Beverly Winslow's life is exactly how she wants it . . . until the grandfather she never met dies and leaves her a three-hundred million dollar fortune. As far as she's concerned, the Winslows can take their money and shove it.
Attorney Finn Callahan considers his new client to be the most stubborn, infuriating woman he's ever met. Before he can answer the questions surrounding her, someone tries to kill her.
While Bev struggles to carve a place as CEO at her grandfather's conglomerate, she copes with charity balls, a testy board of directors, and snarky relatives. As romance heats—the target on her back grows.
Finn and Bev must figure out who wants them dead. . . before it's too late.
Our Review: Author Jill Allyson Keene has many gifts. The first is the ability to create diverse, interesting characters, ones that readers will recognize as people in their own lives. We've all known of a jealous, conniving in-law, and crusty, damn-the-torpedoes-full-speed-ahead Uncle Moe. With biting, laugh a minute humor, combined with the mine fields of tricky family relations, Jill Keene has created heart warming, fun story. Well done.
On a scale of 1 to 5, Spring Tides deserves a 6
Kat Henry Doran, Wild Women Reviews