Brava! What a delicious read. Moore's heartfelt tale will resound with fans of Diana Palmer and Judith McNaught.
The characters are vivid, the settings stunning and the emotional conflict between Margot and Travis will stay with the reader long after the last page. This reviewer cannot wait for the next installation in the Rosewood Trilogy.
When the wealthy Radcliffes die in a plane accident, they leave behind three daughters and Rosewood, a world-renowned breeding stable. Their two adult daughters, Jordan, with her perfect political family, and estranged Margot, a world-famous fashion model, gather up their teenage sister, Jade, and retreat to the estate, only to learn that their parents have left them riddled with debt! Will Margot and Jade be able to restore the farm to what it once was? And what is Margot to do about Travis, the only man in the county who can bring Rosewood up to snuff -- and the one man she never really got over? (BALLANTINE, Jan., 391 pp., $7.99)