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  • Contemporary NZ Romance

    Lies the Bind by Shirley Wine Romance is the last thing Luke and Brooke have on their minds as they undertake bringing Rose and Otto back to physical health after the automobile accident they were in…the accident that saw them also lose both parents. Luke promised his sister Jenn he would raise her son and daughter and that is just what he plans to do. Hiring Brooke as their physiotherapist then moving her and her father into his home were the first steps he took but he took more as the story progressed. There is instant attraction between Luke and Brooke but both are leery of a relationship having been burned in the past. With a mystery unfolding, the potential of relatives trying to get guardianship of Rose and Otto, a huge operation to run, a cook and housekeeper to hire, the possibility that the death of Jenn and her husband not an accident but actually murder…the plot thickens. This was a well plotted story that I felt invested in. I was hoping for the HEA everyone managed to find and look forward to reading more books by this author in the future. I could not tell if this book is part of a series or not – it stands along easily and was an enjoyable read even if there are previous books or ones to follow. Thank you to NetGalley and Escape Publishing for the ARC – This is my honest review. 4 Stars

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    Great story well written. Kept me entertained for as long as it took me to read it. Then for hours of deep thinking afterwards.

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