Fallen Hero (Andy, Jed, and Diana): A cowboy who walked away from his family's fortune. A woman who returned for justice. What they didn't expect was to find love.
The Search, A Bridge Short Story (Andy, Jed, and Diana): In The Search, after Jed goes missing, Diana is desperate and calls the one man she knows she shouldn't, Jed's cousin Andy. But when a very pregnant Diana follows Andy on the search for her husband early labor sets in, and Andy may have taken on more than he can handle.
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I'm loving this series!
I'm moving right along, nearly binge listening to this series and loving it.
Like the first book, The Forgotten Child, I really enjoyed this story but did keep in mind that it was written several years ago and I lot of things have changed in the world of romance writing. Women are now stronger and men aren't always such macho jerks, in spite of some of that it was a wonderful, romantic story.
Since I've subscribed to the Audible Romance Package I'm now trying to catch up with this series and listen to the early stories in order. It's been fun finding out how the couples got together, who are the parents of the main characters in later books in the saga.
Diana wants revenge for all of the wrongs done to her by Todd Friessen and his son Andy. She's come back to North Lakewood as a licensed attorney ready to dig up whatever dirt she can find to hold against them.
Jed Friessen wasn't expecting this beautiful woman to be the new tenant for his rustic cottage and he certainly didn't expect to end up falling for her.
Sometimes the men in this story are a bit over-the-top alpha but I like to read stories like this every now and then. They take me away from everyday stuff and just let me escape into a fantasy; even if it's not necessarily one I'd want to live out.
There's a bonus short story at the end of Fallen Hero where Jed and Diana make peace with Andy and I really enjoyed it.
I'm pretty picky about narrators and some of the ones for other books in this series weren't always great in my opinion. I thought Melissa Moran did a good job and got the inflections for the words right nearly all of the time. She did a good job of distinguishing between characters and didn't make her voice go up and down when it shouldn't like a lot of narrators do. I would definitely listen to more books that she narrates.