Cassidy Leblanc's life took a turn for the worst ten years ago. Well, her life had been rough for the time up to then too. Her family is torn about by abuse and death and prison. Foster homes. Not being accepted. The one bright spot had been the Sullivans while it lasted.
James Sullivan had always believed his girlfriend, Cassidy, innocent in the events that happened. He was alone in that. His parents went to their graves, believing she was guilty. And now, his best friend's daughter is missing, and Cassy is back in town.
As always, Robin Patchen writes a story that pulls the reader in. For me, the emotions are brought out, and the pages turn quickly to see what will happen next. She even writes her villains so that you almost feel sorry for them...almost. An incredible author.
PI Fitz McCaffrey is the guardian of his sixteen-year-old sister. When a vacation in Belize goes sideways, he has to make a choice. At first, it was easy…his sister or the woman Fitz met and came to care about. But, as he has to find out if that woman is a criminal to save his sister—the choice isn’t so easy, after all. Not to mention he needs the help of the man he’s hated for two years.
Tabitha “Tabby” Eaton had enjoyed a two-week vacation in Belize. She’d met a wonderful man, but her home was in Coventry, New Hampshire. His home is in Providence, Rhode Island. She can’t leave her family.
Page-turning romance suspense. Fitz knows in his heart Tabby is innocent, but he has to follow through if he wants to save his sister, Shelby. Great storyline and characters as always.
The Legacy Series
Book 1: Convenient Lies
Originally published in Matched Online
Max has loved Sadie since grade school, but their mutual friend died when they were teens, and Sadie pushed him away. A decade has passed, and he’s finally found her. This time, he won’t lose her—not to a flooded house hundreds of miles from home, or to her false hope as she awaits her father’s unlikely return.
When Sadie discovers her house is underinsured, she faces an impossible decision. Can she trust God enough to let go of her only connection to her dad? Can she trust Max enough to let go of her heart?