The Granger brothers left behind their family's Virginia estate - and the bad memories it holds - years ago. But their dying grandfather's request brings them home: to a failing business, a legacy of secrets, and a deathbed promise to make things right.
As the eldest brother, attorney Jace Granger is determined to take responsibility for Granger Aeronautics, his family's failing business. But the years of mismanagement seem impossible to untangle. As CEO, he hires a consultant to turn the company around. Smart, sexy Shana Bradford is the right person for the job - and the right woman to turn Jace's world upside down.
But the passion between them is jeopardized when old secrets begin to emerge. A woman from Jace's past suddenly reappears. And an explosive discovery changes everything Jace thinks he knows about his mother - and his father, who was convicted of her murder.
Jace Granger tried to leave his family history behind once before. But this time he needs to face the past - or risk losing his future.
©2013 Brenda Streater Jackson (P)2017 Harlequin Enterprises, Limited
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4 out of 5 stars
By Vanessia Norris on 13-09-17

Lovin the Granger Brothers

Enjoyed the story! However it was hard to get past the narrator's voice and some of the annunciation of his words. Because if you are African-American(even the most educated) you know that the majority of African-American people don't sound like that especially the men! And the way the three brothers were described didn't match their voices.

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5 out of 5 stars
By theresa curry on 13-06-17

this is a very good book. The author was excellent

, he make you feel as if you are right there. I'm ready 2start the next book.

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