Where Dallas collides with Dynasty. You might relate if you grew up in the 70’s. A family saga in the hands of Jonah McKee. A rancher and land developer in the Northwest of Oregon. Everyone knew who he was and that he would always get his way especially when it came to his 3 children. Somebody like Jonah McKee has more enemies than friends and when he ends up in the bottom of the canyon, his wife knows that was no accident but murder.
The narration is done in 3 parts. How life was like being a child of Jonah McKee and how he manipulated each of his children. Don’t let the title fool you, it is more romance than thriller. I liked it. It was old school. Starting with Max the eldest of Jonah’s children coming to terms with his father’s death and the arrival of old flame Skye.
Jenner the rebel of the Jonah’s children who suddenly finds himself a father. Casey the youngest who is abducted and finds love in the one who rescues her.
All 3 relationships have the romantic tension as they discover love that they never knew existed. The character development made it easy to read and indulge.
A Special Thank You to Kensington Books, Zebra, and Netgalley for the ARC and the opportunity to post an honest review.