Every time I pick up one of Tamera Alexander’s books, I feel like I should change my Facebook status to “You won’t hear from me for awhile, I’ll be reading one of Tamera Alexander’s books and nothing else will matter.” There’s no use in my pretending I’m going to be useful, because I know what will happen. I’ll promise to only start with a couple of chapters and what happens? I won’t stop until it’s finished. Alexander’s book have never failed to grab my attention within the first couple of pages and ruin my to-do list for at least two days.
And The Inheritance was no different. Loved it! A story of family bonds, trust, tough love and duty all against the backdrop of beautiful 1800’s Colorado.
An unexpected inheritance. An unknown future. An unending love.
Determined to tame her younger brother’s rebellious streak, McKenna Ashford accepts her cousin’s invitation to move west, and to begin again. But she quickly discovers that life in Copper Creek, Colorado, is far from what she expected. Shouldering burdens beyond her years, McKenna tries to be the parent Robert needs, instead of the older sister he resents. But an “untimely inheritance” challenges her resolve at every turn, while also offering a second chance to restore her sense of trust—and perhaps even her heart.
U.S. Marshal Wyatt Caradon is dedicated to bringing fugitives to justice, yet years of living on the trail have taken their toll. When his path intersects with that of McKenna, he comes face-to-face with a past he never wanted to relive—and the one woman who can help him find the future he’s been longing for.
As McKenna struggles to let go of her independence and Wyatt considers opening his heart again, they discover an inheritance beyond imagination. But it will come at a price.
You need to move this to the top of your book pile. Tamera Alexander has yet to fail me and I doubt she ever will! I just realized there’s only one more series I have to read of hers. Then I’ll have to wait for her next releases. Boo! Maybe I’ll try to hold off reading it until I hear of the next release…
Yeah right, who am I kidding?