The Downing Sisters (Spring Blossom and Family Reunion)
Spring Blossom: Maggie is the eldest of four sisters. At 15 she is sure that she has met the man she wants to be with forever but he tells her she is too young but he will return in a few years to see if they might suit. But when Hunter returns 3 yrs later, the girl who was full of life, with a pleasant and appealing nature was no longer. In her place was an ice princess and war-monger who never wanted to leave her home. Her father explained that there was an "accident" and she had a physical scar but the emotional scars seem to be a lot worse. Can Hunter bring the girl he cares so much for? He sure is going to try.
Family Reunion: Jennifer is Maggie's youngest sister and has a bit of a wild-side. When a friend from their childhood returns to his home after an accident in the city, she and Maggie pay him a visit. Only to be turned away. Chad has no intentions of reuniting with old friends. Jennifer is determined to get through to him that just because he is in a wheelchair, due to the accident, he is still the same man. But Chad doesn't feel like a man at all and tries to ignore the attraction between them. When Chad is made the temporary guardian of a boy from the city, he enlists Jennifer's help in keeping him in line. Jennifer is sure that if she could just teach both these males that they do indeed deserve love, then they could be a happy family.
These books were a great, easy read. There was drama and mystery that link the books together without losing their individually stories. The author kept me interested in all the aspects of the story and built a great connection between the reader and characters. The books had me feel many different emotions throughout, but the overall feeling shows that love can help heal the heart and hidden hurts that happen so often in life.
5 of 5 stars