Saturday, March 31, 2012
In Too Deep
Ethan Kincaid proposes marriage with the same casual detachment he gives every decision. He never expected his bride to affect him—or anger him!—so much.
Audra Gilliland accepts Ethan’s proposal so she can stop being a burden to her newly married stepdaughter. She absolutely does not need a man to care for her.
It was supposed to be a marriage of convenience. But now, heaven help them, are they in too deep . . . or are they deeply in love?
Book 2 in Mary Connealy's The Kincaid Brides series focuses on second brother Ethan and his relationship with Audra as they begin life as man and wife.
This is a wonderful continuation of the first book in the series. The events flow seamlessly from one book to another and changing the focus from one brother to the other, Rafe in the first book to Ethan in the second book, is done smoothly.
We are treated to plenty of time with all the folks we met in the first book and the story continues as the boys and their wives settle in to their new homes and try to find the money that Audra's first husband Wendell hid somewhere - and they aren't alone. Jasper's men have followed them and are not about to go away without that money.
I received my copy from Bethany House in exchange for my honest review.