Of the two books, I enjoyed His Forbidden Bride the best. I thought it was well written and I honestly didn't see the identity of the amnesiac hero coming. Total surprise! Although I'm not sure things would have turned out the way they did if this took place in reality (or how I would feel about it), I gobbled this book up and enjoyed it for the fiction that it is.
His for Keeps was an "ok" read for me (Note: although I'm reviewing this one second, it's actually the first book). The conflicts and reactions all seemed a little manufactured and over-the-top, but then over-the-top drama is this author's style. Still, this wasn't my favorite or least favorite book by Taylor, and if you're a fan, it's worth reading to better understand events in His Forbidden Bride (and her upcoming book His to Own).
I give Them Fairgood Boys an overall 4-star rating based on 3 stars for His for Keeps and 5 stars for His Forbidden Bride.
Note: Them Fairgood Boys includes an excerpt to Ms. Taylor's soon to be released book His to Own