Thursday, May 15, 2014

The Black Sheep's Inheritance by Maureen Child - Review

Follow the money…into bed!

Estranged from his adoptive father, Sage Lassiter earned his own billions. But when J.D. Lassiter leaves a fortune to his private nurse in his will and cheats his own daughter of her rightful inheritance…Sage is enraged, to say the least. He's sure nurse Colleen Falkner isn't the innocent she appears. And he's willing to go to any lengths to expose her…even seduction.

But using sex—crazed, incredible sex—to find out what she knows could backfire. Because Colleen is not what Sage expected. And like it or not, she's about to demolish all the barriers he's carefully constructed around his heart.

A great story from a powerhouse like Maureen Child, this has it all, a slightly brooding grumpy Alpha male, a semi naïve sweet heroine who has a secret backbone, then throw in a small misunderstanding and it’s an entertaining read.

This definitely hooked me into the Lassiter world, and I look forward to reading more of this family and their stories. I really liked Sage, he’s grumpy and a bit misguided but when he falls, he falls hard. Colleen is a bit naïve because she’s never lived in the mountains of Wyoming, and easily falls in love with the charming and helpful Sage Lassiter.

When things come to a head, and they have issues, I felt like they handled it well, and it was understandable and well done in such a way that I could believe that they could find their way back to each other. I do recommend this story, it has passion and a lot of heart.

I received a complimentary copy in exchange for an honest review. I was not compensated for my review. 

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