Book 1 of the Tri-Town Series
Reviewed on Amazon US on January 26, 2020:
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This is the 1st book I've read written by V.J. Allison; she has done a great job at writing a good book; I can’t wait to read more of her books.
The story line caught my attention at the very beginning and kept me interested throughout the entire book.
I loved the chemistry between the characters.
Tagline: Sometimes you have to go back to move forward.
What would you do if you found out your late spouse wasn’t the biological parent of your stepchild as they had led you to believe? Would you let it go, in hopes the child wouldn’t go looking for their birth family, or would you help them in their search?
This is the dilemma Neil Falcon faces when he first discovers his late wife, Rita, wasn’t the biological mother of his teenage stepdaughter, Rikki.
His decision to look for her roots puts them on a path that leads them to a part of Neil’s past, one he thought was locked away forever.
Kelsey Wagner is shocked to see the man she once adored appear on her doorstep with claims that Rikki may be her biological child. After finding out her daughter wants her to be a part of her life, she agrees,.
With Neil’s help, Kelsey settles into the role of helping him raise their daughter.
Amidst the confusion of raising a teenage daughter, the old feelings resurface.
They know their daughter wants them to become a family, but can they make it work?
Book 2 of the Tri-Town Series.
Reviewed on Amazon US July 8, 2020:
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This is a beautifully told story about Alexis and what she’s had to endure to get to this point. She works for Mirabelle at her boutique and they’ve become friends. Mirabelle’s husband, Blaine, and his best friend and business partner, Seth, are doing renovations to expand the boutique. I won’t leave any spoilers, but I recommend this book that shows that you can leave the past behind, but secrets will find a way of coming out. Grab your copy and see what happens and to see if Alexis will finally get her happily ever after.
Tagline: You can run from your past, but it will catch up to you eventually...
Alexis has that special something about her that Seth can’t fathom. His friend Mirabelle’s new employee is even prettier than the merchandise she sells. Too bad she’s distantly polite when he tries talking to her.
Alexis is attracted to Seth, but she’s in hiding from her past and her mistakes. Getting involved with the one person she's attracted to could blow her cover.
When they’re forced to work together, their libidos ignite. Alexis is terrified to open up and give in to her feelings for Seth. If he remembers that night five years ago, he’ll never speak to her again.
It becomes a question of whether Seth will expose her and force her to keep running, or if he'll help her face her past.