Dallas: employee/boss relationship, big, beautiful omega, overcoming domestic abuse 

Secrets always come out in the end. 

Snarky omega Houston never expected to have a passionate fling with his brother's best friend, but who can resist a man in uniform? He truly didn't expect to end up pregnant with his baby. Before he has a chance to tell him, Cody's helicopter is shot down and he's held captive by insurgents for a year. And when he gets back...he has no memory of dating his best friend's sexy little brother. How can Houston tell anyone that he's the father of his child when no one, not even Cody, knew they were involved? But when the child falls desperately ill, only Cody can save him, and buried secrets must be brought to light. 

Tropes for Secret in Houston: secret baby, military romance, best friend's brother 

Take one pregnant omega who’s all alone in the world.... 

Alone and pregnant, Owen can barely feed himself, let alone pay for basic prenatal care. But if there's one thing he learned growing up in foster care, it's that you can't count on anyone else. So how can he trust Austin when the alpha offers him a deal he can't refuse: get married, and I'll take care of you until the baby is born. No strings attached. There's nothing in it for Austin! With no other choice, Owen accepts, but he's determined to keep his guard up. It's hard, though, when his fake husband turns out to be an awesome dad and doesn't seem in any hurry to let him go. But can he risk falling in love with him, or is it all a mirage? 

Tropes for Home in Austin: strangers to friends to lovers, fake relationship, slow burn 

This series contains darker themes than you might be used to from Susi Hawke, but HEAs and all the laughs, naughty-knotty times, and shmoopy feels that you'd expect are definitely included! No new material has been added. This bundle contains all four full-length books in one handy volume.

©2018, 2019, 2020 Susi Hawke (P)2020 Susi Hawke

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Wonderful Audiobook

I loved this as a story but hearing it come to life brought it to a new level. This is one of my favorite narrators.

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The Logan Brothers are everything you want in MM!

The Logan brothers are everything you want in good ole Texas boys. Three alphas and one omega, these brothers find their romantic partners in unconventional ways and fall hard. This series is great if you love MM (or MMM) mpreg romance. Great narration as well!

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Great Listen

I don’t think I’ve found a Susi Hawke book/series that I don’t love - and the Lone Star Hearts Series is among the long list of her books I will find myself listening to again and again. This series has something for everyone ..... triads, men in uniform, best friends brother, big men, hurt/comfort, and the list goes on and on. You can’t help but fall in love with each and every one of the characters, although my personal favorite is Kyle. The emotional vulnerability that he shows just bleeds off the page and Dallas is truly perfect for him. While there is a lot going on in these books, they fit together seamlessly and you easily will find yourself going from to the next.
John Solo does another outstanding performance with his narration. The voices he gives each character make it easy to follow and still be incredibly entertaining.
This is one set not to miss!!!

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Great Series

I received an ARC of this audio for my honest review. This is a 4 book collection about 4 brothers who have their own story and way of looking at life. As each of them finds the perfect omega(s) for each of them. Love the way the stories were weaved into each other which kept the stories going from the 1st book to the last one. I really liked Houston who is the only omega brother he is a hoot. All of the characters are great in their own way. I have yet to find a book from Susi that I haven't liked. John Solo is an awesome narrator that I like how he makes it seem like your actually there while everything is happening.

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Lone stars brothers are destined for HEA


I have always liked listening to Susi Hawke stories narrated by John Solo. I think they complement each other so well and this bundle is definitely not an exception. I mean almost 24 hours of lovely listen for just one credit, this is too good a deal.

I like that all the stories in this bundle are not as fluffy and cute as the usual Susi Hawke ABO stories. They deal with real and difficult issues of the society and the harsh reality of the world. There’s some psychological trauma, attempted sexual abuse, domestic violence and health issues. Although it was a bit angsty in the beginnings, as true to her words, all couples found happily ever after in the end. Lost in Dallas was my favorite in the series since I was very fascinated by the Omega in this story. All in all, a very satisfying and enjoyable listen. Highly recommended.

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Review - I listened to the box set as an audio book. I enjoyed this series of stories very much. It is a great set of stories that span many different types of situations and building relationships between the different brothers.
1 - Found in Beaumont - Beau, Lukas and Gideon - This story is so sweet. I love the relationship that Lukas and Gideon already have and how Beau becomes a part of that. I love how he always respected what was between the two men. There are some really sweet feels in this first story in the series.
2 - Lost in Dallas - Dallas, Kyle - I like that these two have been working together for a while when this story starts. Kyle is in a toxic relationship but he gets himself out. I love the way that his relationship with Dallas develops. Another great story.
3 - Secret in Houston - Houston and Cody - I love how this story starts out with some drama that you don't fully understand. There were so many tense moments in this story and so many feels. I feel that this story has bit of different vibe from the first two stories but turns out really well.
4 Home in Austin - Owen and Austin - I love the sweet way this story moves through with Austin being in the right place at the right time to provide what Owen needs. This story is a great wrap to the series with a lots of good feels.

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Deep in the heart of Texas💕

I loveedd it!
I absolutely love Houston's (B**** please) phrase!
This series was pure joy I'm not going to elaborate any further... it is a MUST hear!

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love is love. must read

awesome love and family story for the lgtbq community. must read just take a chance and read.

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Beautiful, poignant, and funny!

These stories are darker than I’m used to: I tend to prefer low angst, lighthearted stories as I’m really empathetic and struggle to shake off lingering emotions when real life interrupts a story I’m reading/listening to, but I do love really touching stories of recovery from dark times, and I love Susi Hawke, so I gave these a try and I am definitely adding these stories to my favorites list! She handled these stories so incredibly well, dealing with loss, severe ptsd, domestic abuse, etc, and sharing how each character overcame their individual challenges and found they’re HEA through coping skills they learn plus the support and love of their found family. So many laughs along the way, too, sometimes lightening the heaviness a bit or relieving the tension after a darker scene, and frequently found in family scenes to keep the overall story happy and hopeful. I cannot recommend this series enough! ❤️

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I was not impressed with the storylines or the narration. There are details that should have been addressed that were glossed over. The narration was over the top and the speech was too choppy to be enjoyable. The stories had potential and I think that’s what’s most disappointing about it.

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  • Laora
  • 05-05-21

Texas hold them all- four books in one bundle.

This is a lovely series as always by Susi Hawke You have all the emotions; heartache for circumstances and joy when life and love are on the positive track. All the books and characters are strong on their own but this bundle is a great bundle. The narration was spot on as I am expecting from Jon Solo.

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  • Aussiebumwearer
  • 12-18-20

Susi Hawke Does It Again!


Yet another great audiobook from a great author.

My favourite character has to be Houston - he just has me in stitches, but as usual, Susi Hawke has all the usual ‘feels’ and emotions, especially in Houston’s story (book 3). 😁😂😢🥰

John Solo does an excellent job of narrating these stories as usual.

Definitely worth the 5🌟’s 😊

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  • Mari Cardenas
  • 02-27-20

Fantastic series!

Overall: 4.5 Stars!

This series was quite a departure from other Susi Hawke's books I've read before. It dealt with some very heavy issues like attempted rape, murder, domestic violence, child sickness and PTSD, especially in the first three books.

Narration: This bundle was a delight to listen to, not only did John Solo did a fantastic job with all the characters voices, and boy, if there weren't a lot of those, LOL, but he gave them all very discernable tones that gave a very clear idea of their personalities and complimented the storylines nicely.

Found in Beaumont: This book is MMM and while it's not my preferred kind of read, I found the relationship between Beau, Lukas and Gideon very well-balanced, especially considering Lukas and Gideon had already been in a relationship for years. It was hot and sexy, while still dealing with some difficult issues that served as a catalyst for the three of them to get together.

Lost in Dallas: My heart broke for everything Kyle had to go through with his horrible ex and I was glad when he and Dallas got together. They were just so perfect for each other.

Home in Austin: This was a very entertaining and sweet slow-burn romance, the main characters, Austin and Owen were totally adorbs and I had so much fun with some of the predicaments they (mostly Austin) found themselves in while taking care of their baby.

This is definitely an audiobook bundle you don't want to miss out on!

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  • Kirsty Mc
  • 02-26-20

The Logan brothers.

I really enjoyed the fact that all of the books in the series were contained in the bundle. It made it easy to just keep listening (to the detriment of my work maybe!!!). Susi Hawke writes a good book - there’s no doubt about that. And all 4 in this series are equally as good. Add in the fantastic narration of John Solo and there’s no way that you’ll be let down!

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  • Allison's Book Corner
  • 02-26-20

Loved it

I really enjoyed listening to this series.
This is a set of really great audiobooks.
I would definitely recommend it.

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  • Rebekah
  • 02-26-20

Enjoyed

I enjoyed listening to this bundle all in one place, they are brilliant stories and the narrator really brings the stories to life.

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  • Joanne1988
  • 02-26-20

loved it.

Reading the lone star series is like coming homing home , I love all the characters but I think Kyle is one of my favourites. Having this series in an audio bundle made me so happy. I love the narrator he does really well with each different character and the emotions he puts into scenes. I will probably re-listen to this many many times.

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  • alias11
  • 02-25-20

Sweet Series about Four Brothers finding love

Sweet series of books about four brothers finding their mates amidst hardship, drama, loss, and love. I really enjoyed the way the characters stories intertwined with each other.

Found in Beaumont (Beau, Lucas, Gideon) - ex- military Alpha finds love with two homeless omegas. This is probably the darkest, of the stories with themes of homelessness, danger, attempted rape, and a predatory employer. The trio of MCs are very sweet and find what they need in each other despite the odds.

Lost in Dallas (Dallas, Kyle) - 2nd hardest themes - includes abusive lover, betrayal, cheating by an ex. Kyle has been mentally and physically abused and belittled by his thieving, cheating partner. He finds support, understanding, and love with gym-owner Dallas Logan.

Secret in Houston (Houston and Cody) - Secret Romance/Baby, PTSD. Memory loss, Secrets, Sweet service animal. Houston and Cody had a secret relationship, but before they could tell their families, Cody went MIA, leaving Houston pregnant. Six months later Cody returns with no memory of his time with Houston.

Home in Austin (Austin and Owen) - White knight, fake marriage, OCD, strangers to friends to lovers, slow burn. Owen is carrying the baby of his military best friend, but when his friend dies, Owen is left pregnant, homeless, and alone. When he can't get help through military or charitable avenues, Austin offers Owen a fake marriage with no sex to get him health insurance.

Wonderful stories with humor, snark, strong Alphas, and sweet omegas. Every story has a little bit of drama, with the angst level running from mild to moderate depending on the story. These are Mpreg, so there are also plenty of heats and babies...lots of babies.

The narration is pretty good and it was fairly easy to distinguish the various characters.

I received a free copy of this audiobook and am voluntarily leaving this honest review.

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  • Heather Rawlins
  • 02-22-20

Great series about 4 brothers

I thought the 4 stories were interesting and I liked how all the characters were parts of all the stories as their story was told. I thought John Solo's voice was very easy to listen to. I loved that he acted out the actions as appropriate. the flow and pace were great to listen to. the books were fun, sweet and super hot. Totally recommend this series.

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  • Wilkinwonder
  • 02-21-20

Lone Star Hearts will melt your heart

This is a collection for the Lone Star Brothers series by Susi Hawke The four books are Found in Beaumont, in Dallas, Secret in Houston and Home in Austin.

I loved all 4 books but my Favourite was Secret in Houston. Houston was my favourite of all the Logan brothers. He and I are going to be besties and we will bitch and snark to our hearts content lol.

Beaumont has at last found his hearts desire in not one but 2 men. They are already an established couple but live on the pstreets. When Gideon is almost raoed by an alpha, Lukas risks his life to save him. But Beaumont steps on and saves them both and goives them love and a home and a family.

Dallas has given Kyle a job at his gym. Kyle has no self esteem because of his perception of his own body Dallas helps him to see that Dallas does not see what he himself does and Dallas falls head over heels for Kyle.

Houston has been seeing his older brother Beau's best friend . They have kept their relationship quiet so when Cody goes MIA on a tour of duty, Houston has to grieve alone and pregnant. It is only when his son is 6months old that Cody comes back, but too much iome has gone by and Houston cant find the right time to tell Cody.
3 years later when Baxley became very ill Cody offers to be stem cell donor to help him recover. IT is found out that Cody is Baxley dad and a nurse of all people drops Houston in it.

iAustin has never had a relationship before .So when he meets Owen who is on real meed of help after his best friend dies on a tour of duty. Owen has become pregnant when Joshua was last on leave. they have never been more than Friends with benefits.
Josh's parents have kicked him out of Josh's apartment when Owen is 6 months pregant. Austin is there just whn Owen needs the help.

Funny, snarky, sweet, emotional. This series has it all.

John Solo makes a fabulous job of narrating these guys. Would highly recommend this audiobook..

You always get a fab story from Susi.

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  • Elizabeth Charles
  • 11-26-22

Awesome

Thank John Solo for this awesome reading of these books of the late Susi Hawke which I will happily replay this bundle of books and of cause laugh at their antics especially Houston

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  • Anonymous User
  • 03-03-22

City romance

Very easy listening, Great storylines with Heartfelt love and acceptance of all shapes and kinds. It’s one of the best audiobooks I have found and recommend it to everyone to read. ❤️