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The Hanover brothers inherited some bad behavior from their con artist ...
The Hanover brothers inherited some bad behavior from their con artist father. Now three strong women will make honest men out of them.
After ten years in the Army and four overseas deployments, Declan Hanover is ready for life away from a military base. Sweetwater, Oregon, a sleepy coastal town, seems like the perfect place to start over. His plan is to work out a deal with his brothers and the bank to let him keep the estate they’ve inherited, Shadow Hill. But he wasn’t prepared for Leah Baron, whose family lost everything to his father’s cons—including the house Declan intends to make his own…
Leah thinks Declan is just like his conman father. He possesses a bad boy charm that makes her heart pound, but that doesn’t mean she can trust him. All she wants is to get close to him so she can get her house back. But Declan has other ideas. He doesn’t mind being in close proximity to Leah—as long as it’s in the bedroom…
Posted November 12, 2013
Posted April 15, 2013
This is the first book I read from this author and I really enjoyed. Characters where well written, storyline pulled me in, and the addition of suspense/mystery on top of the romance had me ready to read next book as soon as I finished the first.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted April 12, 2013
Posted March 31, 2013
Reviewed by Guest Reviewer/Margaret & posted at Under the Covers Book Blog
“The whole book was like a modern day Romeo and Juliet…I was completely sucked into the book from the very beginning.” ~Under the Covers
Leah has always hated a member of the town where she lives, she just wants the town to get better and she wants the sons of the person who ruined their town to leave. She was brought up to hate a specific family because it was what she was always taught. She did not know that she would question everything that she was taught until she met a member of the family.
Declan came back to town with his brothers because their grandmothers house was left to them. He wants to stay and change the way the town thinks about his last name. He knew that the town would hate him and his brothers because of what his father had done so many years ago. He just did not know that the one person he vowed to stay away from would be the one he fell for.
The whole book was like a modern day Romeo and Juliet. Her family hated his for what his father did to the town. Leah has always thought that Declan and his family were just like his father. She always thought that the saying “like father like son” applied to Declan and his brothers. But the more she got to know Declan the more she realized that she was wrong. Declan tried his hardest to convince Leah that he is nothing like his father. It took a long time but they both started having feelings for each other.
Throughout the rest of the book, Declan and Leah fell more and more in love. Leah had to fight with her father and Declan had to convince Leah and her father that he was nothing like his father. The more Leah and Declan fell for each other the more that her father hated him.
I was completely sucked into the book from the very beginning. The characters were well written and made you feel a part of their lives. It had all the elements of a good romance book. It had drama, love, hate and most of all a happily ever after ending.
I definitely recommend this book to the romance readers who like more drama in their books. I am going to see what else the author has written and see if I like those books just as much as I like this one.
*Review copy provided by author
Posted April 12, 2013
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