Family Bonds

Family Bonds

by Candice Poarch

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BN ID: 2940016333625
Publisher: Candice Poarch
Publication date: 03/25/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 747 KB

About the Author

Candice Poarch is the winner of the 2012 Emma Award for the Suspense Book of the Year for Deadly Intention, the last book in “The Golden Bowl” series. She grew up in Stony Creek, Virginia, and graduated from Virginia State University with a degree in Physics. She is married with three adult children and a precious granddaughter whom she adores. She takes pride in crafting believable stories. As a child she was a dreamer and created stories in her mind. As she grew older, her writing centered on families, romance, and suspense. The quest for love is universal, she says. She believes that everyday life in America (whether small town or major metropolitan city) his its own rich rewards. She also likes telling stories that will leave today’s busy reader feeling refreshed, hopeful and inspired—not always an easy task, but well worth the challenge.

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Family Bonds 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
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Taylor Harrison is an attorney and confirmed bachelor. His grandfather¿s near-death experience has taken him from his comfortable life in Portland to the lush scenery of Seattle, Washington. Convinced that the attempt on his grandfather¿s life and the death of his grandfather¿s partner are connected he begins an investigation which leads him directly to Melia Lucas. Melia is a chef and cooking instructor still dealing with the tragic death of both her parents years ago. The police ruled the deaths a murder/suicide but Melia has always been suspicious. Now that she¿s being pressured by her second family to sell her land and the appearance of Taylor and all his questions, she¿s wondering if there was more to her parents¿ death than she¿d first thought. For lovers of suspense, like myself, this is a must read. Unraveling the mystery of forged real estate documents and dead bodies all over Seattle was definitely a treat. However, for a romance novel, the romance seemed secondary to the suspense. All in all, Family Bonds was a good read and should definitely be purchased by the avid romantic suspense reader. Reviewed By: A.C. Arthur, Black Butterfly Review