Monday, January 5, 2015

Review of Rogue's Son by Darcy Flynn

I received this book as an ARC for an honest review. I knew very little about this book when I decided to ask to review it. I thought the synopsis sounded interesting but past that nothing. What I found in this book was absolutely amazing. This book does not contain any sex it is also a stand alone.

In this book we meet Kit and Sam. Kit and Sam were friends when they were younger but something has happened one night when Kit was 18. Kit also has a huge grudge against Sam's father and to some degree Sam. Kit believes that Sam's father swindled her father out of his land to make a profit with oil he found on it.

Sam knows his father has done some very bad things and this is why he left home in a hurry 6 years ago. Sam also knows that he can right the wrong from his father, he just needs one stubborn woman to stop and listen to him. Sam has come back to town to help the people of this town and possibly save it from economic downturn like so many other small towns.

This is a great story about forgiveness, trust, and love. Each of these characters have some issues that they must learn about and start learning to overcome before they can be whole. This is a story that will keep you hooked from the first word to the very end it will have you rooting one moment, sighing in frustration for these people the next. I would recommend it to anyone.

1 comment:

  1. Jenny, Thank you for your wonderful review! So glad you enjoyed Rogue's Son!