Theirs To Treasure

Theirs To Treasure

by Caitlyn O'leary

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Overview

In Fate Harbor Love Comes In Threes

Curvy girl, Josie Decker is determined to make a new life for herself. She's putting the past behind her, she knows who she is and is satisfied with the life she has carved out for herself. Little does she know what fate would have in store for her when she ends up crossing paths with a childhood friend who has made his billions in corporate America.

Chance Reynolds remembers the days when Josie was the only thing that made his foster home feel safe. He knows she has physical and emotional scars, and a belief that she is unworthy of love. But this time, in this place and in his arms, he intends to be the soul-healing sanctuary this beautiful woman needs.

Can He Move Past The Pain & Open His Heart?

Sam Booth is an Afghan War Vet who suffered wounds from fighting for his country and carries even deeper battle scars from his childhood. He never thought he could find someone who could love him, all of him, that is.
When he meets the lush woman of his dreams, he is astounded to find that Josie is the woman that his best friend, Chance Reynolds, believes they could share in a triad relationship. But is he really worthy of the love that is being offered?

Is A Love Like Theirs Too Good To Be True?

This was previously published in 2014 as Trusting Chance. It has been re-edited and 15,000 new words have been added to the story.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940162827818
Publisher: Passionately Kind Publishing
Publication date: 01/31/2020
Series: Fate Harbor , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 36,589
File size: 575 KB

About the Author

Who am I? I’m the woman married to John, daughter of Pat and Vicki, and sister to three brothers and one sister. I’ve been writing professionally for six years, have written over thirty books and am a USA Today Bestseller. But the truth? The absolute truth?

I’m just a book junkie. I love, love, love to read. I read every Nancy Drew and Hardy Boys book, but Trixie Belden was my favorite. I read the World Book Encyclopedia set when I was in middle school and had pneumonia. Books have been my escape and saved me on many occasions.

It’s my hope that my books can bring you happiness. That’s it. Can you grin? Can you be uplifted? Can you be entertained? Will they make you think about life a little bit differently? Then Yay! Be sure to keep in touch, I actually answer my e-mails. Join my newsletter at my website www.caitlynoleary.com.

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Theirs To Treasure 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Crys9812 11 days ago
Josie, Sam and Chase were all foster kids and all have their own pasts to deal with. The way this was written is so amazing. The easy of which these 3 managed to come together even with all their faults, doubts and the real world thrown at them is just amazing. I loved her relationship with her sisters and hope that I get to see more of all of these guys in the future!
JennieF 18 days ago
ARC for honest review with no compensation 4.5 stars Theirs to Treasure: Happily Ever After is book 1 in the Fate Harbor series by Caitlyn O’Leary and a great start to this series! What a roller coaster ride of laughter, tears, angst, steamy heat, secrets and emotional issues to name just a few...once you start it’s hard to put the book down!!
Homehair 24 days ago
Loved it. It is well written. Love when a book location is in WA state ( I live in WA hehe). Can Josie, Chance and Sam find love even know they had a crappy childhood? I think I want to move to Fate Harbor. A must read book. Can wait for the next one.
SunshineLakeReviews 26 days ago
Caitlyn O'Leary knows how to tell a story and I think she did a terrific job with building the Fate Harbor world and breathing life into her tale. While I personally didn't fully connect or feel as immersed into the story like I have her other books—it was through no fault or lacking on her part—I still enjoyed reading it and was hooked in to find out how their hea came about. Josie was an intriguing mix of strong against everything thrown at her, yet fragile in her insecurities, many of which I could totally identify with and (in a twisted way) enjoyed walking that path with her to sort out her head. I also appreciated how Josie struggled with the idea of their relationship and wrapping her head around it because I was right there with her. That girl had some attitude too that made me laugh and shake my head at. Sam and Chance were a bit harder for me to connect to. I liked them both individually, and I loved the way they fell for Josie, protected her, took care of her, and went all out to show her how worthy and beautiful and treasured she was. Whatever it is that makes me fall head-over-heels for the hero just didn't grip me and pull me under. Maybe it was because Chance was a better shopper than me! lol Both men had their strengths and alpha-bossy moments which did melt my heart repeatedly. I enjoyed the theme of kindness and respect towards others weaved throughout the pages. I also appreciated the way the intimate moments were shared - no crazy Cirque du Soleil acts here! The relationship the foster parents had with their kids stood out as a thing of beauty. I tried something new and out of my comfort zone for me by reading this story and in some ways it worked, and in other ways, it didn't quite trip my trigger. But that doesn't mean it's any less of a good story.
Arch_Angel 27 days ago
I first read this story when it was published under the Siren banner in 2014 as Trusting Chance, however Ms O’Leary has revised the story and expanded on some of the details therein. Theirs to Treasure burns up the pages with copious amounts of smouldering between the sheets lovin’, but it also delves deep into the emotional and physical wounds suffered by children at the hands of careless parents. Josie, Chance and Sam were all once foster children in the home of Betty and Butch Hutchins extended family, but unlike Chance, who stayed for the long haul after the death of his parents as a toddler; Josie and Sam were ripped from the loving arms of this wonderful couple and returned to their abusive parents. After many years of self-sacrifice and hard work, Josie has herded her twin sisters safely off the college and has now returned to Fate Harbor to start a new business. But little does Josie know that Chance has kept tabs on her through Betty, and the love of a little boy has flourished into the passion of a man. Sam however is broken; and only through the brotherly support and love of Chance has he managed to survive the horrors of his past. Serving tours in war torn Afghanistan, has only added to Sam’s already battered opinion of himself and his conviction that he’s undeserving of love and happiness. While knowing that the task of bringing the two people he loves most into the world of ménage relationships and convincing them that a future between the three of them is possible is going to be a challenge, Chance is nothing if not determined; and he truly believes that Josie and Sam have the power to heal each other’s souls with him along to guide their hearts. I will admit that reading this story again after 5 plus years, left me with mixed feelings about Josie’s character; as I found myself annoyed by her constant overblown insecurities. I also felt her need for reassurance, but her strength and independence, were continually at war with each other. But what disappointed me the most, was the new cover. When this title was published as Trusting Chance, Siren clearly showed that Josie is a beautiful African/American woman, with a fair and dark lover; while the new cover for Theirs to Treasure does not reflect Josie’s heritage or the fact that she is a voluptuous and curvaceous woman. So, while I know this has no bearing on the story content, for me this oversight was unacceptable. Theirs to Treasure definitely illustrates how much Ms O’Leary’s writing has evolved over the years, but this is still an enjoyable read. It will be interesting to see how Ms O’Leary’s dedicated Military readers react to this original ménage series that launched her career. I’m looking forward to once again reading Olivia’s story.