Image of The Black Sheep and the Princess (Unholy Trinity, Book 1)

THE BLACK SHEEP AND THE PRINCESS

Image of The Black Sheep and the Princess (Unholy Trinity, Book 1)
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Kauffman brings her characters together often and passionately (some love scenes take place in the shower), and there's a lot of good-natured, heated banter. Even though this book resembles many others in the genre, it's a fast and pleasant story with a humorous ending.

When Kate Sutherland wants to swap her inheritance for a dilapidated camp, she makes headlines, including catching the attention of a heartthrob from her past, Donovan "Mac" MacLeod. Kate encounters some resistance in getting her camp renovated, and ex-cop Mac just happens to be good at helping people in need. Kate and Mac spend as much time investigating each other as they do what's going on with the camp and soon find themselves in over their heads in both situations. (BRAVA, Aug., 352 pp., $14.00)
Reviewed by: 
Jennifer Madsen