|Kings Grove #3|
|June 26th 2018|
|Chance Palmer is the hottest bachelor in Kings Grove, and even his younger brother Sam sees him as a playboy and a charmer. It’s nice to be admired, but Chance is ready for something serious–something like the love he had once before. The love he refuses to talk about.
Michaela “Mike” Grayson fell in love once. And though that relationship gave her the son she’d never trade for anything, it came with a darker side she’s still trying to escape.
When Michaela’s job requires her to scout a tiny town called Kings Grove as a potential resort destination for her company, she’s not prepared for what awaits her there: a charming playboy with a knack for making her feel like everything in her world just might work out fine. And Chance is unprepared for the feelings he finds inside himself for Michaela, and for her son, Finn.
Can Mike overcome the darkness in her past enough to trust that Chance might be more than just a fantasy? Can Chance Palmer move past the pain of his first love and fall again?
This is Book 3 in the Kings Grove Series. Each book can be read as a standalone.
I am a reader that usually craves dark and edgy books, but – and this is important – they need to have a HEA. I am not doing to well with warm romances – fact-
Or maybe not ? well there are a few authors – and I call Delancey Stewart one of them – who can get away with presenting me something like “Love Redefined” because I really like it.
Feelings and Taste are a very personal issue – so I find it hard to explain what distinguishes her writing style from others. Maybe it is the fact that she can also write more edgy books – I really have no idea. I can only say that her writing feels warm and comfortable and the more a series like Kings Grove progresses it feels like you are coming home to characters that you have come to love and were intrigued to find out more about.
Book 3 here is no difference – her characters are deep and well written the story setting is great and the plot leaves no wishes open. I know her stories are very different from what I usually read but I would like to recommend her books to you if you – just like me – Sometimes need some peace and light in the middle of all the dark, edgy reads and Delancey Stewart is really a great choice for these moments