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New York Times and USA Today best-selling author Melody Anne begins a sizzling and heartfelt series about Joseph Anderson’s long-lost nephews.

Hudson Anderson has watched his brothers fall victim to the marriage flu. He wants nothing to do with it. That is until he meets fiery Daisy Green, who shows up on the property he’s just purchased, calling him a thief and insisting the property isn’t his. He should brush her off and move on with his life. But instead, he finds himself intrigued, and he wants to get to know her. 

The veterans' center Hudson worked on with his brothers for the past couple of years is finished. And now he’s moving on with the next step of his life - building his dream complex, a huge golf course community. When his uncle Joseph connects him with Bubby Green, he should know it doesn’t come without strings, but the deal is too good to pass up. 

Daisy Green is a warrior when it comes to causes. She wants to save her town, save her people, and save those things others want to tear down. She’s never imagined she might just want to be saved herself. She’s furious when her grandfather sells her family land to a spoiled, rich man who wants to build something only the elite can enjoy. 

Both Hudson and Daisy think they can change the mind of the other. But maybe, instead of changing one another’s minds, they might be able to meet in the middle and start building something beautiful together. 

This is the fourth book in the Anderson Billionaires series. Come and enjoy the family dynamic of the Andersons with characters you’ll fall in love with, and a romance we all strive to achieve.

©2020 Melody Anne (P)2021 Melody Anne

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Not a romance

This isn’t the romance novel I know Melody can write. I downloaded this without reading any reviews because I have read all of Melody’s books. I have to say I stopped half way through and went back to read the reviews to see if I was crazy or hearing the same things. Her early Anderson series is very passionate, a little misogynistic, but really good romance and true love winning. Some people say it is low key political and has political undertones, no, the book is just one big political statement. Of course please write what you feel in your heart, but it is so of your usual mark as an author. I spent money on this download and had planned on getting the next one in this series because I have read/listened to all of your books, but I’m not going to spend my ones yet. I’m going to wait for more reviews. I am a mom who works part time retail, I use that money to supplement our house income so we have a little extra to use for fun things like audio books, and I wish I hadn’t wasted my money on this book.

If I was trying a new author or series I might not be so upset, but I picked this book because of your past writing and it was just bad. I don’t want to even break down the actual story line and the falsities of Hudson’s narrative. Let me be Daisy on these “dates” and talk true opposing points of view. Also Daisy’s whole thing about having kids and discipline!? Such horrible “parent” shaming from a no parent.