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Fortune’s Fresh Start by Michelle Major

Title: Fortune’s Fresh Start

Series: The Fortunes of Texas: Rambling Rose #1

Author: Michelle Major

Publisher: Mills and Boon, Harlequin Special Edition

Published: December  12/17th, 2019

Pages: 224

Rating:

 

There’s a new breed of Fortune in town…

In the small Texas burg of Rambling Rose, real estate investor Callum Fortune is making a big splash. The last thing he needs is any personal complications slowing his pace—least of all nurse Becky Averill, a beautiful widow with twin baby girls. Callum’s past has convinced him he’s not cut out for commitment. Yet, drawn to Becky in ways he can’t understand, Callum is torn between moving on…and moving in!

My Review:

With adorably twins, their widowed Mum and the Fortune family, this story is packed with great characters, lots of love and a heartwarming romance.

Callum Fortune and his two brothers are helping rejuvenate the small town of Rambling Rose in Texas. One of their projects is a paediatric hospital and it is at the opening of this that Callum first spots Becky Averill and her twin daughters. There’s instant attraction between them but he’s certain he’s not a man for commitment after his first marriage didn’t last a year and she’s extremely independent and not certain she’s ready to trust anyone. Can getting to know each other help them both to heal the wounds from the past and give them a chance at finding their HEA together? You’ll have to read it to find out!

This is the story of the family, working together, interacting, supporting each other and cajoling when necessary. There are plenty of twists in the story, including a surprise baby, a break up and pink cabinets! It is a lovely story to escape into and a great start to a new series. I’ll definitely be looking out for more stories in this series in future and discover more of the Fortunes finding romance!

I requested and was gifted a copy of this book via NetGalley and this is my honest review after choosing to read it.

Buy Links:      Amazon.co.uk          Amazon.com           Barnes and Noble

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