Publisher Description

Delaney Wilkins finds herself at odds with hotel developer Nick Harris over a deathbed promise and a mysterious find in the Tennessee forest. Both are after title to Ladd Springs, a mecca of natural springs, streams and trails in the eastern Tennessee mountains, a tract of land worth millions. But Ernie Ladd, current owner of the property and uncle to Delaney, is adamantly opposed to them both.

Felicity Wilkins, Delaney’s daughter, deserves to inherit her family’s legacy, but neighbor Clem Sweeney is working against her, ingratiating himself with Ernie Ladd. Clem is also harboring a secret that will make him a very wealthy man—unless the others stop him before he can bring it to fruition.

Complicating matters is Annie Owens. Ex-girlfriend to Jeremiah Ladd, Ernie’s estranged son lining in Atlanta, she declares her daughter Casey is Jeremiah’s, making Casey every bit as entitled to the property as Felicity—only Annie hasn’t proven this claim. Yet.

All are fighting to get the property, but only one will walk away with the gold.

April 3
Dianne Venetta
Smashwords, Inc.

Customer Reviews

hollyinsd ,

Golden Find!

A truly lovely journey of lived intertwined like the glorious trails of the mountains of home on Ladd Springs! I feel like I've found GOLD in discovering the Ladd Springs series of books & cannot wait to read the whole series of lives, loves, action & true passion that comes from loving the land like these incredible characters! Thank you for writing my summer series, now I can happily binge read all summer in the mountains of Tennessee! Highly recommended! Don't miss out on Jennifer's Garden either! Now I'm a lifelong fan!!

lmann78 ,

An okay mystery

Not the most well written mystery and the plot is unbelievable. I would not purchase anymore in this series.

Sweet like honey ,

Good story, poor editing

I enjoyed the story, but had to mentally add words, punctuation and sometimes delete words that shouldn't have been there, in order to read this story. Very poorly edited. In my opinion, it never should have been released like this. It casts the author in a poor light, in a business that is all about the language.

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