Final book in the Thorne Brothers triology. Excellent story, which begins in Charleston in 1845.
Grey Janeway had no past, at least one he could remember. But in the new West, a man's past didn't matter. What he made of himself did.
Amnesia vs. psychic and love wins! Great read!
Jo Goodman creates emotionally powerful stories and does it again with the conclusion of her trilogy of three brothers, separated durng childhood, who will discover their destiny by finding each other...and the women they were meant to love.
Last book in Goodman's Thorne Brothers series. Great series!
HERE WE HAVE A LASS WITH THE SECOND SIGHT, AND A MAN TRYING TO HIDE HIS PAST. THE COMBINATION IS GREAT.
The last of the series was the best. I loved Grey/Graham/Greydon and Berkeley. There was some 'secret-keeping' when the truth would have been better served. That happens in a lot of stories and it really irritates me. I did find myself skipping through some paragraphs to get to the happily ever after. Recommend!
Series Note: setting is during the Pre-American Civil War period. Some of the scenes take place in England and some in America.
Jo Goodman finally hit her stride with this last of the three stories about the Thorne brothers. Berkeley Shaw is likable even if she paranormal skills; Grey Janeway was engaging, even though he suffered from amnesia (two of my least-favorite devices in novels). It took a long time to develop the characters and I was about to give up on the book when the story started to move.
1) My Steadfast Heart
2) My Reckless Heart
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