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Thursday, January 14, 2016

4/5 Review: Renegade by Lisa Bingham

Renegade is the second book in the Taggart Brothers series.  I haven’t read the first in the series, but I didn’t have any trouble keeping up with what was happening so this novel can be easily read as a stand-alone.  It was easy flowing and a nice afternoon read.

The couple in the story is Jace Taggart who has been sacrificing his own future ever since tragedy struck, he felt he had to take over the family business and look after his brothers.  Of course this is when the beautiful Bronte Cupacek arrives to town.  She has arrived in town after ending a painful marriage and the last thing on her mind is another man.

Secrets always have a way at coming out, which is exactly what happens to Jace and Bronte.  They both are the heads of their family unit and feel as if the weight of the world is on them.  They struggle with looking after their family, finding a way to forgive and open their heart to trust again.

It is a beautiful story about compassion while still having the storyline build enough that its both entertaining, endearing and has enough fireworks to keep the story moving.

I would recommend reading the first book before this which is exactly what I'm about to do.  Do yourself a favour and grab your copy today!

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