Christmas Awards 2011

Tuesday, 24 June 2014

Falling for Fortune

Falling for Fortune by Nancy Robards Thompson

Publisher: Harlequin

May 2014

ISBN: 978-0-373-65812-1

Pages: 217

Contemporary, Romance


Christopher Fortune Jones has left Horseback Hollow and the past behind him as far as he is concerned.  The way he sees it people don’t need to know that he grew up on a ranch with no money or that his father sees him as a disappointment.  Now that he is in Red Rock he wants people to see him as successful, rich, powerful Christopher Fortune. 

Kinsley Aaron has secrets and one of them is that she has a crush on her new boss.  She thinks the feeling might be returned.  The problem is that he never talks about himself and keeps her at a distance.  Can she dream about a future with a man that doesn’t seem to have a past? Or is she just fooling herself.  What can Christopher Fortune possibly be hiding?

This is a start of a series that should prove to be fun to read.  It has emotional ups and downs that get the readers invested in the characters.  The plot is interesting and makes for a book that is a good read.  It is relatively a quick read but it doesn’t feel like that as the reader gets father into the story.  It will have readers wanting to read more about the characters and places.  With some of the scenes it will have reader hungry and wanting what the characters have.  The characters are complex and interesting and keep the story line moving.  This is one worth checking out.

I give this one 4 red roses


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