"I don't understand why people don't talk things out." (Reagan O'Riley, MD)
Too bad she did not take her own medicine.
Book two (parts 1 & 2) of The McKinnon Legends is aptly named Unfinished Business and finds Connor Holden, earl of Featherstone, squarely in a place he never felt he would be - in love with a woman he does not know how to win. Losing is something Connor has never experienced, and he does not plan on his quest for Reagan's heart to be his one failing.
Book two (parts 1 & 2) of this eight-part series focuses on the characters who are rough around the edges: Connor Holden and the fiery Irish physician, Reagan O'Riley. Both characters introduced in book one, The Beginning, have come back together in a dynamic love story full of misunderstanding, deception, and ultimately forgiveness. The growth they experience through the journey comes at a great cost, as is usually the case when lessons are learned the hard way.
Nic and Morgan McKinnon, duke and duchess of Seabridge, are prominent players in Unfinished Business, as it would not be complete without their rock-solid presence. Several more characters are introduced, further layering the story more deeply and fully and propelling it forward through time.
Join them on their quest to become The McKinnon Legends.
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This is the first audio book I have listened to
I would definitely recommend this to a friend. Very well written and caught my attention
- Kaye Williams
Had to see how it ended....
Overall I liked the story. It was filled with interesting characters and plots. However, the author builds most of the story around the same kind of misunderstanding that occurred in the first book of this series. But this time the misunderstanding lasts for years, causes death and chaos. It seems unlikely such a misunderstanding would take so long to resolve. I grew weary of waiting for all to be discovered and explained.
But the story was good enough that I dealt with the irritation to see how everything worked out.
- Linda Watkins