Saturday, January 16, 2016

Reclaiming His Past by Karen Kirst (Smoky Mountain Matches)


The wounded stranger found on Jessica O'Malley's property has no idea who he is. And Jessica would be foolish to trust him after being proven so wrong about a former suitor who turned out to be a criminal. But Jessica's wariness toward the newcomer is soon turning to interest…and hope. 

Until he knows his true identity, "Grant" can't make a life in this quaint Tennessee town. He certainly shouldn't be thinking so much about the feisty redhead with beautiful, guarded eyes. But even as he fights to keep a distance from Jessica, his feelings for her grow. And he can't help but wonder if he'll want to return to his old life when his past is revealed. 

Smoky Mountain Matches: Dreams of home and family come true in the Smoky Mountains
  • Series: Smoky Mountain Matches
  • Mass Market Paperback: 288 pages
  • Publisher: Love Inspired (February 9, 2016)

My review Reclaiming His Past by Karen Kirst (Smoky Mountain Matches)

4 stars

Good clean romance.  Lots of drama, mystery in this Love Inspired Historical.  This is the last book about the O'Malleys.

The plot is a wounded stranger is found on Jessica O'Malley.  Jessica is not too trusting of his not remembering anything.  Her mother makes him welcome.  Grant does not even know his name and the name is one he chose.

Grant has to figure out what he believes.  If he is married, good or a bad guy.  He hates being dependent on the O'Malleys.

Jessica is the last single O'Malley.   She helps her mother run the farm and is a wonderful baker.  She feels guilty about her last boyfriend.  

There are a lot of characters from other books that show up in Reclaiming his Past.  I have only read a couple of books in the series but it is always nice to see what their lives are like now.  I would like to read the whole series in order.

I never knew that chestnuts were that much work to harvest and roast.

I was given this ebook to read for free by Harlequin and NetGalley.  In return I agreed to give a honest review of Reclaiming His Past.

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