In the fine tradition established by her Southern grandmama, Aurora Daughtry has recently orchestrated the marriage of her eldest sister and facilitated her middle sister’s engagement. She also rejoices in her part in transforming the family’s dilapidated plantation manor into a luxurious and lucrative resort hotel. Just when it seems there is nothing left to absorb her considerable talent for managing people, in walks federal deputy marshal Zane Sager.
But Zane is not at Daughtry House for a vacation. He’s tracking a killer and collecting two key witnesses to a federal judge’s murder.
Aurora takes it upon herself to disabuse the cynical lawman of his conviction that the world–and God in particular–is out to get him. But just as she’s on the verge of cracking Zane’s defenses, the man he is after reminds him that no one he loves is safe. Ever.
Award-wining author Beth White closes out her Daughtry House series with this exciting and emotional tale of two strong-willed people who may have met their match.
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Ahh, “A Reckless Love”, this story does indeed show recklessness at times and love.
I really will have to go back to the first book in the series, “A Rebel Heart” and read it since I was slightly lost when reading the second and now the third books in the series.
That didn’t stop me from enjoying the book though, and I want to mention here that I did skim at parts, only because I couldn’t get into the writing style, yet, I loved the story and characters.
“A Reckless Love” is a strong ending to a strong series of healing after a horrible time in America’s history. I enjoyed seeing more than one side of the Civil War and the aftermath of the war’s end.
There was some content that makes this a book for readers older than 18, just mentions of things that you wouldn’t want to read. And the last pages of the book are between a husband and wife after a nightmare and she suggests he love her… It made me somewhat uncomfortable otherwise from what I have read this is a great book.
This book was provided courtesy of Baker Publishing (Revell), through Interviews & Reviews.
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