At least until Landry Sutton showed up. For some reason he thinks he gets her. He does, not that Ria’s ever going to let him know that. When weighing the options of actually fitting in or getting her heart broken again Ria decides that Landry isn’t worth the effort – so she decides to detest him instead.
At least until a quick kiss in the flower garden destroys all of Ria’s best intentions.
When I started this book I expected it to be like several others in this series. I mean, it seems like almost ever one of them has had displaced kids in them. I, however, was thrilled to be wrong. Yes, Ria’s niece is with her but really it works perfectly in the story. This was a nice series finale (at least it appears to be a Parable finale).
I enjoyed both Ria’s and Landry’s personalities and this book definitely brought me back around to the series – because I haven’t liked all of them!
|Author:||Linda Lael Miller|
|Source:||Harlequin via Netgalley|
|Steam:||Adult – over all not too much but a few of those pages will burn your fingers!|
|Series:||Parable, Montana #6|
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