The complete set of the McShannon brothers road to love!
Kenya Duncan was working her way up in the lawyer world by hard work and big cases...Show More » She worked hard and tried to do what others could not. And while doing this, she gained an admirer. One that she should not be interested in. But to get what she wanted in her career, the admirer would have to be taken into consideration. Shane McShannon was truly in the world that he wanted to change. He was trying to hold his family together. While he did this he ran across the woman of his dreams. He had to figure out how to get her but there were obstacles in the way. When Shane and Kenya come in contact with each other, they have to decide what is most important in their life. Right and wrong plays a huge part with this family.
Collin is the baby of the family and has been through a heartbreak that he never forgot. During his brother's wedding he sees his ex-girlfriend, Camilla. To say he is shocked to see her is an understatement. She tries to avoid him, but Collin is determined to find out what went wrong. Camilla had hid a lot of pain when it came to her relationship with Collin. When they come face to face, those issues are all brought to the surface and they had to work on healing.
Patrick was know as the serious one of the McShannon brothers. As the oldest of the 3, he had a lot on his plate. He wanted to stay a bachelor, but sometimes fate has other plans. Helping his mother was one of the things that Patrick had taken on. When arriving at the youth center that his mother ran, he makes a new friend. Not one you would expect, but one that would change his life. Kiara wasn't looking for love. She had already had to get out of a bad relationship and deal with the consequences. So now she put up walls to keep from getting too close to anyone. But when she meets Patrick she realizes that he does not plan to give up easily.
I enjoyed this series. The brothers are all on the road to love, and they are willing to fight the obstacles. The lives that the brothers live are not what people expected of them, but that is why they are able to fight so hard for what they want.
I really enjoyed Shane and Kenya, Shane is very tender and sweet, he is very giving. The passionate scenes I thought both hot and tender. The o..Show More »ne complaint I have is with the audio recording, there were a couple of repeated spoken words, this is poor editing and should have been picked up by the producers. These distracted the listening and were annoying.
I loved how this wrapped up the 3 previous books in the series, though I'm sad to see it end. Maybe we will see the FBI agent again. He needs a good..Show More » woman. I also totally approve of the narrator change. Sarah Grant performs the book well and uses the right inflection. This was a professional production without repeated sentences, swallowing and mouth noises. It was nice to be able to enjoy the story without a lot of distractions.