Inheritance by M. G. Braden
Chase Taylor was very unlike her
relatives. Where they saw others with dollar signs, Chase
looked at a person for who they were. When her grandmother
dies and they learn the terms of the will, Chase once again is
reminded of their differences.
Reece Weston couldn’t believe the Taylor
family. The grandmother had just passed away, and they were
more interested in the financial aspects, except for Chase.
That obviously explained the unusual stipulation of the will.
Reece and Chase had to live in the beach house for six
Chase and Reece quickly settle into the
home together, but questions still abound threatening their
Inheritance is a story of
two people learning that the most important item bequeathed to
them might be each other. I really enjoyed this story. I
felt it was well paced, and that the hero and heroine were
well developed. The only detracting factor of the story was
that the remainder of the Taylor family was singularly
Summer’s Return by Cindy K. Green
Parker Radcliffe had finally returned to
the Outer Banks, and to the home where he’d spent his summers
while growing up. He’d enjoyed those times, and particularly
Arianna Morgan, who’d been his friend. Back then, anything
had seemed possible, but now, he needed to simply sell the
house and return to the life he’d never planned living.
Arianna was excited - Parker was
returning. She’d always looked forward to his arrival; it had
marked the beginning of summer. They’d had a special
friendship. She’d always believed he would return, but he
seemed so different from the boy she’d once known. He seemed
to have turned into the man his father had been.
Summer’s Return is a best
friend romance, even though they hadn’t seen each other for
awhile. Although I enjoyed the story, it didn’t quite capture
my undivided attention. However, I will continue to look
forward to future stories by this author.