The Granger brothers left behind their family's Virginia estate—and the bad memories it holds—years ago. But their dying grandfather's request brings them home: to a failing business, a legacy of secrets and a deathbed promise to make things right.
As the eldest brother, attorney Jace Granger is determined to take responsibility for Granger Aeronautics, his family's failing business. But the years of mismanagement seem impossible to untangle. As CEO, he hires a consultant to turn the company around. Smart, sexy Shana Bradford is the right person for the job—and the right woman to turn Jace's world upside down.
But the passion between them is jeopardized when old secrets begin to emerge. A woman from Jace's past suddenly reappears. And an explosive discovery changes everything Jace thinks he knows about his mother—and his father, who was convicted of her murder.
Jace Granger tried to leave his family history behind once before. But this time he needs to face the past…or risk losing his future.
Three brothers. One legacy. A lifetime of secrets.
Brenda's best yet...
I preordered this book on iBooks because I just knew that Brenda would not disappoint me... and she didn't!! This was Brenda Jackson at her best!! So many things happened here, so much healing.
There were many chapters closed in the the life of the Grangers in order for others to be opened. I have to say that I was expecting Jace to have a meltdown with Shana's revelation considering what caused the breakup of his marriage. I didn't expect Caden's reaction to Shiloh and I didn't expect Dalton to start growing up.
Brenda showed us the love between a father and his sons, between a grandfather and his grandsons, between brothers, and between a man and woman. She showed us how different these types of love were yet so similar.
I could go on and on. LOVED IT!!
I really enjoyed this story! Can't wait until book 2, Caden Granger's story, comes out. I like the Granger brothers a lot. ;)
Great start to a new series!
I love these story , and love writing and plot. This is something different from the author. Great job Mrs. Jackson.