The final two stories of the Calhoun saga prove just as addictive as the first three, I'm happy to report! The Calhoun sisters and their very desirable men are back, continuing to investigate the legend of the missing Calhoun emeralds, a story arc that was begun in the first tale of the saga.
This time its single mum Suzanna's turn to bag herself a man- in the form of the very desirable ex-cop Holt Bradford, who proves to have a connection of his own to the Calhoun family. The professional jewel thief is also back, harbouring designs on getting his own grubby mitts on that necklace and is determined nothing will stand in his way...
The final story focuses on Sloan's sister: the Calhoun's sister-in-law Megan, a new resident to The Towers, who is charmed completely by former Marine Nate.
A really good ending to a great set of reads- but in my opinion ones that *must* be read in order to really establish the storyline and get a feel for the characters and their relationships. I adored eccentric Aunt Coco and all the Calhoun women, but in my opinion the strongest characters were actually the successfully written male leads throughout. Sigh. Why can't men be like that in real life?! Do yourself a favour: if you're wanting a very readable romance to curl up with, start with the first set of Calhoun stories then move onto these. You won't be disappointed.