Review: An Unexpected Legacy by Amy R. Anguish

“Smoothies brought them together, but would the past tear them apart?”

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When Chad Manning introduces himself to Jessica Garcia at her favorite smoothie shop, it’s like he stepped out of one of her romance novels. But as she tentatively walks into a relationship with this man of her dreams, secrets from their past threaten to shatter their already fragile bond. Chad and Jessica must struggle to figure out if their relationship has a chance or if there is nothing between them but a love of smoothies.

 

 

 


Review:

An Unexpected Legacy has a sweetness to it that I personally appreciate. Being that I am a fan of historical fiction, this read was a little out of the box for me but what a pleasant surprise when I discovered traces of my favorite genre here.

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A Cowboy’s Dare, by Lucy Thompson

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Tyrone woke up with a headache—and a wife. And he’s never been so scared in his life.

Mayor’s daughter Jane Montgomery has always wanted to be more than a social ornament, and now that her father has given her a three-month deadline to find a suitable husband, she’s desperate. Desperate enough to run away from her pampered life of ribbons and bows to pursue her dream of becoming a mechanical engineer. Continue reading “A Cowboy’s Dare, by Lucy Thompson”

No Way Up, by Mary Connealy

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The Fight for the Cimarron Ranch Has Just Begun!

When Cimarron ranch patriarch Chance Boden is caught in an avalanche, only the quick actions of hired hand Heath Kincaid save him. Before leaving by train to receive treatment to save his leg–and possibly his life–Chance demands that Heath read the patriarch’s will and see its conditions enforced immediately. If Chance’s three bickering adult children, Justin, Sadie, and Cole, don’t live and work at the home for an entire year, ownership of the ranch will pass to a despised distant relative. Continue reading “No Way Up, by Mary Connealy”