New York Times and USA Today best-selling author S.E. Smith brings another adventure filled with action, suspense, and a love worth fighting for.
Sometimes life begins after you die. At least it has for Lily O'Donnell. Lily O'Donnell had always wanted to find a love as beautiful as her parents had. When her father suspiciously dies in an accident and her mother is brutally raped and murdered, Lily has to fight for her life. When she is trapped by the man who murdered both her parents and threatens to do to her what he did to her mother, Lily feels she has only one choice to avoid a fate worse than death.
Reborn to help others, Lily reappears time after time to help families in need, only to die again once the families no longer need her. Things change when Maggie Cunnings finally has enough of her three nephews' attitudes. Wanting to go home to sunny Florida and leave the frigid winters of Wyoming behind, Maggie prays for a little help in teaching the Cunnings brothers how to live and love again. The Cunnings men aren't the easiest to get along with; they've gone through six housekeepers in as many months. When Maggie hires Lily to be their new housekeeper, sparks fly as the brothers and Lily learn that living and loving sometimes comes with no guarantees.
When a madman targets Lily, believing she has the knowledge to make him an immortal, the men have to come together as a family to help save the woman they love. Will they be able to save her and make her theirs, or will she once again be taken away?
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Wow! Three Brothers - Three Lovers?
Yes, it was different. Not sure I would listen to it again. A four-some is not my cup of tea. Although the story line was a great concept.
Oh I always will read her books. It just happened that I really don't care for 1 woman and 3 men relationships.
I think at the end when she came back and met the first brother at the barn.
No, it really didn't. The storyline was great - just not my cup of tea.
- Sharon Demond "Over 60 years old. Still working in the same company for 42 years. Love listening to books."
Three could be fun
- Marguerite Morgan-Cargo