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From The CriticsVery highly recommended
In the third book of the miniseries Stockwells of Texas, Allison Leigh pens Her Unforgettable Fiance. With her characteristic flair, Leigh creates a novel that moves the Stockwell's family story seamless along while creating a fierce and tender love between two dynamic individuals.
Something about Brett Larson reduces the highly controlled Kate Stockwell to an absolute raving lunatic. Determined to accompany him to look for the mother her family previously believed to be deceased, Kate is unprepared for the raw emotion of simply being in Brett's company.
Years ago they were engaged, until Brett told Kate to find someone else if she was so determined to get married. When she married his best friend, Brett assumed their relationship was over. He thinks of himself as a foam cup, while she is china. He's the son of servant at the judge's manor down the road; she's the tycoon's daughter. Despite his success, no matter how much money he has in the bank or what kind of car he drives, Brett doesn't believe he's worthy of Kate.
Kate needs to actively help find her mother. If accompanying Brett to Boston will fill that need, then that's what she'll do. Perhaps it'll help her to live with the reality of all her father's horrible lies. It was devastating for her to accept that Brett was like her father in that he always put business first, even ahead of her. Yet she can't resist Brett's dark good looks and the depth of passion they share for one another.
Confronting the past while creating a future confronts the heat of today in Her Unforgettable Fiance. If you enjoy this novel, be sure to watch for the conclusion of the Stockwells of Texas in The Millionaire And The Mom by Patricia Kay in April.