Book Review

A BROTHER'S HONOR
by Brenda Jackson

Genre: Contemporary Romance, Multicultural
Sensuality: HOT

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Jackson’s series starter proves once again that she rocks when it comes to crafting family drama with a healthy dose of humor and steamy, sweaty sex. Here’s another winner with a little mystery for good measure, and there’s also a secondary romance for the heroine’s father, which is very sweet. Bring on the Granger brothers!

Jace Granger returns to Virginia with his two brothers, to their grandfather’s deathbed. They make a promise to revive the family business and pledge to continue trying to free their father from prison. One thing the Granger brothers agree on is that their father is not guilty of murdering their mother. First, they have to stabilize the company and ferret out who has been sabotaging Granger Aeronautics. To this end, Jace bring in crisis management specialist Shana Bradford and she turns his world upside down in more ways than one. Shana’s “no fraternization” policy is sorely tested by the seriously sexy Mr. Granger, and fortunately, they don’t waste a lot of time denying their attraction. Doing their best not to flaunt their affair, Jace and Shana find out that love can be an option. (MIRA, Jun., 362 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Jacqui McGugins

Publisher: MIRA

Published: June 2013

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